Real Estate

Photos: The 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Washington in August

The biggest price tag? More than $6 million

Photos: The 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Washington in August
Some of the most luxurious homes in DC closed last month. All photographs courtesy of MRIS.


Where: 2408 California St., NW
How much: $3,055,000

This five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath spot in Kalorama has been renovated top-to-bottom, with a gourmet kitchen, a basement in-law suite, a sunroom, and backyard gardens.


Where: 4100 37th St. N, Arlington
How much: $3,125,000

With six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths, this home sitting on almost an acre has plenty of room—not to mention the backyard with a basketball court, batting cage, hot tub, and fire pit.


Where: 3122 Newark St. NW
How much: $3,200,000

The historic five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home in Cleveland Park sits on almost an acre of land, and boasts a spacious patio and pool.


Where: 2930 Woodland Dr. NW
How much: $3,200,000

This renovated Tudor has six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half baths, with a huge kitchen, high ceilings, new hardwood floors, and a backyard with landscaped gardens and two terraces.


Where: 10017 Bentcross Dr., Potomac
How much: $3,500,000

Not only are there six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three half-baths, you’ll also find a home gym, an infinity pool, a home theater, a tennis court, and walls of windows.


Where: 2948 University Ter. NW
How much: $3,850,000

This house in Kent has six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a media room, an elevator, a wine room, and a master suite with a soaking tub.


Where: 2166 Dunmore Ln. NW
How much: $4,825,000

Yes, there are six bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths , but you’ll also find custom-designed millwork, tons of built-ins, a gym, and a landscaped rear garden with a heated saltwater pool.


Where: 9121 Burdette Rd., Bethesda
How much: $5,100,000

This Bethesda mansion has five bedrooms and eight-and-a-half baths, a home theater, a five-car garage, four fireplaces, a pool, and a guest house.


Where: 2404 Wyoming Ave. NW
How much: $5,600,000

Situated in Kalorama with seven bedrooms and nine-and-a-half baths, you can also find a home theater, an elevator, a wine cellar, a master suite with duel bathrooms and dressing rooms, and a backyard pool.


Where: 3425 Prospect St. NW
How much: $6,731,000

This historic mansion with nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and three half-baths on prime Georgetown real estate, is the most expensive house sold in August. It was built by John Mason, the nephew of George Mason, in 1797.

Mimi Montgomery Washingtonian
Associate Editor

Mimi Montgomery joined Washingtonian in 2018. Her work has appeared in Outside Magazine, Washington City Paper, DCist, and PoPVille. Originally from North Carolina, she now lives in Petworth.