Big Price Drop For One of DC’s Most Expensive Homes

  • June 3, 2013

by UrbanTurf Staff

Big Price Drop For One of DC's Most Expensive Homes: Figure 1
2933-2943 Benton Place NW

One of DC’s most expensive homes saw its price drop notably late last week.

The listing price for 2933-2943 Benton Place NW (map) fell from $12 million to $10 million on Friday. The ten-bedroom, 11-bath mansion initially hit the market back in 2006 for $21 million, more than double the current asking price. It was taken off the market for a period and re-listed in 2011 for $12 million.

The property sits tucked away off Embassy Row near Rock Creek Park. Originally built in 1927, it was completely renovated in 2001.

The most expensive home on the market in the area at the moment is an estate planned on the site of Ted Kennedy’s former McLean home that has a $45 million price tag.

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