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Robert Griffin III buys Loudoun home for nearly $2.5 million

Buyer: Robert Griffin III

Price: $2.497 million

RGIII (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

Details: The Redskins star finally has a place to stow all those wedding presents — a sprawling mansion in Aldie, Va., a fast-growing ’burb south of Leesburg. Property records show the young quarterback just closed on the three-year-old home two weeks ago, a sale first noted by Washington Business Journal. Five bedrooms, four baths, 9,000 square feet, on three acres, according to now-defunct listing. (So what if county tax records call it four bedrooms and 7,000 square feet — that’s still a lot of house!) Brick and fieldstone facade, ebony staircase, elevator, Jacuzzi, wine cellar, a golf course just steps away. And no crazy fans to worry about: This is a gated community.
UPDATE, Friday: RGIII’s new house: Lots of marble, room for a pool, friends nearby

Here’s a video tour of the property:

Earlier: Robert Griffin III’s wedding plans, gift registry, 5/10/13
Robert Griffin III: Why did he skip Correspondents’ dinner, Obama reception?, 4/29/13

More Reliable Source: Michelle Obama; Patrick Stewart; Jamie-Lynn Sigler; RGIII house; tornado benefit; Bono/Mack divorce




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