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Top Home Sales

In this week’s round-up of the ten most expensive sales, six were in Maryland, four in Virginia, and none in Washington.

We had gotten word of the top sale a few weeks back—Luxury Homes: a $4-million Tear-Down in Bethesda. The house was the former home of the late Washington Post correspondent Chalmers M. Roberts. It sits on almost two acres and has 180-degree views of the Potomac River.

And now for this week’s ten top home sales:
$4,100,000 - 6699 MacArthur Blvd., Bethesda
$3,714,811 - 1176 Windrock Drive, McLean
$2,675,000 - 9311 Burning Tree Road, Bethesda
$2,591,447 - 3421 Meyer Woods Lane, Fairfax
$2,200,000 - 9107 N. Branch Drive, Bethesda
$1,800,000 - 7113 Nevis Road, Bethesda
$1,746,041 - 40911 Alysheba Drive, Leesburg
$1,670,000 - 3401 N. Venice St., Arlington
$1,615,250 - 4329 Leland St., Chevy Chase
$1,595,000 - 8008 Glenbrook Rd., Bethesda
Information provided by American City  Business Leads.

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