Looking for the perfect holiday gift? How about surprising your loved one with a house! Whether you’re Santa Baby or can barely afford a lump of coal, there’s something on the market for you (no really…there’s a house on the market for a dollar!). Check out the most expensive, least expensive and most popular homes for sale in your area below. Be prepared to sign your ‘X’ on the line!
Most Expensive: 490 W Paces Ferry Rd NW
Price Tag: $19,900,000
Listed by: Mark Bhaggan, Atlanta Fine Homes Sothebys International
This house has made several on-screen appearances. It was used as a set for the latest Three Stooges movie, it was Bill Murray’s home in the 2009 film “Zombieland,” and it appeared on an episode of MTV’s “Teen Cribs” and HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms.” The owner is Lee Najjar, better known as “Big Poppa,” the romantic interest of Kim Zolciak on “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” The home comes with all the perks, including a hair and nail salon, basketball court, movie theater and seven – yes seven – kitchens.
Least Expensive: 873 N EUGENIA Pl NW #2
Price Tag: $10
Listed by: Mickey Stieber, Solid Source Realty Inc.
This home is being sold for ten dollars –no, you didn’t misread that! For less than the cost of filling up your gas tank, you can purchase this two bedroom, one bath home in the Grove Park area of Atlanta. It’s difficult to tell what kind of condition the inside is in, as it has been boarded up and there are no disclosures from the seller. But when you’re only spending ten dollars, you can’t be too picky.
Most Popular: 2206 Edison Ave
Price Tag: $400,000
Listed by: Rhonda Duffy, Duffy Realty
This 1930 Tudor-style bungalow rests in the desirable Peachtree Hills community. The nearby Rivers Elementary School has received a five-star parent rating from GreatSchools, and the middle and high schools nearby have received four-star ratings. Homes in the best school districts generally sell fast, so if you’re interested, you better get in touch with a Redfin agent as soon as possible!
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Most Expensive: 12400 Cedar St
Price Tag: $15,000,000
Listed by: Amy Mills, Realty Austin
This estate is more than 15,000 square feet and sits on six acres that overlook Lake Travis. It has a highly recognizable rotunda that can be seen from afar. The lucky recipient of this gift will live the luxe life with a wine cellar, theater, media room, game room, entertainment bar, fitness center, massage room and indoor basketball court. Outside, there’s an infinity pool with a water slide!
Least Expensive: 2124 Burton Dr #205
Price Tag: $25,000
Listed by: Johan Borge, e-Executive Realty
Like many of the least expensive homes on our list, this property is a short sale. From the looks of it, someone didn’t have time to clean before taking listing photos. According to the mortgage payment calculator, with a 30 year fixed mortgage, this condo would only cost you $88 a month (plus HOA dues of $220). At that price it might be worth it just to use the pool during a hot summer day in Austin.
Most Popular: 2009 Hopi Trl
Price Tag: $650,000
Listed by: Linda Picazo, Realty Austin
This 1940’s Tarry Town cottage has tons of charm on a very desirable street. There are hardwood floors and lots of natural light throughout. The master bedroom has a private patio and courtyard accessible through a back door. The home sits on a mature and private lot with beautiful greenery and soaring trees, in a peaceful neighborhood that is convenient to shopping, restaurants and entertaining.
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Most Expensive: 622 PONTE VILLAS NORTH
Price Tag: $8,500,000
Listed by: Karen Hubble Bisbee, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
This 9,000 square foot town home is right on the harbor, with panoramic vistas across the water. It has state-of-the-art smart house technology, a gourmet kitchen, home theater, sauna, game room, walls of glass, 5-stop elevator, multiple decks and a 75 foot rooftop deck with a spa.
Least Expensive: 1932 MCHENRY St
Price Tag: $1,000
Listed by: Jay Day, Keller Williams Select Realtors of Ellicott City
For $1,000 you will get two properties, which are $500 each. This is an all-brick end unit row house with a front and back yard. It has two bedrooms, one bath, and is located in the Pratt Monroe area of Baltimore. Offers are being accepted until Dec. 17, so you better get on that!
Most Popular: 1731 GOUGH St
Price Tag: $180,000
Listed by: Creig Northrop, Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.
