Six of the 10 most expensive residential sales in the Washington area in March were in the District, and $3.2 million would've gotten you the cheapest home on this list. See the priciest homes in the area.
WASHINGTON — The 10 most expensive residential sales in the D.C. region in March ranged from a $3 million, four-bedroom house in Dupont Circle to a $5.7 million, newly constructed, seven-bedroom house in Cleveland Park.
The most expensive sale, at 3536 Springland Lane NW, comes with nine baths, 8,200 square feet, four levels, an elevator and a fireplace in the kitchen.
The home was designed by award-winning Barnes-Vanze Architects, according to its Zillow listing. It also sold for over list. The home was first listed in September 2016 for $4,975 million. The sale closed March 6, 2017, at $5,747,833.
Six of the 10 most expensive residential sales in the Washington area in March were in the District.
Here are the most expensive residential sales in Washington, courtesy of listing service MRIS, a Bright MLS Company:
Jeff Clabaugh has spent 20 years covering the Washington region's economy and financial markets for WTOP as part of a partnership with the Washington Business Journal, and officially joined the WTOP newsroom staff in January 2016.