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Drummer Max Weinberg lists Kalorama home for $2.7M

After one year of owning it, the bandleader has relisted the sophisticated stone home

All photos via Washington Fine Properties

In January 2016, Max Weinberg, the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and bandleader on Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk shows, purchased this sophisticated stone home in Kalorama for $2.4 million.

Now, homebuyers have the chance to buy the home, which just listed on the market for $2.79 million. Spanning roughly 3,000 square feet, the home features five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. While built in 1927, the listing indicates that it still has original details as well as room for expansion to a third floor.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Weinberg chose the home in order to be closer to his daughter, Ali Weinberg, a journalist with ABC News. He also planned on undertaking a “soup-to-nuts renovation” on the home.

The planned renovation shouldn’t be a surprise as Weinberg is known for being a serial renovator. In an interview with Wall Street Journal, he said, “I’ve bought and sold about 36 homes, lived in maybe like three of them.”

2302 Kalorama Road NW [Redfin]

Drummer Max Weinberg Buys Washington, D.C. Home for $2.4 Million [Wall Street Journal]