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Massive McLean mansion, named Chateau La Vie, asks $10.8M

For the big spender with a taste for opulence

All photos via Long & Foster Real Estate

Asking $10.8 million, this property is McLean, Virginia’s most expensive single-family home on the market, not including land sales or listings currently undergoing construction. Designed by Harrison Design Associates in 2014, this mansion is known as Chateau La Vie.

The listing spans 28,000 square feet with nearly two and a half acres included. Throughout, there are eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms with a swimming pool included in the back.

Design highlights sure to wow include vaulted ceilings, Corinthian columns, ornate fireplaces, wainscoting, and chandeliers. While the rest of the mansion is very opulent, the kitchen is all modern with stainless steel appliances, black cabinetry, and a spacious white island.

7201 Dulany Drive [Long & Foster Real Estate]

7201 Dulany Drive [Estately]