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The Week’s Top Home Sales

Here’s my weekly roundup of the ten most expensive home sales in the region, as reported by American City Business Leads. The biggest deal was for a home on Georgetown’s N Street, ground zero for Washington’s media elite. That single street is home to Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn, columnist Maureen Dowd, conservative-turned-liberal author David Brock, and TV anchor Tracey Neale.

The box score this week:

• DC: 3
• Maryland: 3
• Virginia: 4

$6,995,000—3331 N St., NW, Georgetown
$3,4104,00—8700 Georgetown Pike, McLean
$2,932,500—2446 Kalorama Rd., NW, Kalorama
$2,100,000—9450 Newbridge Dr., Potomac
$2,050,000—3007 P St., NW, Georgetown
$2,030,000—2003 Rockingham St., McLean
$2,000,000—648 Live Oak Dr., McLean
$1,800,000—15601 Crimson Spire Ct., Silver Spring
$1,781,880—8013 Candlewood Dr., Alexandria
$1,750,000—5920 Walhonding Rd., Bethesda

More fun numbers:
• 7: Number of sales that broke $2 million
• 63: Number of sales that broke $1 million
• 148: Number of sales that broke $800,000

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