This past month, Fairfax County was a hot bed for high-end and high-priced homes, with the 10 most expensive buys coming from NoVA’s largest county. According to Homes.com, these are the most expensive homes sold in the region during November.
$7.75 million: 10509 Beach Mill Rd., Great Falls
You feel like you’re at Cape Cod when you pull up to the Elsworth Falls estate. Located on over 21 acres, the 4,600-square-foot estate includes four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths, and is hidden behind L’Auberge Chez François in Great Falls. The East Coast and modern farmhouse aesthetic combine to provide modern design and plenty of charm. Head out the sunroom to find the beautifully designed in-ground pool. Not only does the outdoor entertainment space provide a great place to cool off in the summer, but it has amazing views of the greenery and the sunset.
$6.8 million: 6455 Kedleston Ct., McLean
With a house like this, you’d never need to take another vacation again. Inside the 13,450-square-foot, find six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and three half baths. Luxury details, including hand-painted wallpaper, heater floors, and a private balcony, make this McLean home stand out. The backyard features landscaping and hardscaping. The saltwater pool has a diving board, spa, and room for additional seating. Plus, the pool house and expansive patio provide more than enough room to entertain guests.
$4.6 million: 7100 Holyrood Dr., McLean
Built in 1932, this McLean home is full of charming details. Expanded and renovated, the home includes six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms on two acres of land. Exposed stone from the original house can be found throughout the updated home. The custom wine cellar in the basement ensures the owner’s collection stays in pristine condition. The primary suite has access to a private terrace, with a deck underneath, that overlooks the property. A guest apartment sits above the garage.
$4.5 million: 918 Mackall Ave., McLean
This 2023 build includes all of the modern amenities and design features you could want. The five-level, six-bedroom home with an elevator is located in the Langley Forest neighborhood. Some of the amenities include a 92-bottle capacity Thermador wine column, 12-foot Cambria Inverness Frost quartz waterfall island, and an indoor sports court with an adjustable basketball hoop.
$4.2 million: 207 Deepwoods Dr., Great Falls
The five-acre lot provides plenty of privacy for this new build. Located in the new community The Manors at Still Pond, this Great Falls home features natural light throughout, a gourmet kitchen with a waterfall island, and a finished basement with a wet bar and home gym. Make your way to the backyard to find the grand deck, which will be the star of any party.
$4.17 million: 6100 Woodland Ter., McLean
Morbill Custom Homes built this transitional-style home in 2023. The Chesterbrook Woods home at the end of the cul-de-sac is now nearly 9,000 square feet with five bedrooms, eight bathrooms (five full, and three half), a finished basement, and a recreation room.
$3.7 million: 7607 Southdown Rd., Alexandria
With 60 feet of waterfront access, you see the Potomac River in all its beauty. Built in 1996, the waterfront property includes over 3,200 square feet and comes with three bedrooms – including one main level bedroom – and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The home also has a dock for direct access to the water.
$3.4 million: 1440 Oakview Dr., McLean
Sleek designs, open floor plans, and luxury amenities all make up this 9,401-square-foot estate in McLean. The new home is stocked full of high-end amenities, including a gourmet kitchen with the latest gadgets, spa-like bathrooms, a home theater, and a wet bar. The back deck features a screened-in porch with a fireplace.
$3.3 million: 1350 Woodside Dr., McLean
It’s all in the details for this $3.3 million estate. From the crown molding to the massive windows to the hardwood floors throughout, all the little things come together to create a luxe living space. Outside the six-bedroom home, you can’t miss the entertaining space. The backyard has two patios and an in-ground pool, making the home the designated party spot during the summer.
$3 million: 1585 Maddux Ln., McLean
A manicured and landscaped yard adds plenty of curb appeal to this McLean home. In addition to the six bedrooms, and gourmet chef’s kitchen, the home includes an art studio, home office, library/den, and home theater. A deck and patio provide the perfect spot to enjoy dinner outside or to stargaze at night.
Feature image of 6455 Kedleston Ct., McLean by Trejo Studios
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