This spacious Fells Point home offers more than 2,000 square feet of living space and off-street parking. It has hardwood floors, a living room with a wood burning stove, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, master bedroom with a sitting room and private bath, and a third floor bonus room. Not to mention an enclosed rear patio and rooftop deck with scenic views.
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Most Expensive: 211 Commonwealth Ave
Price Tag: $16,500,000
Listed by: Beth Dickerson, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
This historic mansion on Commonwealth Avenue has 14 fireplaces…which might get a little confusing for Santa! With 11 bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms, and 5 half baths, there’s plenty of room for the whole family to stay during the holidays. The home is located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood and includes a private garden, rooftop terrace, and five car garage!
Least Expensive: 38 Moreland St #1
Price Tag: $60,599
Listed by: Abner Joseph, Advanced Realty Company
This brownstone can be yours for $214 dollars a month with a 30-year fixed mortgage. It needs some TLC but could be worth it! It is located in the Roxbury Crossing area, not far from downtown. It was purchased in 2007 for $105,000, so you’d be getting quite the deal!
Most Popular: 55 Downer Ave #3
Price Tag: $309,000
Listed by: Kerry Dowlin, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
This stunning Jones Hill penthouse condo has a private rooftop deck with terrific water and city views. It has an open floor plan, wonderful kitchen with numerous cabinets, in-unit laundry pantry, two full baths, central air and built-in speakers installed throughout. It’s also a short walk away from the T.
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Most Expensive: 401 N Wabash Ave Ph 89A
Price Tag: $32,000,000
Listed by: Chezi Rafaeli, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
This penthouse is in Trump Tower and comes with all the five-star amenities you’d expect from the “The Donald.” At 1,178 feet above ground, it boasts the title of highest residence in the western hemisphere. It has 360 degree views of the city and lake, which can be enjoyed from floor-to-ceiling 16 foot high windows throughout.
Least Expensive: 6444 S WOLCOTT Ave
Price Tag: $100
Listed by: Michael Olszewski, Area Wide Realty
This home’s price was recently reduced from $1,500 to only $100 dollars. The home can be split into two units with three bedrooms in each unit. It is located in West Englewood near Chicago Midway. The only stipulation: you need to be ready to hold on to it for at least 60 days before selling or transferring the deed.
Most Popular: 78 E ELM St #1
Price Tag: $125,000
Listed by: Alexander Chaparro, Dream Town Realty
This spacious unit offers a large living/dining room combo with a fireplace and hardwood floors throughout. It has two bedrooms with great closet space, and the master bedroom leads to a patio. It is located in the Near North Side, near Chicago Harbor.
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Most Expensive: 4009 W Lawther Dr
Price Tag: $24,900,000
Listed by: Allie Beth Allman, Allie Beth Allman & Assoc.
This 10,511 square foot home is reminiscent of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate in Virginia. It sits on 10 acres overlooking White Rock Lake. With a two-story guesthouse, heated pool, 1950s style bowling alley, putting greens and lighted tennis courts, your guests won’t want to leave!
Least Expensive: 9730 Whitehurst Dr Unit 25A
Price Tag: $10,000
Listed by: Darrin Pennartz, RE/MAX DFW Associates III
This first-floor condo in North Dallas recently dropped in price, from $12,000 to $10,000. There’s a wood-burning fireplace to keep you warm in winter, and a shared pool to keep you cool on hot Dallas days. The condo has one bedroom, one full bath, and a covered parking space.
Most Popular: 9011 Jasmine Ln
Price Tag: $400,000
Listed by: Steven Nieves, Keller Williams Realty Arlington
This Irving home has nearly 4,000 square feet, with four bedrooms, a media room, game room, study and formal living/dining rooms. It has an open floorplan with hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and ceramic tile throughout. The master bedroom is downstairs and includes a sitting area and huge walk-in closet. There’s a large deck in the back, perfect for entertaining.
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Most Expensive: 25 Downing St Ph 1
Price Tag: $10,500,000
Listed by: Jim Nussbaum, The Kentwood Company
This five-bedroom penthouse has unparalleled views of the Rocky Mountains, Denver Country Club, Pike’s Peak and Downtown Denver. It has a total of eight fireplaces, his and hers studies, billiards room, wine cellar and exercise gym. Unique details include a spiral staircase, exquisite lighting fixtures, gold leaf ceilings and Carrera marble countertops.
