Since Spring Valley has taken the title of D.C.'s richest neighborhood, it's no surprise that all thirteen properties on the market in that small area are over $1 million. So, if you can afford and in fact greatly desire a seven figure house in upper Northwest, these are the ten priciest properties in that expensive nabe. Everyone else, enjoy the map below and happy ogling.Read More
The Ten Most Expensive Properties In D.C.'s Richest Nabe
Asking price: $3,250,000
Size: 6-bed, 7-bath home, 5,210 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $624
The skinny: This home has multiple fireplaces, a two car garage and in fact, we've previously touched on the heated swimming pool. Also, this is the reduced price of the home!
Asking price: $2,995,000
Size: 7-bed, 7-bath home, 8,697 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $344
The skinny: This enormous brick home has also recently dropped its asking price. If that doorway doesn't make you feel like you're heading into someplace vaguely presidential, the enormous sunfilled rooms and presence of chandeliers should do the trick.
Asking price: $2,900,000
Size: 6-bed, 4-bath home, 3,216 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $902
The skinny: This neighboring house apparently has a flagstone terrace, outdoor pool and lots of cool spaces for entertaining. However, this is the only listing photo, so ogling is reserved for this surprisingly modern facade.
Asking price: $2,295,000
Size: 6-bed, 5.5-bath home, 3,998 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $574
The skinny: This enormous home with the gorgeous stone facade also has no other listing photos. So, take their word for it that the finished basement, two car garage and open floor plan are as sexy as they sound in the posting language. This is yet another home with a backyard patio and pool.
Asking price: $2,195,000
Size: 4-bed, 5-bath home, 5,300 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $414
The skinny: The finished wood all over the living areas really stands out as the stunner of this enormous home. Also, for bookworms (or perhaps vinyl collectors), there's tons of shelf space. This home also has a two car garage.
Asking price: $2,095,000
Size: 6-bed, 3.5-bath home, 3,383 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $619
The skinny: Even the bedroom that has a lofted bed (that likely belongs to a teen or young twenty-something) is classed up with leather furniture and artwork. Also of note, there are multiple fireplaces and a solarium in the back.
Asking price: $1,995,000
Size: 6-bed, 5.5-bath home, 4,691 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $425
The skinny: This place is super spacious with some stylish exposed beams in the kitchen. Also, this landscaped backyard includes a pond.
Asking price: $1,950,000
Size: 4-bed, 5.5-bath home, 3,495 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $558
The skinny: While the large attached solarium on the side is the most noticeable feature of the exterior, it's the bedroom fireplaces and backyard patio that will drop the most jaws. The spacious living room isn't too bad either.
Detached Raised Rambler
Asking price: $1,750,000
Size: 5-bed, 4-bath home, 5,000 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $350
The skinny: The current owner is certainly a fan of placing rugs on the wooden floors, but every owner will likely be won over by that hot tub. This one also has a two car garage.
Asking price: $1,595,000
Size: 6-bed, 6-bath home, 3,213 square feet
Dollars Per Square Foot: $496
The skinny: There's a quaint charm to this colonial home, but there's also a really nice deck and landscaped backyard. There are also two fireplaces.