Washington Fine Properties Is Proud To Announce The Sale Of Marwood For $20 Million
Posted by Marc Bertinelli — January 31, 2011
Ted and Lynn Leonsis have purchased Marwood for $20 million. Marwood, a 1926 chateau-style mansion, is situated on more than 13 acres of riverfront property in Potomac, Maryland. The property has a rich local history with FDR, Joseph Kennedy and the Gore family all having occupied this beautiful house over the years. Features include a gatehouse, pool and pool house, and a 10-car garage.
Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties represented the Leonsis family in both transactions and represented the Rogers family in its purchase of the McLean home. Marc Fleisher of Long & Foster Real Estate represented the Rogers family in the sale of Marwood, which wasn't on the market.
Washington Fine Properties is recognized as the finest brokerage firm in the Nation’s Capital Region providing the highest level of professional expertise, commitment to client services, and powerful marketing resources necessary in today’s challenging real estate environment. For more about Washington Fine Properties, please visit www.wfp.com.
Photo: Anice Hoachlander of Hoachlander Davis Photography