If it has ever been your goal in life to live in a party mansion, and you have an extra $4.5 million laying around, boy do we have an opportunity for you!
This former Airbnb property was shut down after police responded to noise complaints at the house more than 100 times in a single year. Though the Kalorama house, titled as a "celebrity mansion" tried to make it clear that the space was not for parties, with a disclaimer of NOT FOR EVENTS in the title, the D.C. government still sued owner Doug Jefferies, founder of Results Gym, for operating without the proper licenses.
Now, it looks like Jeffries is selling his five-bedroom, five-bath house with a listing through Compass. Some of the property's most unique features? A heated rooftop swimming pool with an underwater window into the living room, two koi ponds, an 18-foot entry foyer, a 25-foot stone waterfall and a game room complete with a London-style phone booth.
“When I saw this home I realized immediately the unrivaled caché it would offer its next owner,” said Mandy Mills, realtor and senior vice president of Compass in DC. “It provides both a place to retreat from the demands of Washington’s power circles and the capacity to comfortably welcome the city’s elite. This architectural gem is move-in ready or can be a blank canvas to shape to your own exacting standards."
- Neighborhood: Kalorama
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 5
- Size: 5,222-square-feet
- Pool: Heck yes! And it's a heated rooftop pool.
- Extra Goodies: Roof deck; elevator; climate-controlled two-car garage; master suite with an outdoor shower
In case you were one of the few folks who didn't hop into the photo gallery straight away, scroll back to the top and take a tour through this mansion! For more information, please see the full listing here.