Main Content

Home » Press



January 22, 2021

Best New Listings

Over in Logan Circle, this corner penthouse unit comes with a metal winding stair up to an extensive private roof terrace that earned a Washington Post feature. The interior lives up to its industrial-style billing with exposed HVAC and conduits, a raw concrete ceiling, extra-tall paned windows, and an open concept living/dining space with a glass door to a balcony. The kitchen is also open, with the stovetop integrated into the island beneath a hood, a wine fridge, under-cabinet lighting, and cabinetry almost to the ceiling. There is open flow into the bedroom suite, which has shelving and cabinetry recessed into a wall. The unit also comes with a garage parking space, and amenities include a guest suite.

Read full article here


December 22, 2020

Bezos, Scherzer, Howard: The Year in Celebrity Real Estate in DC

Washington, DC is not a very active market when it comes to celebrities buying or listing residential real estate. However, 2020 was a year in which a few bold-faced names made real estate headlines in the region.

Read full article here


September 9, 2020

Five Stories on Embassy Row

This turn-of-the-century, five-story rowhouse is located on DC’s Embassy Row. The spacious octagonal foyer has checkerboard flooring, wood panel walls, and a corner fireplace, and the similarly-shaped living room also has a corner fireplace along with decorative molding, and a bay nook past pillars. The formal dining room has a coffered ceiling, angled fireplace, color-blocked wood-paneled walls, and a pair of leaded windows looking into the kitchen. One of the upstairs bedrooms is double-sized and has an angled fireplace, bay window, and a large sitting area with two sets of floor-to-ceiling built-ins. The top level is skylit and could serve as an in-law suite, complete with U-shaped kitchen nook. The lower level is also a one-bedroom unit with a separate entrance and an ornate stovepipe fireplace in the living area.

Read full article here


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.

Read full article here

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.

> Read more at The Washingtonian

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.

Read full article here


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.


Read full article here


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.


Read full article here


December 10, 2019

The House That Can Make You Jeff Bezo’s Neighbor

If you are interested in living across the street from the founder of Amazon, here’s your chance.

2325 S Street NW hit the market last week for $4.995 million. The home, listed with Bobbie Brewster, Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties, sits directly across the street from the former Textile Museum, which Jeff Bezos purchased for $19 million in 2015 and has been renovating as his DC home in the subsequent years.

More details below.

  • Full Listing: 2325 S Street NW (map)
  • Price: $4.995 million
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: Seven
  • Year Built: 1951
  • Listing Agents: Bobbie Brewster, Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey, Washington Fine Properties

November 22, 2019
By Andrew Giambrone

This light-filled historic mansion on the corner of 16th and R streets NW features multiple fireplaces, soaring ceilings, and around a dozen bedrooms. The home includes more than 9,000 square feet of space and previously served as the embassies of Bolivia and Ecuador. The property comes with a carriage house, an au-pair suite, a garage, and a parking space.

The mansion was built in the 1880s and embodies the Richardsonian Romanesque style. It boasts a turret as well as rounded windows and wrought-iron balconies. There are hardwood floors and chandeliers throughout, including in the big formal dining room. The kitchen has been refurbished and is equipped with two stoves, two dishwashers, and two sinks. A spiral staircase with carved balusters leads upstairs, and each of the master suites has a fireplace.

The listing team—Washington Fine Properties’ Bobbie BrewsterKimberly Casey, and Daryl Judy—says the home is among the largest townhouses in the vicinity of Dupont Circle and Logan Circle. The 14th Street NW corridor is within walking distance, as are restaurants on 17th Street NW and Connecticut Avenue NW.

> Read more at DC Curbed


August 16, 2019

Best New Listings: Turn-of-the-Century In Lincoln Park

Smart Turn-of-the-Century Capitol Hill Rowhouse

A couple of blocks from Lincoln Park, this 2,100 square-foot turn-of-the-century rowhouse incorporates smart upgrades to its renovated interior. The family room has a modern fireplace set behind stainless steel and glass, open to the dining area beyond where there is a wet bar area with wine fridge and floating cabinets. The centerpiece of the house is perhaps the L-shaped kitchen with a marble waterfall breakfast bar island, and slate counters and backsplash surrounding the cooktop. The kitchen is open to the living area where door-sized windows converge at the far corner and french doors lead out to a garden-framed pebbled patio.

  • Full Listing: 229 12th Street SE (map)
  • Price: $1,540,000
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 2.5
  • Square Feet: 2,158
  • Year Built: 1900
  • Listing Agents: Daryl Judy, Kimberly Casey, Washington Fine Properties

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy

June 2019

KALORAMA – 2344 Massachusetts Ave NW – Commanding a prime position on the District’s Embassy Row, this 1908-built house has been meticulously restored. Steeped in exclusivity and designer finishes, this five-level home spans approximately 6,700 square feet and offers five bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths. An elevator services all floors, and both the attached garage and driveway are heated. This residence encompasses generous entertaining spaces, opulent millwork and significant lighting upgrades. Listing agents: Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy.



June 21, 2019

Best New Listings: En-Suites for All in Burleith-Hillandale

This five-bedroom home in Burleith-Hillandale boasts a transitional style throughout its 3,800 square-foot interior. The front porch offers french door access to the open-concept main level, which has a coffered ceiling and is finished in white, black and light-colored woods. The kitchen at has a marble- and butcher block-topped breakfast bar, a concealed hood above the gas stove, and a textured black subway tile backsplash. All of the bedrooms have en-suite baths, including the owner’s suite with a trio of oversized windows, where the en-suite has a frameless glass shower stall with a built-in bench and a standalone tub. The fourth bedroom has a cove ceiling and french doors out to a private balcony, and the fifth bedroom sits on the lower level, which also enjoys separate access to the rear flagstone patio and a parking space beyond the fence.

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy

May 13, 2019
By Michele Lerner

Do you think 14th Street near Logan Circle is too pricey for someone looking for an affordable place to buy? While you may not be able to snap up one of those gorgeous rowhouses adjacent to 14th Street or afford a posh penthouse with a rooftop deck, a studio condo could provide you the centrally located city dwelling you crave.

The efficiently designed studio at 1634 14th St. NW, Unit #T001, is priced at $355,000, with a monthly condo fee of $313. Annual property taxes are $2,218.

> Read more at The Washington Post

May 10, 2019
By Andrew Giambrone

Right on the lively 14th Street NW commercial corridor, this studio condo unit at the Aston building, at 1634 14th Street NW, features modern finishes and functional design. The unit, which just hit the market for $355,000, has a private outdoor patio accessible through a glass door and a sleek kitchen with marble counters and backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a wine fridge. It also comes with a Murphy bed flanked on both sides by wide custom shelves.

There are in-unit laundry machines. The bathroom has marble walls and flooring as well as a sizable tub/shower combo. A spacious walk-in closet includes drawers, cubbies, and a built-in vanity. Behind the shelves in the living space is a hidden storage area with a ceiling light.

The studio last sold in 2016 for $325,000, property records say, and HOA dues are $313 a month. The building is pet-friendly. It’s a quick stroll from some of the city’s best-known restaurants, shops, and bars, plus a 10-minute walk from the U Street–African American Civil War Memorial Metro station. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties are the listing agents. An open house is set for May 12, 1 p.m. through 4 p.m.

> Read more at DC Curbed

May 2, 2019
By Tom Acitelli

The 1,754-square-foot Unit 408 at the Metropole complex at 1515 15th Street NW in the Dupont Circle-Logan Circle borderlands includes three full bathrooms and the potential for three bedrooms.

There is also plenty of closet space and garage parking, too, and veritable walls of windows, never mind the exposed ducts and super-high ceilings.

But the really remarkable feature of the duplex is the wraparound terrace that runs to more than 800 square feet itself. The listing by Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy bills the terrace as the biggest outdoor space at the Metropole. Have a look.

> Read more at DC Curbed

November 14, 2018


“It has become the It city,” says Daryl Judy, associate broker and one half of the Kimberly & Daryl Team.

Home prices reflect that desirability. The median home value is nearly $700,000, having jumped by 2.2 percent over the past year. Real estate listing platform Zillow estimates it will shoot up another 2.4 percent over the next 12 months, shaping a median list price per square foot twice as high as that for the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria metro.

Average rent in Arlington clocks a little over $2,000, which almost mirrors the rate in D.C., according to RENTCafe. Most of the new construction here is in the rental realm, said Battle, adding that it is “going to go crazy.” Investors will begin buying on the news that Amazon is moving in, ushering the first vestiges of price uptick, he said.

As more and more residents are set to flood the market over the foreseeable future, worries are starting to surface in both Arlington and Long Island City. Traffic is a major one—its magnitude could even overweigh any real estate advancements, Denham said. In Arlington, water taxis may absorb some of the brunt, Judy said. In Queens, DeCurtis said that congestion—on the streets, in schools, in parking lots and in various amenities—might prompt politicians to enact infrastructural updates.

And yet, the pains of growth, realtors in both locales agree, might well be worth the exalted profile that comes with housing one of the world’s most prolific companies.

> Read more at Robb Report

November 15, 2018

Where: 1313 R St. NW, #1
How much: $2,095,000
When: Sunday, November 18 from 1 to 4 PM
Why: New construction in Logan Circle comes with three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a super sleek kitchen, spa-grade baths, and three outdoor areas: a deck, patio, and private terrace.

> Read more at The Washingtonian

November 1, 2018

James and Jamie Coss spent nine months looking for a home that was close to work, a grocery store and a gym.

