Chuck Robb's McLean property sells to buyer of Jim Kimsey estate

Chuck Robb's McLean property sells to buyer of Jim Kimsey estate

The residential real estate market along McLean's Gold Coast has recently seen the acquisition of land on Chain Bridge Road, the former home of U.S. Senator and Virginia Governor, Chuck Robb, and his wife, Lynda Robb. The buyer, identified as 600 CBR LLC, has purchased the property for $23 million, marking the largest residential sale in Greater Washington for the year 2022.

This acquisition, along with several others in the area, has brought the total spent by the buyer to nearly $95 million. The sale was facilitated by Mark Lowham and Cynthia Vance of TTR Sotheby's International Realty and was closed on September 23rd. The 3.92-acre property, which was not publicly listed, has been assessed with a value of $7.98 million.

The identity of 600 CBR LLC remains unconfirmed, though it is believed to be a foreign individual or entity, according to Washington Business Journal sources. The buyer has demonstrated a strong interest in acquiring real estate in the McLean Gold Coast area, as evidenced by several previous purchases, including the former estate of AOL co-founder, Jim Kimsey.

It is worth mentioning that the former Robb residence was damaged in a fire on December 21st, causing an estimated $1.625 million in damages and leaving the home as a total loss. The former Senator and his wife were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The real estate market in McLean's Gold Coast continues to be a prime location for high-end property acquisitions, with a mysterious buyer leading the way in acquiring several of the most notable estates in the area.

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