Washington Life Magazine - Holiday 2017

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Merry Maryland Montgomery County’s real estate boom continues unabated with spectacular sales in Potomac and Bethesda BY STAC E Y G R A Z I E R P FA R R

The oldest farmhouse in the District of Columbia changed hands when Chantal Attias and Andreas Kotzur sold their 1865 house and adjacent 12,000-square-foot lot to Decon Group LLC for $1.35 million. The existing residence located at FOXHALL ROAD NW near Phillips Park, designated as historic by the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board, will be preserved and co-exist with the new owners’ future home plans. TTR Sotheby’s International Realty’s Theo Adamstein was the listing agent. Kevin Friend, also of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, represented the buyer.

VIRGINIA Washington Capitals star player TJ Oshie and his wife Lauren bought

LANGLEY LANE in McLean from Boston Properties’ real estate executive Ray Ritchey and his wife, Anne, for $5.2 million. The Ritcheys bought

CHAIN BRIDGE ROAD in McLean for $3.325 million knowing they C STREET SE fetched $2.15 million when would eventually sell their Langley Lane Jonathan Schmidt of Connell & Schmidt house (where they resided for more than Builders sold the newly built Federal style 20 years). Their new home, a classic 1937 Capitol Hill row house. The modern interior Colonial, was the former residence of the features an abundance of shiplap paneling and late hotelier and philanthropist H. Cabell Raymond D. Martz sold TH STREET reclaimed barn wood adorning the walls in the Maddux II . TTR Sotheby’s International NW in Chevy Chase for $2.05 million. The gourmet kitchen and posh open living room. Realty’s Mark Lowham represented the six-bedroom 1940-built Colonial recently Compass’ Todd Bissey was the listing agent Ritcheys while Sherif Abdalla, also of TTR underwent a major two-story renovation and while Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Sotheby’s International Realty represented addition by Van Dusen Architects and Lustig Christopher Cushman was the buyer’s agent. the Oshies.

THE DISTRICT Andy Reynolds, a former deputy of science and technology advisor to the secretary of state, sold LOGAN CIRCLE NW for $2.9 million to an undisclosed buyer. The 1883 mansion is one of the few remaining original structures in the historic neighborhood. The classic Federal brick row house includes original pocket doors, fireplaces, wood shutters and floors.Washington Fine Properties’ Kimberly Casey represented the seller. Daryl Judy, also of Washington Fine Properties, represented the buyer.


Associates. Among its many features are an expansive eat-in kitchen, butler’s pantry, large screened-in porch and a luxurious owner’s suite with a spa bath. TTR Sotheby’s AnneMarie Finnell was the listing agent. Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.’s Joseph Berman represented the buyer.


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