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The Week’s Top Home Sales

Here’s this week’s roundup of the most expensive deals in the area, as reported by American City Business Leads. Two of the top ten are on Grenata Preserve Place, the heart of a development of custom homes in Leesburg. Former Redskin Chad Morton owns an 8,000-square-foot house on the street that he bought last July for $2 million.

The box score:
Virginia: 6
Maryland: 2
DC: 2

$3,200,000—940 Division Avenue, NE/5216 Just Street, NE, Deanwood
$2,850,000—8900 Heatherwood Court, Potomac
$2,700,000—2124 Bancroft Place, NW, Kalorama
$2,418,294—10466 Springvale Meadow Lane, Great Falls
$2,272,215—43605 Edison Club Court, Ashburn
$2,177,148—40903 Grenata Preserve Place, Leesburg
$2,118,342—40471 Grenata Preserve Place, Leesburg
$1,950,000—1019 Utterback Store Road, Great Falls
$1,906,330—1631 Irvin Street, Alexandria
1,850,000—104 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase

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