10 most expensive condos for sale in the DC area

WASHINGTON — Two of the 10 most expensive residential sales in the D.C. metro area in March were condos, and demand for multimillion dollar condominiums is growing. With that in mind, here are the 10 most expensive condos currently on the market in the D.C. area.

The listings range from a $10 million Georgetown penthouse with Potomac River views of the Kennedy Center to a $4.4 million Bethesda condo at The Lauren, a newly constructed high rise.

Eight of the 10 most expensive condos on the market in the D.C. metro are in the District, with the other two in Bethesda and Arlington, respectively.

10. $4.4 million 4901 Hampden Lane, Unit 603, Bethesda, Maryland This 2016 condominium has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
9. $4.5 million 1111 24th Street NW, Unit 9C, Washington, D.C. This newly built condominium in the West End has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
8. $5.4 million 2425 L Street NW, Unit 700, Washington, D.C. This 2006 West End penthouse has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
7. $5.7 million 3303 Water Street NW, Unit 8H, Washington, D.C. This 2004 condominium has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
6. $6.5 million 1055 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Unit 4E, Washington, D.C. This 2014 Georgeotwn condo has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
5. $6.5 million 2501 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Unit PH2B, Washington, D.C. This 2009 condominium has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
4. $7 million 1881 Nash Street, Unit TS01, Arlington, Virginia This 2009 Arlington penthouse has three bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
3. $7.7 million 1155 23rd Street, Unit PH3E, Washington, D.C. This 2000 West End condo in a high-rise building has three bedrooms, five full bathrooms and a half-bathroom. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
2. $7.9 million 2660 Connecticut Ave. NW, Unit 7C, Washington, D.C. This 2017 condo in Woodley Park has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a half-bathroom. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
1. $10 million 3150 South Street, Unit PH2A, Washington, D.C. This 2003 Georgetown penthouse with Potomac River views of the Kennedy Center has four bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths. (Courtesy MRIS) (MRIS)
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