With over five acres of land to spare, this single-family home in McLean, Virginia offers some of the best views of the Potomac River. Enjoy the views from the rear terrace, the lap pool, or nearly any of the four bedrooms.
While the D.C. area real estate markets have been consistently growing in the past eight years, it’s been those markets that are farther out that have been growing the most, at least according to Jonathan Fox, principal at the Fox Group with Compass.
Beauty can be found in Washington, D.C.’s monuments, memorials, and, of course, real estate. This list proves that. This year, there were a myriad of listings that landed and left the market which you’ll be able to see here.
Tacky, unusual, perplexing—each of these words will likely cross your mind as you browse through the following photos of homes that were either listed or sold in the D.C. area in 2016. See the homes, from a stony castle to a White House replica.
This 1977-constructed single-family home in McLean was one of the nation’s first modern earth roof and berm homes. Along with grass on the roof, the listing also offers architectural plans for an additional wing to the property.
From a modern kitchen in McLean, VA to a brass-colored kitchen above the Spanish Steps in D.C., see which homes in the region are sure to make you say, "Wow." Expect design features like decorative columns, chinoiserie wallpapers, and fireplaces.
With structural insulated panels, geothermal heating, and solar power, this is the first ever LEED Platinum-certified residence in McLean, Virginia. This residence is on the market for $2,395,000 with four bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Over the course of his career, he has created stunning glassy abodes in Georgetown, Foxhall, and this home, located in McLean, Virginia. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom listing comes with a lot of confidence.
Once again, the White House on Georgetown Pike has returned to the market. The Neoclassical beauty was designed by a Vietnam refugee who wanted the property to honor his gratitude for America. The home comes with a wine cellar and swimming pool.
It looks like living in McLean, Virginia can cost more than most readers realize. While roughly half of the pollsters believed that $2,340/month was the appropriate price, the actual ask is $2,862/Month.
PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from a listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!
In McLean, this octagon-shaped home is soon to come on the market with skylights, French doors, and Saltillo floor tiles commissioned from Mexico. The property was custom built in 2008 and designed by architect Joe Burton.