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This Week's Find: A Trans-Atlantic Collaboration in Virginia
This Week's Find is a 15,000 square-foot home in Oakton, Virginia that is a collaboration between a local builder and a European architect. The finished product, completed this year, is a delicate balance between contemporary architectural flourishes and livability.
As one comes up the teardrop driveway, they see a house that is entirely symmetrical, down to a bedroom that hangs over the two-story foyer. The drive leads to the side of the house, where cedar doors open to a garage that can fit up to eight vehicles, and also has an LED-lit car showroom.
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From the garage, one can explore the many hosting amenities on the listing's lower level. Along with a movie theater with Nappa leather seating, there is a fitness room, a music room, and a dedicated art room. A wet bar and 1,000+ bottle wine cellar round out the entertainment options.
On the main floor, natural light dictates the mood. Two-story floor to ceiling windows and skylights throughout the house ensure that the outdoors are top of mind. Multiple outdoor patio areas are also accessible throughout the home via custom accordion doors.
For more details about the listing, see below.
- Full Listing: 10300 Conejo Lane (map)
- Price: $6,480,000
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: 7.5
- Square Feet: 15,237
- Listing Agent: Kelly Martinez, Coldwell Banker Realty
Photos courtesy of Absolute Altitude Photography.
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