Least Expensive: 9995 E HARVARD Ave
Price Tag: $42,500
Listed by: Carol Hoffman, Keller Williams DTC
This two-bedroom, one-bath condo is located at the end of the complex, offering more privacy. It has a wood-burning fireplace and a reserved parking space, and is walking distance to Hampden Heights and Hentzel Park. The HOA dues are $375, and include heat, electricity, basic cable, pool access, trash, and water and sewer fees.
Most Popular: 2316 E 5TH Ave
Price Tag: $459,000
Listed by: Joe Manzanares, RE/MAX Leaders
This three bedroom home is located in Cherry Creek North. It is a brick Tudor-style home with room to grow out in the back. The lot size is 5,000 square feet, and the concrete pad in the back is part of the property. All the character has been preserved, including hardwood floors upstairs.
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Most Expensive: 8801 PALM GREENS Ct
Price Tag: $22,500,000
Listed by: Lauren Polan, Coldwell Banker-Pac. Palisades
This European-style estate overlooks the Las Vegas strip. It is approximately 20,000 square feet with eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. It has beautiful carved marble and two hundred year old stained glass imported from European castles and churches. Some of the many special features include an indoor pool, fitness center, steam room and masseuse room. Outside there’s a pool, spa, covered patio, turtle pond and water features. Inside, there’s a theater, library, separate offices and elevator, plus a limo-length garage.
Least Expensive: 1720 W BONANZA Rd #88
Price Tag: $18,000
Listed by: Anthony Maisonet, Elite Realtys
This townhouse style condominium is a short drive to downtown Las Vegas. It is two-stories, with two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, and living room, kitchen and dining room downstairs. It was last purchased in 2006 for $86,500, making the $18,000 dollar price tag look like quite the bargain!
Most Popular: 500 RANCHO Cir
Price Tag: $1,499,000
Listed by: Brian Horner, Real Estate One LLC
This custom-designed “castle” was built in 1945, during the heyday of Las Vegas. It spans 6,121 square feet and includes a backyard with built-in BBQ, swimming pool and covered patio. From the shape of the doorways, to intricately carved cabinets and swinging chandeliers, this home is like no other! It has caught the eye of more than 2,000 Redfin users since it was listed.
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Most Expensive: 350 North CAROLWOOD Dr
Price Tag: $125,000,000
Listed by: Michael Waddington
At $125 million, this estate is the most expensive home in all of Redfin’s service areas. It sits across the street from Walt Disney’s former home, and looks like a chateaux pulled straight out of Versailles. It has 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and a nine-car garage. There’s a formal ballroom that fits 200 people, staff quarters for ten, a 4,000 bottle wine cellar, conference room, massage room, beauty salon, a 3/4 quarter mile jogging track and a 50-person screening room. Castle-like details include gold-embossed leather wall coverings, gold-leaf crowned moldings and ceiling frescos.
Least Expensive: 4058 URSULA Ave
Price Tag: $53,900
Listed by: Michael Winston, Arcstone Properties
This one-bedroom, one-bath co-op property is a second-floor unit with a good-sized balcony. It has a new kitchen, carpeting and paint throughout. There are hardwood floors under the carpet, perfect for some DIY remodeling. There is parking in the rear of building, and a tandem carport. It’s walking distance to Jim Gilliam park.
Most Popular: 1530 ALLESANDRO St
Price Tag: $850,000
Listed by: Ruben Sarinana Jr., Century 21 A Better Service
More than 2,000 people have viewed this listing since it first appeared on December 5. The home is nestled on a unique knoll above the South East boot of the reservoir in Silver Lake. It has a floating cement staircase, fireplace, vaulted ceilings and views to the North and the West. The property is private, with a number of impressive mature trees. The master bedroom has views of the reservoir and Hollywood sign.
