September’s priciest home buyers were October’s top sellers

Stanton and Mary McComb's home sale was the most expensive in October

This home at 12413 Willscott Place in Henley sold for $2.25 million. (Photos courtesy of CVRMLS)

The buyers of the priciest area home sold in September topped the list for a second consecutive month, this time as the sellers of their previous residence near Wyndham.

Stanton and Mary McComb snagged the top spot again with their $2.25 million sale of 12413 Willscott Place in Henley. The 9,800-square-foot house sold Oct. 22 at list price after going under contract a week after it hit the market in mid-August.

The house has a bar beside one of five fireplaces.

Debbie Gibbs with The Steele Group | Sotheby’s International Realty listed the home for the McCombs, who a month earlier purchased an 8,100-square-foot home in Lower Tuckahoe for $3.5 million. Steele Group’s Carrie Robeson represented the couple in that transaction.

Stanton McComb is president of McKesson Medical-Surgical, a wholesale medical-surgical supplier headquartered in Henrico.

The screened porch has a fireplace and a TV.

Henrico property records list the buyers of 12413 Willscott Place as Saquib Samee and Noma Saeed. They were represented by Shaukat Sindhu, a Keller Williams agent based in Woodbridge.

Samee and Saeed are president and CEO, respectively, of Commonwealth Vein Center in Colonial Heights. Samee is also an assistant professor of cardiology at VCU’s School of Medicine, and is CEO of Dominion Heart and Vascular Clinic in Emporia, according to a LinkedIn page. Saeed is also COO and a co-founder of Bloom Charity, a local nonprofit serving orphaned children in Morocco.

The house features a wine room.

Totaling six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two half-baths, the 2½-story colonial was built in 2013 and is on a 1-acre lot abutting the Goochland County line. Henrico most recently assessed the property at $1.8 million.

The house includes a two-story foyer, an owners’ suite with gas fireplace and two walk-in closets, a library with a fireplace, and two offices. The family room has a fireplace and coffered ceiling, and the house also includes a theater room, fitness room, wine room and bar.

The 1-acre property includes a heated saltwater pool.

The property has two two-car garages and also includes a heated saltwater pool, screened porch with gas fireplace, patio with built-in grill, outdoor lighting, and security, sound and irrigation systems.

Rounding out the top five sales for October were, according to the Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service:

4208 Sulgrave Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond – $1.7 million. Listing agent: Betsy Dotterer, Joyner Fine Properties; buyer’s agent: Bill Gallasch, Joyner.

2422 Grove Ave., Fan District, Richmond – $1.67 million. Listing agents: Jenny Maraghy and Robert Harris, Joyner; buyer’s agent: Catie Wilton, Shaheen Ruth Martin & Fonville Real Estate.

609 Mayfair Ave., Kingsway Court, Richmond – $1.65 million. Listing agent: Margaret Wade, Long & Foster Realtors; buyer’s agent: Mahood Fonville, SRMF.

104 Berkshire Road, Windsor Farms, Richmond – $1.54 million. Listing agents: Scott Ruth and Scott Shaheen, SRMF; buyer’s agent: Kate Wall, Steele Group.

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