on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 at 7:04am.
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The most expensive homes in December are truly a feast for the eyes. Beginning with 16th St. Heights is a majestic Victorian. Located at 1412 Delafield Place NW, you’ll instantly fall in love with its wraparound porch, updated eat-in kitchen and lower level in-laws suite. It’s valued at just over $1 million.
Further north in Chevy Chase is 2715 Tennyson St NW. This home is valued at $2.75 million and includes over 6,500 sq. feet of living space. It’s right next door to Rock Creek Park and all of the trails and even has an electric car charging port. It’s a must-see for any contemporary family.
In Cleveland Park lies 3401 Newark St NW. This classic home sits on an elevated corner lot with high ceilings and tall windows, lighting the entire interior. The home, which is on the market for $3.4 million, has an open floor plan, huge backyard and separate studio with half bath. There’s also a luxurious master suite.
Crestwood’s most expensive home is located at 5000 16th St. NW. On the market for $2.3 million, this contemporary style home has all the latest amenities. Not to mention, if you decide to purchase this home you’re getting a whopping six-bedroom home with a carriage house studio. It’s like two homes in one!
Georgetown brings us to 3425 Prospect St. NW — a $6.9 million, Federal-style home. There are nine bedrooms in this mansion, which has a large historical background. It was built back in 1797 by John Mason, nephew of George Mason. There are also 11 bathrooms in this stupendous home.
1835 Lamont St. NW in Mount Pleasant is a Victorian currently on sale for approximately $1.5 million. The property is currently configured as a four-unit investment property for sale. Tenants would be responsible for window A/C units and utilities. This home requires a 24-hour notice to be shown, so be sure to act accordingly.
In the Palisades, the $3.2 million-dollar home at 2427 Chain Bridge Rd NW includes 10-foot ceilings, a chef’s kitchen and a multi-level deck that leads to a pool. You’ll have all the privacy in the world in this neighborhood and it’s only just minutes from Georgetown.
912 F St. NW #505 is a condo in the Penn Quarter/Chinatown neighborhood valued at approximately $2.5 million. Buy this unit and you’ll be in the heart of downtown D.C. It’s perfect for entertaining and the building is also pet-friendly.
Finally, the Colonial at 4930 Illinois Ave NW in Petworth is a must-see. It’s the best deal in this list at $960,000 and is a four-bedroom, 3.5 bath spacious and modern row house. There’s an open floor plan, recessed lighting, a finished basement, wet bar and more.
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