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Is This $2M McLean Manse a Winner or Another Area Oddity?

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In McLean, Virginia, you can find a misshapen Travis Price-designed single-family home, a replica of the White House, and even a "castle." Now, to top it all off, this 5,100-square-foot manse just landed on the market with a ... let's say one-of-a-kind facade. Love it? Hate it? Either way, it's priced at a whopping $2,274,989 with roughly two acres of land and four bedrooms. Some of the most luxurious features in this listing include its lower level gym and wine cellar. One of the architectural details that gives away that this abode was built in 1984 is its occasional use of glass blocks. Check out the ins and outs of this listing with the below photo gallery, and let us know what you think in the comments.

· 1351 Kirby Road [Estately]
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