Custom Harrison Design Georgian Estate Lists for $9.15M in McLean, Virginia
$9,150,000 | Built 2003 | 8,450 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 1.5 Acres
1000 Turkey Run Rd, McLean, VA 22101
Custom-built in 2003, this massive Harrison Design Georgian estate is recently on the market for $9.15 million in McLean, Virginia. Listing details: Extraordinary architecture by Harrison Design is executed with uncommon grandeur in this custom-built classic Georgian Estate. Spanning approx 13,200 square feet with 5 Bedrooms, 6.5 baths, 7 fireplaces, and a 4 car garage, 1000 Turkey Run Road offers the ultimate in luxury living within unparalleled grace and scale. The residence is handsomely sited on 1.5 acres of bucolic grounds with extensive manicured and mature landscaping by Charles Owens of Fine Landscapes Ltd. The circular arrival court provides an impressive approach to the home and highlights its uniquely commanding presence. The thoughtfully designed floorplan is anchored by a gracious foyer and central gallery hall, flanked by two wings that yield stunning window views from nearly every vantage point. The graciously scaled rooms with 12′ and 11′ ceilings offer the opportunity for large-scale entertaining as well as intimate family living. The interiors were impeccably appointed by Kelley Proxmire Interior Design and include bespoke wall coverings, custom window treatments, and discerningly curated lighting throughout.
Intricate, significant, and appropriately elegant moldings adorn almost every space in the home. Dual stair halls connect to all three levels with the walk-out lower level existing in a class of its own, offering the best in health-driven amenities and sophisticated entertaining. Indoor-outdoor living blend seamlessly through the many sets of French doors that lead to a limestone central terrace, a large entertaining patio, and a garden all of which overlook a fire pit and beautiful pool. Meticulous details blend with the finest of finishes, creating a residence with timeless appeal that will continue to endure for generations to come. The best of past and present come together in this exquisite celebration of classic design, with beautiful wood flooring, tastefully elegant interiors with custom millwork throughout the sun-drenched living spaces. The main level includes a gracious reception hall, grand living and dining rooms, a classic mahogany library, and a luxurious main level primary bedroom suite with a beautiful marble bath and dual closets.
The spectacular gourmet kitchen with dual islands, professional-grade appliances, and an over-abundance of storage opens to a barrel ceiling breakfast room and large family room that leads to a convenient supplemental laundry/mud-room and the main-level porte-cochere. The upper level consists of an inviting central family room surrounded by three additional bedrooms with marble baths en suite, a separate den, and access to a spacious 4th level loft. The lower level was renovated in 2020 and includes a fully-outfitted, top of the line theatre, an incredible 920 bottle wine room, a tasteful walk-up bar, a large recreation room with fireplace, a studio gym with reception room, and an incredible home-project/laundry room with oversized island and extensive built-ins all which lead to the four-car garage. Sublime terraces, patios, a heated swimming pool, fire pit, and private beautifully landscaped 1.5 acres of grounds complete this residence. Located minutes from downtown McLean and Tysons Corner, the property is in prime proximity to Langley Oaks Park which lends easy access to the Potomac Heritage and Turkey Run trail systems. Also accessible are the Country Day School, the Potomac School, and the Langley High School pyramid. Major transportation arteries, including the Capital Beltway, Route 123, Route 7, Dulles Toll Road, and the George Washington Parkway, are easily accessible. Reagan National and Dulles International, DC, and Maryland are just a short drive away. This spacious mansion is on the market for $9.15 million with Jennifer Thornett of Washington Fine Properties. Photography by Oleksandr Mokrohuz.
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