When Bank of Georgetown founder Curtin Winsor III died last December, he left behind, among other things, an eight bedroom mansion in Georgetown. While the banker's widow Deborah had initially listed the home at $8.9 million, the $7.8 million for which it just sold was still a jump on the $5.2 million for which they purchased it in 2006. We've got photos of the mansion and some of its more interesting amenities (like its heated pool and fireplaces) after the jump.
· Historic home of Bank of Georgetown founder sells for $7.8 million [WBJ]
· 1405 34th Street NW [Homevisit]