BET CEO Debra Lee is looking to sell her modern D.C. mansion. And it’s on the market for a whopping $13.5 million. Check out her pad inside…
Being the head honcho at BET seems to be quite lucrative. Apparently.
The network’s chief executive Debra Lee is looking to unload her gorgeous contemporary D.C. mansion in the Massachusetts Heights neighborhood. And if you’re looking to cop the pad, it’ll cost you a whopping $13.5 million. Sheesh!
It’s one of the most expensive homes up for sale in the District. And we gotta admit, it’s freakin’ FABULOUS.
And get this, the home is located near the home that the First Family will reportedly move into once they leave the White House. Something tells us she knew to go ahead and make that coinage from a sell because the value definitely just went up.
The 11,000 square-foot home, which has been the residence for some very elite parties, features four-bedrooms, a full theater, a 20-foot tall great room, a wine room, a sauna, a pool, an exercise room, and five outdoor terraces.
In the early 2000s, Debra reportedly had the mansion built by combining two properties into one.
The master suite (above) is fit for a king and queen. It features a fireplace, an adjoining dressing room and a wall of windows that look out on Rock Creek Park. So gorge.
According to the Washington Post, the massive mansion hosted a $40,000-a plate fundraiser for President Barack Obama, a welcome cocktail party for White House social secretary Deesha Dyer and most recently the “after glow” following the Kennedy Center concert in honor of the new Smithsonian African American history museum.
Who would leave all this?! Unless one was forced to…
This definitely is filed in the Must Be Nice files….
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