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The Week's Top Home Sales
Comments () | Published April 3, 2007

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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