How Washington Is Different From the Rest of the Country

Notable homes recently sold in the nation’s capital as reported by the Washingtonian magazine:

A five-bedroom DC home with seven bathrooms and a mudroom with a dog-washing station was bought for $4,950,000 by a trustee of Stephanie Cutter, a former Obama advisor who co-founded Precision Strategies.

A four-story penthouse with 20-foot ceiling and a roof deck was sold for $2,325,000 by Tony Podesta, a top Democratic lobbyist and founder of the Podesta Group.

A DC colonial home with with four bedrooms, five baths, a library, and a garden house was bought for $1,610,000 by Colby Itkowitz, a national politics reporter at the Washington Post, and Chad Kurtz, a partner at the law firm of Cozen O’Connor.

A suburban Virginia home with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an outdoor kitchen, a movie room, and a weight room was sold for $1,775,000 by former Washington Football Team player Trent Williams. He now plays left tackle for the San Francisco 49ers.

A suburban Virginia home with four bedrooms, three baths, a basketball court, and a fieldstone fire pit was bought for $1,360,000 by Jonathan Swan, a politics correspondent at Axios, and Betsy Woodruff Swan, a national correspondent at Politico.

A suburban Maryland home with seven bedrooms and bathrooms, an outdoor living room with a fireplace, and a climate-controlled wine cellar was sold for $5,100,000 by Mark Mendelsohn, a partner at Paul Weiss, and his wife Jacqueline, an associate at Paley Rothman. Prior to the Paul Weiss law firm, he was deputy chief of the fraud section of the criminal division of the US Department of Justice.

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