Ted Leonsis, owner of the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards, has completed a big trade.
No, Alex Ovechkin and John Wall aren’t going anywhere.
Marwood, built in 1926, is a 13-acre mansion on the Potomac River in Maryland. It has had several famous tenants including Al Gore’s cousins and the family of Joe Kennedy. Marwood was also a summer rental home for Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Leonsis revealed his purchase on Monday but did not specify what he paid for the property. However, it was sold for $4.9 million in 2005 and was recently valued at $8 million.
The mansion comes with a gatehouse, a pool, a 10-car garage, and a tennis court.
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