McLean is no stranger to beautiful and extravagant homes, and this $4 million listing, with its three-story elevator, big screen, and wet bar certainly fits the mold.
At 6511 W. Langley Ln., an open floor plan accompanies the home’s more than 12,000 square feet of space. With seven bedrooms, seven full and two partial bathrooms, the home is the elegant but warm space you’ve always dreamed of. Its three decks and six fireplaces are fit for entertaining or a comfortable night in.
The home, built in 2000, has rooms divided by elegant columns and a basement with a steam shower and mirrored exercise room — and more features that are nearly impossible to list. The established neighborhood that the home resides in is close to world-class shopping and entertainment and is an easy commute to the area’s major airports.
The front view of the house, which sits on a just over one-acre lot, shows its swooping driveway. At the end of the path, you’ll find a three-car garage.
This home certainly knows how to make an entrance: The grand foyer is the first thing you see upon heading indoors. The spiral staircase, marble flooring, and three-story windows are a spectacular sight, but the Waterford crystal chandelier is the real star of the show. There are three additional dining chandeliers throughout the home.
This gathering area contains one of the home’s six fireplaces, providing a cozy and intimate feel while not being too cramped — thanks to the white walls and decor and the open floor plan. Settle in on the couch for some channel surfing or keep the space lit for cocktails (just mind the rug).
This expansive kitchen, with its large granite island, is any gourmet chef’s dream. The stove with nine burners and two grills, a sub-zero refrigerator, under-counter wine refrigerator, and walk-in pantry make up just some of the space’s luxurious amenities. The appliances will have your food tasting like a five-star meal.
The home’s expansive primary bedroom comes complete with three walk-in closets and a dressing area, which walks out onto a private, second-story deck. Like all the bedrooms in this home, this room has an attached full bathroom.
The full bathroom attached to the primary bedroom has double marble sinks, and marble countertops and flooring. But the best part of this space, apart from the walk-in shower? The oversized, jetted, jacuzzi soaking tub. If you enjoy a relaxing bath, good luck getting yourself to leave that thing.
The spacious screened-in porch, which can be reached through two French doors, is just calling to be used on summer nights. Bring your snacks from the nearby kitchen out to enjoy while relaxing as the sun goes down.
Contact Tam McGeady with Coldwell Banker Realty for more information.
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