At the tail end of last week, we found out that Deborah Winsor, widow of Bank of Georgetown founder Curt Winsor III, sold their sprawling Georgetown mansion for $7.8 million. They had not disclosed a buyer at the time, but as it turns out, Under Armour founder Kevin Plank will be moving in. What's more, now we know that Deborah Winsor was the one who finally bought disgraced IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn's Georgetown home after three price drops. What did all these sales look like? We give you the lowdown after the jump.
Address: 1405 34th Street NW
Size: 7,829 square feet with 8 bedrooms/8 bathrooms
Bought: For $5.2 million by the Winsors in 2006
Sold: For $7.8 million this month to Kevin Plank
Price Difference: Deborah Winsor made $2.6 million on the sale. Although we know that Kevin Plank lived in another Georgetown home, we have been unable to locate the address or for how much he sold his previous abode.
Address: 2613 Dumbarton Street NW
Size: 4,090 square feet with 3 bedrooms/5 bathrooms
Bought: For $4 million by DSK's wife Anne Sinclair in 2007
Sold: For $3.3 million last month to Deborah Winsor
Price Difference: After dropping the price from $5.2 million to $4.8 million and then again to $3.8 million, DSK and Anne Sinclair ended up losing $700K on the house that finally sold after roughly two years on and off the market.
· Luxury Home Sales: Under Armour's Kevin Plank Buys a Georgetown Mansion [Washingtonian]
· Dominique Strauss Kahn:What Does the IMF Chief's Arrest Mean? [Washingtonian]
· See Photos of Bank of Georgetown Founder's $7.8 M Mansion [CDC]
· Prior DSK coverage [CDC]