Our travels to explore the best in local real estate this week take us to McLean, where an exceptional property – designed by Richard Foster Architects and built by Buchanan-Price – can be found in the Franklin Forest neighborhood.
Set on a half-acre of verdant surroundings, the home features more than 7,000 square feet of lovely interior space with a design that has one foot planted in the exceptional Arts-and-Crafts era of lovely bungalow living, and another striding confidently toward the future with a focus on convenience, efficiency and livability.
The result is a property that works exceptionally well both for daily living and entertaining in style.
The property currently is on the market, listed at $2,250,000 by Jake Sullivan of RE/MAX Allegiance.
The location is superb, as the home is found on the west side of Franklin Park, which puts everything from McLean and Tysons to Arlington and D.C. close at hand. There is easy access to the East Falls Church Metro station.
Amenities proliferate, from the Craftsman-style doors to the three staircases to the trio of fireplaces. Room sizes are large but not over the top, and traffic flow is exceptional.
Whether entertaining a soirée in the formal rooms, hanging out with family and friends in the marvelous kitchen area, enjoying serenity in the upstairs master retreat or delighting in the informal spaces of the lower level, this home has all the angles covered. And it does so with a very upscale sense of style.
A marvelous opportunity awaits, so do not miss out!
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For information on the home, contact the listing agent. For information on having a house reviewed, contact the Sun Gazette’s real estate advertising department at (703)738-2521.