June 2016: DC area’s most expensive homes for sale

3053 P Street NW, Washington

(MRIS)
10. $9,975,000 3053 P Street NW, Washington This nine-bedroom house in Georgetown has landscaped gardens, a garage, terraces and a pool. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
$9,995,000

801 Turkey Run Rd., McLean, Va.

(MRIS)
8. $9,995,000 801 Turkey Run Rd., McLean, Virginia MRIS says this 14,000-square-foot custom estate is surrounded by a national forest but is only 2 stop lights from D.C. and a 20-minute walk to the Potomac River. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
3245 N Street NW, Washington DC

(MRIS)
8. $9,995,000 3245 N Street NW, Washington D.C. A modern Georgetown town house with an open floor plan, six bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
7. $11,000,000

9460 River Rd., Potomac, Md.

(MRIS)
7. $11,000,000 9460 River Rd., Potomac, Maryland A 10-plus acre horse farm and estate in Bradley Farms, including a Colonial main house with six bedrooms. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
5. $11,500,000

5215 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland

(MRIS)
5. $11,500,000 5215 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland More than 11,000 square feet, with six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
5. $11,500,000

1005 Founder's Ridge Lane, McLean, Virginia

(MRIS)
5. $11,500,000 1005 Founder’s Ridge Lane, McLean, Virginia A 20,000 square-foot custom-built house with an indoor pool, indoor basketball/racquetball court, ballroom, elevator, wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, home theater, au pair suite and whole-house generator. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
2850 Woodland Drive NW, Washington, D.C., bought by Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, went for over $10 million. (MRIS)
4. $12,000,000 2850 Woodland Drive NW, Washington, D.C. A gated limestone Beaux Arts estate, with seven bedrooms. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
3. $13,950,000

3150 South Street NW, Washington D.C.

The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown -

(MRIS)
3. $13,950,000 3150 South Street NW #PH2A, Washington D.C. A condominium at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, in Georgetown, with more than 6,000 square feet inside and 3,000 square feet of terraces. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
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2. $15,550,000 36987 Mountville Rd., Middleburg, Virginia A stone manor on more than 100 acres of pastures, lawns and gardens; a heated pool; a stone courtyard stable; caretakers’ apartments and riding ring. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
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1. $18,000,000 5517 Pembroke Rd., Bethesda, Maryland A six-bedroom house on 1.5 acres, with a pool house, reflecting pool and a heated swimming pool. (MRIS) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
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3053 P Street NW, Washington

(MRIS)
$9,995,000

801 Turkey Run Rd., McLean, Va.

(MRIS)
3245 N Street NW, Washington DC

(MRIS)
7. $11,000,000

9460 River Rd., Potomac, Md.

(MRIS)
5. $11,500,000

5215 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland

(MRIS)
5. $11,500,000

1005 Founder's Ridge Lane, McLean, Virginia

(MRIS)
2850 Woodland Drive NW, Washington, D.C., bought by Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, went for over $10 million. (MRIS)
3. $13,950,000

3150 South Street NW, Washington D.C.

The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown -

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WASHINGTON — Do you have $18 million to spend on your next home?  Then you can afford the most expensive residential property currently on the market in the D.C. metro area: A six-bedroom house on 1.5 acres on Pembroke Road, in Bethesda.

You can keep your car collection on premises in the eight-space garage, and entertain all day at the pool and pool house.

But no tire kicking: Financial qualification is required for all showings.

If you need more room to spread out, $15.5 million will buy you a 327-acre estate in Middleburg with a 90-year-old estate house surrounded by flagstone terraces, stables for your horses and caretakers’ apartments.

Listing service MRIS has put together a list of the 10 most expensive listings currently on the market in the greater Washington area, and even No. 10 comes in at $9.975 million.

MRIS provided the ranking information and images for this list. MRIS Homes is the mid-Atlantic region’s only real estate home search site offering real-time local listings from the Multiple Listing Service.

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