See inside DC townhouse linked to FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried

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Take a look at the cozy Washington crib associated with the fallen Cryptobro.

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In addition to his penthouse in the Bahamas, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Freed has also been linked to this posh property on Capitol Hill.

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Ahead of the epic collapse of his cryptocurrency exchange this month, the 30-year-old disgraced entrepreneur was linked to buying a posh townhouse in the nation’s capital. The D.C. home was purchased by his brother Gabe Bankman-Fried’s nonprofit Guarding Against Pandemics, which Sam funded in part. Realtor reported.

The April purchase of the $3.289 million townhouse was meant to show that “SBF and its chain will stay in Washington to stay.” Pak’s work. Shortly before FTX’s epic revelation and subsequent collapse, a non-profit organization reportedly hosted two back-to-back parties at this address, one for high-ranking Democratic Party officials and one for ardent Republicans, both with vegan menus.

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The four-story Victorian building is truly ideal for hosting guests. “This home is a wine lover’s paradise with its custom-made, temperature-controlled wine cooler adjoining the kitchen and dining room, plus two additional miniature wine coolers, including one in the master bedroom,” the post reads. old ad for a brick building with four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. “The sophisticated aesthetic throughout, including the ceiling-high library shelving on the third floor, evokes a certain historical charm.”

Brick four-story house in the Victorian style.
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The house was bought for $3.289 million in April of this year, according to Realtor.
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The house has two spacious terraces.
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The house has four bedrooms.
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The hotel is located in the prestigious area of ​​Capitol Hill.
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Other outstanding features include an underground garage, an elevator, four fireplaces, an equipped kitchen with a breakfast nook and two private terraces.

While an impressive residence, it pales in comparison to the former FTX CEO’s extensive real estate profile in the Bahamas. The Post previously reported that over the past two years, Bankman-Freed and his partners have acquired at least 19 properties in the tropical community. Combined, these purchases are valued at approximately $121 million.

The portfolio contrasts sharply with Bankman-Fried’s claims that he is a champion of “effective altruism,” as he wrote in an apology letter to former employees.

“I deeply regret what happened. I’m sorry for what happened to all of you,” Bankman-Fried wrote in a letter, arguing that the blame for FTX’s collapse lay not with him, but with her bankruptcy filing.

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