In December 2015, they bought a three-level condo on the third floor of a vintage 1895 townhouse near Logan Circle for $1,289,000 that checked all of the boxes. A desire to change a bathtub in the master bathroom started a chain reaction that would eventually make being near a gym irrelevant.

The couple had been renting an apartment at CityCenterDC in Northwest Washington for a year, and they were ready for something larger and more permanent. James Coss, 35, is a tax attorney for a large accounting firm with offices in the District. He used proximity to a grocery store as a real-estate compass to guide them to their new home.

“I subscribe to the Whole Foods theory of real estate,” James said. “Once they build one, the neighborhood will be full of yuppies for the next several decades. Selling your home will also be easier, because Whole Foods has put their stamp of approval on it.”

> Read more at The Washington Post

July 13, 2018

Newspapers tucked behind a mirror above the living room fireplace led Connie Rath to surmise that her stately red brick Victorian in Logan Circle might be older than she had been told. When she was having the plaster around the mirror painted, some of it crumbled, revealing newspapers from 1869. However, the date on the permit to build the house on file with the city is May 1883. The 14-year difference is a mystery, but perhaps those thrifty builders saved their newspapers.

The house was designed by noted Washington architect Glenn Brown for Thomas P. Simpson, a patent attorney and scion of a prominent Washington family. Simpson’s grandfather came to Washington in 1783 and was clerk of works, a sort of deputy to the architect of the Capitol and White House. His uncle Walter Lenox was mayor of Washington and a regent of the Smithsonian Institution.

> Read more at The Washington Post

June 18, 2018

Check out the Cribline’s Luxury House Pick of the Week, an eight (8) bedroom, six and a half (6.5) bathroom mansion in Logan Circle with major rental potential.

Originally built in 1880 and located at 1324 Vermont Avenue NW, you have the main house with 5BR/3.5BA, two separate rental units, and carriage house for a total of nearly 5,000 square feet of prime rentable real estate.

This pristine home has been renovated to retain its soaring ceilings, hardwood floors and beautiful mill-work. Its many other features include a gourmet kitchen, large private patio, separate dining room, grand foyer, and four (4) fireplaces. Abundant storage, lots of natural light, parking and a well manicured garden in front make this a must-see. Shown by appointment only.

> Read more at The Cribline

May 31, 2018

Two of our listings are on the Washingtonian BEST LIST this week! They are only two of SEVEN that we have open this Sunday, June 3rd 1:00-4:00. Come visit us!

Access to the Finest!

> Read more at Washingtonian

February 27, 2018

Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, the consistently recognized Washington Fine Properties (WFP) team proudly present another distinctive property that showcases extraordinary design. Situated between Logan Circle and Dupont Circle, the four luxury Meridian Residences, priced from $945,000 to $1,895,000, have a French modern aesthetic, courtesy of designer Sandra von Kampen and Potomac Construction Group, and are teeming with magnificent finishes.

> Read more at Georgetown Dish

January 23, 2018
By Michelle Goldchain

Looking for something a little newer? Capable of spending a good amount of dough on a home? Or maybe you’re simply in search for some real estate eye candy? This Cleveland Park single-family home should do the trick. Listed for $2.2 million, this newly constructed residence offers highlights like recessed lighting, sliding barn doors, and a two-story dining room with exposed beams made out of reclaimed wood.

Along with five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, there is also a finished basement and three outdoor spaces, including a rooftop deck and private side gardens. In the bathrooms, there are freestanding bathtubs, walk-in showers, and subway tile. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, there are stainless steel appliances and a spacious island with a built-in sink. The entire structure spans 4,000 square feet.

> Read more at DC Curbed

October 20, 2017
By Erika Huber

Where: 1248 Fairmont St., NW #2
How Much: $450,000
When: Saturday, 1 to 4 pm and Sunday, 1 to 4 pm
Why: Located in the newly constructed Mansarte, a development with a chic mix of modern architecture and classic French design, the interior of this one-bed, one-bath is just as stylish as its exterior. The kitchen features clean and sleek designs, with custom cabinetry, a four-seat island, and a farmhouse sink. The 760-square-foot property has two outdoor patios, a fireplace, and wood flooring throughout. Both travel and recreation are easily accessible, with Columbia Heights metro station an eight-minute walk away and Meridian Hill Park just 11 minutes from the condo.

> Read more at The Washingtonian

Holiday 2017
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.

> Read more at Washington Life

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.

> Read more at The Washington Post

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.

> Read more at The Georgetown Dish

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.

> Read more at Curbed DC

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

> Read more here

May 9, 2017
By Michele Lerner

The Logan’s million-dollar condos hit all the marks

Million-dollar condos, once a rarity in the Washington region, may be more common than in the past but they’re still surprising. What makes a condo worth that price often includes a prime location, plenty of space, high-end finishes and a splashy floor plan.

The Logan, a new six-unit condominium development at 1310 Q St. NW where the units are priced from $1.150 million to $2.845 million, hits all those buttons.

Several factors make the Logan different from typical condo developments in the city: Each unit has a different floor plan with private elevator access. The condos have 1,600 to 3,500 square feet. Each has private outdoor space. And the construction standards are exceptionally high.

Listing agents Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy

May 1, 2017


The Logan, a new development from Washington Fine Properties agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, is a true marriage of tradition and innovation. It is comprised of the original Logan Circle house, built in 1887 which was previously a bed and breakfast, and a new building that was constructed on the adjacent lot. The Logan now houses six impeccably crafted flats that take luxury living to a new level of sophistication. The flats feature traditional touches mixed with fresh finishes and cater to the desires of today’s most discerning tastemakers.

April 28, 2017

Trump Cabinet A Boon to Washington, D.C.’s Luxury Market

A new report has shed light on what many have speculated since President Donald Trump took office: that the apparently wealthiest cabinet in history will boost the luxury property market in and around the nation’s capital.

The average price of luxury homes in Washington, D.C., surged 32.6% to $2.7 million in the first quarter, as a result of several deals by new cabinet members, according to Redfin’s luxury market report published Thursday. Redfin defines luxury homes as the top 5% most expensive homes in the city.

Thanks to the affluent cabinet members’ big-ticket deals, Washington, D.C. had the fastest-growing luxury market among the more-than-1,000 cities across the country that Redfin tracks. The first quarter of the year also reversed a year-long downward trend in sales prices of luxury homes in the city.

“The luxury market has benefited from the new administration,” said Kimberly Casey, a luxury agent at Washington Fine Properties, “But improving job and economic condition and confidence in real estate market also contributed to the surge,” she added.

New upscale condos are being rolled out to meet the anticipated increase in demand. One of them, The Logan, at 1310 Q St., N.W. and within walking distance to the White House, will hit the market next week, according to Ms. Casey, who is handling sales with her fellow agent Daryl Judy. It offers six residences with prices ranging from $1.15 million to $2.845 million.

April 28, 2017

Inside Logan Circle’s newest, priciest condo development

On May 4, Washington, D.C. will get a brand new, upscale condominium project, called The Logan. Located at 1310 Q Street NW in the Logan Circle neighborhood, this project will feature five units and one penthouse, ranging in price from $1.15 million to $2,845,000.

Inside, there are high-end kitchens with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops. The bathrooms offer white Carrara floor tiles and natural stone vanities.

The project is presented by Potomac Construction Group in conjunction with Lastos Finance, Akseizer Design Group and The Kimberly & Daryl Team. The Logan has been in development for over two years.

April 9, 2017

Cribline Sneak Peek: chic Dual-Unit Project in Mt. Pleasant

Check out this Cribline exclusive Sneak Peek, not even publicly listed yet, another expertly designed and superbly built dual-unit project by Intown Development located at 3235 Walbridge Place NW in Mount Pleasant, near the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park.

Unit A features two (2) bedrooms, two (bathrooms) and a spacious terrace for $459,000. Unit B features three (3) bedrooms, two-and-a-half (2.5) bathrooms, three (3) outdoor spaces, and a secure parking for $859,000.  Both units offer luxury finishes, defining craftsmanship, and an unparalleled location.

Listing Agents Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy

April 5, 2017

Spectacular Georgetown Renovation on Reservoir Road

“We wanted a place that’s Georgetown adjacent, large enough for a family, with room for an au pair suite … and the in-laws, with parking,” explained Washington Fine PropertiesDaryl Judy as he enthusiastically gave The Georgetown Dish a sneak peek of this latest luxury residential renovation.

Together with long-time sales partner Kimberly Casey, VICI Investments and Akseizer Design Group, Judy and his stellar team unveiled “a new modern transitional which honors traditional elements and yet has a clean modern perspective.” 

Listing Agents Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy

March 30, 2017

GDoN “light to fill every room” edition

Condo located on the southside of the building allowing light to fill every room with the oversized windows. This comfortable 2 BD, 2 BA condo has an open floor plan featuring separate living room and dining room. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, gas cooking and a breakfast bar, hardwood floors throughout, crown molding, and a gas fireplace. extra storage and a full-sized, deeded PKING

Listing Agents Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy

March 28, 2017

Checking in on the Condo Conversion, The Mansarte, at 13th and Fairmont St, NW

The Mansarte project is a conversion of a Grand Victorian on premium, extra wide corner lot into five luxurious condominiums. The lower level will feature two (1bd/1bth) units, each with an outdoor space and back patio. The main, first, and second floors will each feature 1800 sqf (3bd/3.5bth) condos. Each unit will have outdoor space whether it is a wrap-around porch or balcony on top. Also, all units will have access to a shared roof deck and indoor secured parking.

March 16, 2017

High-income millennials use their buying power on luxury homes

A surprisingly high number of millennials around the country and in the Washington region earn a high enough income to afford a $1 million residence. According to research by Zillow, Arlington has more millennials with a household income of $350,000 or more than any other jurisdiction in the country, with 8.7 percent of millennials among that wealthy cohort.

