Photos: DC’s most expensive July home sale goes for full $14M price

10. $3.4 million
6912 Benjamin St.
McLean, Virginia This 2008 build in Langley Forest covers over 10,000 square feet and has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. It had been on the market for over five months. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
9. $3.55 million
2703 Dumbarton St. NW
Washington, D.C. Located in Georgetown, this townhouse has five bedrooms and five bathrooms and was on the market for about 3 and a half months. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
8. $3.6 million
4404 W St. NW
Washington, D.C. This six-bedroom, 6 1/2-bathroom detached home sold in just over two months. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
7. $3.895 million
2950 Chain Bridge Road NW
Washington, D.C. Located in D.C.’s Kent neighborhood, this 7,400-square-foot custom build includes five bedrooms and 6 1/2 bathrooms. Other features of this traditional stone home include 10-foot ceilings, a gourmet kitchen and a garden. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
6. $3.975 million
5025 Lowell St. NW
Washington, D.C. This four-story home in Kent sits on a half-acre lot. Features include five bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, fully furnished basement and a heated saltwater pool. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
5. $4.1 million
1173 Dolley Madison Blvd.
McLean, Virginia Covering nearly 16,000 square feet, this home includes six bedrooms; seven bathrooms, three half-baths, a library, elevator, new pool (and pool house) and a catering kitchen, as well as marble and hardwood floors. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
4. $4.15 million
2118 Leroy Place NW
Washington, D.C. Previously used as an embassy, this nearly 12,000-square-foot Kalorama rowhouse has 27 bedrooms, three bathrooms and three half-baths. Other features include a two-car garage and private garden. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
3. $4.7 million
3104 Dumbarton St. NW
Washington, D.C. Located in Georgetown, this 4,400-square-foot townhouse features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, two half-baths, high ceilings, hardwood floors and a two-car garage. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
2. $12.5 million
801 Turkey Run Road
McLean, Virginia At over 14,000 square feet, this French-inspired home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and four half-baths. Notable features include a five-car garage, an elevator, a steam shower, surveillance system and pool. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)
1. $14 million
2817 Woodland Drive NW
Washington, D.C. On the market for seven weeks, the D.C. area’s most expensive home sale was this Woodley Park house, which features over 7,700 square feet of finished space that includes seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and three half-baths. It was built in 1962 and renovated in 1995. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)

WASHINGTON — The most expensive residential real estate sale in the Washington metro last month sold for full $14 million asking price and was on the market for just seven weeks, a considerably fast sale for a home in that lofty price range.

The 7,700-square-foot, seven-bedroom Woodley Park Home, at 2817 Woodland Drive NW, listed May 31. The sale closed July 20, according to listing service Bright MLS.

The buyer was the Kingdom of Morocco, according to the Washington Business Journal, which reported the home was previously owned by Mandell Ourisman, the late chairman of Ourisman Automotive Group.

The only other eight-figure sale in July was a six-bedroom Chateau-style home on two acres in McLean, Virginia, which sold for $12.5 million, $500,000 below its list price.

Seven of the 10 most expensive residential sales in the Washington metro last month were in the District.

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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