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Sports marketing exec Zach Leonsis confirmed as buyer of $9M Kalorama home

One of the former sellers was the owner of POLITICO

Photo via Washington Fine Properties

In March 2018, Curbed DC reported on the $9 million sale of this Kalorama mansion, which first listed in October 2017 for $9,975,000. Washington Business Journal and UrbanTurf recently revealed the identities of both the buyer and a notable former owner. The six-bedroom, four-level listing was formerly owned by POLITICO owner Robert Allbritto and recently sold to Washington, D.C. sports marketing exec Zach Leonsis, who works as the senior vice president of strategic initiatives for Monumental Sports & Entertainment and general manager of Monumental Sports Network.

With nearly 6,800 square feet of space, this residence offer a glass orangery, lower-level theater room, and library. It underwent a top-to-bottom, five-year renovation, completed in 2015. There is a sunroom with a skylight inside as well as a billiards room and an in-law suite. Outside, there are multiple patios, a pool, sundeck, and fountains. Four off-street parking spaces are included.

Kalorama home with orangery, theater sells for $9M [Curbed DC]

Here’s who bought a Kalorama home for $9 million [Washington Business Journal]

$9 Million Kalorama Home Sale is Biggest in DC This Year [UrbanTurf]