The District is also on the list, tied at eighth place with New York City, both places where 2.8 percent of millennials have a household income of $350,000 or more.

“Most of the millennials we see who have the money to buy a $1 million home are households with two lawyers,” said Daryl Judy, an associate broker with Washington Fine Properties. “Some also work for tech companies or are associated with bio-tech research. A surprising number of people in their early 30s that we’ve worked with are taking over their parents’ businesses.”


March 10, 2017

Award-winning contemporary home in Arlington is on the market

By binding together cubes of various sizes and shapes, renowned D.C.-based architect David Jameson transformed an unremarkable ranch-style house into a striking contemporary home in the Arlington Ridge community. Although the footprint of the 1946 house remains, its shape and size have been dramatically altered.

Jameson did more than open a few walls and plop a second-story addition on the low-slung house. He created a Jengalike structure with boxes positioned next to and on top of one another.

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


March 1, 2017

This Week’s Find: A David Jameson Home Designed For a Collection
Almost a year ago to the day, UrbanTurf covered a David Jameson-designed home in Maryland that was listed privately by the owner. Today, another home designed by the acclaimed DC-based architect is hitting the market in northern Virginia.Designed for a couple with an extensive art collection, Jameson’s goal when he transformed the Arlington home in 2008 and 2009 was to create a place for every piece. A second story addition was constructed on the 1940s home, which is highlighted with large windows and long, open walls to exhibit the couple’s many works.

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 21, 2017

Luxury penthouse emerges from remodeled 1890 D.C. rowhouse

Shaw is among the District’s hottest neighborhoods for dining and shopping, so it’s no wonder that builders have targeted it for upscale developments.Lock7 Development recently restored and remodeled a circa 1890 Federal-style rowhouse into two contemporary condominiums, each with three or four outdoor spaces along with a parking space and luxurious interior finishes. Known as the Burlingham, the condo is at 919 R St. NW, four blocks from the Shaw-Howard U Metro station.

One unit has been sold, but the penthouse unit, at 1,674 square feet, is priced at $1,299,990. This two-level unit has an open floor plan on the first level with a living area with a bay window alcove, an open kitchen and an open dining room with a balcony. At the back of this level is a bedroom with a wall of closets, a full bathroom and a private balcony. On the second level are a roof deck, a den or office, another full bathroom and a second bedroom with a private balcony and a wall of closets.

The unit has white oak hardwood flooring, high ceilings, tall windows, recessed lighting and energy-efficient appliances. Both bathrooms have dark gray tile flooring in a chevron pattern with white cabinets and Carrara marble countertops. The kitchen has a professional-quality stainless-steel gas range, an under-cabinet microwave drawer, pendant lighting and a herringbone-patterned backsplash. Custom millwork on the dining room walls adds a classic touch to soften the contemporary style of the kitchen.

For more information, visit or contact Kimberly Casey at 202-361-3228 or Daryl Judy at 202-380-7219, both associate brokers with Washington Fine Properties.


January 13, 2017

Logan Circle: A Tale of Two Eras

One of the neighborhood’s signature draws is the historic Victorian-style townhomes that fan out from the circle itself, as well as the smaller townhomes along the neighborhood’s quiet side streets. In 2016, the average price for a house in Logan Circle was $1.34 million (a steady increase from $1.25 million in 2014). The average sale price for a condo in the neighborhood last year came in at almost $680,000.

“I don’t think prices are going to go up exponentially in the future, but growth will remain steady” said Daryl Judy, an associate broker with Washington Fine Properties and 15-year Logan Circle resident. “In a sense, we’re a little insulated here from larger market changes.”


December 21, 2016

The Best Listing of the Year (For a Well-Paid Lobbyist)


DC is now a town replete with high-end, luxurious homes that appeal to the city’s growing, well-heeled clientele. So, finding a listing that should be highlighted above all others for a given year is not an easy task. Here is our favorite for 2016.

The owners of 1516 Kingman Place NW purchased the rowhouse in May 2014, and then immediately embarked on a renovation with AllenBuilt and architect Jon Hensley that not only revamped the interior, but almost doubled the home’s footprint.

The back of the home was extended twelve feet to make way for a living space, a Pedini-designed kitchen with a massive Cesarstone island and a 16-foot wide glass and steel system that opens to the renovated back deck.

“We recognized the house had good bones but we wanted to enhance it with a large indoor/outdoor space for entertaining,” the owners told UrbanTurf. “We made the kitchen the heart of the house, as that is where everyone naturally congregates.”

The second level was renovated to be completely open, except for a pocket door that closes off the master suite. The lower level was made into a family room with space for another bedroom.

Unfortunately, the owners didn’t have very long to enjoy the renovation. Shortly after it was complete, the couple relocated to Florida for work. The home went on the market in February, but didn’t stay there very long, as it was under contract in less than a week.

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


November 16, 2016

Waiting in line for a luxury condo paid off for 20 lucky and wealthy buyers


Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties was one of the real estate agents who hired someone to stand in line for him last week to snag one of the coveted appointments with the sales staff of Westlight, a 71-unit luxury condo building under construction in the West End neighborhood of Northwest Washington.

On Monday night, Judy learned his preparation and foresight were rewarded. Not only did he get an appointment, but also the contract he submitted on behalf of his clients was accepted by the developer.

All 20 units released by the developer were put under contract, according to Mei-Mei Watts Venners, director of sales at Westlight. Every unit went under contract at full list price or higher. Prices for the units start at $625,000 for 631 square feet and run upward of $4.4 million for a 3,051-square-foot three-bedroom residence. One unit received four offers. Venners declined to say how much above the asking price that unit went for.

Because D.C. law gives buyers 15 days to change their mind, Venners and her staff were in the process of writing back-up contracts with those buyers who lost out in the first round.

“We’re thrilled,” Venners said. “Everybody seems very pleased.”

Knowing the demand would be great, Judy hired someone to stand in line starting at 5 a.m., even though no appointments would be taken until noon.

“We had a plan A, plan B and plan C,” said Judy who wound up No. 15 in line. “This is the one we wanted, but we were fearful. Of the 20, I didn’t know if anyone was going to get mine or not.”

Judy was given an appointment on Thursday. Because he was out of the country that day, he had his business partner submit the contract.

“We wrote a really good offer they couldn’t say no to,” Judy said.


November 9, 2016

Where will Trump administration officials live in Washington?


Here come the swamp-drainers!

The Republican folks scattered all over the country (as far away as Wasilla, Alaska?) who will be answering President-elect Donald Trump’s calls to serve in his administration will soon be moving in. They’ll be buying condominiums and mini-mansions and tooling around the streets in those dark sedans and taking the private tables in the city’s steakhouses.

They will, of course, given their anti-establishment mandate, take pains to avoid the appearance that they’re actually happy to be in Washington, a town they’ve derided as a cesspool of bureaucratic bog-rot. Potomac fever is to be avoided at all costs.

But they have to live somewhere. So where to look?

Daryl Judy, an associate broker at Washington Fine Properties, notes that Washington has changed since the days that an election meant a housing shake-up. “D.C. is not a one-industry town anymore,” he says.

And what about a movement the other way — as in all those people who swore they’d leave the country if Trump was elected? Judy isn’t expecting a migration. “People are staying — they have PTA meetings and kickball teams, and schools that are improving and great restaurants … and a city we love.”


October 27, 2016

The “O” House in Logan Circle Hits the Market


There were two things that made the new residence — dubbed “The O House” after the original lot owner John O’Hagan — stand out. For one, it was the first major brick structure constructed on the 1500 block of P Street NW. Second, the home was built detached and set back from the street, two reasons that it differentiates itself from the attached rowhomes on the central Logan Circle street. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


October 7, 2016

Renovated and Expanded in Chevy Chase DC


A home tucked away in Chevy Chase DC was renovated and expanded by Property Alchemist into the 4,650 square-foot, six-bedroom house that hit the market earlier this week. The home’s centerpiece is a gourmet eat-in kitchen surrounded by a living area, and just adjacent to a large family room. In addition to the bedrooms upstairs, there is a fully-finished lower level with a recreation room, as well as a deck off the kitchen, a large patio and a two-car garage. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


October 6, 2016
From drab to fab, see a Chevy Chase home’s total transformation


From the inside out, this Chevy Chase single-family home has undergone a complete makeover with new paint, hardwood flooring, and an expansion that includes a two-car garage.

Just walking to the front porch is a completely different experience than it was before. The landscaping has been redone, and the facade features an all grey color. Inside, the residence comes with an open floor plan, recessed lighting, and an all-white color scheme. The kitchen also boasts a tile backsplash, island, and stainless steel appliances. In the bathrooms, there are freestanding tubs as well as walk-in showers.

Before it was updated, the kitchen was pretty narrow and featured red wall-to-wall carpeting. The living room and office offered wood-paneled walls. The basement was also yet to be fully finished.

Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


August 12, 2016
Sold in 33 Days and 1 Day in Mount Pleasant – 1815 Lamont St NW #1 & #2


This property had been a large house with three levels of living space above grade and an unfinished basement. You can see the condition from when it was tenant occupied and transferred in 2014 for $896,000. here. As have many residentially zoned rowhomes throughout DC in recent years, it was converted to two substantially sized duplex condo units. The original Good Deal or Not (GDoN) post drew over 100 comments, many debating the value of a condo conversion versus a house. listing reported that, at that time, the home “needs significant updating”.

