Mar 7, 2024 - Real Estate

The D.C. area's most expensive February home sales

The exterior of a brick mansion with a wrap-around driveway.

9351 Cornwell Farm Dr. in Great Falls. Photo: Craig Westerman

,,D.C. saw some significant luxury transactions last month — the most expensive condo sold in Virginia, and a Great Falls estate that went for close to $15 million.

Why it matters: As we look toward a spring market that might not bring much relief to buyers, it's nice to daydream.

#5: $5,650,000

Where: Forest Hills, 5050 Linnean Ave. NW

The seller: Brush Arbor Home Construction, LLC, per D.C. property records.

The buyer: Sarah E. Bauers and Stephen Weissman, per D.C. property records.

Peek inside: A new build, with six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and 7,500 square feet.

  • Plus: A La Cornue range and a spa-like primary bathroom.

#4: $5,950,000

Where: Rosslyn, 1111 19th St. N, #2901

The seller: Former Booz Allen Hamilton CEO Ralph Shrader and his wife, Janet, per Arlington County property records.

The buyer: 2901 LLC, per Arlington County property records, which appears to be connected to Pohanka Automotive Group chairman Geoffrey Pohanka and wife Anne Kline, reports Washington Business Journal.

Peek inside: A penthouse condo with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,600 square feet.

#3: $6,200,000

Where: Kalorama, 1832 24th St. NW

The seller: Former Secretary of State and Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, reports the Washington Business Journal.

The buyer: C&P Realty I LLC, which is managed by Dallas-based Charles & Potomac Capital CEO Joseph Victor Popolo Jr., reports WBJ.

Peek inside: Four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and 5,709 square feet.

  • Plus: An elevator, three fireplaces, and a patio with a fountain.

#2: $10,100,000

Where: McLean, 6538 Sothoron Rd.

Caveat: Both buyer and seller's names were withheld, per Fairfax County property records.

Peek inside: A new build, with six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half baths, and 10,975 square feet.

  • Plus: Five fireplaces, a pool, and a basketball court.

#1: $14,750,000

Where: Great Falls, 9351 Cornwell Farm Dr.

The seller: LightSpeed International co-founder Ian Landy and his wife, Karen, reports the Wall Street Journal.

The buyer: Skys Farm LLC, per Fairfax County property records. The buyers are a local family who are "aspiring equestrians," listing agent Daniel Heider told the WSJ.

Peek inside: Eight bedrooms, 13.5 baths, and 24,500 square feet.

  • Plus: An elevator, a primary suite with separate baths and dressing rooms, a billiards room, a screening room, a wine room, a gym, a solarium with an indoor pool, and horse stables.
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