The 7 Most Notable Homes in the Washington Area This Month & Who Bought & Sold Them


Sold by Robert Griffin III. Photo courtesy of Bright MLS.

Virginia

Sold by: Robert griffin iii, former player for the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington football team.

Registered: $ 2,999,990.

Sold: $ 2,825,000.

Market days: 30.

Or: Leesbourg.

Style: French country.

Bragging Points: Four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, on more than three hectares, with elevator and swimming pool.


Sold by: Richard A. Clarke, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Middle East Institute.

Listed: $ 1,699,000.

Sold: $ 1,625,000.

Market days: 4.

Or: Arlington.

Style: Townhouse.

Bragging Points: An end unit with three bedrooms, five bathrooms and a wraparound porch.


Sold by: Leslie Weber Hoffman, senior lawyer at the Family Law & Mediation Center.

Registered: $ 1,100,000.

Sold: $ 1,102,000.

Market days: 6.

Or: Hay market.

Style: Colonial.

Bragging Points: Six bedrooms and seven baths on half an acre, with a lanai and new kitchen.


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Photographs courtesy of Bright MLS.

Sold by: Laura Blumenfeld, author and analyst on the Middle East, and Baruch weiss, partner at Arnold & Porter.

Registered: $ 3,195,000.

Sold: $ 3,000,000.

Market days: 29.

Or: Heights of Massachusetts Avenue.

Style: Colonial.

Bragging Points: Almost 4,500 square feet, with five bedrooms, six bathrooms and an independent studio.


Purchased By: Neda Ulaby, reporter for NPR.

Registered: $ 1,199,500.

Sold: $ 1,130,000.

Market days: 40.

Or: Bloomingdale.

Style: Victorian townhouse.

Bragging Points: Five bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a one-bedroom rental unit in the basement.


Maryland

Bought By: Brett Haber, commentator on Tennis Channel.

Registered: $ 2,785,000.

Sold: $ 2,612,500.

Market days: 33.

Or: Potomac.

Style: Artisan.

Bragging Points: Over 11,000 square feet, with nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a swimming pool and a gym.


Certain sales information provided by American City Business Leads and Diana Hart of Washington Fine Properties.

Photographs courtesy of HomeVisit.

This article appears in December 2021 problem of Washingtonian.


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