Rooftop Putting Green, Turkish Baths: $50 Million Mclean Home Would Set New Bar For Amenities
Can a home that has not even been built claim to be the priciest listing in the DC region? The answer appears to be yes.
A McLean listing hit the market on Friday for $50 million, however the price tag is for a 30,000 square foot home that has yet to be built. But if the home comes to fruition, it will have some of the most over-the-top amenities of any residence in the area.
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Listed with Fouad Talout of Long & Foster, plans for the sprawling residence at 7020 Green Oak Drive call for amenities ranging from a rooftop putting green to a bowling alley to Turkish baths. Other features worthy of a $50 million price tag include a rock climbing wall, private disco with a cigar room, a beauty salon, a champagne room, and a temperature-controlled 3000 bottle wine cellar.
The six-bedroom home is designed by DesignStudio4 and sits on five acres with 425 feet of Potomac River access. Talout tells UrbanTurf that a builder has not been chosen for the project.
The McLean home supplants Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder's Potomac home as the priciest residence on the market in the area.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/rooftop_putting_green_turkish_baths_50_million_mclean_home_would_set_new_ba/20676.
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