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  • Renovated Georgetown House on the Market for $12 million

    May 13, 2022

    The red brick Federal-style house across the street from Georgetown Presbyterian Church has been home to several Washington insiders, a girls' school and a fictional character in a movie. And now, after a four-year renovation, it is looking for new owners. Read More

  • Vernon and Ann Jordan's House For Sale For $5.9 Million

    May 06, 2022

    The home of Washington power couple Vernon and Ann Jordan in the Woodland Normanstone neighborhood of Northwest Washington is for sale for $5.9 million, down from $6.9 million. Vernon Jordan, who died last year, was described as "one of the most influential figures in Washington" in the obituary that ran in The Washington Post. A civil rights leader who became a confidant of presidents, congressional leaders and prominent business executives, Vernon Jordan was one of President Bill Clinton's closest advisers and a partner in the law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. He also served on the boards of more than a dozen companies. Read More

  • Elegance and Amenities Define This McLean Manor Home

    May 04, 2022

    It would take a while to list all of the amenities at this stunning five-bedroom manor in McLean. Residents get an impression of elegance as soon as they enter the two-story foyer with a curbed staircase. Formal living and dining rooms with moldings add to the charm, and a chef's kitchen provides plentiful cooking space. Read More

  • The Story Behind an $8.8M, Two-Home, All-Cash D.C. Sale

    May 03, 2022

    At first blush, the record that showed up Thursday in D.C.'s Recorder of Deeds suggested an epic bidding war for a below-mansion-sized home in Wesley Heights, with the buyer paying nearly $2 million over asking price. But, it turns out, the buyer, a Delaware LLC called Ava's Creek, acquired two home simultaneously, paying nearly $9 million for 3000 and 3010 44th Place NW. Just your typical simultaneous two-home, all-cash luxury real estate transaction in the nation's capital. The larger of the two homes, 3000 44th Place, hit the market in February for $6.995 million, according to Realtor.com. The 6,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom and seven-bath home, owned by John and Suzanne King, was listed by Ted Gossett of Washington Fine Properties. The Colonial-style home sits on a 9,200-square foot lot. Next door, the 2,600-square-foot 3010 44th Place was also owned by the Kings - at one time, Gossett said, they intended to knock it down to expand their garden - and listed for sale separately in February for $1.8 million. Read More

  • Washington Fine Properties Spring Newsletter

    April 26, 2022

    WFP is experiencing unprecedented activity as we enter the spring market. We encourage you to review our sales stats, read the articles where WFP's activity is highlighted in prominent publications such as the Wall Street Journal and Washingtonian, and contact one of our agents to make your purchase or sale the most rewarding one possible. Read More

  • This DC House Sold for $800,000 Over Asking Price

    April 25, 2022

    When Muffin Lynham, an agent with Washington Fine Properties, arrived to her open house in American University Park last month, she was amazed to find people snaked down the sidewalk even though it was snowing. True, the white-washed brick Colonial checked a lot of the right boxes for the typical well-to-do pandemic buyer: It was a single-family detached house, in a leafy pocket of Upper Northwest, with a pool and a yard. But still. Even with the crummy weather, the listing had a packed weekend of showings and pre-inspections. At the end of it, Lynham got 16 offers. The house, originally listed for $1,850,000, closed this week for $2,650,000 - an eye-popping $800,000 above its asking price. Read More

  • A Piece of Civil War History Offered At McLean Property

    April 23, 2022

    Civil War is embedded into this completely renovated and restored home listed in McLean. The seven-bedroom estate known as Langley Ordinary was once the headquarters of Union General George A. McCall in the Civil War and a Civil War hospital. It was later the home of George Walter, the architect behind Hickory Hill, a McLean home where the Kennedys once lived. Read More

  • Selling? Buying? We Asked Top Georgetown Real Estate Brokers

    February 11, 2022

    Thinking about buying or selling a home in Georgetown? See what WFP's Brokers have to say about the 2022 housing market. Read More

  • Historic Georgetown apartment building that served as a Civil War hospital goes up for sale

    February 01, 2022

    A Georgetown apartment building served as an Army hospital during the civil Was is going on the market. The seller has positioned it for a condo redevelopment. Check out this featured listing of HRL Partners, Anne Savage, and Nate Guggenheim. Read More

  • Sears kit house in Cleveland Park for sale for $1.5 million

    December 10, 2021

    Congratulations to our very own Marylyn Paige for her incredible sale in Cleveland Park!Read More

  • Five of the world’s best country estates for sale

    December 06, 2021

    Five of the world’s best country estates for sale: Sizeable prime property with no shortage of natural or agricultural delights — and room to breathe. Featuring Kathryn Harrell and HRL Partners at Washington Fine PropertiesRead More

  • Renovated Georgetown rowhouse on market for $4.6 million

    November 08, 2021

    This renovated Georgetown rowhouse, featuring HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties, is The Washington Post's Home of the Week!Read More

  • Washington Fine Properties Fall Newsletter

    November 02, 2021

    We have been busy at Washington Fine Properties! Take a moment to read our newsletter to see all the exciting changes happening this Fall. Read More

  • Welcome Nick Hazelton!

    October 27, 2021

    We are thrilled to announce that Nick Hazelton has joined the WFP family. Welcome Home!Read More

  • D.C. condos are in high demand.

    October 27, 2021

    Our very own Daryl Judy's featured listing in Logan Circle, includes 1BR/1BA, 745 sq/ft, and the terrace-level condo has a large, open living and dining room area with granite countertops and new wood flooring. Condos are a popular housing option in the D.C. market; that's partially because they can be found in almost every neighborhood and at a range of price points. We've got a couple of new condo owners on our team who say lower maintenance costs, attractive amenities, and flexibility in price/location drew them to condo life. What's happening: The latest Bright MLS data shows there was a significant increase in demand for higher-priced D.C. condos during the month of September. Lower-priced condos and townhomes saw a smaller increase in demand.Read More