7 Luxury Homes Sold in the DC Area

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Purchased by David Raffetto.


The place: Excellent Falls.

Purchased by: David Raffetto, Cisco’s director of gross sales for the Office of Defense.

Stated: $3,495,000.

Marketed: $3,250,000.

7 Luxury Homes Sold in the DC Area

Days on marketplace: 93.

Model: Colonial.

Bragging points: Two acres, with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, five fireplaces, a local weather-managed wine cellar, and an out of doors heated pool.

Where by: McLean.

Bought by: Reed Landry, cofounder and controlling associate of Mission Team Organizations, the hospitality group guiding Mission, the Admiral, Salazar, and Hawthorne.

Stated: $5,500,000.

Sold: $5,250,000.

Times on industry: 4.

Model: Colonial.

Bragging points: 6 bedrooms, eight loos, a parking courtroom, a library, a sport place, an exercising location, and a 300-additionally-bottle wine cellar.


In which: Spring Valley.

Purchased by: Tom Horton, previous chairman and CEO of American Airlines.

Shown: $5,600,000.

Sold: $5,600,000.

Days on marketplace: .

Fashion: Common.

Bragging factors: New development with 6 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, an elevator, two kitchens, a dry bar, and a screened porch over­looking a personal back garden.

In which: West Close.

Purchased by: Maria Donoghue Velleca, professor and dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at William & Mary.

Detailed: $3,725,000.

Offered: $3,500,000.

Days on sector: 174.

Design: Up to date.

Bragging points: 3 bedrooms, 4 loos, ground-to-ceiling home windows, two personal balconies, and a stroll-in pantry with wine cooler.

Exactly where: Wesley Heights.

Purchased by: Adam L. Perlman, a companion at Latham & Watkins.

Mentioned: $2,995,000.

Bought: $2,995,000.

Times on industry: 8.

Fashion: Contemporary.

Bragging factors: 5 bedrooms, 7 bogs, a connoisseur kitchen, a recreation room, and a guest suite with non-public entrance.


The place: Bethesda.

Purchased by: Christopher A. Sakara, director of capital marketplaces at Arlington Cash Partners.

Outlined: $3,550,000.

Sold: $3,550,000.

Times on industry: 4.

Model: Farmhouse.

Bragging details: A restored 19th-­century farmhouse with 7 bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an au pair suite, and a pool house.

In which: Potomac.

Bought by: Matthew Lawrence Watley, founder and senior pastor of Kingdom Fellowship AME Church.

Listed: $3,875,000.

Bought: $3,500,000.

Days on current market: 79.

Style: French.

Bragging details: Virtually 10,000 square ft, with six bedrooms, seven loos, 14-foot ceilings, a 60-foot outdoor pool, and a 3-auto garage.

Some profits data provided by American Town Company Leads and Diana Hart of Washington High-quality Qualities.
Photographs courtesy of Vibrant MLS.
This write-up seems in the December 2022 concern of Washingtonian.