16 May 2021

15,000 Square Foot French Country Brick Mansion In Great Falls, VA


YEAR BUILT: 2014
LOT SIZE: 8.00 acres
SQUARE FEET: 15,000
BEDROOMS: 7
BATHROOMS: 9 full, 3 half
LIST PRICE: $5,850,000
LISTING AGENT(S): Chris Fraley of Keller Williams Realty

This four-sides brick mansion with stone accents in Great Falls, VA showcases the finest in Old World French-inspired architectural design. The stately residence was built in 2014 and is situated on eight private acres of land with sweeping views of surrounding forests.

Boasting an interior with embassy-worthy rooms, the Washington, DC-area abode features approximately 15,000 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, nine full and three half bathrooms, two-story foyer with dome ceiling and floating staircase, an elevator, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, butler's pantry, gourmet kitchen with double islands, breakfast room, family room with fireplace, wood-paneled library, garage parking for four cars, and much more. The walkout lower level includes a wine cellar, billiards room, family room with fireplace, wet bar, eight-seat home theater with snack bar, and an exercise room with sauna. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, porte-cochere, balconies, open and covered terraces, a covered deck with fireplace, and an infinity-edge swimming pool with sun shelf and fire bowls.






















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2 comments:

  1. BINGO! GIN! YAHTZE! A splendid edifice. Beautiful outside, magnificent millwork, cabinetry, paneling, and ornamentation inside. Even the light fixtures are beautiful. The large, wooded lot is a huge plus.

    This mansion speaks well of itself, and its owner's status and good taste. More than merely a residence, it fulfills its political and social obligations with ease.

    Remember, boys and girls, a mansion isn't just a bunch of boxes nailed together. That's a tract house. A mansion is as close to a living thing as anything in architecture. It must speak well of itself even empty and unfurnished, and when occupied, it must enhance its residents' reputation as well. It must also anticipate, with its features, the changing needs of residents and visitors. it must impress those who should be impressed, it must comfort those who need comforting. it must be designed so that its owners must suffer as few compromises as possible. there should be room for special needs, enough land to accommodate the imagination, at least one garage space per bedroom and when entertaining, space for guests to park. In short, when designing a genuine, working mansion, an architect must think of everything.

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    1. I couldn't have said this better! Thank you for your detailed feedback.

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