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Soon to Be for Sale: Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Georgetown Home
The former IMF head and his wife are putting their Georgetown home on the market By Mary Clare Glover
Comments () | Published September 6, 2011

The Georgetown home that former International Monetary Fund Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife, Anne Sinclair, own will soon go on the market.  Photo by Erik Uecke

The home that disgraced former IMF head Dominque Strauss-Kahn and his wife, Anne Sinclair, own in Georgetown has been listed with Washington Fine Properties and is expected to officially go on the market within the next two weeks, according to Dana Landry, principal broker at Washington Fine Properties. Strauss-Kahn and Sinclair bought the home—located at 2613 Dumbarton Street, Northwest—in 2007 for $4 million. At the time, the listing described the three-bedroom, four-bath house as an “extraordinary and complete renovation of an East Village Federal.” It said the home had a library and “multiple sets of French doors that open to a huge backyard.” Built in 1900, the red-brick home is currently assessed for $3.8 million.

Landry said the listing agents will be Nancy Taylor-Bubes and Jamie Peva, neither of whom returned calls for comment. As the photo above demonstrates, there has been a moving truck parked outside the house all day today—indicating that Strauss-Kahn and Sinclair are still clearing out of the house. We will update this post as more information becomes available.

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