Kevin Plank—founder and former CEO of Under Armour—sold his home in the District of Columbia’s Georgetown neighborhood in the final days of this spring. Plank accepted an offer of $17.25 million for the Federal-style home, which was constructed during the first term of President Madison, and features eight bedrooms and eight baths in its roughly 10,000 square feet. According to public records, he purchased the property for $7.85 million in July of 2013.
The exterior of the house is dressed in red brick; black shutters, a bright red front door, a slate roof, brick chimneys, and a pair of dormer windows on one wing present a façade of both historical substance and charm. Inside the home, renovations carried out by Plank and his wife altered the living style somewhat, giving the spaces a heavy veneer of overt luxe.
The home now features a series of amenities that includes a pool, a ballroom, and an entertainment lounge with a wet bar. The .33-acre lot features an original smokehouse, an unusual feature to be sure, as well as a guesthouse. A primary residence in the historic landscape of Georgetown.