Friday, December 7, 2012
Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno still own the Evermay Estate and Halcyon House.
The owners of the Evermay Estate and Halcyon House sold off their third Georgetown home, 3128 P St. NW, for $3.25 million, according to Curbed DC. The P Street home went on the market Oct. 12 for an original asking price of $3.695 million. Drs. Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno bought 3128 P St. for $2.012 million in 2003. The pair turned heads in 2011 when they purchased in quick succession two of Georgetown's most expensive piece of real estate. They have since converted the Evermay Estate into a performance space, residential quarters and offices for their S&R Foundation. Related Content: Sale of Part of the Famed Evermay Estate Brings Back Flood of Memories Evermay and Halcyon Owners' Third Georgetown Home for Sale Inside the Evermay Estate…
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Drs. Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno bought two Georgetown properties, but hope to sell their third.
The owners of two of Georgetown's most expensive real estate purchases in recent memory have put their third Georgetown property on the market, accoring to Urban Turf. Drs. Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno made waves when they purchased the Evermay estate and then again the Halcyon House last year. Now they are selling their local property, a townhouse at 3128 P St. NW. According to Urban Turf: "A six-bedroom Federal townhouse that the couple owns at 3128 P Street NW (map) went on the market on Friday for $3.695 million. The four-level home has a double living room with dual fireplaces, a huge master suite, an in-law suite with a second kitchen and a two-car garage with a driveway." The Washington Post reports that the Georgetown property is …
Friday, November 18, 2011
Among the most expensive homes in the city, Halcyon House snagged a buyer this week.
Halcyon House at 3400-3410 Potomac St. has sold, reports Urban Turf. The Washington Fine Properties website indicates that the property is under contract. The buyer and sale price are unknown. Just two weeks ago, the listing price dropped $2.5 million to $12.5 million for the 30,000 square foot home. The historic home was originally built in 1787 for Benjamin Stoddert, the first Secretary of the Navy and namesake of the Glover Park elementary school. Since that time several additions have been added to expand the scope of the home which overlooks the Key Bridge and the Potomac River.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
The trend-setters of Washington came out in force for the Tuesday evening party
Georgetown's historic Halcyon House played host to trend-setters and Gilt groupies for the Gilt City launch party on a (slightly less) warm evening Tuesday. Guests enjoyed summer drinks like mint juleps, ginger limeade (with a kick) and other cool thirst quenchers, while taking in views of the Potomac, Arlington and M Street. Enjoy our photo gallery and share your photos if you were there- upload them directly or email them to Shaun@patch.com
Monday, July 25, 2011
The membership site offers high-end local services and deals
Updated 2 p.m. Tuesday night, an invitation-only party at the Halcyon House will celebrate the launch of Gilt City in Washington, D.C. At the event some 200 of Washington's most socially involved residents will enjoy a garden party, according to Gilt City's D.C.- based event organizer Barbara Martin of BrandLinkDC. Martin said guests should expect cocktails, snocones and garden games like croquet. Gilt announced the D.C. launch along with new sites in Atlanta, Dallas, and Seattle; the service is now available in 10 cities. According to the Washington Scene blog in The Hill, the host committee includes Juleanna Glover, Winston Lord, Susanna Quinn, Lindsay Czarniak and Craig Melvin. In a press release about the launch announcement, the …