A Spring Valley estate built in 1929 by Thomas Good, owner of the Piggly Wiggly grocery store chain, in D.C. has been listed for sale for $7.89 million.
The home, on an oversized two-thirds of an acre at 4833 Rockwood Parkway, NW, is one of the oldest homes in Spring Valley.
The home has only had three owners in its almost 100-year-old history. Since its current owners bought it in 2006, the home has undergone a fully property renovation.
There is a wood-paneled library, home theater, wine cellar and a spiral stairway that leads to the second level.
The four-story, 8,600-square-foot house has six bedrooms and eight full baths. The grounds include professionally manicured gardens and a 36-foot long pool.
It’s listed by Robert Hryniewicki, Adam Racklife, Christopher Leary and Micah Smith of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties