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LoCo’s Most Expensive Homes Sold in 2012

Back by popular demand, here are the top 5 most expensive homes sold in LoCo during 2012. Compared to 2011’s top seller at $4.5 million, this past year’s winner was in another stratosphere! Money can’t buy you love, but it can buy you fantastic properties in LoCo.

Whirlaway Place luxury home16775 Whirlaway Court, Leesburg: $2,000,000

Sold by Iris Burkhart of Century 21 Redwood Realty after 21 days on the market. This Beacon Hill masterpiece, set on 3 acres, is the largest on our list at 11,400 finished square feet. Featuring  5 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and an amazing kitchen,  there are 7 fireplaces inside and one outside on the covered patio to keep you warm in the winter.


117 Sinegar Place, Cascades: $2,050,000

Listed by Sheila Cooper of Weichert Realtors in Great Falls and sold by Dina Azzam of RE/MAX Select Properties after 253 days on the market. This French Country custom home sits on 1.88 acres in the Cascades neighborhood near Trump National Golf Club and has 24 rooms with nearly 11,000 finished square feet. There is a four car garage, 4th floor guest suite, and a shower big enough for 4 people!



17363 Canby Road, Leesburg: $2,700,000

Listed by Anita Sisney and sold by Gloria Armfield, both of Armfield, Miller & Ripley Fine Properties, after 85 days on market. A true plantation home on two lots in Leesburg totaling 33.47 acres, this home has exquisite woodwork throughout. At just under 6,000 finished square feet, this is the 2nd smallest home on the list. The stately home includes 7 fireplaces, a wine cellar, and a terrace off the master bedroom overlooking the pool and rolling hills.


43277 Spinks Ferry Road, Leesburg: $2,850,000

Listed and sold by Roy Melloni of TTR Sothebys International Realty after 448 days on market.  This Tuscan style winery outside Leesburg was more about the 50 acres and business potential than the 3600 square foot home. Capable of producing 10,000 barrels of wine a year, we wish nothing but success to the Lost Creek Winery. (We got the closed price from the Multiple Listing Service, however the tax record and a recent news article quote the price as $2,300,000. Either way, the sale still makes our top 5 list.)


And the most expensive home sold in LoCo for 2012?

Willisville Rd

Clifton Farm

22299 Willisville Road, Upperville: $7,200,000

Listed by Barrington Hall and sold by John Coles, both from Thomas & Talbot Real Estate, the third straight year this company has sold the most expensive home in Loudoun. Built in 1850 and sited on a whopping 423 acres in western Loudoun, this is a horse lover’s dream. A traditional manor house with contemporary upgrades and 4,554 square foot, the home has 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 6 wood burning fireplaces, and a swimming pool. A fully functioning horse farm with a pond, four fenced paddocks, 20 stalls and kennels, a manager’s apartment and two tenant homes.

There you have it, LoCo’s top 5 most expensive homes sold in 2012. Which one is your favorite?


Want to look at each of the yearly posts? Here’s the links to the Most Expensive Homes Sold in Loudoun for 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014,  2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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