Design & Home

Take a Look at This $3.5 Million Victorian in Georgetown

Plus—five other luxe listings off the market this month.
A lawyer snapped up this $3.5-million rowhouse as soon as it hit the market. Photograph by David Pipkin.

DC

Sold: $3,495,000.

Listed: $3,495,000.

Days on market: 1.

Where: Georgetown.

Style: Victorian.

Bragging points: Six bedrooms, five baths, new eat-in kitchen, Brazilian hardwood floors.

Who: Bought by Stuart Barr, a partner at the law firm Hogan Lovells.

Sold: $6,000,000.

Listed: $6,250,000.

Days on market: 16.

Where: Georgetown.

Style: Contemporary condo.

Bragging points: Four bedrooms, five baths, floor-to-ceiling windows, two private balconies; located just off the Potomac, with southern and western river views.

Who: Sold by socialite and philanthropist Susan Carmel Lehrman.

Maryland

It took nearly a year to sell a six-bedroom, nine-bath mansion in Potomac. Photograph by David Pipkin.

Sold: $2,985,000.

Listed: $3,200,000.

Days on market: 348.

Where: Potomac.

Style: Traditional.

Bragging points: Six bedrooms, nine baths, on more than 2½ acres; recently renovated, with swimming pool and home gym.

Who: Sold by Allan Holt, a managing director at the Carlyle Group.

Virginia

This McLean Colonial fetched $2.7 million, just shy of its $2.795-million asking price. Photograph by David Pipkin.

Sold: $2,925,000.

Listed: $3,249,000.

Days on market: 60.

Where: McLean.

Style: Colonial.

Bragging points: Seven bedrooms, nine baths, tennis court, pool; a 200-year-old log cabin is a part of the home.

Who: Bought by Gordon O’Brien,an executive at the investment firm American Capital.

Sold: $2,700,000.

Listed: $2,795,000.

Days on market: 12.

Where: McLean.

Style: Colonial.

Bragging points: Six bedrooms, nine baths, home theater, gym, library.

Who: Sold by Teresa Gendron, chief financial officer of the holding company Leucadia National Corporation.

Sold: $2,400,000.

Listed: $2,700,000.

Days on market: 483.

Where: Aldie (in Loudoun County).

Style: French country.

Bragging points: Five bedrooms, seven baths, elevator, library, sunroom; in a gated community with concierge services.

Who: Bought by a trustee of Allen Wise, previously CEO of Coventry Health Care.

Some sales information provided by American City Business Leads and Diana Hart of TTR Sotheby International Realty. Sales listed were the most expensive of those with publicly available details.

This article appears in the March 2015 issue of Washingtonian.

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