Mount Pleasant has been and is a very competitive market for buyers shopping for single family houses. To date, since the beginning of 2016, 43 fee simple houses have transferred ownership. Not surprisingly, with extremely limited available inventory, these places move fast with median days on market at one week. Basically, that’s enough time for it to be listed, shown and held open over the weekend, then a few days for pre-inspections and agents to get offers together, and finally, offer review. On average, homes are selling for nearly 2 percent over asking and average settled price this year in Mount Pleasant for houses is $1,051,810.

Although there have previously been seven figure condo sales in the legal subdivision of Mount Pleasant, these tend to be in the neighborhood that most consider Adams Morgan, south of Columbia Road. This is the first seven figure condo sale in the neighborhood bounded by Rock Creek Park to the west and north, Harvard Street to the south, and 16th Street to the east. The next highest condo sale in the immediate neighborhood in 2016, which was also a converted rowhome, with a total of 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, settled at a net of $740,000. in late July.

The listing agents for this sale were Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey with Washington Fine Properties.


Summer 2016
Kingman Place House

Adam Unger and James Nozar were knowledgeable about contemporary design and well equipped to take on the total renovation of a tired row house in the historic Logan Circle neighborhood. Nozar, a senior real estate development and design executive who was also then serving on the Building Committee of the Studio Theatre’s Board of Directors, first met Jon Hensley, AIA, LEED, AP, and admired the architect’s work when he was designing two residential projects for the theater. Nozar and Hensley soon signed up Hensley for their Logan Circle project. In addition, the homeowners brought into the team John Allen of Allen Built, Inc, a constriction/build firm, who had worked with them on a previous home renovation in the city and who was also the contractor on the Studio Theatre projects. “Right from the started we knew we all shared the same aesthetic and were confident it would be a great team” recalled Unger. The property was listed by Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties.


June 2016
Real Estate News

Warren Buffett’s childhood home at 4211 49th Street NW sold for $1,550,000. The billionaire financier hung his hat in the five-bedroom Tudor when his father, Howard Buffett (R-Neb.) was serving in the U.S. House of Representative from 1943 to 1949. While at Woodrow Wilson High School. Warren Buffett started his first business selling soft drinks and his own horse-racing tip sheet. When the sellers, Leyla and Anthony Serafino moved in they realized Buffett once lived there and they struck up a correspondence with him about his former home. The house has been renovated top to bottom since then of course and now features two additions, an eat0in kitchen, a master bedroom with an en-suite spa bath and fully finished basement. The property was listed by Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties.


April 14, 2016
Power couple Savannah Guthrie and Michael Feldman are selling their D.C. digs

After splitting time between Washington and Manhattan for years, Glover Park Group managing director Michael Feldman is giving up his Dupont Circle digs. Feldman, who makes up one half of a onetime Beltway power couple with wife, “Today” show co-host Savannah Guthrie, is selling the townhouse he bought in 2003, long before the pair wed in 2014.
The five-bedroom, four-bath townhouse (price tag is $2.1 million, listed by Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties) was the site of plenty a celeb-studded soiree, including wee-hours-of-the-morning after-after parties following the White House correspondents’ dinner.


April 8, 2016
Sold After Six Days in Logan

Tucked away on a one block long street just between 14th Street NW and Logan Circle, this home is Victorian from the street and ultra modern behind the front façade. Last purchased in 2014 for $899,000. (and prior to that in 1992 for $232,000.), the 2014 listing reported that, at that time, the home “needs significant updating”.
The listing agents for this sale were Darryl Judy and Kimberly Casey with Washington Fine Properties. Kimberly Casey from Washington Fine Properties was the designated representative for the Buyer.


April 7, 2016
Welcome to Kalorama View

“We’re setting a new standard for the neighborhood,” says developer Mike Cassar as he enthusiastically praises architect KC Price, Akseizer Design Group, and the Kimberly & Daryl Team of Washington Fine Properties. “I don’t think there’s anything like this in the area.” ”

We created beautiful tall ceilings, and from the penthouse, that amazing rooftop view,” continues Cassar. Incidentally, other developers were eagerly photographing that view when The Georgetown Dish was there for a sneak preview.


April 7, 2016
Luxury condos in D.C.’s Kalorama open

The stately rowhouses that line the quiet streets of Kalorama may evoke a past century, but sometimes those bay windows, turreted rooftops and arched doorways are just an introduction to a distinctly modern interior.

Casbro Development recently completed Kalorama View, a rowhouse with three modern units that include smart home technology and green features as well as an open floor plan and designer features.

The units at 1817 Vernon St. NW, within walking distance of Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan and Woodley Park, are priced from $639,000 to $1.499 million. Each has 9- to 11-foot high ceilings, five-inch wide plank hardwood floors, 8-foot-tall solid core doors and an open living and dining area.

For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy with Washington Fine Properties


March 31, 2016
What millennials want in home design

LED lights in the shower that bathe a user in color, and a reclaimed wood accent wall near the fireplace. Artisan hand-baked clay tiles as a kitchen backsplash, and a bathroom exhaust fan that turns on and off through a sensor.

A barn door on the master bedroom closet and upper kitchen cabinets that lower to the counter with the touch of a button, eliminating the need for a step stool.

“D.C.-area buyers are ahead of the curve in terms of their high expectations for their homes,” said Daryl Judy, an associate broker with Washington Fine Properties in Washington, who also works with local developers to design new homes. “But there’s only a very small market here for ultra-modern homes. Most D.C. home buyers have transitional tastes that cross over between traditional and contemporary style.”


January 8, 2016
Cribline Washington Most Expensive House Pick of the Week – Luxury 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Condo in Logan Just on the Market

Check out this luxury renovated 2,041SF condo in a boutique triplex building located at 1309 CORCORAN St NORTHWEST #2. On the main level, this home features an open floor plan with living room, gas fireplace, dining room, gourmet kit including an attached family room and half bath. The second level has a master suite with a walk-in closet and spa bath. The second bedroom also has a full bath plus an office. There’s also a den with a wet bar and 2 private roof decks on the top floor. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


March 21, 2016
For sale: D.C. home where young Warren Buffett invested in his paper route

The headquarters for Warren Buffett’s boyhood newspaper route empire is for sale in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Owners Leyla and Anthony Serafino expanded the modest home to five bedrooms and added other extras in 2014. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


March 15, 2016
Kimberly & Daryl List West Village Stunner

Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties have listed a fabulous home in the West Village of Georgetown at 1420 35th Street.

Listed at $1,795,000, this quintessential Georgetown Federal is in a residential area known for its tree-lined, cobblestone streets many of which also have imbedded street car rails. One of the neighborhood highlights is Volta Park with its pool, playground and beautiful plantings.


March 15, 2016
The Oracle of Spring Valley: Warren Buffett’s Childhood Home in DC To Hit the Market

The Spring Valley house that Warren Buffett called home when he was a teenager in DC will hit the market later this week, UrbanTurf has learned. And the stories about the Oracle of Omaha’s years in the city are pretty incredible.

Buffett called the five-bedroom listing at 4211 49th Street NW home as a teenager when his father, Howard Buffett, was serving in the U.S. House of Representatives. He attended Woodrow Wilson High School and, while there, was already showing flashes of the enterprising mind that became the key to his success. He ran a business selling soft drinks, earned $175 a month as a paperboy and even sold his own horse-racing tip sheet. The year he filed his first tax return, Buffett claimed his bike and watch as tax deductions. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 29, 2016
Under Contract: Five to Ten Days

An 18-Month Renovation in Logan Circle Finds a Buyer in Five Days

The owners of 1516 Kingman Place NW purchased the rowhouse in May 2014, and then immediately embarked on an 18-month renovation. Now, work is taking the owners out of the area. The top-to-bottom renovation hit the market a couple weeks ago and went under contract in under a week. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 17, 2016
After Extreme Makeover, Logan Circle ‘Dream Home’ Wants $1.8M

It took over a year to totally transform this turn-of-the-century Logan Circle row house into a modern beauty, but two months after completion, the owners decided that it was time to give up their dream home for a dream job in another town. Now, homebuyers have the chance to snatch up what one of the owners, James Nozar, describes as his “forever home.” Nozar worked alongside award-winning architect Jon Hensley and contractor Allenbuilt to redevelop the abode into a space perfect for entertaining. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.


February 26, 2016
Above Asking!

This upper-level three-bedroom Victorian rowhouse condo in Logan Circle also wasted very little time on the market. The wide-open ground floor allows sight-lines from one end of the house to the other, and all the bedrooms are located upstairs, including a master suite with a walk-in closet and spa bathtub. An upstairs den with a wet bar leads out to one of two private roof decks for the ultimate indoor-outdoor entertainment space. Like the listing above, it sold for about $100,000 over asking within a week of being listed. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 11, 2016
Cribline Special Feature – Stunning Renovated Logan Row House

Check out this new renovation Logan rowhouse located at 1516 KINGMAN Pl NORTHWEST. Approximately 2800 SF this 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home features European Oak floors through the main & upper levels 16ft planks in the kitchen and family room custom millwork, a glass & steel Nanawall system separating Kit from large deck and a Master suite with a spa bath and dressing room. There is also parking for 2. It’s just on the market for $1,895,000. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 11, 2016
GDoN “transformed into a chic, architectural work of art” edition

After 1+yr of renov. this 3BR/3.5BA Logan rowhouse has been transformed into a chic, architectural work of art thats nearly twice its orig. size (approx. 2800 SF). Highlights inc European Oak floor thru main & upper lvl w/16ft planks in the Kit & Fam Rm, custom millwork, a glass & steel Nanawall system separating Kit from large deck & MBR ste w/spa bath & dressing rm. 2 car prkg. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


February 8, 2016
Inside Cathedral Crest, D.C.’s Newest, Coolest, Priciest Condos

In Cathedral Heights, a brand new condo project just completed with super sleek, super modern spaces. The project, called Cathedral Crest, encompasses two buildings with six units in each. Eight of the condos are standard, while four are penthouses. It’s not only the high-end stainless steel appliances and white shaker cabinets that are causing these new units to shake up the area’s real estate market, it’s the prices. For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy with Washington Fine Properties.


