6 luxury homes sold in the DC area

Maryland

1

Photo by TruPlace, courtesy of the Nancy Mannino Collection.
Photo by TruPlace, courtesy of the Nancy Mannino Collection.

where: Bethesda.

Purchased by: William Schranksenior advisor at Humana, and Miriam VogelPresident and CEO of EqualAI.

Included: $5,295,000.

Sold: $4,750,000.

Days on market: 21.

style: contemporary.

Bragging points: Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, with covered porch, deck, pool, hot tub, and garage with Tesla charger.

2

where: Bethesda

Sold by: Jay BerezovskyChief of the Vaccine Branch at the National Cancer Institute, and Sharon Berezovskyformer IBM program manager.

Included: $2,495,000.

Sold: $2,400,000.

Days on market: 36.

style: Tudor.

Bragging points: Seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms on an acre, with floor-to-ceiling windows, sunroom, garden, and landscaped yards.

3

Image by Trigo Studios.
Image by Trigo Studios.

where: Chevy Chase.

Purchased by: Jonathan PullmanWealth Advisor at Pullman Financial, Inc Lauren Rachel Tallaricoveterinary neurosurgeon.

Listed: $3,995,000.

Sold: 4,250,000 dollars.

Days on market: 2.

style: colonial.

Bragging points: Five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms with a grand staircase, entertainment room and landscaped yards.

Virginia

4

Photo by TruPlace, courtesy of My Move DMV with eXp Realty.

where: Maclean.

Seller: Christopher P. Foleyformer partner at Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner.

Listed: 2,800,000 dollars.

Sold: $2,925,000.

Days on market: 6.

style: colonial.

Bragging points: Five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms with an exercise room, entertainment area, craft room, garage and carriage house.

Capital

5

Photography by Maxwell McKenzie.

where: Wesley Heights.

Purchased by: Lily featherChief of Staff at Oak Street Health, W Anshul MangalCEO and General Counsel of Venture Pharma.

Included: $9,750,000.

Sold: $8,800,000.

Days on market: 53.

style: contemporary.

Bragging points: Recently built, it has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an elevator, a steam room, a sauna and a 40-foot saltwater pool.

6

where: Woodley Park.

Purchased by: Eric LewisPartner of Louis Bach Kaufmann Middlemess, W Emily Spitzerformer executive director of the National Health Law Program and sister of former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer.

Included: $4,999,000.

Sold: $4,500,000.

Days on market: 81.

style: Penthouse apartment.

Bragging points: Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a half-bathroom, with a library, private rooftop terrace, and four parking spaces.

Sales information provided by Bright MLS.
This article appears in the September 2023 issue of The Washington Post.

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