This month’s most expensive sale was between two big names: Booz Allen Hamilton CEO Ralph Shrader and Joel Glazer, son of billionaire Malcolm Glazer, who owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Shrader collected $4.7 million from Glazer, the Buccaneers’ executive vice president, for a five-bedroom, eight-bath Colonial on Country Club Drive in Bethesda. The street, which sidles up to Congressional Country Club’s golf course, is home to Republican operative Pete Teeley, Choice Hotels CEO Charles Ledsinger, former basketball star Mark Alarie, and Oregon Senator Gordon Smith.
In DC, private investigator Terry Lenzner sold a five-bedroom, five-bath house in Cleveland Park for $3.6 million. The house has a pool, artist studio, and master suite with two porches and a sitting room. Lenzner, who founded Investigative Group International in 1984, has done detective work for President Bill Clinton, Ivana Trump, and Senator Ted Kennedy.