Photographs courtesy of Compass.
This recently manufactured mansion in McLean has so substantially likely on that it is tough to know where to get started. You could go with the helical steel staircase that, in accordance to the listing agent, weighs extra than two elephants. Or with the video clip wall manufactured of 16 flat-screen TVs. Or with the hexagonal swimming pool that can be temperature-controlled from your cell phone. Or with the 7.5-foot-extensive, blue-onyx wall panel that can, per marketing products, provide “support in bewildering or tough instances.” Or perhaps with the three distinctive styles of exterior siding (brick imported from Spain, Japanese shou sugi ban, and paneling inspired by a Piet Mondrian portray).
Anyway, you get the idea—this is not the household for a minimalist.
So what, specifically, is the tale at the rear of it? It was done by developer Ahmad Khreshi last year. He put it on the sector in June with no the support of a real-estate agent and it obtained tiny traction. “Nobody frequented it,” states Compass’s Ali Farhadov, who relaunched the residence Tuesday. “I named like ten brokers and they claimed they did not know that the home even existed in the sector.” Farhadov hopes to draw extra awareness this time all around. He and co-agent Sherif Abdalla have shown it for $8.7 million.
That sum will get you 4 bedrooms, four entire bathrooms, four half-baths, and near to 9,000 square ft. The household will take up most of the whole lot, wrapping all-around a rear patio and the pool/spa spot. A scaled-down residence was torn down to make way for the new one particular. The developer incorporated some of the wooden reclaimed from the aged place into the new residence and milled the hardwood flooring from a pair of trees that after stood on the whole lot.
Here’s a search all over.