Ocean conservationist sells Bethesda 4BD for $1.54M

Medium f60a92adfe9976cb50fc8adba13ae139 Vikki and Jeffrey Spruill sold a four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home at 5015 Cedar Croft Lane in Bethesda to Jon D. Isaacson for $1.54 million on Oct. 5.

The Spruills paid $1,752,530 for the property in Aug. 2006. The 6,182-square-foot house was built in 2006 in the Bethesda North of Wilson Lane neighborhood.

Ms. Spruill is the president and chief executive officer of Ocean Conservancy, a non-profit organization and the oldest and largest organization dedicated in the restoration of the ocean's resiliency and health. She serves on the advisory committee for the ocean hall of the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum, on the conservation committee of the SeaChange Investment Fund and she is the founder of Foundation Works.

She was president and founder of SeaWeb, a non-profit organization that works on strategic communication techniques to further advance ocean conservation.

She earned her bachelor's degree in communications from Loyola University in New Orleans and her master's degree in communications from the University of West Florida.

According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 769 home sales in Bethesda during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $719,000.

Address: 5015 Cedar Croft Lane
Buyer(s): Jon D Isaacson
Seller(s): Jeffrey A Spruill and Vikki N Spruill
Sale date: Oct. 5, 2009