The DC Area's $50 Million, Yet-To-Be Built Home Re-enters The Market

  • March 12th

by UrbanTurf Staff

A rendering of the proposed house. Click to enlarge.

The DC area's priciest unbuilt home is back on the market. 

A listing for a 30,000 square-foot home in McLean that has yet to be built re-entered the market with a $50 million price tag on Friday. The property, listed with Fouad Talout and Jack Spahr of Long and Foster, originally hit the market about a year ago. 

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The plans for the sprawling residence at 7020 Green Oak Drive call for a number of features and amenities aimed at justifying the lofty price tag. There is the rooftop putting green, the bowling alley and the plans for high-end sauna and spa. But the list really gets going with a private disco with a cigar room, a beauty salon, and a temperature-controlled 3000 bottle wine cellar. 

The six-bedroom home will also sit on five acres with 425 feet of Potomac River access.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_dc_areas_50_million_yet-to-be_built_home_reenters_the_market/22065.

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