Dec 7, 2023 - Real Estate

Five most expensive home sales in the DMV in November

The exterior facade view of a white, contemporary-style home.

2838 Chesterfield Pl. NW. Photo courtesy of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties

Some of the DMV's most expensive home sales last month had star factor, with prior dwellers including a former first lady and a Wizards legend.

By the numbers: The median sales price for a D.C.-area home is $568,000, but November's top home sales don't even come close, says Bright MLS.

#5: $6,000,0000

Where: Forest Hills, 2838 Chesterfield Pl. NW

Peek inside: Six bedrooms, seven baths, 7,716 square feet.

  • Plus: A roof deck, elevator, and two-car garage.

#4: $6,800,000

Where: McLean, 6455 Kedleston Ct.

Peek inside: Six bedrooms, seven-and-a-half baths, 13,450 square feet.

  • Plus: An au-pair suite, wine room, screening room, gym, heated floors, eight fireplaces, 52-foot-long saltwater pool, pool house, and elevator.

#3: $7,750,000

Where: Great Falls, 10509 Beach Mill Rd.

Peek inside: Four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, 4,216 square feet.

  • Plus: The real draw — over 21 acres in Fairfax County (a slice of which appears to already be for sale for $2,500,000).

#2: $9,185,000

The view of the exterior facade of a large white home and its yard.
8913 Holly Leaf Ln. Photo courtesy of Raul Rivero of riv photo + film.

Where: Bethesda, 8913 Holly Leaf Ln.

Peek inside: Six bedrooms, nine baths, 13,482 square feet.

#1: $15,100,000

The view of the exterior facade of a large, traditional home in Georgetown.
3017, 3009, and 3003 N St. NW. Photo courtesy of Sean Shanahan

Where: Georgetown, 3017, 3009 and 3003 N St. NW

Peek inside: 13 bedrooms, 15-and-a-half baths, 15,364 square feet.

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