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Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank’s historic Georgetown home is listed back on the market for $24.5 million after previously being listed for sale in 2018.

The Planks purchased the home at 1405 34th St. Northwest for about $7.85 million in 2013 and invested in a significant renovation of the 200-year-old, federal-style property. The estate was renovated with modern amenities by designer Patrick Sutton of Baltimore and Pyramid Builders of Annapolis.

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The home features eight bedrooms, eight full baths and four half-baths across over 12,000 square feet.

When the couple listed the home in February 2018 at $29.5 million, it was the most expensive listing in Washington, D.C.

In a statement, Tom Geddes, a family representative, said, “Mr. Plank found that his family was not using the property, which was never their primary residence, as much as he had anticipated. The extensive renovation by Baltimore-based designer Patrick Sutton and Annapolis-based Pyramid Builders was spectacular, and we are sure that it will be a terrific home for the next owner to enjoy. We are very pleased to have the expertise and global reach of Sothebys International Realty focused on the sale of this truly unique property.”

Plank had been building a mansion outside Baltimore in the Greenspring Valley, but halted construction on it last year.

Baltimore Sun editor Chris Dinsmore contributed to this article.

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