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MRIS Releases Area’s Most Expensive Listings

April 15, 2014  |  by Ellen

It is that time of year, when cherry blossoms are in full bloom (or were before today’s rain), outdoor cafes are buzzing with activity, and—most exciting of all for those of us in real estate—new home listings reach their peak. MRIS has released the homes at the very top of the asking price spectrum for both the Baltimore and Washington regions so we can all take in a little eye-candy. We’ve pulled a few of the market toppers from each list here, but also check out coverage of the complete list over on WUSA9 and the Washington Business Journal. Click on each photo below to be taken directly to the public listing page.

At the top of the list is this $22M home on S Street in Northwest consists of two main buildings plus a former chauffeur's residence.

At the top of the list is this $22M home on S Street in Northwest consists of two main buildings plus a former chauffeur’s residence.

  

Next up is a waterfront home in Annapolis for $21M. The listing totals fifteen acres of land, with swimming pool, guest house, and barn also on the property.

Next up is a waterfront home in Annapolis for $21M. The listing totals fifteen acres of land, with swimming pool, guest house, and barn also on the property.

Here's a 6 bed/8 bath home in Middleburg, VA for $15.5M.

Here’s a 6 bed/8 bath home in Middleburg, VA for $15.5M.

This home on University Terrace in Northwest DC asks just under $15M and is on a lot measuring over six acres.

This home on University Terrace in Northwest DC asks just under $15M and is on a lot measuring over six acres.

This $10M home in Ellicott City was once owned by Charles Carroll, a signer of The Declaration of Independence.

This $10M home in Ellicott City was once owned by Charles Carroll, a signer of The Declaration of Independence.

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