A McLean house that just barely made the list since it cost less than six million dollars. Photos via Trulia.
Virginia keeps its high-priced houses close to DC, with almost all of them located within a twenty minute drive from Chain Bridge. The biggest difference with this list is that it doesn't contain any condos, so the practice of paying five million or more for a unit in a high rise is still limited to the District and Maryland. Is that a trend to come to Virginia in 2012?
2) Alexandria makes the list with a $8.26M sale that was originally listed for $9M at 9500 Ferry Landing Court.
3) Then we have two houses in the same neighborhood as the CIA. One at 8548 Georgetown Pike sold for $6,550,000. It is a 9,662 square foot single family home with 7 bedrooms and 10.0 bathrooms, but this is the best picture we could find.
4) A nearby house sold for $5,004,000 at 7712 Georgetown Pike.
5) The final house on the list is at 1043 Founders Ridge Lane, McLean VA. It sold for $5,975,000 after being listed at $6,250,000.