WASHINGTON — The 10 most-expensive residential sales in the D.C. region in April ranged from $2.95 million paid for a 1,700-square-foot, two-bedroom City Center condo with a 955-square-foot private terrace, to $5.25 million paid for a three-story, six-bedroom Federal in Georgetown’s historic East Village with a garden, pool and outdoor kitchen.
The suburbs outpaced the city for last month’s share of the most-expensive homes sold, with five of the top 10 in McLean, one in Bethesda and four in the District.
The 10 most-expensive residential sales in the D.C. metro had a combined sales volume of $35.4 million.
Here are the 10 most-expensive residential retail sales, courtesy of Bright MLS.
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