February 18, 2020

19,000 Square Foot French-Style Mansion On 500 Acres In Markham, VA


Located about an hour west of Washington, DC and situated at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains on 500 acres of land, is this French-inspired mansion that was built in 2003 and boasts panoramic views of the area's grounds and neighboring mountain range.

The Markham, VA estate features approximately 19,261 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms, seven full and four half bathrooms, foyer with a two-sided fireplace, two-story stair hall, and floating staircase, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, a gallery, a butler's pantry, chef-inspired gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room with fireplace, a sun room, a pub with wet bar and fireplace, two-story library with fireplace and spiral staircase, a home office, 3,500-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar and separate tasting room with fireplace, a nine-seat home theater, an exercise room, a carriage house, garage parking for nine cars, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, two motor courts, balconies, patios, terraces, and a swimming pool with separate spa. 
























YEAR BUILT: 2003

SQUARE FEET: 19,261

BEDROOMS: 8

BATHROOMS: 7 full, 4 half

LIST PRICE: $9,900,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Kathryn Harrell of Washington Fine Properties



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2 comments:

  1. A few very nice things - the fireplace in photo #1, the magnificent wine cellar (and I hate wine), and some exquisite joinery in the library. One really bad thing is the bathtub in the master bath. It only accommodates one person at a time, and why even bother since it has no jets, no bubbles, no hydro-massage, nothing. It's just a big ol' trough. Drag it outside, use it to water the livestock. Replace it with what a mansion deserves - a functioning, large size jacuzzi spa, and have some fun in the tub! Overall, a very nice offering, in a gorgeous setting.

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    1. I agree with you! I really feel that the master bathroom leaves much to be desired. If I were the buyer, one of the first things I'd do is sink money into redoing the bathroom!

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