ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Washington Commanders proprietor Dan Snyder has bought the costliest home within the historical past of D.C. space actual property historical past.
Snyder paid $48 million in money for the River View Property, which is positioned alongside the Potomac River, close to Mt. Vernon in Virginia.
In line with Zillow, the 16.5-acre property has a 16,000-square-foot foremost dwelling, a visitor home with three bedrooms and three bogs, and a separate carriage home.
There are seven whole bedrooms, 13 whole bogs, and particular facilities equivalent to a house fitness center, an indoor pool, a steam room, a sauna, plus a gaming room with a full bar, and a 15 seat movie show.
The house is completely automated to incorporate all utilities, geothermal heating, safety, leisure programs, and backup energy.
The ‘Washington Business Journal,‘ first reported on the acquisition after noticing Snyder listed his tackle as 7979 E. Boulevard Drive and wrote Washington Soccer Workforce proprietor below “enterprise or employment data” on a $25,000 donation to Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin’s inaugural committee on Jan. 7.
The house was reportedly purchased by a River View 7979 LLC on Nov. 1, 2021. It was first listed in the marketplace in January 2021 for $60 million by the CEO of Lockheed Martin Robert Stevens.
The earlier most costly dwelling offered within the Better Washington space was a McLean property bought by the late AOL co-founder Jim Kimsey for $45 million, in response to ‘Washington Biz Journal.’
Snyder’s soccer crew can also be within the means of looking for a brand new stadium. The Commanders group relies in Ashburn, Virginia, and is at present contemplating websites in Loudoun and Prince William Counties.
Gov. Youngkin has urged lawmakers to construct a soccer stadium within the Commonwealth, and a invoice to get the ball rolling lately handed the Home Appropriations Committee.
The laws would set up the Virginia Soccer Stadium Authority.