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.
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.
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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