The secret owner of a Mount Vernon mansion created on land once owned by a single of America’s Founding Fathers, George Washington, is Dan Snyder — the billionaire operator of the NFL’s Washington Commanders.
Snyder, who has owned the team (formerly regarded as the Redskins) considering that 1999, plunked down $48 million in money for the assets back in Oct, records expose.
He also paid an further $2 million for all the home furniture that arrived with the renovated property.
This would mark the most highly-priced dwelling at any time offered in the D.C. location, according to the Washington Company Journal.
Named River Watch, the sprawling estate sits together the Potomac River and features seven bedrooms spanning much more than 16,000 sq. toes, with an extra 3-bedroom, 2,600-sq.-toes guest house.
Located on Boulevard Generate, it was to begin with on the industry in 2020 for $60 million.
Even though detailed less than the LLC “River View 797,” marketing campaign finance data demonstrate Snyder experienced marked down the sprawling mansion as his deal with when he donated $25,000 to Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s marketing campaign early last month.
Amenities contain a game place with a total bar, a movie theater, a residence health and fitness center with radius windows overlooking the Potomac, an adjacent spa area with a sauna and steam home — and an indoor resistance pool, in accordance to the listing.
Terraces with water views are accessed by virtually each individual home in the American Federal-model residence designed by architect Jim Rill, the past listing said.
Options also consist of 400 feet of water frontage and a reception area that opens out to the expansive gardens.
Positioned on far more than 16 acres of land, the residence was final bought by the previous CEO of Lockheed Martin, Robert Stevens, and his spouse, Michelle Stevens, in 2014 for $18.6 million, documents clearly show.
The property was component of the authentic 1,800 acres America’s to start with president procured in 1760, according to the American Horticultural Modern society, which still owns a portion of the first home, now a historic landmark that serves as a museum.
The home remained in Washington’s family until 1859 and has only adjusted hands a total of 4 occasions because then.
Heaone. ofther Corey of TTR Sotheby’s Intercontinental Realty held the listing.