February 4, 2016
12 contemporary-style condos available in D.C.’s Glover Park

Glover Park, a neighborhood in Northwest Washington tucked just above Georgetown, offers quiet tree-lined streets along with access to shops and restaurants along Wisconsin Avenue.Cathedral Commons, just north of Glover Park on Wisconsin Avenue, has added to the mix of dining and shopping options in the area. Newly built residences are rare in this community of rowhouses and single-family houses that are interspersed with apartments, co-ops and condos, but 12 new condos are available at Cathedral Crest at 3915 and 3919 Fulton St. NW. For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy with Washington Fine Properties


February 2, 2016
Kimberly & Daryl Invite You to Cathedral Crest

The Kimberly & Daryl Team of Washington Fine Properties invites you to a VIP Happy Hour Preview of Cathedral Crest on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. In addition to getting a fabulous sneak peek at brand new modern residences, there will be raffles with prizes from Ella Rue, Balance Gym, Barcelona and Town Hall, which will be extending happy hour for attendees.


July 31, 2015

Best New Listings

This two-bedroom, two-bath unit sits on one of the upper floors of a boutique condo building at 9th and M Street NW. The large windows flood the living space with natural light, but UrbanTurf’s favorite aspect is the dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, as two-bedrooms in DC often don’t dedicate much space to a dining area. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


December 5, 20157
Beautiful Homes in Washington, D.C.

Capitol Hill. Near the Supreme Court and the U.S. Capitol Building, this revamped, six-bedroom Victorian row house was built in 1895. The entry level includes 10-foot-high tin ceilings, stenciled hardwood floors, and original pocket doors. The master bedroom suite features a bay window and marble bathroom. There are 23 solar panels on the roof, and front and back gardens on the property. $1,995,000. Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties, (202) 380-7219.


November 11, 2015
A look at the most expensive homes for sale in the Washington area

4940 Lowell St. NW, Washington
$3.995 million
Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties

Built in 1937, this Colonial-style home in the Kent neighborhood in Northwest Washington has recently been renovated and expanded to approximately 6,200 square feet. The four-level home has open light-filled rooms, seven bedrooms, seven baths and two fireplaces.


November 9, 2015
Redesigned 1937 estate in D.C.’s Kent lists for $3.995 million

The home at 4940 Lowell St. NW, built in 1937 in the quiet neighborhood of Kent in Northwest Washington, has a restored original brick facade, a professionally landscaped front garden and a modern interior. The home is listed for sale at $3.995 million. The home has four levels, about 6,200 finished square feet, seven bedrooms, six baths and a two-car garage. Indoor-outdoor living, another feature desired by today’s buyers, is accomplished with a wraparound deck accessible from the open kitchen and family room, as well as the living room. For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy with Washington Fine Properties


November 4, 2015
Take a Look Inside This Week’s Most Expensive D.C. Homes

4940 Lowell Street NW – The last time this Kent single-family home was sold was in August 2014 for $1.9 million. It was later renovated and expanded with the original open floor plan reconfigured. Some of the most unique features in this listing include its coffered and vaulted ceilings.


November 3, 2015
Music Lovers Will Adore These 5 Homes

4940 Lowell Street NW – The Klipsch integrated stereo speakers and SONOS music control system in this home make it ideal for those who prefer listening to music over composing it. Daryl Judy, 202-380-7219

2424 18th St NW #R4 – Currently owned by a music producer, this spacious duplex penthouse features 22-foot ceilings and an enormous entertaining space, offering superb acoustics for when you want to serenade guests. Kimberly Casey, 202-361-3228


October 7, 2015
New Dupont Circle flats restore home’s 19th-century elegance

As for Ross Flats, its appeal starts at the curb, where gas lanterns beckon, and muted paint colors complement the patinaed copper that covers the second floor’s rounded bay window. Daryl Judy and business partner Kimberly Casey worked with JC Development on this transformative upgrade — the third project of this type they’ve done. Those experiences, combined with lots of other sales in the neighborhood, mean “we know what people want,” said Judy. Hence the custom work and top-of-the-line finishes throughout this property. The yield is modern but not trendy, he notes — a “transitional look” that “is going to appeal to many more buyers.” Case in point: the four bids that came in yesterday for the penthouse.”


September 30, 2015
Washington Fine Properties Debuts Ross Flats

Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties announce the launch of Ross Flats at 1734 R Street NW. An exquisite boutique building located on R Street between 16th and 17th Streets NW, Ross Flats is a condo conversion of a classic 1885 Federal row home. The building features four thoughtfully-designed flats with state-of-the-art finishes and energizes the already booming downtown luxury market.


September 24, 2015
Real-Estate ‘Pocket Listings’ Go Mainstream

Pocket listings—also known as “whisper” and “coming soon” listings—have been popular for years among celebrities and the wealthy seeking to shield their privacy. But they increasingly are used by a broader segment as the housing market heats up and inventory remains tight.

“We’re very much in a seller’s market,” said Daryl Judy, who notes that “buyers really love” access to houses that aren’t publicly listed, while sellers have greater control over the process.


September 23, 2015
Featured Property

Bogdan Builders renovated a historic Georgetown home located in the desirable East Village (2807 Q Street NW ). The completely refinished home features an updated facade with a front porch and large, landscaped backyard. The three-;eve; interior includes four bedrooms, an office/den and three and one-half baths, coming in at approximately 3,293 square feet. Priced at $2,295,000. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.


September 15, 2015
At Home on 14th

Fourteenth Street wasn’t always the hub of restaurants, retail, bars and coffee shops that it is today. In fact, there was a time when it typified the “before” photo of a neighborhood makeover.

Washington Fine Properties is well aware of the market interest in downtown D.C. these days. Realtor Daryl Judy says that Washington Fine Properties has had a presence in the 14th Street and Logan Circle area for a while now because they know how hot the market is.


September 8, 2015
Historic Georgetown home lists for $2,295 million

Admirers of Georgetown’s Colonial-era homes don’t always love the small rooms and low ceilings that were popular with home buyers from the early 1900s.

Bogdan Builders recently completed renovations on a home at 2807 Q St. NW in Georgetown’s East Village, transforming the historic property with the help of architecture firm KC/DC Studios and landscape design firm Goffin Gardens. Priced at $2.295 million, the residence now includes a front porch and a large landscaped back garden with a deck and a bluestone patio, plus a rough-in for a fire pit and a gas grill. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


September 7, 2015
Spectacular Renovated Georgetown Home

Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties proudly present 2807 Q Street, a completely renovated Georgetown home in the East Village featuring a meticulously updated historic façade with a front porch and large, landscaped backyard. Bogdan Builders has produced an ideal home with gorgeous open-plan kitchen, smart home features, spa baths and a spectacular private garden with custom decking and bluestone patio.


January 8, 2016
Best New Listings

This triplex three-bedroom spreads out over 2,000 square feet on the upper floors of a Victorian rowhouse in the heart of Logan Circle. The open floor main level consists of the living room with a gas fireplace, a dining area and a kitchen with a long island. The bedrooms, including the master suite, sit on the second level, and the third floor offers a den and a seating area, as well as access to two roof decks. The listing comes with one parking spot out back. Listing Agents: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy


June, 2015
Real Trends “Best Real Estate Agents in America” Rankings

Real Trends has published their 2015 list of The Best Real Estate Agents in America. We are honored to be included in the list and ranked #10 for teams by volume in Washington, DC!


June 25, 2015
Washingtonian’s Top Real Estate Agents

The June issue of Washingtoninan Magazine published a list of the agents and teams who produced the highest sales volume in Washington last year. We are honored to have made the list under the “Teams of Two Agents, Platinum” (2014 sales volume of $30 million or more in DC).


May 11, 2015
Mapping the 10 Priciest House Sales in D.C. So Far This Year

With rents rising and median sale prices reaching higher levels than ever before, it’s time to take a look at how the Washington, D.C. housing market has been doing so far since the start of 2015. While most of the homes were located in the Kalorama or Georgetown neighborhoods, with prices starting at $3.57 million and the highest sale price at $5.6 million, there has been a ton of action in Logan Circle! Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Seller and Buyer of 1310 Q Street NW with a sales price of $3,800,000.


May 5, 2015
New Logan Circle condos expected to get snatched up fast

Agent: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties
When the four condos known as Logan Flats at 1516 Q St. NW went on the market last year, they were sold out after the first weekend of sales. Now that condos in Logan Flats II have been listed for sale, expect to move fast if you think you want to buy a unit.
The penthouse, one of four units in the converted rowhouse at 1506 Q St. NW, has already gone under contract. The remaining three units, each with two bedrooms and two baths, are priced from $750,000 to $995,000. Each 1,160-square-foot unit has a private deck or patio. The costliest also includes a parking space.


April 27, 2015
Experts Discuss DC’s Current Real Estate Industry

Permits issued for new single-family builds in the District have increased by as much as 28 percent per year since 2009. To find out what’s behind this long-lasting trend, Capitol File gathered key industry experts for lunch at Summer House Santa Monica at Pike & Rose. Banks Development Company’s Michael Banks, Jones & Boer Architects’ Wouter Boer, Washington Fine Properties’ Daryl Judy, TTR Sotheby’s Alexandra Thomas, and J. Lambeth & Company’s Ann Lambeth talked hot neighborhoods, finding lots, and the new aesthetic.


