Most expensive DC-area homes sold in April 2017

10. $2.95 million 925 H St. NW, Unit 804 Washington, D.C. Built in 2013, this downtown condo has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a half-bath, 1,700 square feet of interior, a 955-square-foot terrace and customized details throughout. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
10. $2.95 million

925 H St. NW, Unit 804
Washington, D.C.

Built in 2013, this downtown condo has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a half-bath, 1,700 square feet of interior, a 955-square-foot terrace and customized details throughout.

9. $2.96 million 7021 Wilson Lane Bethesda, Maryland This new construction sits on a half-acre fenced lot and has three finished levels. It also features a gourmet kitchen, owner's wing, eight bedroom suites, nine full bathrooms, two half-baths, an elevator, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a theater, a three-car garage, multiple balconies and geothermal energy. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
9. $2.96 million

7021 Wilson Lane
Bethesda, Maryland

This new construction sits on a half-acre fenced lot and has three finished levels. It also features a gourmet kitchen, owner’s wing, eight bedroom suites, nine full bathrooms, two half-baths, an elevator, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a theater, a three-car garage, multiple balconies and geothermal energy. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS/Sean Shanahan)

8. $3.05 million 6816 Wemberly Way McLean, Virginia This stone-and-brick manor is a new construction and offers approximately 7,500 square feet. It has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths. Other features include a theater, furniture-grade built-ins and copper gutters. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
8. $3.05 million

6816 Wemberly Way
McLean, Virginia

This stone-and-brick manor is a new construction and offers approximately 7,500 square feet. It has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths. Other features include a theater, furniture-grade built-ins and copper gutters.

7. $3.15 million 1317 Kirby Road McLean, Virginia This 2016 home is another new construction and has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features in this custom home include a chef’s kitchen, custom built-ins, a four-car garage, a two-story foyer with curved staircase, a wine cellar and a water feature. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
7. $3.15 million

1317 Kirby Road
McLean, Virginia

This 2016 home is another new construction and has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features in this custom home include a chef’s kitchen, custom built-ins, a four-car garage, a two-story foyer with curved staircase, a wine cellar and a water feature. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS/Nathan Stewart)

6. $3.225 million 870 Alvermar Ridge Drive McLean, Virginia Sitting on a nearly 1-acre flat lot, this 2002 home has over 9,000 square feet of interior that includes eight bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include a chef’s kitchen, flex spaces, an au pair suite and a luxury master suite. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
6. $3.225 million

870 Alvermar Ridge Drive
McLean, Virginia

Sitting on a nearly 1-acre flat lot, this 2002 home has over 9,000 square feet of interior that includes eight bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include a chef’s kitchen, flex spaces, an au pair suite and a luxury master suite. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS/Nathan Stewart)

5. $3.3 million 2970 Chain Bridge Road NW Washington, D.C. Built in 2003, this custom Italianite mansion has five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include imported Brazilian wood flooring, eight-zone heating, a two-car garage with electric elevators, a generator, a safe room and a sauna. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
5. $3.3 million

2970 Chain Bridge Road NW
Washington, D.C.

Built in 2003, this custom Italianite mansion has five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include imported Brazilian wood flooring, eight-zone heating, a two-car garage with electric elevators, a generator, a safe room and a sauna. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

4. $3.4 million 6700 Lupine Lane McLean, Virginia This new build on a 1-acre lot has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include Shoenbek lighting fixtures, an elevator, a chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom built-ins, a paneled library and marble countertops. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
4. $3.4 million

6700 Lupine Lane
McLean, Virginia

This new build on a 1-acre lot has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include Shoenbek lighting fixtures, an elevator, a chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom built-ins, a paneled library and marble countertops. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

3. $3.625 million 4838 Rockwood Parkway NW Washington, D.C. This 1951 Colonial on Rockwood Parkway has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a half-bath. It features entertaining rooms on the main level, a finished lower level and a back garden with terrace and pool. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
3. $3.625 million

4838 Rockwood Parkway NW
Washington, D.C.

This 1951 Colonial on Rockwood Parkway has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a half-bath. It features entertaining rooms on the main level, a finished lower level and a back garden with terrace and pool. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

2. $4.5 million 7100 Benjamin St. McLean, Virginia This new build of nearly 10,000 square feet sits on a 1-acre flat lot and has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include a master bedroom with a private porch, a main-level bedroom suite and a library with 12-foot ceiling. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
2. $4.5 million