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Most Expensive: 2495 RIVIERA Dr
Price Tag: $38,500,000
Listed by: Robert Giem, HOM Sotheby’s International Realty
This is one of only five homes that opens onto the sand in Irvine Cove. With years in design and construction, this sublime abode exudes the ambiance of a private resort. The warmth of the surroundings is reflected in the colors and materials selected for the home, its finishes and fittings. The waves on the shore can be seen from every major room, reinforcing the allure of the oceanfront location.
Least Expensive: 24055 PASEO DEL LAGO #4
Price Tag: $1
Listed by: Cathy Flores, Century 21 Award
It’s true – this home is on the market for only one dollar. However, the HOA dues are $1,718 a month. They include gourmet dinners, housekeeping, all utilities (except phone), and cable TV. The community offers planned activities, entertainment, clubs and more. The studio is located on the fourth floor and includes a built-in Murphy Bed, kitchenette, large walk-in closet and a bath.
Most Popular: 9071 REGATTA Dr
Price Tag: $699,000
Listed by: Lisa Hoover, HOM Sotheby’s International
This four-bedroom home is located in the highly sought-after neighborhood of Fashion Shore. It is enhanced by a spacious backyard with mature palm trees, plantings, and patio areas. It offers generous spaces for indoor and outdoor entertaining. The interior includes a recently renovated kitchen and dining room, cozy fireplace, beautiful hardwood floors throughout, and a convenient attached 2-car garage. This superior location is beach-close, and provides easy access to Eader Elementary and Edison High School, which both have four star ratings from GreatSchools.
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Most Expensive: 130 S 18TH St Unit RC
Price Tag: $15,000,000
Listed by: Marianne Harris, Dranoff Properties
At 10 Rittenhouse Square, this condominium has the ultimate address, overlooking the Square. This one-of-a-kind building with the restored facade of the historic Rittenhouse Mansion can now be yours. This residence offers a private elevator entrance directly into your home from the private lobby or parking garage and an exclusive entrance from Walnut St. It comes with all of the amenities, including 24-hour doormen and concierge, chauffeured Mercedes, valet parking, indoor pool, outdoor garden and courtyard, yoga room, fitness center, guest suite, storage lockers, and room service by Serafina.
Least Expensive: 724 N 48TH St
Price Tag: $750
Listed by: Chataun Porch, Integrity Real Estate Services
This row/townhouse is located in the Mill Creek neighborhood of West Philadelphia. It is two stories, with a master bedroom on the upper level. It was built in 1913 and has crown molding, a brick fireplace, and hardwood floors. It has a total of 980 square feet, with three-bedrooms and one bath.
Most Popular: 6318 WOODBINE Ave
Price Tag: $225,000
Listed by: Michael Cirillo, Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors-Philadelphia
This colonial-style home was built around 1912 and is situated in historic Overbrook Farms. The hall foyer features a stunning chandelier and ceramic tile floors. The west side of the foyer offers a spacious living room with beautiful hardwood floors and wood burning fireplace. The east side hosts an updated eat-in kitchen with granite counters, breakfast room, and a dining room with a chandelier and sconces. The upper two levels host the master suite, which includes a private bath with soaking tub and a shower with seven showerheads. There are a total of seven bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
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Most Expensive: 6240 E Cholla Ln
Price Tag: $15,900,000
Listed by: Walter Danley, Walt Danley Realty
This estate features the finest in craftsmanship and attention to every detail, with imported beams, carved stone, antique pavers, reclaimed wood floors, and European tiles throughout. It has five bedrooms, a guest house, caretakers quarters, maids quarters, a temperature controlled barn, a five-star resort styled-pool, a game room, wine cellar, craft room, exercise room, massage room, numerous fireplaces, lovely fountains, two elevators, and gorgeous views.
Least Expensive: 2827 N 51ST Ave #1105
Price Tag: $16,000
Listed by: Cherra Savage-Brandreth, Silver Mountain Real Estate Group
This one bedroom, one bath condo is located in the Wedgewood Park area of Phoenix. It’s on the market for only $16,000, which means that with a 30-year fixed mortgage, you could own it for $57 permonth, plus $157 dollars in HOA dues. The complex includes access to a shared pool, where you can take a break from the Arizona heat.
