Our friends over at DC Curbed have compiled an eye-opening list of the Top Five Sales in Maryland Real Estate in the D.C. suburbs. The bottom three on the list float in the $5-6 million range: a Bethesda home that sold for $5,795,000, an Annapolis home that sold for $5,650,000, and a 3 bedroom condo in the Parc Somerset building that sold for $5,000,000.
The runner up on the list is a Bethesda home that was purchased by Nextel founder Chris Rogers for $10 million, and the number one top sell? Ted Leonsis’s purchase of the Marwood Estate (pictured), which has reportedly housed a number of American legends including the likes of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Kennedys, and the Gores. Leonsis bought the estate for $20 million.
By contrast, the most expensive Baltimore real estate sale in the past year is the October 2010 purchase of a downtown home located at 884 W. Fayette St. for $7,822,368, followed by an Owings Mills home which reportedly sold for $3,300,000.
Stay tuned for a list of this year’s top real estate sales in the Baltimore Fishbowl!
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