For $4.1 million, homebuyers can live it up in this Potomac, Maryland mansion with four acres of land to spare. The eight-bedroom, 13-bathroom listing has a lot to offer, from a brick circular drive to a pool with a pool house.
2016 brought a myriad of changes to Washington, D.C. Want to learn more about your community? This article from Curbed goes into detail about which projects in each Ward are truly changing their respective neighborhoods.
Anyone interested in some luxury real estate? This nine-bedroom listing on a roughly two-acre lot just landed on the Potomac, Maryland market with a $3.95 million asking price. The abode was built for the Ambassador of the Somoza Dynasty.
Beauty can be found in Washington, D.C.’s monuments, memorials, and, of course, real estate. This list proves that. This year, there were a myriad of listings that landed and left the market which you’ll be able to see here.
Tacky, unusual, perplexing—each of these words will likely cross your mind as you browse through the following photos of homes that were either listed or sold in the D.C. area in 2016. See the homes, from a stony castle to a White House replica.
Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, is looking for a new home in the nation’s capital. There are no reports yet as to which specific homes or neighborhoods have peaked her interest, but it’s not impossible to make a few guesses.
On over three acres of land, this gated single-family home in Potomac, Maryland offers 14,800 square feet of space and seven bedrooms. Some of the most stunning features in the listing include a solarium, two-story kitchen, and eight-car garage.
For $4,295,000, homebuyers are able to purchase this massive, 28,418-square-foot single-family home with roughly three acres of land. The listing describes the residence as an "extraordinary masterpiece ... unsurpassed in value."