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BET CEO Debra Lee’s D.C. mansion lowers price once again, asks $10.75M

Get an inside look at the fourth most expensive listing in the nation’s capital

All photos via Washington Fine Properties

The CEO and Chairman of Black Entertainment Television (BET) Debra Lee first landed her Massachusetts Avenue Heights single-family home on the market in December 2016. At the time, its price was $13.5 million. Two months later, the price got a big chop, dropping to $11.5 million, and once again, the price has fallen now to $10.75 million.

With this new price, this listing now ranks as the fourth most expensive single-family home for sale in Washington, D.C.

The listing was designed by D.C.-based architecture firm Marshall Moya Design. It spans roughly 11,000 square feet with a curved facade, a 20-foot tall great room, and a full theater and media room.

Other need-to-know amenities include that it has five outdoor terraces, a wine room, and a pool. There is also a sauna and nine-car garage.

According to UrbanTurf, Lee once hosted a $40,000 per plate fundraiser for President Barack Obama in the four-bedroom, six-bathroom residence.

2815 Woodland Drive NW [Estately]

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