Even though the Virginia real estate market is the slowest it’s been in over a decade, the Northern Virginia market remains competitive. According to Homes.com, these are the most expensive homes sold in the region last month.
$7 million: 1332 McCay Ln., McLean
What does a home with 13,722 square feet include? How about six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a gourmet and catering kitchen, wet bar, wine room, and a fitness suite with a steam shower and sauna – just to name a few amenities. The new construction also has a driveway that can fit at least 25 cars in the front and a sleek and modern in-ground pool with a 24-foot waterfall wall in the back.
$4.225 million: 1718 N. Harvard St., Arlington
Completed this fall, this new-build home is located in the heart of Lyon Village. Situated on a corner lot, the four-level home features six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half baths. The space comes with a private main level study and a lower level rec room fitted with a wet bar, golf simulator room, and exercise room. In addition to the main property, the home also includes a detached garage with a studio above.
$4 million: 3694 Landmark Rd., The Plains
Waterfront property in The Plains isn’t common, but this 64-acre lot includes 1,000 feet on a lake. The stunning French country stone house is beautiful both inside and out. Inside, find large rooms for entertaining, five bedrooms, and amazing views. When you step into the yard, take in the boxwood gardens, perennial beds, and manicured landscaping. Outdoor amenities include an in-ground pool, pool house, tennis/basketball court, and lakeside gazebo. There’s also a barn with two apartments.
$3.8 million: 7227 Westerly Ln., McLean
The over 8,600-square-foot home is the perfect place for entertaining. The moment you step foot into this McLean home, you’ll be wowed by the grand staircase and classic details. Continue on the ground floor to find open spaces, the grand chef’s kitchen, and a vertical wine display. The lower level is definitely where your guests will gather. The space features a space, wine cellar, movie theater, bar, and fireplace. Head outside to find a screened-in porch with a fireplace, making it perfect for any season.
$3.1 million: 1139 Towlston Rd., McLean
At the end of the tree-lined driveway is a 9,116-square-foot McLean estate. Located in Greenway Heights, this six-bedroom home exudes luxury. Crystal chandeliers illuminate various rooms, while the cherry wood and black accents add details and pops of color throughout the home. Make your way out the backdoor to find a deck that expands across the entire back of the house and leads you down to the expansive patio with an outdoor kitchen, fire pit, and in-ground heated, saltwater swimming pool.
$3 million: 37789 Baker Mill Rd., Purcellville
Built in 2006, Live Oak Farm features beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains across the 10-acre property. The estate has four bedrooms — including a primary bedroom with a gas fireplace and wet bar — seven full bathrooms, and four half baths. Additional amenities include an in-ground pool with a 40-foot water slide, wine storage room, theater, and five-stall barn with living quarters.
$2.8 million: 6909 Blue Star Dr., McLean
Built in 2023, this six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, move-in ready home features all of the luxury amenities you would expect in a new build. From the three-car garage and second kitchen to the pet shower and steam shower, you can tell no detail was spared. And, yes, there’s an elevator.
$2.75 million: 9323 Old Mansion Rd., Alexandria
History runs through this property, one that sits adjacent to George Washington’s Mount Vernon. The Italianate villa sits along the Potomac River, and the secluded home makes the most of those views with amazing sightlines from both inside and outside of the home. The nearly 10,000-square-foot space also comes with six bedrooms — four with en-suite baths — a spacious kitchen and breakfast nook, seven fireplaces, an elevator, and a sauna.
$2.705 million: 2711 Key Blvd., Arlington
This Lyon Village Craftsman comes with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and a fenced-in backyard. The open floor plan on the ground level allows your family and guests to stay connected while preparing meals in the kitchen, watching TV in the family room, or doing homework at the breakfast nook. The new owners will be able to relax in the primary suite, which includes a private porch and waterfall shower.
$2.7 million: 603 President Ford Ln., Alexandria
The colonial-style home features six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms and over 7,000 square feet on a half-acre lot. This home is full of modern amenities, timeless architecture, and beautiful details. The kitchen showcases stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and an island. The main and second floors are designed with Brazilian hardwood floors. Of course, there’s a whole house audio system in place.
Feature image of 37789 Baker Mill Rd., Purcellville courtesy Steven Greenberger
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