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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A Modernist Creation in Potomac
The architecture was inspired by Le Corbusier. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published April 10, 2014

Nestled in the woods of Potomac’s Bradley Farms on more than 80,000 square feet of land, this award-winning glass-walled creation—designed by architect Warren Cox of Hartman-Cox and built in 1974—takes its distinctive architectural inspiration from the Swiss architect and modernist pioneer Le Corbusier. The sprawling 8,000-square-foot, open-layout home includes six bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms, a wet bar, a wine cellar, a dressing room with three walk-in closets, and a glass-enclosed exercise room on its three levels. Then there are the outdoor amenities: Tucked among extensive gardens is a spacious tiered deck, plus a self-covering pool and a tennis court. A pool house and a two-bedroom guest house sit nearby. The property is listed at $2.695 million. Read on for a look at this unusual design, then head to TTR Sotheby’s for details and the full tour of the home.

 

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