Chateaus in Virginia, award-winning townhouses in Georgetown, and record-breaking penthouses in Bethesda—take a stroll down memory lane with a look at the year’s most opulent listings.
10. At $3.9 million, this home was the most expensive ever sold in Logan Circle.
9. This $6.5-million historic schoolhouse near H Street came with nine rentable lofts in addition to a two-story owner’s penthouse.
8. For $7.95 million, you can call this still-on-the-market Ritz Carlton penthouse home.
7. For buyers with traditional taste and $8.1 million to spare, this Georgian-style mansion on Embassy Row was just the ticket.
6. This $8.75-million estate in Potomac sits on 52 acres—yes, 52.
5. This Potomac Colonial’s $9.75-million price tag included 16 bathrooms.
4. If it goes for the list price of $10.5 million, this Bethesda penthouse will become the most expensive condo ever sold in Washington.
3. Contemporary interiors made this $10.5-million award-winning Georgetown townhouse a standout.
2. Built in 1797, this $11-million Federal-style home in Georgetown came with plenty of history.
1. And finally, our most opulent listing of the year: a nearly $13-million chateau in McLean, in which it’s impossible to imagine anyone ever feeling okay about wearing sweatpants.