Real Estate

PHOTOS: The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Washington in November

Including Bradley Beal's old mansion, and a house where Jacqueline Kennedy once lived.

This historic three-home compound in Georgetown, which was once home to former First Lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis, was the most expensive home sold in November, at $15.1 million. Photograph courtesy of Jonathan Taylor and Maxwell Rabin of Jonathan Taylor Group at TTR Sotheby's International Realty.


Where: 918 Mackall Ave., McLean

How much: $4,500,000

This newly built transitional-style home has six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, 8,132 square feet, an elevator, a loft, a recreation room, and an indoor sports court across five stories. The half-acre property also comes with a screened back porch and an oversized garage.


Where: 11100 Bellavista Dr., Potomac

How much: $4,520,000

This sprawling Cape Cod-style estate is nestled on a quiet two-acre cul-de-sac, and has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and two half baths. Other features of the 13,300-square-foot home include a two-story foyer, floor-to-ceiling and oversized windows, four fireplaces, a sun room, and a lower level with a recreation room, a built-in entertainment system, a walk-in wine cellar, a home gym, and a sauna. Also on the two-acre property: a 45-foot-long heated pool, a hot tub, a pool house, a tennis and pickleball court, a private rear garden, and two garages.



Where: 7100 Holyrood Dr., McLean

How much: $4,600,000

This 6,475-square-foot Colonial-style estate was built in 1932, but has been expanded and renovated and resides on two acres of land. It comes with high ceilings, an exercise room, a wine cellar, an oversized porch, and a rear patio with a pergola across four levels. Outside, you’ll find a heated pool, a garden, and a guest apartment above the two-car garage.



Photograph courtesy of Tom Williams and Monica Mastal of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Where: 2830 Chesterfield Pl., NW

How much: $4,700,000

This 1920s Tudor sits on two lots totaling two-thirds of an acre in the Forest Hills neighborhood, and has seven bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. The four-level home also has an art room, a recreation room, and a playroom across 5,960 square feet. There’s also a guest house, along with a children’s play set, a wooden deck, and two patios in back.



Photograph courtesy of Andrew Riguzzi and Rachel Levy of District Property Group at Compass.

Where: 4511 Klingle St., NW

How much: $5,150,000

This transitional-style home in Wesley Heights was built this year, and comes with 6,650 square feet, seven bedroom, five bathrooms, and two half-baths. There’s also a recreation room, a game room, an exercise room, a loft, a screened porch, and a large backyard and patio.



Photograph courtesy of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties.

Where: 2838 Chesterfield Pl., NW

How much: $6,000,000

This Forest Hills mid-century modern home spreads across 7,716 square feet on a quarter-acre of lush greenery, and has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two half-baths. It comes with an elevator, high ceilings, a skylight, a covered porch and patio, and a large rooftop deck with treetop views.



Photograph courtesy of Riley West of BlueSky Media and HEIDER Real Estate at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Where: 6455 Kedleston Ct., McLean

How much: $6,800,000

This 13,450-square-foot Colonial-style mansion has eight fireplaces, an elevator, a reception hall,  a wine room, a screening room, a fitness room, and an au pair suite. On the nearly one-acre property, you’ll also find a 52-foot-long saltwater pool,  a pool house, a rear garden, and a detached four-car garage with a gym and dog wash.



Photograph courtesy of Oleks Yaroshynski and HEIDER Real Estate at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Where: 10509 Beach Mill Rd., Great Falls

How much: $7,750,000

Also known as Elsworth Falls, this 21-acre property comes with a 4,216-square-foot Cape Cod containing four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It also has two fireplaces, high ceilings, a motor court, a carriage house, an in-ground pool, a pergola, and landscaped gardens.



Photograph courtesy of Raul Rivero | riv photo + film and Andres Serafini of the Washingtonian Group at RLAH Properties.

Where: 8913 Holly Leaf Ln., Bethesda

How much: $9,185,000

Former Washington Wizards player Bradley Beal lived in this Miami-inspired mansion before his trade to the Phoenix Suns earlier this year. The 13,482-square-foot home comes with six bedrooms, nine-and-a-half bathrooms, four fireplaces, heated tile floors, an elevator, a fitness center, an arcade room, and an underground NBA-certified half-basketball court. Also on the two-acre property: a full-sized tennis court with stadium lighting, a heated swimming pool, a detached pool house with an outdoor kitchen and fire pit, and enough parking for 14 vehicles.



Photograph courtesy of Jonathan Taylor and Maxwell Rabin of Jonathan Taylor Group at TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Where: 3017, 3009, 3003 St., NW

How much: $15,100,000

The prize for the month’s most expensive sale goes not to just one house, but three historic Georgetown homes that have been combined into one property. These homes have once belonged to former First Lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis, former Miss America Yolande Fox, and other DC notables. The 16,000-square-foot property has a total of 13 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and five half-baths, and comes with 12 fireplaces, a grand main reception hall, two kitchens, a home gym, several terraces with a fountain and pergola, a three-car garage, and a rooftop sitting area.

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.