Design & Home

The 10 Most Expensive Homes on the Market in 2014

Our roundup of the year’s most luxurious listings.
This home was the most expensive property sold in Logan Circle—and it's at the bottom of our list.

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.

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