Most Expensive Homes Sold | June 2017
Posted by Nate Ward on Monday, July 3rd, 2017 at 1:28pm.
A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in June 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.
The month of June was a wildly successful month as far as home sales. The most expensive homes sold in some key areas are all unique and different and boasting their own spectacular amenities.
16th Street Heights
In 16th St. Heights, 1626 Nicholson St. NW sold for $850,000. It includes a whopping FIVE bedrooms, three full baths and one half bath. The Colonial style home was built in 1928 and is just steps to Rock Creek Park. The large deck is beautifully serene and the two-car garage is perfect for busy families.
Moving on to Chevy Chase, 3718 Ingomar St. NW sold for $1.38 million. The truly gorgeous Dutch Colonial is close to Military Rd. and Connecticut Ave. It’s elegance from the outside doesn’t even do it justice for the inside—there’s a sun room, den and is impeccably landscaped. There’s also a new master suite on the attic level.
In Cleveland Park, 3513 34th St. NW, a five-bedroom, five full bathroom home sold for just over $2 million. The luxurious 1929 Tudor includes high ceilings and just exquisite detailing. Spacious dining and living rooms are perfect for entertaining. Crown molding, fireplaces and a finished attic make this one truly a home to remember.
Crestwood’s most expensive home sold in June was located at 1743 Webster St. NW. Closing at $1.5 million, this beautiful Tudor style home has seven bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths. There are not one but two kitchens in this beautiful home, located in a quiet corner of Crestwood. For the green thumbs out there, the home features a backyard garden.
Over in Georgetown, 1314 28th St. NW sold for nearly $5 million. The Federal style home with six bedrooms includes seven fireplaces for those cozy winter evenings. The home is based just off Wisconsin Ave. and minutes from everything the heart of Georgetown has to offer.
Finally, our tour of most expensive homes sold in June stops in Petworth. 431 Quincy St. NW’s contemporary home is a shell—the new owners are using it to create their own masterpiece. The property sold for $650,000 and plans are in the works to turn it into condos.
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