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Former AOL Executive Lists Georgetown Home For $7.4 Million

  • September 25th 2018

by Nena Perry-Brown

Former AOL Executive Lists Georgetown Home For $7.4 Million: Figure 1
3147 P Street NW. Click to enlarge.

Another home in the DC area with AOL ties has hit the market. 

Former AOL and IBM executive Michael M. Connors has listed his nearly 7,000 square-foot Georgetown residence at 3147 P Street NW (map) for $7.495 million.

Former AOL Executive Lists Georgetown Home For $7.4 Million: Figure 2
Living room. Click to enlarge.

While slightly less expansive and expensive than the other homes recently listed by tech executives, the five-bedroom house has a grand interior with decorative pillars, ornate fireplaces, archtop built-ins, skylights and floor-to-ceiling bay windows. The house also boasts a pool, pond, and a one-bedroom apartment above a three-car garage.

Former AOL Executive Lists Georgetown Home For $7.4 Million: Figure 3
Dining room. Click to enlarge.

Connors purchased the property in 2005 for $4.5 million. Another notable owner was Guyon Knight, former vice president of corporate communications for the Washington Post.

The house is listed with Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties.

Former AOL Executive Lists Georgetown Home For $7.4 Million: Figure 4
Backyard. Click to enlarge.

Other AOL-related properties that saw action on the housing market this year include a McLean estate owned by Steve Case and purchased after being listed for nearly $50 million, as well as the late AOL co-founder James Kimsey's record-setting $63 million northern Virginia listing.

Photos courtesy of HomeVisit.

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