While you can't own the White House on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, you can still buy this $3.25 million replica in McLean. According to Realtor.com, the listing was on the market in 2012 for $3,999,950, and a year before asked $4.65 million. Some of the most striking features of this 14,000-square-foot Neoclassical beauty include its Oval Office replica, elevator, and wine cellar. According to the listing, it also offers a three-car garage and a 15,000-square-foot detached storage building. The property was built in 1995 by a Vietnam refugee who constructed the property as a way to honor his gratitude for America, according to a Curbed DC article published September 2011. In case this listing finds a buyer before you can snatch it, you can always keep an eye on this similar McLean listing at 8907 Georgetown Pike when it returns to the market.