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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: McLean Mansion With a Major View
The list price just dropped to under $13 million. By Michelle Thomas
All photos courtesy of Long & Foster.
Comments () | Published February 5, 2014

The big draw of this Georgian-style mansion is obvious. Yes, there’s 8,200 square feet of living space—which includes six bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and eight fireplaces, plus a pool house, guest house, and theater. But the undeniable appeal is the sweeping, jaw-dropping views of the Potomac River, visible from all three levels (check out that bedroom view!) and from the expansive back patio and pool deck. The home sits on five acres; inside, the fancy finishing touches include French doors, floor-to-ceiling Palladian windows, and elaborate molding and millwork. Originally listed at nearly $18 million, this home cut its asking price to $16 million before its latest drop earlier this year, settling on $12.98 million.

Scroll down to see photos of this home, then head here for a full virtual tour and to Estately for details.

 

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