March 2015
Victorian Beauties

Jackie and Charles Reed operated a bed-and-breakfast in the historic Aaron Shipman House at 1310 Q Street NW on Logan Circle for more than 30 years. After its recent sale for $3.8 million, the grand Victorian dwelling in now slated to be developed into a six-unit condominium building. Built in 1887 for construction magnate Aaron Shipman as his personal residence, the ten-bedroom mansion went on the market for the first time since 1975. Featuring historic interior details that include handsome millwork, carved mantles and stained glass. Exterior amenities include a double lot boasting an enormous garden, covered porch and terraces. Washington Fine Properties’ Daryl Judy was the listing agent while Kimberly Casey was the buyer’s agent.


October 28, 2014
The Perfect Georgetown House

Beautifully decorated and renovated, with four bedrooms (three upstairs and one on the lower level), three full baths, and a garden directly across from Montrose Park, it’s the perfect Georgetown house!
Launching October 29 by the Kimberly and Daryl Team of Washington Fine Properties, 3002 R Street will have an open house on November 2.”


November 17, 2014
Logan Circle rowhouse breaks record for highest residential sale price

The 1885 rowhouse at 1322 Vermont Ave. NW in the District sold Monday for $3.9 million. It is the highest residential sale ever in Logan Circle. Ann K. Luskey is the buyer. The sellers’ names were not disclosed.

“The significance of this sale is a huge win for the Logan Circle neighborhood as records continue to get broken as buyers seek a more exciting and central location compared to our western neighborhoods,” said Peter Lane of TTR Sotheby’s who represented the sellers. Susan Koehler, Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties represented the buyer.


October 22, 2014
Electronic Recycling Event Nov. 8

The Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy Team of Washington Fine Properties is sponsoring an Electronic Recycling event on November 8, 2014 from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm at Ross Elementary School located at 1730 R Street NW.

It is very easy – bring your outdated electronics, televisions, batteries, DVD Players, radios, computers, stereos, phones, fax machines … to the drop off.

This is a free event with just a few minor exceptions: $5 for hard drive destruction for security purposes, CRT TVs and Computer Monitors as they have to be disposed of due to their hazard materials. Potomac EScrap purchases electronics based on the value of the metals they contain and all money raised will go to Ross Elementary.



December 30, 2014
The 10 Most Expensive Homes in the Market in 2014

Chateaus in Virginia, award-winning townhouses in Georgetown, and record-breaking penthouses in Bethesda—take a stroll down memory lane with a look at the year’s most opulent listings.

10. At $3.9 million, this home was the most expensive EVER sold in Logan Circle. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the buyer for 1332 Vermont Avenue NW.



Holiday 2014
Strong Sales

The highest residential sales ever in Logan Circle, 1322 Vermont Avenue NW sold for $3,900,000 to environmental activist Ann K. Luskey. The mammoth 1885 row house with over 9,000 square feet of living space sold after little more than two months on the market. The five-level abode has 11 bedrooms, seven baths and nine fireplaces. Daryl Judy, of Washington Fine Properties, represented the buyer.


February 23, 2015
This Week’s Find: One of the First Lofts in Logan

This Week’s Find is a 2,500-square-foot loft in Logan Circle that, when it was built in 1991, was part of one of the first loft-style condo projects built in DC. The two-bed, 2.5-bath loft at 1309 P Street NW (map) recently hit the private market with an asking price of $1.5 million. The six-unit building, designed by Milton Shinberg of ABS Architects, has upper-level lofts with 16-foot ceilings and living spaces divided across two floors, but Mowbray opted to combine the two lower-level units to create one large, open unit. This one-of-a-kind property is listed by Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.


October 16, 2014
The D.C. area’s 10 most pricey house listings

Agent: Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, Washington Fine Properties
The original Belle Terre Estate, built in 1942, is a renovated classic European house set on more than two acres. The grounds include lawns, terraces, two large guesthouses with a total of five bedrooms and five baths, a swimming pool and pool house and a sport court. The main house, which has approximately 7,700 square feet, has five bedrooms, four full baths, two half baths and spaces for entertaining formally and informally such as a sunroom, family room, living room and dining room. The home has an office on the main level as well as a second office on the loft level.


September 22, 2014
Listings We Love: A Sleek, Modern Condo in Logan Circle
Though a traditional turn-of-the-century rowhouse on the outside, this Logan Circle home has been converted into a sleek, contemporary stunner by boutique developer Ditto Residential. The place boasts plenty of modern-chic features, such as glossy white cabinetry, warm oak floors, and a huge white-quartz island. But the main attraction is that rear wall—a sunlight-drenching sheet of floor-to-ceiling glass. Oh, and there’s a private cedar deck, too. The home is listed at $1.199 million. Peek inside below, then go to Washington Fine Properties – Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy are the listing agents.


August 18, 2014
Sunset Cocktail & VIP Preview

Real estate phenoms Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties hosted an exclusive VIP preview of two Capitol Hill properties on August 13, 2014. Designed by Ditto Residential, the contemporary homes boast 2,400 square feet over three levels and include a rooftop deck, parking, and smart-home technology. The gorgeous properties are listed starting $1,299,900. Guests sipped cocktails while browsing the home design and sunset views.


August 18, 2014
Contemporary Townhouses Available on Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill’s stately Federal and Colonial-style townhouses, interspersed with some distinctive Victorians, have been joined by a pair of sleek contemporary-style homes built by Ditto Residential and designed by Chuong Cao of Dep Design Group. The historic facades of each home, located at 1325 and 1327 Constitution Ave. NE, have been maintained, while the back of each home and the interiors have been completely modernized. Both homes have an open interior flooded with light from an oversized skylight and walls of windows. For more information, contact listing agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy at Washington Fine Properties.


August 15, 2014
Cribline Sneak Peek – Stunning Contemporary Interior, Classic Row Homes on Capitol Hill
Check out this stunning contemporary work of art on Capitol Hill by Ditto Residential located at 1327 Constitution Ave NE. Washington Fine Properties’ Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey invited The Cribline on a preview tour of 2 side by side homes that feature 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, plus a den. Laid out on three finished levels, the main level floor plan is open and light, and breathtaking! It includes 11″ ceilings, a living room, gourmet kitchen fit for a chef, a dining room and family room that flow to an outdoor private patio.


August 13, 2014
Gorgeous, Modern, Sexy
As guests admired the homes’ stunning furnishings, details, and custom features, including an 11-foot kitchen island with seating, white oak floors, architecturally minimal wood staircase leading to the rooftop deck, Kimberly beamed, “These are the most gorgeous, modern, sexy homes in DC on the market.” For more information, contact listing agents, Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy ( 202.380.7219) at WFP.


August 5, 2014
Seven D.C. Homes That are Literally 50 Shades of Gray
The trailer for the film adaptation of omnipresent erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey has hit the masses and now Christian Grey might be even more unavoidable than he already was in pop culture vernacular. This is totally okay for only one reason: it gave us the opportunity to scour houses on the D.C. market that really like the neutral monochromatic look. 2127 California Street NW #105, gets special point because of the gray patterns on the majority of their rugs. The living room carpet in particular looks like the rug version of awesome sheet metal. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Sellers of this Kalorama condo.


June 20, 2014
Friday Dream House: A Glam Georgetown Rowhouse With a Cozy Patio
In DC real estate, there are few things more enviable than a perfectly renovated old rowhouse—and this particular one is a triple threat, combining a glam restoration with a beautiful private patio and a killer location. The turn-of-the-century end-unit rowhouse sits on one of our favorite city streets, Q Street in eastern Georgetown—a quiet, shady street conveniently positioned just a few blocks from gorgeous Montrose Park and Dumbarton Oaks. The four-bedroom home is a sleek stunner, recently redone with a contemporary style that includes some majorly chic touches.
Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy are the listing agents for this Georgetown masterpiece.


June 18, 2014
Spanish-style home marries classic modern touches
A Spanish-style stucco residence recently went on the market near the Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood’s stretch of Embassy row. In addition to its main four-level home, the property offers a rear courtyard, side driveway, and carriage house with a garage and studio apartment.

Located at 2411 California St., this home with four bedrooms, four-and-a half baths and the studio apartment is on the market for $2,990,000.

For more information, contact Washington Fine Properties’ Daryl Judy at 202-380- 7219 or


June 12, 2014
A Chic Contemporary Renovation in Georgetown
Washington Fine Properties (WFP) has listed an exceptional end unit row house in Georgetown’s East Village. This sunny and spacious home has undergone a complete, contemporary renovation and has everything the most discerning buyer would want. With approximately 2,800 square feet, there are four bedrooms, four and one-half baths, a fireplace, gorgeous Carrara marble kitchen with custom Porcelanosa cabinetry and high-end appliances, European oak hardwood floors throughout, smart home technology and many more stunning details. For more information, contact listing agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.


April 25, 2014
Featured Open House of the Week

Located in the booming NoMa/Atlas District neighborhood, this renovated, end-unit townhouse is the perfect investment opportunity or home. There is the main house, a lower level rental unit and secure parking. The main house, with two bedrooms and two and one-half baths, features an open floor plan, hardwood floors throughout and updated kitchen and baths. The kitchen includes granite countertops, stainless steel Thermador appliances and leads directly down to the parking. The lower level rental unit, with one bedroom and one bath, is flooded with light. There is a spacious kitchen, living room and washer/dryer.

1175 Abbey Place went under contract two days after the first open house with multiple offers. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Sellers of 1175 Abbey Place NE.


