Although the luxury Washington DC market has been thriving for awhile now, the past 12 months or so have been extraordinarily hot for some of Washington DC’s most elite properties. And earlier this week, Urban Turf reported DC’s most expensive home on the market just went under contract, which originally hit the market back in March for a cool $22 million.
The home, called the Fessenden House, is a spectacular 22,000 square-foot mansion in Forest Hills that features just about anything you can possibly imagine, from 7 bedroom and 11-and-a-half bathrooms to immaculate grounds that also include sport courts and an outdoor pool and pool house.
Prior to the sale, the most expensive residential sale of 2015 was a $6.3 million home in Cleveland Park, excluding multi-unit sales of course. So, now that the Fessenden House is officially off the market, what takes over as Washington DC’s priciest home?Well, aside from an incredible penthouse unit over at the Residences at the Ritz Carlton that's on the market for $13,950,000, there's also a stunning 10,300 square-foot estate over in Massachusetts Heights with a listing price of $12,000,000. For a closer look at these and some of Washington DC's other ultra-luxurious properties currently for sale, have a look at the featured MLS listings below!
Browse Washington DC's Most Expensive Homes For Sale - ALWAYS UPDATED!
- 5 Beds
- 7 Baths
- 8,837 SqFt