3314 O Street NW, one of Georgetown’s most sought after addresses, has sold for $4,950,000. The six-bedroom house was built in 1870 and is on the same block of the historic cobblestone street as the residence of Sen. John Kerry and Theresa Heinz. The property, sold by Mr. and Mrs. James Shinn, created major buzz when it was placed on the market due in part to its extensive private garden and large formal rooms. Mr. Shinn is former assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific security affairs. The couple has since moved to New York. The listing agent for the property was TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s Theresa Burt.
Blink and you’d miss the sale of 2431 Kalorama Road NW. After being on the market for seven days, the property sold for $3,325,000. The seven-bedroom estate had been the family home of Alan and Beatrice Naftalin for almost 40 years. Mr. Naftalin, a former partner at the Holland & Knight law firm, died in August 2009. The 1928 Colonial is almost 9,000-square-feet and one of the largest houses in Kalorama. The listing agent was Jim Bell of Washington Fine Properties and the buyers’ agents were William FX Moody and Robert Hryniewicki.
David and Jillinda Kidwell sold 2129 Bancroft Place NW to Adam Reinhart for $2,830,000. Mr. Kidwell is the author of multiple finance books and former professor of Finance and dean emeritus at the Curtis L. Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. The 4,696-square-foot Georgian row-house was built in 1908 and completely renovated in 2003. The five-bedroom, six-bath Kalorama house boasts four fireplaces and a spectacular rooftop deck and garden with panoramic views of downtown Washington. Listing agents for the property were TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s Jonathan Taylor and Maxwell Rabin who declined comment on the sale.
Ryan Angier and Kirsten Lindquist sold 6229 29th Street NW in Chevy Chase to Stephen Weissman and Sarah Bauers for $1,460,000. Mr. Angier is a sales manager at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage while Mr. Weissman is a partner at the Howrey law firm’s antitrust practice. The 2,994-square-foot five-bedroom Colonial was built in 1937. The listing agent for the property was McEnearney Associates’ Andy Hill.
Stan and Hayley Fulton sold 9034 Congressional Parkway in Bradley Farms, one of Potomac’s most exclusive neighborhoods, for $2,350,000. Mr. Fulton is a real estate developer and avid sports car collector. The 1979 custom-built six-bedroom Colonial includes a 12-car garage, which Mr. Fulton used to store his extensive collection. (He owns one of Madonna’s previous automobiles.) Two gourmet kitchens, an in-ground pool, and a wine cellar with tasting room are among a few of the high-end amenities of the 3.5-acre property. The buyer is a Geneva-based business entrepreneur. Long & Foster’s Krystyna Litwin was the listing agent.
Robert and Patricia Long sold 7608 Southdown Road in Alexandria with the help of Coldwell Banker’s Marie Louise Meyer. Mr. Long is a partner at the Covington & Burling law firm and is former assistant to the solicitor general of the United States. The French-style villa overlooking the Potomac River was built in 1995 and features water views from almost every room, terraced gardens, and a custom-built library.