2411 California Street
Great location for a turn-key house! This Georgian 9,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, 7.5-bath home has been fully renovated and offers every bell and whistle, such as heated floors and towel racks, luxury kitchen appliances, a separate catering kitchen and a wonderful, heated pool with a gorgeous water feature. Its embassy-sized rooms provide sunny spaces for large-scale entertaining. The home retains its original 1911 architectural delights, such as elaborate plasterwork and intricate crown molding and trim. The window-lined dining room seats 18 and the house features parking for 10 cars. The sense of grandeur is tempered by the intimate warmth of a family home. The well proportioned rooms, multiple large windows, limestone patio with built-in barbecue and five fireplaces offer a myriad of options for smaller gathering. Talk about Washington star power: The current owners are Bob Pincus, vice-chairman of Eagle Bank and chairman of Black Street Capital Management, and his wife, Roxanne Little. The house is the former residence of William and Norma Leonard, the CBS news executive who created “60 Minutes.” Mrs. Leonard is the mother of Fox new host Chris Wallace.
Listed price: $5,995,000
Contact Michelle Galler, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty