Honored to call Dupont "home"
Jeff’s dream home finally presented itself after he spent a year looking. He had just lost in a bidding war on a house in Kalorama, when this 19th Street Neoclassical row house came into the market. Determined to make it his own, Jeff skillfully outmaneuvered the listing agent with her own buyer to emerge victorious, and the proud new owner of this home perfectly suited to him.
Jeff has called the Washington area home for his entire life. His connections go back generations, as deep as his appreciation for being from such an amazing and powerful city. He’s chosen to raise his own family right here in Dupont, enjoying proximity to everything from great schools and parks to restaurants, the farmer’s market and the Kennedy Center, his favorite DC spot!
List with the Best
Jeff Wilson holds one of the highest sales ever recorded in Dupont, as well as other neighborhoods including Georgetown, Kalorama and Capitol Hill. Consistently recognized by the Wall Street Journal as one of America’s most successful agents, Jeff is a skilled negotiator and seasoned marketer. Jeff also leads the TTR Sotheby's top selling group in the Georgetown office with over $100 million in sales yearly.
Charity, Commitment, and a Love for Animals
Jeff supports St. Jude Children’s Hospital, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Teach for America, Washington National Opera, Hero Dogs, and Food and Friends. A former board member of the Humane Rescue Alliance, he also chaired Fashion for Paws, an Annual Runway Show that has been named the #1 Fashion Event and fundraiser in Washington. His latest project is “The Doors of DC,” a soon-to-be coffee table book benefitting Make A Wish Foundation.
Weekends at the Farm
While Jeff and his family spend the majority of their time in Dupont Circle, there are also weekends spent at their Virginia countryside home, affectionately known as “the farm.” The gracious 32-acre estate in the heart of Virginia’s Piedmont Hunt Country dates back to the pre-Civil War era, and once was a wedding gift from Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall to his granddaughter upon her marriage in 1850. Here, the bustle of the city fades away and Jeff recharges with his family for the week to come. Adventures unfold, chickens are tended to, the pool is jumped in, and meals and holidays are shared with family and friends.