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Boutique owner Ethan Drath and wife buy $1.4 million home

Photo courtesy Marco Stilli. Photo courtesy Marco Stilli.

Ethan Drath, the owner of Georgetown’s prepster-supply emporium Sherman Pickey, and his wife, Lindsey, snapped up a $1.4 million Wesley Heights home in February, according to public records.

Drath is the grandson of Viola Drath, the 91- year-old Georgetown socialite murdered in 2011 by her decades-younger husband.

The couple’s new home boasts four bedrooms and five baths — and hopefully, lots of closet space for those country-club-chic wardrobes.

Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.
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