See inside the DC townhouse of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried.

Take a look at the posh Washington condo related to the deceased crypto bro.

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried was also affiliated with this luxury Capitol Hill apartment, in addition to his Bahamas penthouse.

The 30-year-old disgraced entrepreneur was linked to the acquisition of a posh apartment in the nation’s capital before to the cataclysmic collapse of his bitcoin exchange this month. According to Realtor, the D.C. home was purchased by his brother Gabe Bankman-NGO, Fried’s Guarding Against Pandemics, which Sam partially funded.

 

washington dc ftx townhouseThe property was purchased by a nonprofit run by Bankman-Fried’s brother. Bright MLS

The April purchase of the $3.289 million townhouse was meant to show that “S.B.F. and his network were in D.C. to stay,” according to a piece by Puck. Shortly before FTX’s epic exposure and resulting collapse, the pandemic-preventing nonprofit reportedly hosted two back-to-back parties at the address, one for Democratic dignitaries and the other for Republican hotshots, both with a vegan-heavy menu.

The four-story Victorian property is indeed prime for hosting. “This home is a wine enthusiast’s paradise with its custom temperature-controlled wine fridge adjacent to the kitchen and formal dining room, as well two additional miniature wine fridges including one in the master suite,” an old listing for the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath brick building boasted. “A refined aesthetic throughout, including ceiling height library shelving on the third floor, evokes a certain historical charm.”

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The four-story Victorian’s brick exterior.
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The home was bought for $3.289 million this April, Realtor reported.
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The home has two generous terraces.
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The home has four bedrooms.
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The property is located in the posh Capitol Hill neighborhood.
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Other standout features include an underground garage, elevator, four fireplaces, breakfast nook-equipped kitchen and two private terraces.

Although an impressive abode, it pales in comparison to the ex-FTX CEO’s extensive Bahamas property profile. Over the course of

the past two years, Bankman-Fried and his associates acquired at least 19 properties in the tropical commonwealth, The Post previously reported. Together, those purchases have an estimated value of close to $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 feel deeply sorry about what happened. I regret what happened to all of you,” Bankman-Fried wrote the letter, while maintaining that the blame for FTX’s failure lies not with him but its bankruptcy filing.

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