April 24, 2014
WFP Kicks Off 4th Annual Home & Design Weekend
Thursday evening, Washington Fine Properties (WFP) and DC Modern Luxury hosted a rooftop cocktail party at Room & Board to kick off a weekend celebration of fine design and home furnishings.
“WFP is excited to support all the fabulous design stores on 14th Street,” said Kimberly Casey as she greeted guests.
With its wraparound deck on the top floor of its showroom, Room & Board was the perfect spot from which to view the dazzling and ever growing business and residential landscape that is 14th and U Street Corridors.


April 7, 2014
Listing We Love: A Trio of Flats in Logan Circle
Though rowhouse renovations are certainly not rare in Washington, this three-condo conversion of an 1885 home stands out. Positioned a block from Logan Circle’s thriving business district, the redo of this Q Street home includes high-end, on-trend finishes in all three units. The second-level flat already went under contract in the four days since these went on the market, but the first-floor and penthouse condos are still up for grabs. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Developer of Logan Flats in all three sales.


April 2, 2014
Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy Present Logan Flats
The Georgetown Dish was invited in for a sneak peek Wednesday evening of yet another fabulous property showcasing extraordinary design by the Washington Fine Properties (WFP) team of Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.
Logan Flats is a stunning boutique condo conversion by JC Development, in the heart of Logan Circle on a tree-lined street of charming row houses convenient to fine dining and shopping. Retaining the character and many original details, this 1885 row house has been transformed into an urban oasis filled with the latest in home technology including pre-wired Smart Home with iPad stations controlling audio, alarm, heating and cooling.


March 31, 2014
Where We Live
If you’ve been looking for a new condo in Logan Circle in recent months you’ve likely been discouraged by the lack of places to see. This weekend, prospective buyers can visit Logan Flats, a three-unit condo building converted from a circa 1885 row house at 1516 Q St. NW. The homes have iPad stations to control audio, alarm, heating and cooling systems; espresso hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, smart home pre-wiring, all new plumbing and electrical wiring, luxury bathrooms with Carrara marble counters, floors and walls, and an open kitchen with professional grade appliances.
For more information about Logan Flats, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy with Washington Fine Properties at 202-361-3228 or 202-380-7219 or visit


March 18, 2014
Pieces of History

The Washington D.C. home used in the 2005 geopolitical thriller “Syriana,” starring Matt Damon and George Clooney, has reportedly gone under contract for sale.

According to the Washington Post, agents representing the celebrity home said the deal is almost done and that the buyers have agreed to pay “substantially over $1.2 million” less than a month from listing.

Daryl Judy, an associate broker at Washington Fine Properties, told the publication that the residence received several offers for and above its $1.2 million asking price, adding that the buyers purchased the home because it met all their daily needs. The “Hollywood glamour” of it all was just an added incentive, he said.



March 2014
Pieces of History

2130 Wyoming Avenue recently traded for $2.5 million. Washington Fine Properties’ Matthew McCormick was the listing agent. Daryl Judy, also of Washington Fine Properties, was the buyer’s agent.


March 17, 2014
3 BR Townhouse from the Movie “Syriana” Sells Above Asking

This U Street townhouse’s living room played the role of Jeffrey Wright’s living room in the 2005 movie Syriana, for which The Clooney won and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Now the whole house has just closed above the asking price of $1.125M, according to WaPo. The agent reports there were seven offers at or above ask, but did not reveal the final sales price other than saying it was “substantially over $1.2 million.” The living room, front porch and kitchen are seen in the film and the three-bedroom townhouse boasts a gas fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors and a two-car garage.

Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties listed the property along with Kimberly Casey.


February 13, 2014
5 D.C. Homes That Could Star in ‘House of Cards’

“House of Cards,” the hit Washington-based Netflix drama, has created a lot of buzz with its realistic depiction of politics’ seamy side, but when it comes to its use of locations, the reality doesn’t always match the fiction.

However, if you desire to live the real Washington high life, we found plenty of options for wannabe pols, diplomats, and lobbyists.

On Q Street, there’s an enormous Georgetown row house that faintly resembles the brick exterior of the “House of Cards” home. For sale at $4.4 million, this sprawling home packs a whopping 10 bedrooms and 9 baths. Built in 1887, it’s perfect for hosting slumber parties with visiting dignitaries.

Kimberly and Daryl are proud to represent the seller of 1310 Q St NW


January 12, 2014
Georgetown Home Sales for 2013

2013 was a booming year in the Georgetown real estate market! A total of 138 houses sold with an average sales price of $1,880,578. There is confidence in the upper-end with 18 houses selling over $3,000,000 which is an increase of 38% when compared to 2012.

Kimberly Casey, the author of this article is a real estate agent with Georgetown office of Washington Fine Properties. Together with her partner, Daryl Judy, they represented the Purchasers of the #1 (3044 O Street) and #3 (1248 30th Street) home sales in Georgetown for 2013.


January 9, 2014
Most expensive homes sold in the Washington D.C. region in 2013

Last year was robust for high-end real estate here. Twenty-nine homes sold for more than $5 million. That was an increase of more than 40 percent from 2012, when 17 sales topped $5 million or more. Just 10 years ago, that number was five.

“People feel more confident in the value of real estate,” said Dana Landry, principal broker of Washington Fine Properties, whose firm represented eight homes on the top 10 list. “That’s the big shift.. . . Every time we sell another house, it builds confidence for the next person to buy a house. Buyers don’t want to be foolish. But if they feel that other people are doing it, then it builds confidence. I would say there’s an extreme confidence in the Washington, D.C., market.”

Kimberly and Daryl are proud to have represented the purchasers of the 3rd and 6th most expensive homes to sell in the Washington DC region in 2013.


January 9, 2014
By the Numbers: WFP Dominates Top 10 DC Home Sales

Washington Fine Properties (WFP), the leading luxury real estate brokerage in the Nation’s Capital Region, announced today the “Top 10” home sales in the District of Columbia for 2013. The firm is proud to have had nine of the top ten listings, selling eight of them within the firm. Washington Fine Properties continues to lead the Capital Region, as it has sold 33 percent more properties over $1 million in Washington than its next closest competitor. WFP increased its sales under $1 million by 35 percent since 2012.

“We are extremely proud of our agents for this incredible performance in 2013,” said Dana Landry, Principal Broker of Washington Fine Properties. The firm’s success has much to do with having the very best agents who share the same values, teamwork and professional approach to the business.”

Kimberly and Daryl are proud to have represented the purchasers of the 1st and 4th most expensive homes to sell in Washington DC in 2013.


Holiday 2013
Property Lines

AARON SHIPMAN HOUSE: Currently a bed and breakfast, the historic Aaron Shipman house in Logan Circle is on the market for a cool $4.4 million. The grand Victorian mansion at 1310 Q Street NW, currently owned by Jackie and Charles Reed, was built in 1887 for Aaron Shipman as his personal residence. The 10-bedroom row house is extensively decorated for the holiday season and has previously been part of “Christmas at the Smithsonian.” On the market for the first time since 1975, the property features historic interior details including handsome millwork, carved mantles and stained glass. Exterior amenities include a double lot boasting an enormous garden, covered porch and terraces. Washington Fine Properties’ Daryl Judy is the listing agent.


November 13, 2013
WFP Lists 19th Century Restored Logan Circle Home

“1310 Q Street was a prominent home during the revitalization of Logan circle in 1887, when the wood-framed houses changed to the Victorians that line the streets today, “ says Washington Fine Properties’ listing agent Daryl Judy. “It remains a cornerstone of the neighborhood. We are pleased to represent Jackie and Charles, who have been caretakers of this home for the past 38 years.”

On the market for the first time since 1975, this impressive, four-story row house was built in 1887 and has been impeccably restored. Historic details include handsome millwork, carved mantles & stained glass. One of the most remarkable attributes is that it’s on a DOUBE LOT & has an enormous garden, covered porch, hard-scaped terrace & parking.


November 8, 2013
House of the Week | Logan Circle Victorian for $4.4 million

In 1975, not many years after riots decimated parts of the District, Jackie and Charles Reed found this Logan Circle Victorian that was less than a block from 14th Street NW, one of the hardest-hit areas.

Even though most people would have walked away given the daunting project, the Reeds saw the enormous potential, not the pitfalls involved in renovating the 1887 house that had been designed by noted architect Harvey L. Page.

“We walked in, we saw the staircase and that was it,” Jackie Reed said. “We just fell in love with the architecture, and we thought there’s no way [the neighborhood] wouldn’t get renovated because it was so close to everything.”

The home is listed by associate broker Kimberly Casey with Washington Fine Properties. She can be reached at (202) 361-3228.


October 7, 2013
Town Square | Victorian, with easy access to 14th Street nightlife, listed for $1.45 million

One of the strongest selling points for a charming Victorian rowhouse at 928 T St. NW may be a feature off the property: access to the nightlife of the 14th Street and U Street corridor.

The house, listed at $1.45 million, is located within walking distance of countless restaurants and music venues as well as the U Street and Shaw Metro stations.

Still, the house has many appealing features, including a turret and exterior design that were featured on a commemorative stamp.

The home is listed by associate broker Kimberly Casey with Washington Fine Properties. She can be reached at (202) 361-3228.


October 1, 2013
Rowhouse Featured On D.C. Commemorative Postage Deserves Stamp Of Approval

Who gets to send housewarming party invites using postage that features the house that’s being warmed?

The owner of this place, that’s who. A traditional rowhouse in D.C.’s historic Shaw neighborhood, at 928 T St. NW, this place was featured on the 2003 Washington, D.C., commemorative stamp (which is shaped like a diamond, to reflect the District’s original shape before parts of the capital city were retroceded to Virginia).

