RGIII Home Up For Sale
Dated: April 6 2016
The area in and around Washington, DC, is home to many professional athletes. Some bring their families, some don't. Some rent, some buy. One thing you can almost count on, though...if a pro athlete is selling his or her home in this area, it's rare to see a For Sale sign in the yard.
That's true in the case of Robert Griffin III's home in Loudoun County, VA, which came on the market April 4. RGIII is the second owner of this 4BR/4FBA/2HBA home built in 2010. He bought it in 2013 for $2,497,000.
The home sits on a lot just above 3 acres in size inside a gated community which offers a golf course, tennis courts, clubhouse with dining room and lounge, billiard room, fitness center, and more.
The home itself offers floors of travertine in the foyer, kitchen, and mudroom, and hand-scraped hardwood in the living room, dining room, family room, and library. The custom kitchen has a butler's pantry, island, and plenty of room for a table. There are three fireplaces, located in the living room, family room, and expansive rec room. An elevator offers access to all three levels.
There is a large owners' bedroom, an expansive owners' bath, and an amazing walk-in closet. Two other bedrooms are located on the upper level, along with the laundry room, and the fourth bedroom and full bath are on the lower level. The lower level also offers a wine celler, theater room, and wet bar.
Outside there is a heated pool and hot tub, and the pool house with wet bar and luxury bath is a great place for relaxing. The home is surrounded by mature trees, a large percentage of which are evergreens.
With more than 30 years of combined experience in Montgomery County real estate, Debbie Browne and her partner Charles Chapman are an exceptional team to help you buy or sell your home. Big-picture ov....
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