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Inside the D.C.-area’s most expensive homes for sale

With the help of Rockville-based multiple-listing service MRIS, we compiled a list of some of the most expensive homes for sale in the Washington area.

This month, the most expensive new listings include a mansion with 19 bathrooms, a mix of traditional and contemporary homes and several properties with Potomac River views.

• 9410 Piscataway Lane, Great Falls, Va.

$7.18 million

Agent: Becky Wang, Gentle-Lead Real Estate

Built in 2014, this 14,500-square-foot brick home has 8 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, an elevator and a four-car garage. The grounds include an infinity-edge swimming pool, patios, landscaped areas and woods. The house has balconies, decks and an outdoor living room off the kitchen, family room and breakfast area. In addition to formal rooms, the mansion includes a library, a home theater, a wine cellar, a sauna and a separate apartment for guests.

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• 6 Kalorama Circle NW, Washington

$5.75 million

Agent: Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This six-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence in Kalorama includes formal living and dining rooms, a conservatory, a family room with 11-foot-high ceilings and a deck with views of the city. The home, built in 1930, has four stories, four fireplaces, an elevator and a master suite with two bathrooms. The grounds include gardens, terraces and a detached four-car garage.

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• 2220 Q St. NW, Washington

$4.5 million

Agent: David Getson and Mandy Mills, Compass

This Kalorama residence, located on a private alley between 21st and 22nd streets NW, is one of the city’s more usual homes. The four-story contemporary-style residence includes more than 2,000 square feet of outdoor space with a heated rooftop swimming pool and roof deck. The house has an 18-foot-tall entrance with a waterfall and a koi pond, an elevator, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The 5,220-square-foot home also has three fireplaces and an open floor plan.

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• 9905 Bentcross Dr., Potomac, Md.

$4.295 million

Agent: Marc Fleisher and Michael Kay, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This estate, which rests on nearly three acres, has nearly 28,500 finished square feet on four levels with nine bedrooms and 19 bathrooms. The residence has an elevator, eight fireplaces, a two-story gallery and foyer for entertaining, formal and informal rooms and details such as marble flooring and custom-designed moldings. The home has an indoor swimming pool and the grounds include landscaped gardens and a sport court.

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• 3614 Prospect St. NW, Washington

$4.295 million

Agent: Marc Fleisher and Daniel Hynes, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty

This Federal-style Georgetown rowhouse, recently transformed by Petra Development, has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and a fireplace. The 4,224-square-foot house has 11-foot-high ceilings on the main living level, walls of glass and two terraces, including one on the roof. The terraces and most rooms have views of the Potomac River and Key Bridge. The property comes with a one-car garage.

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• 39881 Snickersville Pike, Middleburg, Va.

$3.5 million

Agent: Jock Reuter, Reuters Real Estate

This Middleburg estate rests on nearly 80 acres with a lake, a spring-fed pond and parklike grounds. The French country-style house has nearly 10,000 square feet with four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five fireplaces and a flagstone porch, stone-walled patios, a courtyard and a swimming pool. The grounds include a guesthouse with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage and a studio apartment.

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• 601 Fairfax St., #303, Alexandria, Va.

$2.95 million

Agents: William F.X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki, Adam T. Rackliffe, and Christopher R. Leary, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 2014, this condo at the Oronoco in Old Town Alexandria has Potomac River views from most rooms and from a large balcony. The condo has more than 2,000 square feet with an open floor plan, a center-island kitchen with quartz counters and upgraded appliances, two bedrooms and three bathrooms. The unit comes with two garage parking spaces. Amenities in the building include a heated swimming pool, a fitness center and concierge services.

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• 1881 Nash St., #2309, Arlington, Va.

$2.95 million

Agent: Julie Zelaska, Smith & Schnider

This penthouse in Turnberry Tower, previously listed at $3.4 million, includes a wraparound terrace overlooking the Potomac River and Georgetown. A private elevator leads directly into this contemporary-style condo, which has an open floor plan with glass doors connecting several rooms to the terrace. The owners are selling the unit fully furnished. The condo has 2,655 square feet with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Condo amenities include an indoor swimming pool, concierge services, a fitness center and valet parking.

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• 3523 Valley St., Arlington, Va.

$2.895 million

Agent: Karen Close, Century 21 New Millennium

Built in 2007, this stone Colonial-style house has 7,000 square feet with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The home has four fireplaces, an elevator, a formal dining room, a formal living room, a library, a family room and 10-foot-high ceilings. The property has a covered stone patio, a three-car garage and landscaped grounds.

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• 11304 Seneca Cir., Great Falls, Va.

$2.75 million

Agent: Christine Fraley, Keller Williams Realty

Built in 2008, this custom-designed home rests on 2.24 acres and has more than 7,400 finished square feet. Inside there are embassy-size rooms for formal entertaining, 12-foot-high ceilings, French doors, two fireplaces, an elevator and two first-floor master suites. The residence has a total of six bedrooms and five bathrooms, a three-car garage and unfinished spaces for a media room, wine cellar and more.

Source: washingtonpost.com