Photos: Most Expensive DC-area Homes Sold in August

WASHINGTON — A stately, all-brick home at 8301 River Road in Bethesda, Maryland, was the most expensive residential real estate sale in the D.C. region in August.

Listing service Bright MLS says the seven-bedroom, seven-bath, three-story home sold in just two weeks on the market for its full list price of $5.1 million.

The D.C. region’s 10 most expensive residential sales in August ranged from $2.9 million to $5.1 million. The District, which usually dominates the list of most expensive sales each month, accounted for just three of last month’s 10 most expensive sales.

See photos of August’s 10 most expensive residential sales in the area, courtesy of Bright MLS:

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10. $2.9 million
\n2121 S Street NW
\nWashington, D.C.\n

This traditional-style attached row house in Northwest D.C. boasts four bedrooms, two half-baths and five bedrooms. Built in 2003, the property went on the market in March. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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9. $3 million
\n39881 Snickersville Turnpike
\nMiddleburg, Virginia\n

Located in Loudoun County, this French country-style has five bathrooms, two full baths and four bedrooms. The home was built in 1982. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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8. $3 million
\n8603 York Manor Way
\nPotomac, Maryland\n

This 1998-built colonial in Montgomery County went on the market in April. It boasts seven bathrooms, two half-baths and seven bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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7. $3.05 million
\n6419 Shadow Road
\nChevy Chase, Maryland\n

Located in Chevy Chase, this six-bedroom colonial has four bathrooms and two half-baths. The home was built in 1962. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"ad","media":"

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6. $3.15 million
\n1196 Janneys Lane
\nAlexandria, Virginia\n

Located in Alexandria, this five-bedroom, traditional-style home, built in 1939, has five bathrooms and one half-bath. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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5. $3.27 million
\n7690 Ballestrade Court
\nMcLean, Virginia\n

This 2006-built French country-style home in Fairfax County boasts eight bathrooms, three half-baths and eight bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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4. $3.75 million
\n1401 Highland Farm Court
\nPotomac, Maryland\n

Built in 2002, this colonial-style manse in Potomac boasts nine bedrooms, four half-baths and eight bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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3. $3.975 million
\n1339 29th Street
\nWashington, D.C.\n

Built in 1802, this Northwest D.C. federal-style home has four bedrooms, two half-baths and seven bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"ad","media":"

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2. $4 million
\n3241 R Street
\nWashington, D.C.\n

This 1900-built Northwest D.C. colonial has three bedrooms, two half-baths and five bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""},{"type":"photo","media":"

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1. $5.1 million
\n8301 River Road
\nBethesda, Maryland\n

Located in Bethesda, this 1991-built international-style home boasts seven bathrooms, two half-baths and seven bedrooms. (Courtesy MRIS, a Bright MLS)\n","ampmedia":"\n\n\t\t","alt":""}], previews: [{"index":0,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_10-260x174.jpg"},{"index":1,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_9-260x174.jpg"},{"index":2,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_8-260x174.jpg"},{"index":3,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_7-260x174.jpg"},{"index":5,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_6-260x174.jpg"},{"index":6,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_5-260x174.jpg"},{"index":7,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_4-260x174.jpg"},{"index":8,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_3-260x174.jpg"},{"index":10,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_2-260x174.jpg"},{"index":11,"src":"http:\/\/wtop.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/09\/090717_homes_1-260x174.jpg"}], prev: "\t", next: "\t" };

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