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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
May 18, 2020
Internationally-Inspired Mid-Century Modern in Massachusetts Avenue Heights
This Week’s Find is a Massachusetts Avenue Heights home that the owner customized with international inspirations.
Sylvia Gottwald has lived at 2550 28th Street NW for 35 years and she started designing and customizing the home while Director of Design and Development at the Ronald Reagan Trade Center.
The prominent elements of the exterior are the decorative brickwork, water features, and gardens. Gottwald shared with UrbanTurf that the blue brick accents were inspired by the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, and that those bricks are the same custom-made for the Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.
March 10, 2020
Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties represented 2 of the Top 10 Most Expensive Homes in February 2020. 2519 Massachusetts Ave. NW at $2,950,000 and 4845 Hutchins Pl. NW at $3,025,000.
January 21, 2020
Did Jeff Bezos Buy His Neighbor’s Mansion?
By James McClain | Variety
Word on the Washingtonian streets is that Jeff Bezos has stealthily expanded his real estate holdings in the high-nosed Kalorama neighborhood of town. Last week, a stately red brick manor directly across the street from his $23 million Textile Museum estate — currently undergoing major renovations — sold for $5 million in an all-cash deal, and more than a few news publications have surmised, if not explicitly stated, that the Amazon head honcho is almost certainly the buyer.
Bobbie Brewster, Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties jointly held the listing and also repped Bezos.
January 10, 2020
Jeff Bezos Closes on $5 Million Kalorama Mansion
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos owns one more home in DC.
Under the name The Capitol Revocable Trust, Bezos purchased 2325 S Street NW (map) on Friday for $5 million. The purchaser name is remarkably similar to Cherry Revocable Trust, the entity that the Amazon founder used to buy the former Textile Museum for $23 million in 2016. The museum, which Bezos has been renovating to serve as his primary DC residence for the last few years, sits directly across the street from 2325 S Street NW.
Listed with Washington Fine Properties in December for $4.995 million, the four-bedroom at 2325 S Street NW went under contract in two weeks, remarkably fast for a listing priced this high. At the time it was listed, UrbanTurf wrote about the new home, joking that the new owner could be Bezos’ neighbor.
Washington Fine Properties did not respond to comment about the transaction.
January 8, 2020
Jeff Bezos To Buy Another DC Home… The One Across the Street
UrbanTurf learned earlier this week that the founder of Amazon is scheduled to close on the four-bedroom home at 2325 S Street NW (map) on Friday. The home, listed for just under $5 million with Bobbie Brewster, Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties, went under contract within two weeks of being listed in December. It sits directly across the street from the former Textile Museum, which Bezos purchased for $23 million in 2016 and has been renovating ever since. Washington Fine Properties did not comment on the transaction.
It will be interesting to see what Bezos will do with his new acquisition. Reconfigured and renovated since it was last sold in 2001, the home has a four-level elevator, guest quarters, and a climate-controlled 700-bottle wine cellar, so it could make for a good guesthouse (for someone owns a museum-turned-home across the street). A roof deck off the third-floor master suite looks down on what will be Bezos’ primary DC residence.
When complete, the renovated mansion will spread out over 27,000 square feet with 11 bedrooms, five living rooms, three kitchens and an expansive ballroom, among other amenities.