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This Richard Foster-Designed McLean Manse With a Wine Cellar and Spa Can Be Yours for $7M

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Richard Foster, the architect behind the New York State Theater and Washington, D.C.'s Kreeger Museum, designed this five-bedroom mansion in McLean in 2007. McLean-based The Galileo Group constructed the limestone clad property with 12,046-square-feet on roughly one acre of land. The last time this listing was on the market, it sold for $1.675 million. Now, 10 years later, it's returned with an asking price of $7.345 million and enough amenities to make your mouth water. Have a rather extensive wine collection? There is a wine cellar handy just for you. Love to watch movies in style? The home theater should make you pretty pleased. In the backyard, you can also find a Lewis Aquatech-designed pool, pavilion, and spa. In the pool, there is also a section suitable for small children. Now, living in such a fancy schmancy might attract some envious eyes. No worries since the abode offers 24-hour security with exterior cameras and a security gate. If interested in giving this listing a closer look, it comes with additional monthly HOA dues costing $430.


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· 1004 Founders Ridge Lane [Official Website]
· 1004 Founders Ridge Lane [Estately]
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