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The 10 Most Expensive Homes to Recently Come On the Market

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These homes came on the market within the last 15 days, and already they've caught our attention. As the most expensive listings in Washington, D.C., these are the kinds of homes where elevators, in-law suites, and pools are so typical, it's hard to even mention them without sounding like a broken record player. Some of the most unique features found in our list include a heated driveway, whole-house audio, and a home that looks like it could be the set for Downton Abbey.

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2852 McGill Terrace

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Asking price: $5,850,000
Size: 7,570 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $773
The skinny: As the most luxurious and most expensive house on this list, we couldn't help but say, "Eat your heart out, Downton Abbey," in a previous post. Some highglights the crown moldings, arch doorways, and five fireplaces.

1609 31ST Street

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Asking price: $4,500,000
Size: 4,104 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,096
The skinny: Focus a little more how good a house sounds than looks? This home comes with whole-house audio.

2501 49TH Street

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Asking price: $3,950,000
Size: 3,856 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,024
The skinny: Get prepared for winter with a heated driveway to melt the snow when you drive out of your two-car garage. This home comes with crown moldings, a projection TV, and a private office.

4609 Charleston Terrace

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Asking price: $3,599,999
Size: 3,528 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,020
The skinny: This kitchen is not bad, and by "not bad," we mean this kitchen is pretty sweet. It looks it could be a set for some cooking show on Food Network. Other highlights include a roof-top terrace and a lower level au pair suite.

2913 University Terrace

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Asking price: $3,295,000
Size: 5,184 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $636
The skinny: If you like a little bit of privacy, take a breather on this rear deck overlooking over a half acre of secluded grounds. Each room is spacious with nine-foot-high ceilings, recessed lighting, and crown moldings. Other highlights include a lower level clubroom and a large staff quarters.

3540 Van Ness Street

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Asking price: $2,903,540
Size: 6,774 Sp. Ft.
Price per square foot: $429
The skinny: This colonial home comes with a full housekeeper's suite, sauna, multiple balconies, and a patio with a water element. There are some empty rooms, so expect to need an interior designer or some furniture. There are a total of six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.

1136 25th Street

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Asking price: $2,690,000
Size: 4,100 Sp. Ft.
Price per square foot: $656
The skinny: The best feature of this home designed by Darryl Carter has to be the rooftop deck with a fireplace and a hot tub. There are five levels to this three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home, so you may actually want to use the elevator.

4675 Kenmore Drive

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Asking price: $2,600,000
Size: 3,448 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $754
The skinny: This five-bedrooms, four-and-a-half-bathroom home has some fun additions include a sauna, a foosball table, a pool table, and, of course, a pool. Check out a previous Curbed post on the home here.

3528 Reservoir Road

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Asking price: $2,495,000
Size: 3,468 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $719
The skinny: This is the only listing that comes with a wine cellar, so if you love your wine and have no room to store all of them, welcome to your next home. You'll even be able to gaze at them from afar with the windows on the door and wall of the cellar. This five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home also comes with an exercise room, a large private patio, and a parking spot for three cars.

1852 Biltmore Street

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Asking price: $2,399,999
Size: 6,000 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $400
The skinny: Since February 2013, this home has been on and off the market with the price changing every few months. It's now back on the market, and for whatever reason, there's only one photo, so we'll have to rely on what the listing says as opposed to what it shows. Some highlights include nine-foot-high ceilings, two kitchens, and three parking spots. Also included is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom in-law suit.

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2852 McGill Terrace

Asking price: $5,850,000
Size: 7,570 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $773
The skinny: As the most luxurious and most expensive house on this list, we couldn't help but say, "Eat your heart out, Downton Abbey," in a previous post. Some highglights the crown moldings, arch doorways, and five fireplaces.

1609 31ST Street

Asking price: $4,500,000
Size: 4,104 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,096
The skinny: Focus a little more how good a house sounds than looks? This home comes with whole-house audio.

2501 49TH Street

Asking price: $3,950,000
Size: 3,856 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,024
The skinny: Get prepared for winter with a heated driveway to melt the snow when you drive out of your two-car garage. This home comes with crown moldings, a projection TV, and a private office.

4609 Charleston Terrace

Asking price: $3,599,999
Size: 3,528 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $1,020
The skinny: This kitchen is not bad, and by "not bad," we mean this kitchen is pretty sweet. It looks it could be a set for some cooking show on Food Network. Other highlights include a roof-top terrace and a lower level au pair suite.

2913 University Terrace

Asking price: $3,295,000
Size: 5,184 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $636
The skinny: If you like a little bit of privacy, take a breather on this rear deck overlooking over a half acre of secluded grounds. Each room is spacious with nine-foot-high ceilings, recessed lighting, and crown moldings. Other highlights include a lower level clubroom and a large staff quarters.

3540 Van Ness Street

Asking price: $2,903,540
Size: 6,774 Sp. Ft.
Price per square foot: $429
The skinny: This colonial home comes with a full housekeeper's suite, sauna, multiple balconies, and a patio with a water element. There are some empty rooms, so expect to need an interior designer or some furniture. There are a total of six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.

1136 25th Street

Asking price: $2,690,000
Size: 4,100 Sp. Ft.
Price per square foot: $656
The skinny: The best feature of this home designed by Darryl Carter has to be the rooftop deck with a fireplace and a hot tub. There are five levels to this three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home, so you may actually want to use the elevator.

4675 Kenmore Drive

Asking price: $2,600,000
Size: 3,448 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $754
The skinny: This five-bedrooms, four-and-a-half-bathroom home has some fun additions include a sauna, a foosball table, a pool table, and, of course, a pool. Check out a previous Curbed post on the home here.

3528 Reservoir Road

Asking price: $2,495,000
Size: 3,468 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $719
The skinny: This is the only listing that comes with a wine cellar, so if you love your wine and have no room to store all of them, welcome to your next home. You'll even be able to gaze at them from afar with the windows on the door and wall of the cellar. This five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home also comes with an exercise room, a large private patio, and a parking spot for three cars.

1852 Biltmore Street

Asking price: $2,399,999
Size: 6,000 Sq. Ft.
Price per square foot: $400
The skinny: Since February 2013, this home has been on and off the market with the price changing every few months. It's now back on the market, and for whatever reason, there's only one photo, so we'll have to rely on what the listing says as opposed to what it shows. Some highlights include nine-foot-high ceilings, two kitchens, and three parking spots. Also included is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom in-law suit.