You know a mansion is legit when it has an official name. In this case, the name of this five-bedroom McLean mansion is Surry Hill, a listing massive in both scale and price. Here's what you can expect inside. Entering into the home, guests are welcomed by a double staircase and marble flooring. Wainscoting outfits one of the the dining rooms, while recessed lighting, a reed chandelier, and tray ceiling with LED lighting illuminate the space. French doors lead the homeowner and guests to the property's stone patio and heated pool. According to the listing, there are views of an adjacent putting green and sport court from the pool. For those who need a place to work, there is also a wood-paneled home office with built-ins for one's personal library. Despite its massive size at 15,300-square-feet, Surry Hill does its best to appear warm and friendly with walls of windows, soaring ceilings, and multiple fireplaces, one of which is situated beside a bathtub. Two former owners of the home were Republican lobbyist Ed Rogers and his wife Edwina, reported New Republic in an article published in September 2006. During her time as an owner of the home, Edwina installed light fixtures from Venice and an eight-foot steel-plated pantry door from Rajasthan. Final need-to-know highlights before you check out the photo gallery below include the listing's wine cellar, elevator, and au pair suite. The asking price comes to a whopping $5.9 million.
· 6035 Ramshorn Place [Estately]
· SURRY HILL – $7,750,000 [Pricey Pads]
· GOPtopia [New Republic]
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