Today, UrbanTurf is pausing as we approach the middle of the year to look back on the most expensive home sales in the DC region so far in 2021.
An $8.4 Million Sale Off Embassy Row
This six-bedroom European inspired home in DC is the third priciest home sale in the region this year. It closed for $8,375,000 in February. The home, located in the Woodland-Normanstone neighborhood off Embassy Row, was renovated by Barnes-Vanze Architects in 2014, a renovation that added a heated swimming pool to the grounds. The almost 13,000-square foot house also has large rooms for entertaining and backs up to an expanse of parkland.
- Full Listing: 2520 30th Street NW (map)
- Sales Price: $8,375,000
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: Six
- Square Feet: 12,821
- Year Built: 1958
- Listing Agents: Patrick Chauvin, Brad House, Compass
13,000 Square Feet on Six Acres in Potomac
This sprawling Nantucket-inspired home in Potomac not far from Congressional Country Club sold in March for $8.5 million. Built in 2002, the home has seven bedrooms and spreads out over 13,000 square feet on six acres. An $8.5 million price tag results in home features that buyers aren't likely to find at many other residences. With this home, those features include a putting green, 27-foot ceilings in the owner's bathroom and three heated garages with space for eight cars.
- Full Listing: 9210 Fox Meadow Lane (map)
- Price: $8.5 million
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 8
- Square Feet: 13,415
- Year Built: 2002
- Listing Agents: Wendy Banner, Julia Fortin, Long & Foster
Photo courtesy of HomeVisit.
$11 Million For Maison Vendome
The most expensive home sale in the DC region in 2021 also comes with its own name. Maison Vendome is a six-bedroom estate in McLean that sold in April for $11 million. Built in 2007, Maison Vendome was styled in the mold of a French manor home from the 19th century. The house has its own ballroom with a wet bar from which a library is accessible via a hidden panel. The property also has a climate controlled wine cellar, a 12-seat home theater, an indoor basketball court, as well as full spa offerings including an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and massage room.
- Full Listing: 1005 Founders Ridge Lane (map)
- Price: $11 million
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: 12
- Square Feet: 13,035
- Year Built: 2007
- Listing Agent: Mark Lowham, TTR Sotheby's International Realty
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/8-million-and-up-the-3-priciest-homes-sales-in-the-dc-area/18362.
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