The seller was Nancy Stout. The buyers are Karl
and Livia Christensen.
Also in Avenel, 8309 Turnberry Court is under contract for $1,099,000 thanks in
part to Itteilag. The prospective buyers are
Jamie and Bradley Kleinknecht. Located in the
Players Crossing subdivision, the 3,122 squarefoot
Colonial townhouse was built by Mitchell
and Best in 1992 and has four bedrooms, two
full bathrooms, two powder rooms, a country
kitchen, solarium, private garden with a brick
patio, and a two-car garage. The sellers are Carla
Hilbert and her husband Gen. Donald Hilbert.
IT engineer Rama Chakaki sold her fi vebedroom
home at 708 Live Oak Drive in
McLean for $1.35 million and moved to Dubai.
Long & Foster’s Sharon Hayman represented
|Chakaki in the sale of her three-story house
situated on a secluded lot with a pool and spa.
The new owner is businesswoman P. Kay Olive.
In McLean’s Chesterbrook Woods
neighborhood, 1700 Crescent Lane has been
purchased for the asking price of $1.985 million.
Now that Diane Herbert and Robert Moul have moved to Philadelphia, Greta and Peter
Lichtenbaum – both attorneys – hold the deed to
the faithfully re-constructed New England-style
Colonial located on a prime piece of land. The
four-level residence features a double staircase,
family room with a fi replace, fi ve bedrooms (all
with en suite baths) and a loft. Especially nice
is the master bedroom with a sleeping porch
overhanging a serene and fragrant garden. The
kitchen and breakfast areas also offer access to
outdoor living space in the form of two fl agstone
patios. Weichert’s Penny Yerks listed the property.
|At $3,175,000, 6565 Georgetown Pike in
McLean was one of the ten most expensive homes
sold the week it went to settlement. The manse
has a marble foyer, walnut fl oors, chef’s kitchen, an
impressive dining room with elaborate moldings,
four fi replaces and two playrooms including a
lower level recreation area. The property also boasts
a wine cellar, au pair suite and a pool. Penny Yerks
listed this six-bedroom Colonial estate with its
beautifully landscaped compound for $3,275,000.
The buyer was Herbert Lanese, CEO, president
and director of DynCorp International. Lanese
bought his new residence from David Mitchell,
director of webMethods (the software integration
company for which Software AG recently bid
$546 million in cash), and his wife Jennifer.
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