R. Reed Harrison III and his wife, Bonita, sold 9413 EAGLE RIDGE DRIVE in Bethesda’s prestigious Avenel neighborhood for a closing price of $2.8 million. Harrison, a telecommunications executive, is the former president of Cogent Communications Group Inc. The listing agent was Washington Fine Properties’ Marsha Schuman, who declined comment on the seller. Long & Foster’s Lynda O’Dea represented the buyer. The 1996 Georgian Colonial boasts over 10,000 square feet, including six bedrooms, eight baths, six fireplaces, and a swimming pool.
Carl J. “Rick” Rickertsen sold his land at 6699 MACARTHUR BOULEVARD in Bethesda for $4,050,000 with the help of Washington Fine Properties’ William F. X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki and Carrill McKenzie. Mr. Rickertsen is a director of Convera, a technology firm headquartered in Vienna, Va., and managing partner of Pine Creek Partners, a Washington-based private equity firm. The purchasers of the 1.93-acre property boasting dramatic 180-degree views of the Potomac River were Franklin Haney Jr. and his wife, Katelin. (Mr. Haney’s father, Franklin Haney Sr., is the founder of the FLH Company, a Washington-based real estate development firm.) Chris Ferguson of TTR Sothebys International Realty was the buyer’s agent.
Dr. John and Grace Park bought 6512 KENHOWE DRIVE in the Bannockburn neighborhood of Bethesda. Dr. Park is a renowned neurosurgeon specializing in pediatrics. The 6,600-square foot Arts and Crafts dwelling was custom built for the Park family by Andrew Carbone of Three Brother’s Land Co. The property was listed by Greta Nicoletti of Long and Foster Realtors.
Nancy McCorkindale sold 33024 SUNKEN LANE in Upperville for $4,250,000. The five bedroom Colonial stone manor house, which was built in 1980, sits on 86 acres in prime Piedmont hunt country. The estate includes a tenant house and stable. Ann MacMahon of Sheridan-MacMahon, Ltd. listed the property, which includes a tenant house, stable, and riding ring.