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Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price is no stranger to wheeling and dealing when it comes to real estate.
Putting the Red Sox in his rear view, the lanky lefty recently put his Massachusetts mansion on the market for $6.5 million. The massive home went into pending sale status in no time.
Located less than 10 miles from Fenway Park, the custom-built residence in Newton measures 12,000 square feet, including seven bedrooms.
The grand entrance boasts French doors and a dramatic foyer with a remarkable double staircase. There are elevated ceilings and mahogany hardwood floors throughout. A lovely living room is highlighted by a fireplace and sits adjacent to a mahogany-paneled library/office.
On the upper level, you’ll find the master suite with spa bathroom. Four additional
Mid-size Maryland firm, Selzer Gurvitch Rabin Wertheimer & Polott, expanded, hiring a team of six real estate lawyers led by Linowes and Blocher managing partner Robert “Bob” Dalrymple, even as the COVID-19 pandemic made striking a deal more complicated.
Because of the coronavirus restrictions, the team onboarded remotely and the lawyers started work in mid-May, Selzer Gurvitch managing shareholder Andrew Polott said in an interview on Saturday.
“It came down to being prepared,” Polott said.
The lateral hires help Selzer Gurvitch, based in Bethesda, expand its real estate practice offerings by adding a land use and zoning practice, Polott said, noting that the firm’s practice includes real estate transactions and tax and estate planning.
In addition to Dalrymple, now head of Selzer Gurvitch’s land use and zoning practice, the laterals include land use and zoning partner Matthew Gordon; Robert “Bob Park Jr., head of the real property taxation practice; commercial