A compilation of the most expensive homes sold in May 2017 in key D.C. neighborhoods.
An array of gorgeous homes were sold last month in key neighborhoods around D.C. These are the most expensive homes sold.
16th Street Heights
16th St. Heights, a Craftsman home sold at $1.25 million, just under the asking price. The expansive home is five bedrooms, perfect for families, much like many in the area.
In Chevy Chase, a four bedroom, four full bath Colonial sold at $1.6 million. Just blocks from Western Ave. and all the shopping and retail of Friendship Heights, the home is in an extremely walkable area.
No detail was overlooked in this Cleveland Park home that sold for $1,995,000. The light-filled home features a custom chef's grade kitchen, separate dining room, well-appointed master suite, and numerous upgrades and amenities. Completing this offering is a large fenced-in rear yard, front yard with covered porch and three car off-street parking.
In Crestwood, a $1.57 million Carriage House sold with five bedrooms. The 97-year-old sprawling home is perfect for the many families spilling into Crestwood by the day. Lots of land, a gazebo and fireplace make this a spectacular find on Varnum St.
Georgetown’s most expensive home sold was a $6.75 million Colonial. It sits stately on Q St. with a whopping seven car parking deck. Large entertaining rooms and natural sunlight abound this 6 bedroom, 6.5 bath home.
The most expensive home in Petworth sold was a $975,000 traditional home on Quincy St. NW. This open floor plan with a breakfast bar and granite countertops was a truly great find—this isn’t the last home like this in Petworth.