2014 | Real Estate

Three Bethesda, Chevy Chase Homes among Area’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold Last Year

The Montgomery County home prices ranged from $7.3 million to $8.6 million, while the most expensive home sold for $20 million in Dupont Circle

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Two homes in Bethesda and a condo in Chevy Chase were among the 10 most expensive homes sold last year in the Washington, D.C., area, according to real estate statistics compiled by MRIS, the leading multiple listing service in the region.

Coming in at fourth on the list is the penthouse at Parc Somerset in Chevy Chase, which sold for a whopping $8.65 million, breaking the record for the most expensive condo ever sold in the region, which it previously set in 2012 when it sold for $7.95 million.

The Penthouse at Parc Somerset (images above via MRIS)

A stately home with nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms at 5104 Moorland Lane in Bethesda’s Edgemoor neighborhood was fifth on the list. It sold for $8.55 million.

The home at Moorland Lane in Edgemoor.

The other Montgomery County residence to make the list is a 10,000-square-foot house at 6800 Hillmead Road in Bethesda, which sold for $7.35 million and came in at sixth. The home sits on a 2.85-acre lot and amenities include an outdoor tennis court and swimming pool in addition to six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

This home on Hillmead Road in Bethesda came in at sixth on the list.

The other homes that made the list were located in the District, except for the second most expensive home, an $18.6 million historical home near Mount Vernon in Alexandria, Va. Coming in at No. 1 is Dupont Circle’s Patterson Mansion. The mansion sold for $20 million and was purchased by Bethesda-based developer SB Urban, which plans to convert it into small (less than 400 square feet) apartment units.

The number one and two most expensive homes were in Dupont Circle (left) and Alexandria (right).


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