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The Ten Priciest Homes For Sale In The DMV Right Now

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It's tax day which means that today, several people across the greater metro area get to rejoice at their Federal return (or alternately, they get to weep silently in the corner with a six pack of Corruption Ale). Perhaps it's no accident then, that as folks get back some dough that MRIS released this tantalizing list of the ten most expensive properties on sale in the greater D.C. area. Several of these homes may look familiar since we can't resist posting about real estate eye candy and all of them have been mapped out after the jump. Take a look at where these seven and eight figure listings can be found.

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1. 2320 S Street NW, Washington, DC

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2320 S Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20008

The former home of the Textile Museum is still on the market for a cool $22 million.
Square Feet: 26,900
Bed/Bath: 10BR/8 full, 6 half BA

2. 36987 Mountville Road, Middleburg, VA

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36987 Mountville Road
Middleburg, VA 20117

In the middle of the scintillating description of this $15.55 million home, there's a mention that this property has a riding ring. Ya know, for horses. This is also the oldest listing on the map, having hit the market almost two years ago.
Square Feet: Not listedBed/Bath: 6 BR/6 full, 2 half BA

3. 2950 University Terrace NW Washington, DC

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2950 University Terrace Northwest
Washington, DC 20016

And you thought this University Terrace home was pricey. To be fair this home asking $14,995,000 contains its own secret garden complete with covered paths.
Square Feet: 10,000
Bed/Bath: 5 BR/5 full, 2 half BA

4. 4609 Damascus Road, Gaithersburg, MD

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4609 Damascus Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20882

Sure, this Gaithersburg home doesn't cost as much as the Middleburg one with the riding ring, but this one has a barn. There are stables and everything. Also, for those who prefer other pursuits, there's a greenhouse, a tennis court, a pool and a home theater with a stage. Ask is an even $13 million.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 8 BR/4 full, 2 half BA

5. 606 Boyle Lane McLean, VA

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606 Boyle Lane
McLean, VA 22102

You know that a property is monstrous when it has its own name. This 5 acre expanse in McLean is appropriately called Riverview Manor and its asking price is $12,980,000.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 6 BR/8 full, 2 half BA

6. 1005 Founders Ridge Lane, McLean, VA

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1005 Founders Ridge Lane
McLean, VA 22102

Here's another McLean manse with its own title: The Estate At The Reserve. To be fair, the neighborhood where this $12.9 million home stands is called The Reserve. But this is that neighborhood's Estate. So there. Square Feet: 20,000
Bed/Bath: 6 BR/9 full, 3 half BA

7. 3101 Chain Bridge Road NW Washington, DC

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3101 Chain Bridge Road Northwest
Washington, DC 20016

Looks like they seriously chopped the price and removed the awful faded exterior photos for this Palisades manse. Once closer to $16 million, the home by Battery Kemble Park now only wants $10,497,000. Still, it's quite droolworthy.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 7 BR/8 full, 3 half BA

8. 5702 Fern Hill Run, McLean, VA

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5702 Fern Hill Run
McLean, VA 22101

Architect Angelos Demetriou designed this stone masterpiece inspired by Greek temples. Ask just barely dips into the seven digits at $9,995,000.
Square Feet: 5,724
Bed/Bath: 4 BR/5 full, 1 half BA

9. 2425 Tracy Place NW, Washington, DC

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2425 Tracy Place Northwest
Washington, DC 20008

Heading back to Kalorama, this enormous white mansion can fit up to five cars in their garage. That's almost as impressive as John Wall's garage. Ask is $8.5 million
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 7 BR/7 full, 2 half BA

10. 15325 Masonwood Drive Darnestown, MD

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15325 Masonwood Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Just throwing this out there, this $8 milllion Darnestown home looks like a palace, especially from this aerial photo that shows off the pool, tennis court and impressive turrets. However, with a nine hole golf course on the property, it might also make a good country club.
Square Feet: 18,422
Bed/Bath: 8 BR/9 full, 4 half BA

