17 March 2021

8,000 Square Foot Riverfront Contemporary Mansion In McLean, VA



YEAR BUILT: 2017

LOT SIZE: 3.07 acres

SQUARE FEET: 8,264

BEDROOMS: 5

BATHROOMS: 4 full, 3 half

LIST PRICE: $15,000,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Karen Barker & Wetherly Barker Hemeon of TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Featuring an organically-driven exterior matched by a bright airy interior, this 8,264 square feet contemporary mansion in McLean, VA was built in 2017 is sited on just over three acres of land boasting sweeping views of the Potomac River below.
 
INTERIOR FEATURES: Step into a covered porch and enter into a two-story Foyer with three-story stairwell that has a floating U-shaped open riser staircase. The two-story Great Room has a floor-to-ceiling window wall with sliding glass door section for outdoor access; the built-in media center is equipped with a gas fireplace. The gourmet eat-in Kitchen features double islands (one with waterfall edges) and a state-of-the-art stainless steel appliance suite. The Dining Room is tucked behind the kitchen and features a glass-enclosed wine display. The second floor loft area and balconies feature glass railing systems. The Main Bedroom with its illuminated tray ceiling has a door to a private rooftop deck. The Main Bathroom features a floor-to-ceiling frameless glass-enclosed walk-in shower and a free form freestanding tub flanked by two floor-to-ceiling windows. On the lower level you will find a double-sided vertical garden, a kitchenette/wet bar with waterfall island, a Family Room with sliding glass doors for outdoor access, and much more. The three-car Garage is located back on the main level.

OUTDOOR FEATURES: Motor court. First and second floor decks with glass rail systems. Rooftop decks are on the second level (outside of the Main Bedroom) and on the top level. The terrace level has features open and covered patios and an infinity-edge swimming pool with spa.



















Click any of the icons below to follow The American Man$ion on social media


1 comment:

  1. I don't know what's worst - the wretched building or the hideous art defacing its walls. Call the bulldozers! Start over.

    ReplyDelete

Let's Talk About It