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Posted at 08:40 PM ET, 05/25/2011

Update: See photo of Ted Leonsis’s new $20 million home

Marwood, Ted Leonsis’ posh pad on the Potomac, photographed in the May-June 2011 issue of Veranda Magazine. (Peter Vitale and Max Kim-Bee/ Veranda)

One of Marwood’s bathrooms. (Peter Vitale and Max Kim-Bee /Veranda)
Ever wanted to see Ted Leonsis’s bathroom? Now at last you can, thanks to a 10-page photo spread in Veranda magazine on Marwood, the fabulous Potomac waterfront estate that the Wizards and Caps owner bought in January. He wouldn’t tell us then but now we know: It cost him $20 million. (Don’t worry, he can afford it: In addition to selling his old McLean mansion for $9 million to Chris Rogers — the telecom exec he bought Marwood from — Leonsis and wife Lynn recently unloaded their Vero Beach, Fla., place for $8.5 million.) The article — which focuses on the multi-year renovation overseen by designer Mary Douglas Drysdale — makes no mention of its famous owner. Leonsis told us the story was put together before he closed on the property.

Read earlier: Surreal estate: Ted Leonsis buys lavish Potomac estate, 1/4/11

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