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The Week’s Top Home Sales
Comments () | Published March 20, 2007
Here’s this week’s roundup of the ten top sales in the region, as reported by American City Business Leads.

The second most expensive is on Woodland Drive, the main street in DC’s ritzy Massachusetts Avenue Heights, where dozens of estates hide behind gates and fortress like walls. Mixed in with a smattering of embassies, the homes are an interesting collection of styles: stucco manors, Georgians, Colonials, and ’70s contemporary. A few even resemble Gothic churches.

Three of Washington’s most prestigious private schools—Beauvoir, St. Albans, and National Cathedral School—are within walking distance. VIPs include car magnate Mandell Ourisman, Senate majority leader Bill Frist, and Republican fundraiser Julie Finley.

$3,100,000—1650 30th Street, NW, Georgetown
$2,650,000—2930 Woodland Drive, NW, Massachusetts Avenue Heights
$2,525,000—11222 River View Drive, Potomac
$2,400,000—10111 Norton Road, Potomac
$2,395,000—5108 Wessling Lane, Bethesda
$2,325,000—5904 Bradley Boulevard, Bethesda
$2,005,000—1483 Evan Farms Drive, McLean
$2,000,000—11409 Luxmanor Road, North Bethesda
$1,950,000—3235 N. Abingdon Street, Arlington
$1,950,000—1612 Orchard Street, Alexandria


Top Home Sales

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