Most Popular: 4451 E SPUR Dr
Price Tag: $339,900
Listed by: Tammy Seymour, Platinum Premier Realty, LLC
This four-bedroom home in Tatum Highlands has soaring ceilings, formal living and dining rooms, and a kitchen with an island and breakfast bar. There is a huge master suite downstairs with a walk-in closet, double sinks and separate garden tub/shower. The upstairs has a large game room overlooking the family room. Outside, there’s a covered patio and pool.
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Most Expensive: 5837 NW SKYLINE Blvd
Price Tag: $5,995,000
Listed by: MJ Steen, Windermere/C&C Johnson
According to the listing description, this home is “a blend of the character and comfort of Irish country life with Pacific Northwest style and vitality.” It is only 15 minutes from downtown and is set on 20 beautifully designed acres. The property includes a charming guest house with its own private setting.
Least Expensive: 14964 SE CARUTHERS Ct
Price Tag: $45,000
Listed by: Sally Dillon, Hasson Company Realtors
This one-bedroom, one-bath condo is located in the Centennial area of Portland. It has been remodeled with a new kitchen, woodwork, interior doors, paint and more. The unit includes a back porch and an adjacent tool shed.
Most Popular: 1808 SW LAUREL St
Price Tag: $1,750,000
Listed by: Katie Sengstake, Realty Trust Group, Inc.
This traditional single-family home is located in the sought-after neighborhood of Portland Heights. It is more than 4,000 square feet and has four bedrooms and three baths. Beautiful formal living spaces flow into warm, inviting everyday spaces. The property includes beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces with a patio, deck and large flat yard.
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Most Expensive: 1428 39th St
Price Tag: $2,375,000
Listed by: Kerry Moriarty, Kerry Moriarty Realty
This home was built in 1923, and has only been sold twice in the last 88 years. The home is 8,500 square feet, and has an additional 2,500 square foot finished basement. There’s a gourmet kitchen with a large butler’s pantry, a full bar off of the formal dining room, a large formal living room with a covered deck, and a library/den with fireplace. Outside, there’s a huge club-sized pool, cabana with two full baths, and an in-ground spa.
Least Expensive: 6051 39th Ave
Price Tag: $20,000
Listed by: Hector Rosas, New Light Realty
This two-bedroom, one-bath, single-family home is in a nice location on a tree-lined street. It was built in 1951 and has a total of 938 square feet. It needs some TLC, but after watching a few episodes of “Flip This House,” I’m sure it’s nothing you can’t handle.
Most Popular: 53 Moonlit Cir
Price Tag: $249,000
Listed by: Brian McMartin, BHG Mason-McDuffie Real Estate
This beautiful Greenhaven home is located next to Seymour Park. The living room has stunning vaulted beamed ceilings and a fireplace, and there are wood floors throughout the home. The formal dining room has a wet bar with mini-fridge located off of the kitchen. The kitchen features Corian-style counters and a breakfast nook.
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Most Expensive: 9736 La Jolla Farms Rd
Price Tag: $27,300,000
Listed by: Edward Mracek, Willis Allen Real Estate
This property is the fourth largest oceanfront private parcel in La Jolla Farms. It includes four buildings, with views of La Jolla Cove from all major rooms. There is incredible architectural detail throughout, with exotic woods, faux finishes, incredible volume and indoor/outdoor flow, pool/spa and a one-of-kind home theatre.
Least Expensive: 4040 49th St #1
Price Tag: $40,000
Listed by: JR Thrasher, International Properties
This is an older remodeled unit, perfect as a rental. Some upgrades include granite countertops and maple cabinets in the kitchen, as well as travertine flooring in the kitchen and bath. It is two stories, with one bedroom and one bath.
Most Popular: 11114 Ivy Hill Dr
Price Tag: $549,900
Listed by: Andrew Chance, Smart Real Estate Solutions
This three bedroom home in Deerfield has brand new hardwood floors, travertine surfaces in the master bath, new paint and carpet. The kitchen has a large island with breakfast nook and there are beautiful light and mirror fixtures in the bathrooms. There is a fenced-in backyard with a patio, perfect for grilling.
