WASHINGTON — The most expensive residential real estate sale in the D.C. region in February was a six-bedroom Kalorama mansion that sold for $9 million, $975,000 less than its original list price.
The 6,800-square-foot property at 2430 Wyoming Avenue Northwest was built in 1926. It had a recent top-to-bottom renovation and boasts a double lot, pool, library and billiards room.
Seven of the 10 most-expensive residential sales in the D.C. area last month were in the District itself.
Here is a gallery of February’s top-10 sales, courtesy of listing service Bright MLS:
10) $2.725 million
1320 29th St. NW
This federal-style row house was built in 1900 and has four full baths, one half-bath and five bedrooms. (Courtesy Bright MLS)
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