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Estate of the Week
Ted Kennedy's old house goes on the market. By Lynne Shallcross
Comments () | Published October 24, 2007
Where: 636 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean
Listing Price: $13,500,000
Time on the Market: nine days
Bedrooms: ten
Bathrooms: nine

This Potomac riverfront estate, built in 1968, was designed by architect John Carl Warnecke for Senator Ted Kennedy. On six-and-a-half acres, the home has more than 10,000 square feet of living space. The living room, banquet-sized dining room, and library have large glass doors with views of the river. There is also a recreation room, an exercise room, a two-car garage, a gated circular drive, a courtyard with a fountain, a heated pool, and a tennis court.

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