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The Week’s Top Home Sales

Here's our weekly run-down of the ten most expensive home sales in the region, as reported by American City Business Leads. Although Maryland had seven of the ten biggest sales last week, DC is the winner this week with six.

The most expensive sale was for $5 million on Tracy Place, just northwest of Dupont Circle in Kalorama. One of Washington's most prestigious addresses, the street is home to Senator Ted Kennedy, whose house is worth about $6 million, Washington Life publisher Vicki Bagley, and PR bigwigs Roy Pfautch and Michael Petruzzello.

The top ten: 

$5,000,000 - 2412 Tracy Place, NW, Kalorama
$3,625,000 - 627 Innsbruck Ave., Great Falls   
$2,962,000 - 4231 Leland St., Chevy Chase
$2,695,000 - 1731 Hoban Road, NW, Georgetown  
$2,400,000 - 5311 Oakland Road, Bethesda
$2,375,000 - 6115 33rd St., NW., Chevy Chase, DC     
$2,175,000 - 2001 N. 15th St., No. 1508, Arlington
$2,050,000 - 4510 Dexter St., NW, Wesley Heights 
$2,050,000 - 1155 23rd St., NW, No. N8A, West End 
$2,000,000 - 2026 R St., NW, Dupont Circle                       

More fun numbers:

75: Number of sales over $1 million in the region

Of the 123 house that sold for more than $800,000 this week, 30 were in DC, 32 in Maryland, and 61 in Virginia.

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