Two of the most prolific home buyers and sellers in Georgetown in recent years are back at it.
Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno, the founders of Sucampo Pharmaceuticals and the owners of Evermay and Halcyon House, have put their Ritz-Carlton condo on the market for $4.1 million.
The 3,330 square-foot, two-bedroom residence features a huge bar with seating for ten, a second kitchen for entertaining and custom lighting throughout. The owners also added special touches like a sauna in the master bathroom and an extra large closet. The Ritz-Carlton also offers hotel-like amenities and services to owners in the building.
Kuno and Ueno, who divorced in 2016, have purchased a number of Georgetown's largest and most expensive homes over the last decade:
- In 2011, they bought Evermay, one of the largest single-family homes in Georgetown, for $22 million.
- A year later, they purchased Halcyon House for $11 million. Halcyon House and Evermay are now home to non-profit enterprises.
- At the beginning of this year, the LLC that owns Evermay purchased Ted Kennedy's former Georgetown home for $12 million.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/evermay-owners-list-ritz-carlton-condo-for-41-million/16470
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