Properties were sold in 2016 by Long & Foster agents
From a grand oceanfront beach house with spectacular views in Longport, New Jersey, to a high-rise luxury condo in Chevy Chase, Maryland, 2016 was a banner year for the sale of high-end properties at Long & Foster Real Estate.
Imagine enjoying coffee overlooking the ocean from the balcony of the home in Avalon, New Jersey, strolling on rolling acres with ponds and woods in Glyndon, Maryland, entertaining guests in the luxurious high rise condo in Chevy Chase, Maryland, or building a dream home on a double waterfront bay lot in Stone Harbor, New Jersey.
Take a look at the 10 properties that our agents listed and sold for top dollar last year.
$9.3M 111 S 28th Ave., Longport, NJ, sold by Jerome DiPentino of the Longport office.
Built in 2013, this magnificent three-story oceanfront home with pool and multiple skylights was Long & Foster’s most expensive property sold in 2016.
$6.8M, 4816 Fifth Avenue, Avalon, NJ, sold by William Leahy of the Avalon office.
This 10,000-square-foot bay home includes 3,900 square feet of spacious decks on three levels, nine bedrooms, nine full and three half baths, a heated swimming pool, dock and two boat slips.
$5.7M, 10501-10507 Golden Gate Road, Stone Harbor, NJ, sold by Paul Leiser of the Avalon office.
Located on what is considered the best street in Stone Harbor, this double waterfront bay lot featured two older homes, which are being replaced by a magnificent three-level estate that’s currently under construction.
$4.5M, 3321 Butler Road, Glyndon, MD, sold by Stephen Edelen of the Timonium, MD, office.
This three-story, all brick colonial home has seven bedrooms, five fireplaces, spectacular gardens, a seven-stall barn, greenhouse and tenant’s house located on 172 beautiful rolling acres with streams, ponds and woods.
$4.3M, 6300 Ocean Front Avenue, Virginia Beach, sold by Susie Blanton of the Westham, VA, office.
No expense was spared on this gorgeous, contemporary home with quality finishes located on two oceanfront lots with spectacular views. The six-bedroom home features a spacious lower-level family room with entertaining kitchen, private patio and elevator to all three levels.
$4.25M, 5630 Wisconsin Ave., #601, Chevy Chase, MD, sold by Zelda Heller of Heller Coley Reed with the Bethesda, MD, office.
At 3,600 square feet, this gorgeous condo at Parc Somerset is larger than most single family homes. It has three bedrooms—all with en suite baths, and the building is the ultimate in luxury with 17+ acres of park-like grounds, indoor and outdoor pools, and a three-story clubhouse with gym.
$4M, 32081 Surf Road, North Bethany, DE, sold by The Leslie Kopp Group of the Bethany, DE, office.
This classic oceanfront cottage is located on a private beach in Sussex Shores, one of the most desirable addresses on the Delaware coast, and it’s just a short walk to the shops and restaurants in Bethany.
$3.96M, 9704 The Corral Drive, Potomac, MD, sold by Hal Stuart of the Miller Spring Valley, Washington, DC, office.
As shown in the rendering, this newly constructed, 15,000-square-foot classic home is graced with all the fine finishes and details, including intricate crown molding and a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances.
$3.9 M, 403 FT Valley Road, Sperryville, VA, sold by Charles Ebbets and Emily Henry of the Warrenton, VA, office.
Located 90 miles from Washington, D.C., in a peaceful and private location in beautiful Rappahannock County, Virginia, this property’s sale included two homes and four parcels of land, totaling 612 acres.
$3.9 M, 107 South 20th Avenue, Longport, NJ, sold by Jerome DiPentino of the Longport office.
Bright yellow like a sunny day at the beach, this exquisite Victorian home has lush landscaping, a wrap-around front porch and many architectural details. It was lovingly restored, combining old world charm with modern features and technology.