$19.5 Million: DC’s Newest Most Expensive Home

by UrbanTurf Staff

$19.5 Million: DC's Newest Most Expensive Home: Figure 1
2950 University Terrace NW

Late Monday, a 10,000 square-foot mansion near Battery Kimble Park hit the market for $19.5 million, making it the most expensive home on the market within the District.

$19.5 Million: DC's Newest Most Expensive Home: Figure 2

2950 University Terrace NW (map) sits on 6.2 acres that are filled with various paths, terraces, and gardens as well as a pool. While the home spreads out over 10,000 square feet and has a two-bedroom guest house, the lofty asking price certainly takes into consideration the large amount of acreage in one of DC’s toniest neighborhoods.

$19.5 Million: DC's Newest Most Expensive Home: Figure 3

We will update this post as we receive more information about the home, but in the meantime, check out the full virtual tour here.

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  1. Chris said at 10:18 pm on Tuesday January 29, 2013:
    Anyone who pays a penny over the tax-assessed value of $13.67 mil. is a fool!
  1. jj said at 4:13 am on Wednesday January 30, 2013:
    @Chris D.C. tax assessments on high end properties are sometimes up to half as much as their market value. That being said, I would be surprised if it fetched that price given Evermay got just 22 million.

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