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Most Expensive: 3800 Washington St
Price Tag: $25,000,000
Listed by: Steven Mavromihalis, Pacific Union International
In the heart of Presidio Heights, this nearly 18,000 square foot majestic home, with adjoining 2,618 square foot guest home and vacant lot, comes with detailed architectural drawings for a full renovation that will make this estate property among the most coveted in the world. The main residence offers an exquisite monumental facade with double marble Palladian staircase, more than 22 rooms, eight bedrooms, seven baths, nine fireplaces, three kitchens, and a spectacular ballroom.
Least Expensive: 4800 3rd St #201
Price Tag: $225,738
Listed by: Linda Harrison, Sotheby’s International Realty
It was difficult to keep up with the “least expensive” homes in San Francisco. As soon as we started to write this blog post, the listing would change to pending. Compared to the least expensive homes in other cities, this isn’t cheap! It just goes to show how hot the San Francisco market is right now. This one bedroom, one bath condo in Bayview is new construction and exclusively for first time homebuyers.
Most Popular: 808 South Van Ness
Price Tag: $998,000
Listed by: Lauren M. Obrien
This adorable Victorian-era home has an iconic San Francisco style and has been viewed more than 9,000 times on Redfin! Although it was built in 1900, it has extensive upgrades, including a concrete foundation, forced air heater, and new roof. The modern kitchen has a breakfast bar, abundant cabinets, granite counter tops, and Viking appliances. It’s located in the vibrant Mission district, walking distance from restaurants, cafes and shops.
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Most Expensive: 9345 Fauntleroy Wy SW Unit H
Price Tag: $15,800,000
Listed by: Susan Gebhardt, Windermere Real Estate/East
This 6,000 square foot estate is located 15 minutes away from downtown Seattle, in a gated enclave of only 12 homes. It has an original 1927 pool-side cabana, a beach side guest cottage, carriage house, sport court, hot tub overlooking Puget Sound and boat moorage. It also comes with 174 feet of sandy beach on the Sound, with views of the Olympic Mountain Range and iconic Seattle ferries.
Least Expensive: 22 John St #9
Price Tag: $68,500
Listed by: Donna Marshall, Asset Realty Group
This studio condo is located in Queen Anne, walking distance to Key Arena and the Space Needle. The co-op has dues of $245 per month, covering taxes, water, sewer, hot water/heat and garbage. The building has a laundry room and community room, and a rooftop deck with view. Cats are welcome – even Colonel Meow!
Most Popular: 7502 Latona Ave NE
Price Tag: $399,000
Listed by: Cara Currey, Windermere RE/Maple Valley
This home is in the sought-after Green Lake neighborhood, just a few blocks from the lake. It has three bedrooms, and a view from the second floor. It was built in 1905 and has nearly 1,200 square feet. There’s a private yard and a detached single car garage. With a little TLC, it could make a great investment.
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Most Expensive: 3101 CHAIN BRIDGE Rd NORTHWEST
Price Tag: $16,125,000
Listed by: Brian Logan, Brian Logan Real Estate
This 15,600 square foot house has seven bedrooms, 10 baths, a ballroom, pool, guest house, gym, maids’ quarters and a dining room that seats 18. It is located on a little over half an acre and overlooks Battery Kemble Park. Details include exquisite light fixtures, crown molding, double-pane windows, multiple balconies and a security system.
Least Expensive: 210 43RD Rd NORTHEAST #101
Price Tag: $36,900
Listed by: Lillian Hardaway, Century 21 AAA Realty, LTD
This two-bedroom, one-bath condo is located minutes from the RFK Stadium and Metro, in the Lower Central NE area of Washington D.C. The condo association will not allow any more investors – so get ready to move in!
Most Popular: 208 D St SOUTHEAST
Price Tag: $1,499,999
Listed by: Thomas Lewis, Redfin
This Capitol Hill home, listed by Redfin agent Thomas Lewis, was built in 2005 and still looks like-new! It has two large bedrooms with en-suite baths and a huge third floor master suite, which could easily convert into two bedrooms. There are top-of-the-line-finishes throughout and a rooftop terrace with breathtaking downtown views.
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Note: The homes in this list are homes that are currently active (not pending) as of Dec. 12, 2012. We did not include homes for sale by owner, homes for sale at auction, empty lots, parking spaces, buildings with three or more units, or listings that don’t have pictures…because the pictures are the fun part, right?