Monday, July 26, 2021
Chevy Chase, Md., condo is a showcase for art By Kathy Orton
“A lot of the inspiration was to take advantage, to make opportunities to display art...large expanses of walls (are) unencumbered so that the artwork would have a place.” Read more about this featured condo listed by our very own Kira Epstein Begal.
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
No Debate Here: DC’s Most Expensive Home Is Available for $18.5M
Exquisite in detail and style, this Beaux Arts-style residence offers plenty of space for entertaining, and is currently listed by our very own Chuck Holzwarth and Carrie Carter. “It’s a very large home by volume, size of rooms, and ceiling height,” says the listing agent, Chuck Holzwarth. “It’s beautifully done, it’s dramatic, and it was built in 2008—as opposed to in the 1800s or early 1900s, like a lot of houses in DC.”
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
‘All kinds of wonder and surprises’ set D.C. Colonial apart
“The house is about connectivity, connecting to nature, connecting to each other… That dynamism, grace, like a ballerina turning, continues into the yard.” Read more about this distinguished colonial that is currently listed by our own Margot Wilson and Nancy Taylor Bubes.
Monday, July 12, 2021
D.C. mansion originally owned by Jordan Kitt's founder sells for $10.9M
“It’s the second biggest residential real estate closing in the District this year and the biggest in Massachusetts Avenue Heights in four years.” Read more about this magnificent property sold by our very own HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties!
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
25% and Up: The 5 DC-Area Zip Codes Where Home Prices Appreciated The Most in 2021
Urbanturf takes a close look at the rising home prices in the DC region over the past year. Click to read about the five local zip codes where home prices have skyrocketed and the top three with homes sales appreciating over 27%.
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
This Week’s Find: A Cleveland Park Original
This Week's Find is one of Cleveland Park's original houses, located a block from the neighborhood's one-time streetcar station. It is one of 13 in the neighborhood designed by VA architect, Robert Thompson Head, and is currently listed by our own Margot Wilson. Click the link to learn more.
Monday, June 7, 2021
Foxhall home that was part of Brady estate, D.C.'s last subdivision, listed for $4.5M
The property was once part of the 17.5-acre Valley Vista estate owned by Elinor Ryan Brady, the heir to a tobacco, railroad and steel fortune. Check out this extraordinary home listed by our very own HRL Partners.
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
$1 million over asking: D.C. bidding wars escalate as U.S. housing crunch intensifies
“Just within our firm, 44.2 percent of our sales sold for over the listing price." - Thomas Anderson, Co-founder and President of WFP
Thursday, May 27, 2021
In Georgetown’s Hot Housing Market, Demand for Elevators ‘Going Up!’
"Covid-19 seems to have caused an unexpected new housing boom, especially in small, vibrant and green communities within senior-friendly cities like Washington, D.C. And, that means Georgetown – where the real estate market is hot." Expert agent, Nancy Taylor Bubes discusses demographics and the rising demand for housing amenities.
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
$18.5 Million: Embassy Row Mansion Becomes DC’s Most Expensive Home For Sale
"The nine-bedroom mansion at 2221 30th Street NW was listed late last week for $18.5 million, making it the priciest listing in DC." Explore this extraordinary home featuring nearly 15,000 square feet, currently listed by our very own Chuck Holzwarth and Carrie Carter.
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