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Question: What were some of the most expensive homes sold this year in the DMV?
Answer: Happy holidays and new year everybody! I hope you’ve been enjoying this unusually warm weather and reconnecting with family and friends for some holiday cheer, we all need it!
It’s always fun to look back at the most expensive homes sold in our nook of the world, so without further ado, let’s take a look at the most expensive homes sold this year in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Note: this includes what is entered into the MLS, it’s certainly possible (likely) that expensive homes have traded hands outside of the MLS.
The most expensive home sold this year in all three DMV states is a 16,000 SqFt home built in 2018 that sits on 16.5 acres along the Potomac River that sold for an incredible $48,000,000! That beats out last year’s leading sale by $3M.
While Arlington’s average and median prices are sky-high, it doesn’t have many ultra high-end properties we see elsewhere in the region. Arlington’s most expensive sale this year came from the top floor of the new luxury condo building, Pierce, at $3,920,000. The next most expensive home, pictured above, is a single-family home in Lyon Village, sold for $3,750,000.
The most expensive sale in Alexandria was a beautiful single-family home built in 1800 on a double lot in the heart of Old Town, that sold for $5,000,000.
Fairfax County boasts the two most expensive sales in D.C., Maryland and Virginia at $48M and $15M. Both homes sit on the Potomac River.
The most expensive home in Loudoun County sold for $6,000,000 and sits on 423 acres with the original 1759 home still standing.
The most expensive home sold in Washington, D.C. is a 10,300 SqFt home built in 1927, that sits on one acre, for $13,000,000.
The most expensive home sold in Montgomery County is a sprawling home in Potomac, Maryland, just past Congressional Country Club, coming in at $8,500,000.
The most expensive sale in the DMV, outside of the greater DC Metro area, was for $14,500,000 for a 386 acre waterfront property in Oxford, Maryland which is just a short distance from St Michaels, Maryland.
I hope this makes for some fun conversation during the holidays about what type of ultra high-end you would buy if you could!
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Eli Tucker is a licensed Realtor in Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland with RLAH Real Estate, 4040 N Fairfax Dr #10C Arlington VA 22203. 703-390-9460.
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