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Category: Real Estate News
Former Redskin Clinton Portis, top chef Roberto Donna and businesswoman-turned-politician Carly Fiorina are moving house.
Evermay, a 3.5-acre Georgian Revival estate listed for $25.9 million, has been sold, making it the most expensive home sale in the Nation’s Capitol since 2007.
John Edwards’ former Georgetown residence changes hands, ExxonMobil executive sells in The Reserve and Bates White founder buys in Berkley.
Marc and Jacqueline Leland sell in Georgetown; Ted and Lynn Leonsis swap their McLean home for the famous Marwood estate in Potomac.
Former Sen. Bill Brock leaves Georgetown, conductor Leonard Slatkin sells his Potomac home, and a prominent neurosurgeon buys in Bethesda.
The city’s most exclusive neighborhood reigns with the sale of Sherry Geyelin’s former home along with top properties belonging to WordPerfect co-founder Bruce Bastian and Deer River CEO Robin Martin.
Bud McFarlane leaves Georgetown for a Watergate condo; Karl Rove’s personal attorney, Robert Luskin, sells across the street.
Dan Mudd unloads his 22-room manse, “Chef Geoff” and NBC’s Norah O’Donnell sell in Wesley Heights, and the El Salvadorian Ambassador buys on Macomb Street NW.