Max Scherzer's McLean Home Sells For $15 Million Asking Price
Max Scherzer got his number in McLean.
The five-bedroom Northern Virginia home of the former Washington Nationals pitcher sold yesterday for its $15 million asking price. The home went under contract within a day of being listed earlier this month.
The home, high above the Potomac River, was listed with Wetherly Barker Hemeon and Karen Barker of TTR Sotheby's International Realty. Mark Lowham of TTR Sotheby's represented the buyer.
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The five-bedroom home has 250 feet of waterfront frontage and 180-degree views of the Potomac River. Scherzer purchased an older home at the site in 2015 and then spent two years building a new house.
Glass walls along the back of the home frame views of the river in the living room, dining room and kitchen. This level includes standout features like a 7-foot basalt fireplace in the two-story living room and a 14-foot marble island in the kitchen.
The lower level includes a family room and home gym, and leads out to the pool deck, infinity pool and outdoor entertaining area. Stairs then lead down to the lawn and river's edge.
Photos courtesy of Anice Hoachlander
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