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French Royalty-Inspired Falls Church Abode Asks $1.9M

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This four-bedroom, five-bathroom listing may most suit those who crave privacy as it comes with nearly one acre of secluded forested land. It will also probably suit those looking for some of the most luxurious, more unique features, such as a koi pond and a lakefront with a private dock and a pontoon. In Falls Church, the single-family home was built in 1959 and renovated in 2005 by current owners Luis and Victoria Fernandez. The Washington Post reported that the architecture for the single-family was inspired by a set of Gothic-style antique wood carvings made in 19th century France. Found on the front door and several interior rooms, there are antique wood carvings meant to be replicas of craftwork found in French stone castles and palaces. If interested in snatching up a French royalty-inspired abode, the listing is on the market for $1.875 million.

· Tudor-style waterfront home on Lake Barcroft lists for $1.875 million [The Washington Post]
· 6331 Waterway Drive [CBMove]