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Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy work together as a team with Washington Fine Properties. They have consistently been recognized by
REAL Trends and U.S. News as the top-producing real estate teams in the U.S.
They are referenced as “Power Brokers” and “Real estate phenoms” in the press and have recently been in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post,
NY Times, Capitol File, DC Modern Luxury, Washingtonian, Washington Life, Washington Business Journal, the Georgetown Dish, and many more.
While there are over 10,000 real estate agents in DC and the surrounding area, Kimberly and Daryl stand out because of their unique approach to the business. Their dedication and enthusiasm toward their clients is unmatched. They have a reputation for going the extra mile to ensure successful results for their clients. Their reputation for impeccable service and a flair for matching clients with the perfect properties go hand in hand with their vast market knowledge, sharp negotiating skills and cutting edge marketing, which have all led to their impressive sales volume.
In the Press
By Stacie Grazier Pfarr
THE DISTRICT – Andy Reynolds, a former deputy of science and technology advisor to the secretary of state, sold 12 Logan Circle NW for $2.9 million to an undisclosed buyer. The 1883 mansion is one of the few remaining original structures in the historic neighborhood. The classic Federal brick row house includes original pocket doors, fireplaces, wood shutters and floors. Washington Fine Properties’ Kimberly Casey represented the seller. Daryl Judy, also of Washington Fine Properties, represented the buyer.
November 15, 2017
By Michele Lerner
While it’s not unusual to see historic homes in Georgetown updated inside to meet modern requirements, it’s rare to find a newly constructed house in this Colonial-era neighborhood.
The house at 3324 Dent Pl. NW, a semidetached Georgian-style residence built by JC Development, includes interiors by Taylor Deering of Spaced Out and landscaping by Katia Goffin Gardens.
The interior design features wide-plank flooring in pale honey, high ceilings, oversized windows, a built-in speaker system, an alarm and intercom system and luxurious bathrooms with Waterworks cabinets, fixtures and hardware. Deering chose a color palette of midnight, mulberry and magnolia and unlacquered brass accents.
The master bathroom has marble tiles, an oversized shower and a sculptural free-standing tub. The kitchen includes upgraded stainless-steel appliances, honed marble counters, pendant lighting and Waterworks cabinets.
For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties at 202-361-3228 or 202-380-7219.
October 30, 2017
By Georgetown Saucer
Put it on your calendar now. This is a home you are not going to want to miss. Join Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties for wine and nibbles at the Preview Party on November 1st from 5:30 to 7:30 pm or come to the first public Open Houses on Saturday & Sunday November 4-5 from 1:00-4:00 pm.
Tucked in on a quiet and charming block at 3324 Dent Place NW is a rare ground-up new construction in Georgetown. That’s why the dream team of contributors to this home went to great lengths to gather input and approval from neighbors and agencies within the community.
Expertly built by JC Developers, with interiors designed by Spaced Out’s Taylor Deering, and exteriors from landscape architect Goffin Gardens, the finished product is nothing short of spectacular.
November 1, 2017
By Michelle Goldchain
In Georgetown, at 3324 Dent Place NW, there was once a home owned by Yarrow Mamout, a local celebrity who became famous in 1819 after Charles Wilson Peale, who painted presidential portraits, painted his portrait.
Mamout, whose portrait currently hangs in the Peabody Room of the Georgetown Public Library, was a former Muslim slave who was taken from Africa in 1752 who eventually gained his freedom and became a homeowner in the neighborhood. According to WAMU, he had a reputation for having an “industrious, moral, and honest nature.”
In July 2015, the site where Mamout’s home once stood made headlines as an archaeological dig searched for his remains. Those who searched only found items that included a metal cuff link engraved with a tiny crown, pottery shards, amber glass medicine bottle, and animal bones.
Two years earlier, there was a 19th-century house that occupied the lot, but it was razed after being vacant for several years. In 2011, a tree also crashed into the dilapidated house during Hurricane Irene, crushing its second floor, as reported by the Georgetowner.
Now, a brand new, multi-million dollar townhome can be found on the land, built by JC Developers with interiors designed by Spaced Out’s Taylor Deering and exteriors from landscape architect Goffin Gardens. With five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, this red brick abode looks fairly average from the front, blending into the community well, but on the inside it’s all modern.
July 7, 2017
By Michelle Goldchain
Renovated 120-year-old tow house in Logan Circle lists just under $1.5M
This Logan Circle rowhouse was constructed in 1895 and was recently upgraded and renovated from top to bottom. Asking $1,495,000, this stunner offers many entertaining spaces, which include a partially covered, private rooftop deck with a built-in kitchen.
Inside, there are three bedrooms and three bathrooms across roughly 1,600 square feet with hardwood flooring and recessed lighting throughout. Some of the design highlights include the custom closets, floating staircase, and modern kitchen with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Two-car garage parking is also included.
Listing agents Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy