DC's Third Most Expensive Home Re-Enters Market After Short Break

  • Jul 30th 2012

by UrbanTurf Staff

DC's Third Most Expensive Home Re-Enters Market After Short Break: Figure 1

After a two-month hiatus, 2943 Benton Place NW (map), which holds the honor of being the third most expensive home in the city, is back on the market for $12 million, hoping to find a buyer.

The 11-bedroom, ten-bathroom mansion has been on and off the market (with a number of price reductions) since it was originally listed back in early 2008 for $18.5 million. Built in 1927 and completely renovated in 2001, the home was purchased in 2007 for over $21 million. It sits tucked away off Embassy Row near Rock Creek Park.

Image courtesy of HomeVisit.

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