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AOL Co-Founder’s 50,000 Sq. Ft. Virginia Estate Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Marden House’ for $62.9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

AOL Co-Founder’s 50,000 Sq. Ft. Virginia Estate Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Marden House’ for $62.9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

AOL Co-Founder’s 50,000 Sq. Ft. Virginia Estate Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Marden House’ for $62.9M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
August 23
11:41 2019

AOL Co-Founder’s 50,000 Sq. Ft. Virginia Estate Includes Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Marden House’ for $62.9M

McLeanVirginia, United States, 22101
Described as the finest estate ever offered in the Washington region, The Falls, reflects timeless, modern architecture and sits privately on a premier site overlooking the Potomac River. It was built for AOL co-founder, philanthropist and entrepreneur James V. Kimsey in 1999. Kimsey passed away in 2016 at the age of 76 after battling cancer. The 3.2 acre estate affords rare privacy and is introduced via a private security and gate house which also includes staff quarters. Beyond the gates, a private drive leads to a secure arrival court and access to the underground parking garage which accommodates 30 vehicles. Bronze entry doors welcome guests to a gracious rotunda and gallery leading to the dramatic, two storey living room overlooking the river. The extensive interiors were designed by renowned designer, Thomas Pheasant, including the majority of furnishings which were custom designed for the residence. There are nine bedrooms, thirteen full and seven partial bathrooms throughout with a private master wing with study, expansive dressing room, service kitchen, exercise room and massage room. There is a custom mahogany library with river views, a private lounge adjoining a wine cellar, a 3D media room and multiple entertaining areas suitable for both large and small groups. The 3.2 acre property also includes a fabulous guest house designed by world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Sitting adjacent to the main house with views over the Potomac River, The Marden House was built in 1959 and remains one of only a handful of homes in the Commonwealth of Virginia designed by the famous architect. Be sure to watch the video profiling the residence and take the 3D Matterport tour. The Falls estate is on the market for $62,950,000 with TTR | Sotheby’s International Realty.





































 

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