For those who want to live like a celebrity, this single-family home is on the market—and for a lower price than before. It originally landed on the market in December for $13.5 million. The price was accompanied by a big name, CEO of BET Debra Lee.
In February 2016, this six-bedroom Massachusetts Avenue Heights listing landed on the market for $4.25 million. After a few months, it experienced a price chop, dropping it to $3.95 million. Recently, it was relisted for the original price.
With high ceilings and a southern exposure, this three-bedroom single-family home in Washington, D.C. is on the market for a pricey penny, but with a lot to offer. According to the listing, this is the first home built on Cleveland Avenue NW.
Beauty can be found in Washington, D.C.’s monuments, memorials, and, of course, real estate. This list proves that. This year, there were a myriad of listings that landed and left the market which you’ll be able to see here.
Unlike cities like Los Angeles or New York City, D.C. isn’t as well known for housing celebrities, unless they’re political. This year, though, there was a good number of celebrity homes that landed on the market or left the market with new owners.
The CEO and Chairman of BET Debra Lee recently landed her Massachusetts Avenue Heights single-family home on the Washington, D.C. market. With an asking price of $13.5 million, it is now the third most expensive listing in the District.
Commerce secretary nominee Wilbur Ross is looking for a new home, and he may have just found one. Ross placed a $12 million Massachusetts Avenue Heights mansion under contract for $12 million. The Beaux Arts estate comes with seven bedrooms.
Just recently, a former Naval base in West Virginia sold for $11.2 million, over $180 million less than what the state valued it as. Despite having 80 single-family homes, the 123-acre base sold below what many homes in the D.C. area close for.