Classical Brick Manor Asks $14.7M in McLean, VA (PHOTOS)

Classical Brick Manor Asks $14.7M in McLean, VA

$14,700,000 | Built 1999 | 14,900 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 11.5 Baths | 3.5 Acres
6827 Sorrel Street, McLean, Virginia, United States, 22101
Without question, one of the finest residences in the Capital Region, 6827 Sorrel Street, is discretely sited on a fully-gated 3.5 acre lot in prestigious Langley Forest. The residence is on the market for $14.7 million. The estate has housed global CEOs and hosted A-list celebrities alike, creating a provenance of distinction and prominence. Striding through the formal reception area reveals an octagonal greeting hall at the center of the home, from which all of the main-level living areas connect. Formal living and dining rooms enable entertaining on the grandest scale, and a handsome private study provides a cozy retreat secluded from the rest of the almost 15,000 square foot expanse. A true chef’s kitchen, complete with marble and stainless-steel countertops, Sub-Zero & Viking Pro-Series appliances, contains two separate breakfast areas and opens to a warm and inviting family room with French doors leading out to the covered veranda and outdoor stone fireplace.
Ascending the main stair around the sky-lit vestibule leads to a sumptuous owner’s suite, complete with a separate sitting room, private outdoor terrace, and distinct his-and-hers bathrooms attached to individual dressing rooms. Continuing around the mezzanine, three more ample bedroom suites. Ascending the staircase once more reveals a fully-finished upper level, complete with built-in bunk beds, window seats, and abundant bonus space perfect for young guests. The residence’s entertainment level lives up to its name, with a dedicated billiards room, in-home fitness and spa facilities, a professional home cinema, and au pair suite. Outdoors, another fully equipped kitchen, bubbling spa, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool which proudly reflects the image of a guest house unlike any other with a separate living room, bedroom, kitchenette, and two full baths.
Adjacent to the guest house a regulation-sized tennis court is revealed through an archway of trained mature greenery. The manicured grounds continue beyond the long pea gravel drive to a towpath and tranquil private pond. Offering every modern-day convenience one would expect with significant renovations throughout the years, featuring a full-service elevator, five-car garage, Lutron lighting system, and closed-circuit video monitoring system. With such a storied history, 6827 Sorrel Street will undoubtedly continue to uphold its status as one of the great and noteworthy residences of McLean, Virginia. The property is on the market for $14.7 million with Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

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