Multimillion-dollar homes are full of luxuries —infinity pools, custom-built fireplaces, wine cellars. Their selling points also include their scenery, space, and, of course, style. Here are 10 of the most expensive Northern Virginia homes sold in June, according to Homes.com, a website designed to help real estate agents connect buyers and sellers.
$13.25 million: 1163 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean
Located in Langley Farms next to the historic Hickory Hill, this 13,882-square-foot, European-inspired estate built in 2010 has six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The interior includes an elevator, eight fireplaces, a wine collector’s cellar, a billiard room, a fitness room, and theater room with a retractable TV wall. Outside, there’s an infinity pool, manicured gardens, and nearly two acres of greenspace. And there is a separate guest house. Yearly taxes are just under $90,000.
$5.425 million: 1157 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean
This contemporary home in the heart of Langley Farms, which was remodeled in 2008, has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and a total of 5,014 square feet. The living and dining spaces are open with 25-foot beamed ceilings. The kitchen features Calcutta Gold marble countertops and a cherry wood island. The home boasts three fireplaces, a 1-acre lot, and parking for more than 20 cars.
$5.4 million: 10300 Conejo Ln., Oakton
This sleek European contemporary home built in 2022 boasts large windows and lots of symmetry. There are six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms. The kitchen is outfitted with Miele appliances, Grohe fixtures, and Silestone countertops. There’s ivory Italian iris tile throughout the main level. The upper level has an LED skylight feature. The lower level has entertainment galore, including a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, music room, art room, and home theater, as well as dedicated dog-washing room Car fanatics can enjoy the home’s seven- to eight-car garage and showroom.
$4.99 million: 6822 Georgetown Pk., McLean
This home constructed of diamond-cut stone imported from Portugal lives up to its name: the McLean Pearl. At 10,295 square feet and sitting on almost two acres, it features Greek and Italian marble flooring on the main level and Schonbek crystal chandeliers. There are six bedrooms, including two owner’s suites, and eight bathrooms. The kitchen has gourmet appliances, including a Sub-Zero fridge and wine cooler and a Wolf double oven. The home also has five gas fireplaces custom made by a Greek artisan, a billiards room, media room, and fitness room.
$4.885 million: 210 Duke St., Alexandria
In the heart of Old Town Alexandria, 210 Duke St. is full of stylish accents and history. The 1787 home was formerly the residence and medical office of President George Washington’s doctor, Dr. James Craik. Now, the property on four levels has five bedrooms, three-and-a half bathrooms, an updated kitchen, built-in bookcases, and arched doorways. The exterior has luscious gardens and a heated pool.
$4.7 million: 9616 Georgetown Pk., Great Falls
This 15,136-square-foot home on just over two acres has seven bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms. The interior has double spiral staircases, detailed ceilings, triple-pane windows, a commercial range, and halls that are at least 48 inches wide. There are two home offices, one with a private entrance, and the primary bedroom has its own reading nook, gas fireplace, and terrace.
$3.975 million: 1198 Windrock Dr., McLean
This seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home on a nearly 1.5-acre lot has had $2 million in upgrades. The inside is currently being renovated and includes a wine cellar, movie theater, four fireplaces, and an in-law suite. Outside, there is a spacious pool, hot tub, stone firepit, and polished gardens.
$3.75 million: 1216 Earnestine St., McLean
This contemporary 2023 home offers a polished interior with copious amounts of natural light. Inside the 8,088-square-foot home, there are five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and six fireplaces. The kitchen has a six-burner stove, double oven, stainless steel appliances, and a large island. The screened patio and balcony are the perfect features for enjoying the outdoors. The attached garage is big enough for four cars.
$3.75 million: 9062 Piney Mountain Rd., Warrenton
At 88 acres in 28 parcels, there is no shortage of space at this Warrenton estate. The property includes a six-stall stable and large RV garage. The 3,895 square feet of living space span four levels of the home that was built in 1977.
$3.75 million: 3632 36th Rd. N., Arlington
This contemporary home is borders the Gulf Branch trail near the Potomac River. Built in 2021, the home features six bedrooms, including two on the main level, nine bathrooms, two fireplaces, and a two-car garage. The enormous windows allow for plenty of natural light to see the parkland.
Feature image of 10300 Conejo Ln., Oakton, courtesy of Absolute Altitude
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