To the informal passerby, the large yellow and white Georgian styled home at 2401 Kalorama Highway, NW within the Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood might be mistaken for a recreation or a barely out of place house constructed in the Nineteen Thirties when Colonial-styled architectural revivals have been popular. Its origin, nonetheless, dates from its initial building in Danvers, Massachusetts in the middle of the 18th century, and is as authentic as its painstaking rebuilding in Washington between 1934 and 1936. In early 2006, soon after promoting their monstrous $22,000,000, 17,781 sq. foot house up in fancy-schmancy guard gated Beverly Park at a $four,5000,000 revenue, the Grammers purchased this house on swanky Bel Air Highway from music government Steve Drath. Property records show Kelse and Cammy paid $10,500,one zero five in February 2006 for the significantly smaller 6,811 square foot home with 7 bedrooms and seven loos. They should have felt down right cramped in this house compared to the hotel sized home in Bev Park.
And when the contract with the first agent expired brokers had been dying to get us to signal with them. I do not get it!!!!! I am sure if a list they have sells it bumps their fame……but the itemizing agent hardly ever reveals it. And from what I see they rarely sell it. When agents start buttering us as much as list it with them I ask……when you can sell it why have not you already carried out it? I suppose they expect me to be … Read More