10 most expensive D.C. metro homes sold in 2015

#10. This home, located at 10214 Iron Gate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $5.5 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#10. This home, located at 10214 Iron Gate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $5.5 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

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The 16,000 square-foot home built in 2002 features double security gates, pool, guest quarters and library, according to the property’s listing on Zillow.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
The 8-bedroom home on Iron Gate Road has 8 full and 2 half baths. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#9. This home, located at 2852 McGill Terrace NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.6 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#9. This home, located at 2852 McGill Terrace NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.6 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 7,570 square-foot home built in 1999 features an elevator, sport court, terraces and staff suite, according to the property’s listing on Zillow.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
The 5-bedroom home on McGill Terrace has 6 full and 3 half baths. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#8. This home, located at 3331 N Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.7 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#8. This home, located at 3331 N Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.7 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 9,474 square-foot home built in 1817 features a garden terrace, pavilion and 3-car parking, according to the property’s listing on MRIShomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
The 7-bedroom home on N Street has 5 full and 3 half baths. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#7. This home, located at 1823 Phelps Place NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.75 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#7. This home, located at 1823 Phelps Place NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.75 million.

The 5,902 square-foot home built in 1905 features an elevator, patio and garage, according to the property’s listing on Zillow.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 7-bedroom home on Phelps Place has 6 full and 2 half baths. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#6. This home, located at 1155 23rd Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for 6.05 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#6. This home, located at 1155 23rd Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for 6.05 million.

The 5,664 square-foot home built in 2000 is one of two Presidential Penthouses at the Residences at the Ritz Carlton and features dual entrances, library and 3 parking spaces, according to the property’s listing on MRIShomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 4-bedroom home on 23rd Street has 5 full baths. More photos of the listing can be seen by clicking here. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#5. This home, located at 11100 Cripplegate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $6.15 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#5. This home, located at 11100 Cripplegate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $6.15 million.

The 20,000 square-foot home built in 1986 is situated on 4.08 acres and features a pool and pool house, tennis court, guest house and 5-car garage, according to the property’s listing on ColdwellBankerHomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 7-bedroom home on Cripplegate Road has 7 full and 4 half baths. More photos of the listing can be seen by clicking here. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#4. This home, located at 3512 Lowell Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $6.3 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#4. This home, located at 3512 Lowell Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $6.3 million.

The 5,480 square-foot home built in 1917 features Cathedral views, surrounding gardens, pool and 3-car garage, according to the property’s listing on ColdwellBankerHomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 7-bedroom home on Lowell Street has 6 full and 2 half baths. More photos of the listing can be seen by clicking here. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#3. This home, located at 606 Boyle Lane, McLean, Virginia, sold for $8.3 million.

The 8,249 square-foot home built in 2004 is situated on 5.18 acres and features views of the Potomac River, theater, pool house and guest house, according to the property’s listing on MRIShomes.com. (Dean Souleles)

The 6-bedroom home on Boyle Lane has 8 full and 2 half baths. More photos of the listing can be seen by clicking here. (Google Maps) (Dean Souleles)
#2. This home, located at 2221 30th Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $12.25 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#2. This home, located at 2221 30th Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $12.25 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

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The 12,713 square-foot home built in 2008 features a gated lot with parking for 10+ cars and a 3-car garage, as well as a pool and terrace with a pizza oven according to the property’s listing on MRIShomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
The 9-bedroom home on 30th Street has 12 full and 3 half baths. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#1. This home, located at 3107 Fessenden Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $18 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#1. This home, located at 3107 Fessenden Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $18 million.

The 19,830 square-foot home built in 1994 features terraces, pool, pool house, loggia with views of acres of parkland, wine cellar and tasting room, elevator and private staff quarters, according to the property’s listing on MRIShomes.com. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

The 7-bedroom home on Fessenden Street has 9 full and 5 half baths. More photos of the listing can be seen by clicking here. (Google Maps) (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
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#10. This home, located at 10214 Iron Gate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $5.5 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#9. This home, located at 2852 McGill Terrace NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.6 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#8. This home, located at 3331 N Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.7 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#7. This home, located at 1823 Phelps Place NW, Washington D.C., sold for $5.75 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#6. This home, located at 1155 23rd Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for 6.05 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#5. This home, located at 11100 Cripplegate Road, Potomac, Maryland, sold for $6.15 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#4. This home, located at 3512 Lowell Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $6.3 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#2. This home, located at 2221 30th Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $12.25 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)
#1. This home, located at 3107 Fessenden Street NW, Washington D.C., sold for $18 million. (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc./Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc.)

WASHINGTON — MRIS has released a list of the top 10 most expensive homes sold in the D.C. metro area in 2015.

MRIS, the industry-leading Multiple Listing Service for the Mid-Atlantic region, provided the ranking information and images for this list.

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