Georgetown Glam Manse Bought by Kevin Plank of Under Armour

July 16, 2013

Kevin Plank, the 40-year-old billionaire founder of Under Armour, has reportedly just closed on one of Georgetown’s most glamorous mansions, which comes complete with eight bedrooms and a ballroom. Plank paid in the vicinity of $8 million for the sprawling house at 1405 34th Street, Northwest, according to a well-connected source. It was put on the market with an asking price of $8.9 million by Deborah Winsor, who recently bought and moved into the former Dumbarton Street home of disgraced IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Winsor’s husband, Curt Winsor, died last year. Winsor paid $3.3 million for the DSK house. Plank’s wildly successful sports apparel business was founded in Baltimore. He attended Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, St. John’s College High School in DC, and the University of Maryland. (Washingtonian)

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