$9 Million and Up: The 3 Priciest Homes To Sell in the DC Region in 2024

  • March 7th

by UrbanTurf Staff

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With a blistering pace of sales at the top of the market, UrbanTurf is taking an early look at the most expensive home sales in the DC region so far in 2024, which includes the priciest home to ever sell in Great Falls. 


$9 Million For 15,000 Square Feet in Bethesda

This six-bedroom house that sits on one of the largest lots in Bethesda and was renovated meticulously with the help of a Los Angeles design firm, sold for $9.25 million in February. Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby's International Realty was the listing agent. 

Many things come in pairs at this sprawling listing. There are two pools (indoor and outdoor), two elevators, two primary suites, and two generators. An ELAN system controls several aspects of the home, including the 21 security cameras, the lights, music, and HVAC systems, and even the biometric fingerprint access at the front door.

Other standout features include a 19-foot tall entryway, a chef's kitchen with twin wall ovens and a 48-inch commercial range, an outdoor kitchen, a steam room and workout room next to the indoor pool on the lower level, and an outdoor tennis and basketball court. 

Photo by Craig Westerman.

$10 Million For a Brand New McLean Home

This brand new six-bedroom home in McLean was completed in 2023 and sold for $10.1 million last month. The house, from Buchanan/Price Homes, took three years to complete. Designed by Foster-Zimmerman Architects, the home features high-end finishes throughout, a large pool area and a separate basketball court. 


Great Falls Equestrian Estate Sets a Record 

The Wildersmoor House became the most expensive home to ever sell in Great Falls, when it closed for $14.75 million in February. The estate spreads out over 17 acres and features its own lake stocked with koi, horse stables and a sprawling 27,000-square-foot mansion. The home has a variety of interesting features, including an indoor pool, a wine cellar, a billiards room, a home gym, a large movie screening room, and an attached apartment. Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby's International Realty was the listing agent, and Thomas Castagnola of TTR Sotheby's International Realty represented the buyer.

Photo by Craig Westerman.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9_million_and_up_the_3_priciest_homes_to_sell_in_the_dc_region_in_2024/22046.

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