Under Armour CEO lists his Georgetown home for $29.5M

Under Armour Inc. CEO Kevin Plank is selling his Georgetown home for $29.5 million, the most expensive residential property currently on the market in the District.

Built around 1815, the brick Federal home spans 12,200 square feet. The house has seven bedrooms, and features include a gym, heated pool, gated parking, marble staircase and entertainment room with a bar. D.C. assessed the property at $8,688,490 in 2017.

Plank paid $7.8 million for the 34th Street NW home in 2013.

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