In a very private transaction, Beasley Real Estate has accomplished the highest priced sale in Kalorama so far in 2014. The residence is stunning.
The property at 2121 Leroy Place NW was listed privately at $4.2 million. The seller and the buyer’s names were not disclosed.
The interior is awe-inspiring and the rear patio is fit for royalty to party.
The truly magnificent federal was completely renovated, with lovely detailing throughout including wainscoting, crown moldings and coiffered ceilings.
Beasley, founded by managing partner Jim Bell, has rapidly risen to be one of the leading real estate firms in the area. Sales such as the Kalorama transaction and similar closings assures that Beasley is regarded as on top of the game in the real estate world.
Beasley is a boutique property brokerage firm with a global reach, specializing in the greater Washington DC area.
A private trunk show debuting designer Claire Florence's Luxury Travel Cashmere Collection was held on February 12.
This special event, thrown to inspire women about fashion while donating part of their proceeds to charity, was held at The George Town Club.
A portion of the proceeds went to The Georgetown Ministry Center to help the homeless thrive.
Page Evans was instruental in making this local event a success.
To see more about her line and upcoming fashion events, visit Claire Florence.
Gather your favorite bowling partners and head to Pinstripes February 22nd from 7:00-10:00pm to kick off the Concerts in the Parks concert series. This year’s benefit will be an adults-only evening at Pinstripes, the new bowling and bocce venue that features a bistro with exceptional Italian/American cuisine. Pinstripes is located in The Shops at Georgetown Park, the entrance is on Wisconsin Avenue next to the canal.
Co-Chairs Colman Riddell and Jennie Reno, promise a casual, fun night for all! In addition to bocce, bowling and bistro fare, attendees can test their luck in our fantastic prize give-away. Items to be raffled off include brunch at El Centro for four, wine dinner for four at Peacock Café, dinner at Martins in the “proposal booth,” ten ice-skating passes from Washington Harbour, vase from Jonathan Adler, cupcakes from Sprinkles, salon services from Madeline Wade, gift certificates from Café Bonaparte, Sherman Pickey, Pinstripes, American Holiday, and Le Pain Quotidien. Go to the Citizens Association of Georgetown website for details and to purchase tickets. Tickets are $85 for CAG members and $95 for non-CAG members. Proceeds help cover the costs of our summer concerts, which are free and open to the public.
Concerts Chair Hannah Isles reminds us that the 2014 concerts held at Rose and Volta park are set for Sunday, May 18 (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle), Sunday, June 15 (a Fathers’ Day celebration), and Sunday, July 13 (a patriotic parade). Mark your calendars because you won’t want to miss this Georgetown fun with friends, neighbors, and great music.