The Evermay Estate
This record setting sale of 1623 28th Street NW represents the most expensive transaction of the year, and, at $22 million, the second highest sale on record in Washington, DC. Long and Foster’s Jeanne Livingston was the listing agent, while Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties brought the buyer.
This famed federal period colonial, perched at Prospect Street and 34th Street NW, finally found it’s buyer in the Fall of 2011. At the time of sale the property was priced at $12.5 million, and rumors say the actual sales price is close to that figure. Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties represented the seller and found the buyer.
2860 Woodland Drive NW
The third quarter of 2011 was an exciting time in the upper bracket arena of high-end real estate, especially with the settlement of this Massachusetts Avenue Heights manor at $7.7 million. Tom Daley of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty was the listing agent, while Patrick Chauvin of Washington Fine Properties brought the buyer.
1700 Wisconsin Avenue NW
This property, built in circa 1957, sold in June for $7 million. Matthew McCormick of Washington Fine Properties represented the purchaser.
3327 P Street NW
This renovation of an 1820s Georgetown row-house sold in April for $6.75 million. Heidi Hatfield of Washington Fine Properties was the listing agent, while Sarah Gorman of Sarah Gorman, Inc. brought the buyer.
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