And now the house can be yours! The price is a little more than it costs to mail a letter, of course — about 3,000,000 times more, in fact; it’s listed for $1,450,000.

The five-bedroom, five-bath home comes with more perks than just Postal Service fame — it’s also got two parking spots and a rental unit. Here’s the listing. Tell us in the comments if this place gets your…stamp of approval.


Fall 2013
Haute Property – News, Stars and Trends in Real Estate: Urban Oasis

Urban Oasis – A design-minded homeowner transforms his century-old brownstone into a sophisticated retreat. With its spacious gourmet kitchen, gleaming pine floors, and modern rooms filled with spirited works of art, Rich Walker’s 2,000 square-foot Logan Circle brownstone offers soothing shelter that seems far removed from the noise, crime, and distractions of city living.

Logan Circle is now one of DC’s most in-demand places to live, with homes commanding an average price of $1.2 million, and the hot spot is bursting with trendy boutiques and hip restaurants.

Though the rise of Logan Circle began about 10 years ago, recent years have seen immense growth, says Kimberly Casey, an associate broker at Washington Fine Properties. “It really started going gangbusters in 2011. In the last year, penthouse condos in Logan Circle have been listed for $1,000 per square foot, which is really high for DC.”


September 13, 2013

On the market: A Chevy Chase original with 2005 updates

“If you think it’s hard to get a seat at Le Diplomate or one of the other hip restaurants on 14th Street NW, try snapping up a new condo in that part of town. Eight months ago, the newly constructed two-story penthouse at Locks & Electric at 1324 14th St. NW, sold for $794,000. But the new owner decided to relocate and listed the unit for $849,000, which represents an 7 percent rise in eight months. Even with that markup, the penthouse earlier this month received multiple offers and went under contract, significantly above the asking price.” The condo was listed by associate brokers Daryl Judy and Kimberly Casey of Washington Fine Properties.


July-August, 2013
Lux Home Zone

THE PARTY The kickoff of the third annual Washington Fine Properties Home & Design Weekend with 14th & U streets retailers brought out real estate and interior design power players to celebrate at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

THE PEOPLE HGTV personality and Niche Interiors designer Matthew Bees, along with Morton Fine Art owner and curator Amy Morton, discussed extraordinary decor with fellow attendees.

BEST IN SHOW Guests sipped Deep Eddy Sweet Tea and exotic cocktails and snacked on savory treats from Ridgewells Catering.


July 15, 2013
Washington Fine Properties Agents Dominate the Wall Street Journal’s List of Best Real Estate
Agents in The Capital Region

WASHINGTON, DC – Washington Fine Properties is pleased to announce its prominent recognition in The
Best Real Estate Agents in America report, the newly issued national ranking produced by REAL Trends/
The Wall Street Journal.

Recognized on the list for Top Washington, D.C. Area Agent Teams by Transaction volume were the
team of Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy.

The Best Real Estate Agents in America is an outgrowth of the REAL Trends/The Wall Street Journal report
called The Thousand. The report ranks nearly 6,500 residential real estate agents solely based on their excellence
in real estate sales during 2012. The group of designees represents less than one percent of all real
estate agents in the nation.

April 10, 2013
Bouvier House Sells for $8.6 Million
“An O Street house, built in 1874 and once owned by the mother of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis,
has sold for $8.6 million. It also has been owned by Armistead Peter, Laughlin Phillips and Louis Mackall.Janet Lee Bouvier and High Auchincloss owned it in the 1960s. Washington Fine Properties managed the deal for owner Donald Roth of EMP Global, who bought it in 2001 for $3.7 million. WFP agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the buyer, while Willliam F.X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki and Adam Rackliffe represented Roth.”


April 11, 2013

WFP Home & Design This Weekend at 14th & U Street Corridors

On a sultry Thursday evening in April, the city’s design officiandos assembled at MitchellGold + Bob Williams for cocktails and a sneak peek at this weekend’s festivities. Hosted by Washington Fine Properties (WFP) and DC Magazine, it’s the third year for this home and design event.

As WFP’s Daryl Judy explained, “This area is a hotbed for design and we’re here to support the neighborhood, and all the synergy of 14th & U Street corridors.”


Spring 2013
Power Brokers: A Brisk Business

“National real estate figures only recently have started to creep back up from the recession that began in 2008, but Washington’s high-end real estate market has been bullish for years, and local experts project that it will remain strong in 2013.”

Several factors are contributing to this luxury home boom. Foremost, many buyers see the area’s stable real estate market as a safer way to protect their wealth than the stock market. “We maintained our values better than any other city [throughout the recession]. People are starting to see real estate bottom out,” explains Daryl Judy, an associate broker with Washington Fine Properties.


April 8, 2013
Georgetown Mansion Once Owned By Jackie O’s Mom Sells for $8.6 Million

“The home was built in 1874 and is on the National Register of Historic Places, according to the real estate brokerage. The first owner was physician Armistead Peter, a descendant of Georgetown’s first mayor, Robert Peter. The house at 3044 O St, NW went to Janet Lee Bouvier (Jackie Kennedy’s mother) in 1963. It was the scene of parties for various dignitaries including a retirement party for Letitia Baldridge, the White House social secretary during the Kennedy administration.”

Washington Fine Properties agents Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Buyers of this Georgetown home.

The Georgetown Dish
April 3, 2013

Kimberly Casey & Daryl Judy Sell Another Significant Historic Georgetown Home

“Those go-to agents from Washington Fine Properties have done it again. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy just sold another world-class property with Presidential provenance and more than a dollop of Georgetown history: the former Georgetown home of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy’s parents, Hugh D. and Janet Lee Auchincloss.”

This is what Casey told The Georgetown Dish, “The search for a home of this scale, provenance and grandeur in a prime location takes time as they are so rare and most of these properties never make it to the market publicly. The buyers could not be happier and it has been my sincere privilege to help them in the process to make their dream a reality. Further, the fact that there have been three sales in Georgetown over $7 million this year, where there were only two all of last year, says a lot about the confidence in our market.”


April 2, 2013
Washington, D.C., Home Rich in History Sells for $8.6 Million

“Donald Roth, a founder of international private equity firm EMP Global and a former vice president of the World Bank, has sold his 11,000-square-foot home in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C., for $8.6 million, according to people close to the deal.

Several of Washington’s most prominent families have occupied the home since it was built 143 years ago, including Martha Custis Kennon, the great-great-granddaughter of former first lady Martha Washington, and Laughlin Phillips, who worked at the CIA and was a founder of Washingtonian magazine.”

Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the Buyers of this historic, Queen Anne style home.


Mayfair Blog – London
February 28, 2013

Nick Churton Considers the Importance of a Very Fine House in Georgetown

“Some houses, like the White House, are built for greatness whilst others, like the Laird-Dunlop Coach House, have greatness thrust upon them through their owners. Like fine art and antiques a good provenance is no bad thing for any house and this one has a provenance like few others. In this part of the world the sales these very fine houses are invariably handled by Washington Fine Properties. They handled both ends of this transaction. Eileen McGrath and Jamie Peva represented the seller, while Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy represented the purchaser. All were honored to represent a property with such significant history.”


February 20, 2013
Washington Fine Properties Sells Historic Laird-Dunlop Coach House

“John Laird, a wealthy tobacco tycoon, built the detached brick house in 1799 as a carriage house to the Laird-Dunlop estate. Since then, it has been host to several prominent owners including James Dunlop, a law partner of Francis Scott Key and former chief justice of the D.C. Circuit Court, Robert Todd Lincoln, the eldest son of Abraham Lincoln, Arnold Sagalyn, one of Eliot Ness’ “Untouchables,” and Helen Burgess, the granddaughter of J.P. Morgan. It was Burgess who separated the coach house from the rest of the property, retaining much of the land for herself and adding a ballroom for proper entertaining.”

“I am so excited for the purchasers,” added Casey. “The best part of being a real estate agent is making our clients happy and the purchasers of 30th Street could not be more thrilled!”


February 19, 2013

Historic Washington DC Coach House Sells for $7.6 Million

“Now known as the Laird-Dunlop Coach House, the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is one of the most prominent properties in Georgetown. In 1915, the home was bought by Abraham Lincoln’s son, Robert Todd Lincoln, who served as Secretary of War and as Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Mr. Lincoln lived there until his death in 1926. The wide, two-story structure—unusual in a neighborhood of narrow row houses rife with steep stairs –has a grand ballroom with 14-foot ceilings and a wall of French doors that open onto a large garden. In the backyard, steps from the pool, stands a weathered pillar that’s one of the four cornerstones that bound Georgetown when it was formed in 1751.”

The buyer, who was represented by Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy, couldn’t be identified. Private equity executive Rick Rickertsen was the owner of the Georgetown home.


August 15, 2014
Friday Dream House: A Light-Filled Modern Rowhouse in Capitol Hill
This renovated townhouse on Constitution Avenue in Capitol Hill hits that perfect fusion of contemporary warmth, pairing expansive windows, crisp white, and airy open spaces with a measured dose of white oak for a hint of organic, Scandinavian-inspired design. A collaborative project between one of our favorite development firms, Ditto Residential, and architecture group Dep Designs, the rowhome stands out for its abundance of light and atypical layout. The pièce de résistance? An amazing rooftop skylight beaming through the center of a wooden spiral staircase. Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy are the listing agents for this sunning project.

Downtown Office
1604 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
Georgetown Office
2624 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 361-3228 Kimberly Casey
Associate Broker
(202) 380-7219 Daryl Judy
Associate Broker