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Luxury Homes: April 2005
Drysdale sells Kalorama mansion for $3.6 million. Regardie buys $2.2-million condo. Tagliabue sells home in Bethesda. By Mary Clare Glover
Comments () | Published April 1, 2005

Some sales information provided by American City Business Leads and DC real-estate broker David Gilbert.

IN DC: Developer Anthony Lanier bought a $1.5-million luxury condo on Water Street in Georgetown. EastBanc, Lanier's development company, owns the condo building.

Former magazine publisher Bill Regardie and his wife, Renay, bought a condo in EastBanc's Water Street complex for $2.2 million. Regardie launched several Washington magazines, including Regardie's, and he sold his New Homes Guide to the Washington Post Company.

IN MARYLAND: Chandler Tagliabue, wife of NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, sold a four-bedroom brick home on Goldtree Way in Bethesda near Glen Echo to Sam Wiesel, an orthopedic surgeon, for $1.05 million. Wiesel is head of orthopedic surgery at Georgetown University Hospital.

John R. Tydings, former head of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, sold a house on Turnberry Drive in Potomac's Avenel area for $1.1 million. Tydings recently bought a house on the same street for $1.15 million.

Vinod Rustgi, a hepatologist and former medical director of liver transplantation at Georgetown University Hospital, bought a brick home on Meyer Point Terrace in Potomac's Avenel neighborhood for $916,000.

IN VIRGINIA: Stefan Pasternack, a psychiatrist at Georgetown University Hospital, sold a three-bedroom condominium on Nash Street in Arlington for the list price of $1.3 million. The condo has a wrap-around porch and bathrooms with Italian marble floors.

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