This Great Falls estate has been on and off the market since 2009 and has now returned with an asking price of $1,998,000, over $2 million less than the original asking price of $3,995,000. According to the listing, the single-family home was built in 2003, but is meant to be a replica of the architecture you'd find in the mid-1920s in Chicago's Hinsdale Village. With 9,225-square-feet and over two acres of land, this listing includes a main house with five bedrooms and six bathrooms as well as a carriage house with one bedroom and one bathroom. Some of the highlights to this Great Falls mansion include a facade made of stucco, brick, and faux limestone. You can also find ornate crown moldings, ceiling medallions, arched doorways, and beamed ceilings.
[UPDATE: According to a source from McEnearney, the property was never on the market for $3.995 million. It was originally listed in 2009 for $2.3 million. Additionally, the listing is meant to be an "adaptation" of the Chicago Hinsdale Village homes, not an exact replica.]
· 606 Kentland Drive [Redfin]