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The wonkiest, weirdest, most impractical and outrageously priced buildings up for sale this week. Have a listing in mind? Send it to mbaskin@washingtoncitypaper.com

  • This incredibly charming rowhouse in Brookland, whose handler could apparently not be bothered to spring for a nice pressure cleaning. [Zillow]
  • Called the most expensive home ever listed in the DMV at a cool $62.95 million, this pad belonged to AOL co-founder James Kimsey. [h/t Urban Turf]
  • A precious Trinidad rowhouse with a yellow door and price tag reflective of the neighborhood’s new status. [Zillow]
  • This $1.8 million, 5-bedroom Quebec Place house in need of a paint job (not to mention the wooded lot, which will need serious maintenance). [Zillow]
  • A $300,000, three-story Morris Road SE house on a double lot that needs new … everything. [Redfin]
  • A 3,000 square foot, $105,000 lot with an “Investor Alert” in Randle Heights. [Redfin]
  • This 3-bedroom brick home going for nearly $1 million—with a sale “subject to TOPA.” [Redfin]