Gloriously set on an oversized lot of nearly 10 acres overlooking a private, spring-fed lake, this week’s featured property offers the opportunity to inhabit a world of enchantment.
With a main home constructed in 2001 featuring glorious spaces from the moment you enter via the atrium/orangerie, the property is perfect for those wishing to leave an impression while entertaining, with marvelous vistas of the elegant gardens and lake beyond.
From the renovated kitchen to the towering stone fireplace of the Great Room, the property is ready to exceed expectations from top to bottom.
The home currently is on the market, listed at $1,425,000 by Tracy Williams of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.
Designed to mix in pleasantly with its natural surroundings, the home is a refreshing change of pace – the focus is not so much on size (although there is more than enough) but on getting everything just right and creating a property that offers harmony throughout.
The formal rooms on the main level are impressive, while upstairs you find the master retreat (again overlooking the lakefront). Another special bonus is the two-car detached garage, accessed by a charming breezeway.
But with the warmer months upon us, all eyes will be gazing out of doors, and the exterior really does provide an extension of the interior spaces.
The impressive deck is located off the atrium and Great Room, which will provide the pathway for those who enjoy kayaking, canoeing, fishing, bird-watching . . . or just enjoying the ever-changing scenery.
While you are set apart in a world of rarified enchantment, you are close to all of the amenities of Great Falls and have easy access to McLean, Reston and all of Northern Virginia.
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