There’s still time to nominate local icons for Best of D.C.
The wonkiest, weirdest, most impractical and outrageously priced buildings up for sale this week. Have a listing in mind? Send it to email@example.com.
- Confederate leader Robert E. Lee‘s palatial family home in Alexandria is up for a cool $8.5 million. [h/t Curbed]
- An $8.2 million, commercially-zoned, four-level rowhouse on 7th Street SE with retail, office, and residential space. [Redfin]
- An 18-unit apartment building on R Street SE that’ll set you back $39,464 per month. [Redfin]
- A $600,000 K Street condo with hot pink walls. [DC Homes Now]
- The Washington Post‘s “affordable home of the week” is a $400,000 pre-war duplex on U Street SE. [h/t Post]
- A $1.3 million Columbia Heights townhouse whose listing says it “needs TLC.” [h/t WBJ]
- This $335,900 3 bed/2 bath on 12th Street NW whose photos are certainly not doing it any favors—note PoPville’s URL. [h/t PoPville]
- This $18 million estate, which has been on the market for about 200 days, has a cost-per-square-foot value of $1,192(!). It has ten full bathrooms, in case you need that many bathrooms. [Redfin]