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1. 2320 S Street NW, Washington, DC

2320 S Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20008

The former home of the Textile Museum is still on the market for a cool $22 million.
Square Feet: 26,900
Bed/Bath: 10BR/8 full, 6 half BA

2320 S Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20008

2. 36987 Mountville Road, Middleburg, VA

36987 Mountville Road, Middleburg, VA 20117

In the middle of the scintillating description of this $15.55 million home, there's a mention that this property has a riding ring. Ya know, for horses. This is also the oldest listing on the map, having hit the market almost two years ago.
Square Feet: Not listedBed/Bath: 6 BR/6 full, 2 half BA

36987 Mountville Road
Middleburg, VA 20117

3. 2950 University Terrace NW Washington, DC

2950 University Terrace Northwest, Washington, DC 20016

And you thought this University Terrace home was pricey. To be fair this home asking $14,995,000 contains its own secret garden complete with covered paths.
Square Feet: 10,000
Bed/Bath: 5 BR/5 full, 2 half BA

2950 University Terrace Northwest
Washington, DC 20016

4. 4609 Damascus Road, Gaithersburg, MD

4609 Damascus Road, Gaithersburg, MD 20882

Sure, this Gaithersburg home doesn't cost as much as the Middleburg one with the riding ring, but this one has a barn. There are stables and everything. Also, for those who prefer other pursuits, there's a greenhouse, a tennis court, a pool and a home theater with a stage. Ask is an even $13 million.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 8 BR/4 full, 2 half BA

4609 Damascus Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20882

5. 606 Boyle Lane McLean, VA

606 Boyle Lane, McLean, VA 22102

You know that a property is monstrous when it has its own name. This 5 acre expanse in McLean is appropriately called Riverview Manor and its asking price is $12,980,000.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 6 BR/8 full, 2 half BA

606 Boyle Lane
McLean, VA 22102

6. 1005 Founders Ridge Lane, McLean, VA

1005 Founders Ridge Lane, McLean, VA 22102

Here's another McLean manse with its own title: The Estate At The Reserve. To be fair, the neighborhood where this $12.9 million home stands is called The Reserve. But this is that neighborhood's Estate. So there. Square Feet: 20,000
Bed/Bath: 6 BR/9 full, 3 half BA

1005 Founders Ridge Lane
McLean, VA 22102

7. 3101 Chain Bridge Road NW Washington, DC

3101 Chain Bridge Road Northwest, Washington, DC 20016

Looks like they seriously chopped the price and removed the awful faded exterior photos for this Palisades manse. Once closer to $16 million, the home by Battery Kemble Park now only wants $10,497,000. Still, it's quite droolworthy.
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 7 BR/8 full, 3 half BA

3101 Chain Bridge Road Northwest
Washington, DC 20016

8. 5702 Fern Hill Run, McLean, VA

5702 Fern Hill Run, McLean, VA 22101

Architect Angelos Demetriou designed this stone masterpiece inspired by Greek temples. Ask just barely dips into the seven digits at $9,995,000.
Square Feet: 5,724
Bed/Bath: 4 BR/5 full, 1 half BA

5702 Fern Hill Run
McLean, VA 22101

9. 2425 Tracy Place NW, Washington, DC

2425 Tracy Place Northwest, Washington, DC 20008

Heading back to Kalorama, this enormous white mansion can fit up to five cars in their garage. That's almost as impressive as John Wall's garage. Ask is $8.5 million
Square Feet: Not listed
Bed/Bath: 7 BR/7 full, 2 half BA

2425 Tracy Place Northwest
Washington, DC 20008

10. 15325 Masonwood Drive Darnestown, MD

15325 Masonwood Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Just throwing this out there, this $8 milllion Darnestown home looks like a palace, especially from this aerial photo that shows off the pool, tennis court and impressive turrets. However, with a nine hole golf course on the property, it might also make a good country club.
Square Feet: 18,422
Bed/Bath: 8 BR/9 full, 4 half BA

15325 Masonwood Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20878