The spacious stone colonial is flanked by not one but two guest homes. Werth made it his own with a batting cage, workout space, a flight simulator and even a radiation-proof room.
Jonathan Taylor of TTR Sotheby’s sold the property to Werth around 2011, when the married father of two came from the Philadelphia Phillies. The price tag was $6.55 million, according to Fairfax County records.
Taylor said Werth desired privacy in his Washington home, and this gated property has plenty of it.