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PHOTOS: The 11 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Washington in 2022

Including a Ritz-Carlton penthouse and a 19th-century mansion in Georgetown.

PHOTOS: The 11 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Washington in 2022
All photographs via BrightMLS.

#11

4400 Garfield St NW

Where: 4400 Garfield St., NW
How much: $8,700,000
When it sold: July 2022

Dubbed Wesley House, this eight-bedroom Tudor Revival property in Wesley Heights spreads across more than 12,800 square feet and comes with nine bathrooms and two half-baths. It also has a separate guest wing, a full gym, a theater, a billiards room, a swimming pool, and a three-car garage.

#10

1012 Founders Rdg

Where: 1012 Founders Ridge, McLean
How much: $8,700,000
When it sold: July 2022

This nearly 16,000-square-foot manor has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and two half-baths, plus a solarium, two grand staircases, seven fireplaces, an elevator, and a home automation system. There’s also an au-pair suite, a home theater, a fitness center with a sauna, a screened-in porch, and a limestone patio that leads to a 60-foot infinity pool and its accompanying cabana and pool house.

#9

1224 30th St NW

Where: 1224 30th St., NW
How much: $8,958,000
When it sold: March 2022

This 10-bedroom, Federal-style home in Georgetown comes with six bathrooms, two half-baths, 12 fireplaces, a guest house, and enough parking for 44 cars. You’ll also find two green houses, a pool and pool house, and a half-acre of landscaped gardens with terraces and a large herb garden.

#8

3005 45th St NW

Where: 3005 45th St., NW
How much: $9,400,000
When it sold: January 2022

This Wesley Heights Traditional-style mansion comes with more than 15,000 square feet and and has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and five half-baths. It also comes with five fireplaces, a nanny suite, multiple terraces, a pergola, a swimming pool and pool house, and a gated motor court.

#7

3122-3124 P St NW

Where: 3122-3124 P St., NW
How much: $9,500,000
When it sold: June 2022

This five-bedroom, Federal-style home in Georgetown is known for its cameo in Wedding Crashers. The recently renovated house sits across two land parcels and comes with six-and-a-half bathrooms, seven fireplaces, a heated pool, a wrap-around porch, and enclosed gardens.

#6

3304 R St NW

Where: 3304 R St., NW
How much: $9,750,000
When it sold: October 22

This five-bedroom, Contemporary-style home in Georgetown was originally built by Evalyn Walsh McLean, an heiress who was also the last private owner of the Hope Diamond. It comes with two gardens, a terrace with a pergola and pool, a private courtyard, and a sculpture garden.

#5

1165 Chain Bridge Rd

Where: 1165 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean
How much: $10,000,000
When it sold: May 2022

This Craftsman-style house sits on 1.87 acres and features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half-baths, landscaped terraces, a pool, fountains, and a four-car garage.

#4

576 Innsbruck Ave

Where: 576 Innsbruck Ave., Great Falls
How much: $10,500,000
When it sold: June 2022

This Colonial-style mansion resides on five acres of gated and landscaped grounds. It has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two half-baths, a private guest suite, a wine cellar with a tasting area, a theater, a gym, a pool, and multiple gardens.

#3

1011 Turkey Run Rd

Where: 1011 Turkey Run Rd., McLean
How much: $11,000,000
When it sold: January 2022

This Colonial-style smart home, built in 2021, spreads across 20,000 square feet and comes with seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and six half-baths, as well as an elevator, an entertaining pavilion, an indoor and outdoor spa, a pool, and an 18th-century carriage house.

#2

3150 South St NW Ph 2C

Where: 3150 South St., NW #PH2C
How much: $11,000,000
When it sold: February 2022

This penthouse in Georgetown’s Ritz-Carlton Residences has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half-baths across two floors, as well as a spa bath, a private terrace, a personal gym, and separate quarters for staff.

#1

Where: 3017 O St., NW
How much: $11,500,000
When it sold: May 2022

This 1816 Georgetown home, also known as the Crawford-Cassin house, has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths. It also comes with high ceilings, a media room, a wine cellar, a private gym, multiple terraces, a large backyard, and parking for eight cars.

Information courtesy of Bright MLS. This post excludes sales without seller permission to publicize, and may exclude some new construction. 

Damare Baker
Research Editor

Before becoming Research Editor, Damare Baker was an Editorial Fellow and Assistant Editor for Washingtonian. She has previously written for Voice of America and The Hill. She is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she studied international relations, Korean, and journalism.