7100 Benjamin St.
McLean, Virginia

This new build of nearly 10,000 square feet sits on a 1-acre flat lot and has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include a master bedroom with a private porch, a main-level bedroom suite and a library with 12-foot ceiling. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS/Nathan Stewart)

1. $5.25 million 1525 29th Street NW Washington, D.C. Built in 1964, this three-story, six-bedroom Federal in Georgetown's historic East Village has five bathrooms, a half-bath and four-car parking. Features include a garden with outdoor kitchen, a pool, a lower-level family room with a bar, an exercise room and wine cellar. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
1. $5.25 million

1525 29th Street NW
Washington, D.C.

Built in 1964, this three-story, six-bedroom Federal in Georgetown’s historic East Village has five bathrooms, a half-bath and four-car parking. Features include a garden with outdoor kitchen, a pool, a lower-level family room with a bar, an exercise room and wine cellar. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

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10. $2.95 million 925 H St. NW, Unit 804 Washington, D.C. Built in 2013, this downtown condo has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a half-bath, 1,700 square feet of interior, a 955-square-foot terrace and customized details throughout. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
9. $2.96 million 7021 Wilson Lane Bethesda, Maryland This new construction sits on a half-acre fenced lot and has three finished levels. It also features a gourmet kitchen, owner's wing, eight bedroom suites, nine full bathrooms, two half-baths, an elevator, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a theater, a three-car garage, multiple balconies and geothermal energy. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
8. $3.05 million 6816 Wemberly Way McLean, Virginia This stone-and-brick manor is a new construction and offers approximately 7,500 square feet. It has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths. Other features include a theater, furniture-grade built-ins and copper gutters. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
7. $3.15 million 1317 Kirby Road McLean, Virginia This 2016 home is another new construction and has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features in this custom home include a chef’s kitchen, custom built-ins, a four-car garage, a two-story foyer with curved staircase, a wine cellar and a water feature. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
6. $3.225 million 870 Alvermar Ridge Drive McLean, Virginia Sitting on a nearly 1-acre flat lot, this 2002 home has over 9,000 square feet of interior that includes eight bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include a chef’s kitchen, flex spaces, an au pair suite and a luxury master suite. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
5. $3.3 million 2970 Chain Bridge Road NW Washington, D.C. Built in 2003, this custom Italianite mansion has five bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include imported Brazilian wood flooring, eight-zone heating, a two-car garage with electric elevators, a generator, a safe room and a sauna. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
4. $3.4 million 6700 Lupine Lane McLean, Virginia This new build on a 1-acre lot has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Features include Shoenbek lighting fixtures, an elevator, a chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, custom built-ins, a paneled library and marble countertops. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
3. $3.625 million 4838 Rockwood Parkway NW Washington, D.C. This 1951 Colonial on Rockwood Parkway has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a half-bath. It features entertaining rooms on the main level, a finished lower level and a back garden with terrace and pool. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
2. $4.5 million 7100 Benjamin St. McLean, Virginia This new build of nearly 10,000 square feet sits on a 1-acre flat lot and has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-baths. Features include a master bedroom with a private porch, a main-level bedroom suite and a library with 12-foot ceiling. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
1. $5.25 million 1525 29th Street NW Washington, D.C. Built in 1964, this three-story, six-bedroom Federal in Georgetown's historic East Village has five bathrooms, a half-bath and four-car parking. Features include a garden with outdoor kitchen, a pool, a lower-level family room with a bar, an exercise room and wine cellar. (Photo courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

WASHINGTON — The 10 most-expensive residential sales in the D.C. region in April ranged from $2.95 million paid for a 1,700-square-foot, two-bedroom City Center condo with a 955-square-foot private terrace, to $5.25 million paid for a three-story, six-bedroom Federal in Georgetown’s historic East Village with a garden, pool and outdoor kitchen.

The suburbs outpaced the city for last month’s share of the most-expensive homes sold, with five of the top 10 in McLean, one in Bethesda and four in the District.

The 10 most-expensive residential sales in the D.C. metro had a combined sales volume of $35.4 million.

Here are the 10 most-expensive residential retail sales, courtesy of Bright MLS.

Jeff Clabaugh

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.

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