Real Estate

4 Luxury Home Sales in the Washington Area—and Who Bought and Sold Them

Details on Washington’s most expensive residential transactions.



Photograph by Blue Skye Media. Listing agents: Wetherly Barker Hemeon and Karen Barker, The Barker Team.

Where: Great Falls.

Sold by: Ryan Zimmerman, retired Washington Nationals infielder.

Listed: $7,495,000.

Sold: $7,100,000.

Days on market: 195.

Style: Traditional.

Bragging points: Six bedrooms, ten bathrooms, a theater room with stadium seating, a gym and steam room, a cabana with an outdoor kitchen, a saltwater infinity pool and hot tub, a two-story playhouse, and parking for seven cars, all on five acres.




Photograph courtesy of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties.

Where: Spring Valley.

Bought by: Joel S. Green, a partner at WilmerHale, and Rebecca Green, practice-group manager at Arnold & Porter.

Listed: $4,995,000.

Sold: $4,850,000.

Days on market: 8.

Style: Transitional.

Bragging points: Recently built on a corner lot, with six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a recreation room with a bar, and multiple porches and decks.



Photograph by Evy Mages .

Where: The Wharf.

Bought by: David T. Blair, two-time Montgomery County Executive candidate, and Mikel A. Blair, founder of Badlands Playspace, an interactive kids’ museum.

Listed: Unavailable.

Sold: $6,552,500.

Days on market: Unavailable.

Style: Contemporary.

Bragging points: A condo in the luxury Amaris building, with three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, two parking spaces, and access to a two-story gym, an indoor saltwater pool, and a car elevator.




Photograph by Evy Mages .

Where: Bethesda.

Sold by: Gerald Boyd Jr., president and owner of DB Consulting Group.

Listed: $2,995,000.

Sold: $2,550,000.

Days on market: 86.

Style: Mediterranean.

Bragging points: Seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, with three fire­places; a home gym; a backyard pool, gazebo, and koi pond; and ten parking spaces.

Sales information provided by Bright MLS.
This article appears in the May 2023 issue of Washingtonian.