This recently built mansion is located at 11705 Sugarland Road in Herndon, VA. It was built by Waterford Custom Homes and is situated on a little over 2 acres. It boasts 0ver 22,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, double bridal staircase, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room with upper balconies, open concept gourmet kitchen/breakfast room area, 2-story library, 7 fireplaces, 2 additional kitchens (one in guest apartment, one in lower level), billiards room, recreation room with custom bar, game room, home theater, gym, massage room, 5-car garage and more! It is listed at $6,995,000.

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  • Limedaiquar

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    • Kenny Forder

      LOL let me guess, you don’t like it?




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      • Limedaiquar

        You’re good. 😉 Lol.




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  • Victor

    There is nothing special about this house, honestly there is nothing that I would remember about this home. It lacks pizzazz…it lacks character. For example, the front facade looks like something that the Toll Brothers would come up with. IMO it doesn’t do anything special




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    • Phil

      I liked the dark wood bar area.




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  • Sam

    Wow this house looks huge and is extremely spacious looking from the inside pics, not too sure about the A-frame on the facade, its not central and doesnt flow well. The entrance hall looks promising, but from there it goes downhill, the rooms are lacking a lot of character. I know this is a new build mansion, but if I had 7m, I’d buy a house for half of that, then spend the other half making something descent of the interior and landscaping..




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well, I’ll try not to ramble too much…I’m a resident of Herndon, and I’ll start by saying that this listing doesn’t exactly make me proud of that 😉

    First off, location. This home is located sort of at the meeting point of Herndon, Reston and Sterling. It’s located just about right on route 7, a MAJOR commuting road for people who drive into DC or Arlington/other Fairfax county locations. That means lots of noise, and tons of traffic on weekdays…not something desirable to deal with when you’re putting down 7 million dollars on a mansion. For those of you who looked the home up on bing maps, the home across the street on the corner is the builder’s model for all projects in the Northern VA area. These homes are sprinkled around the area, one or two in each location, and all of them look like this..that is to say, huge and generic. There’s nothing of architectural merit going on inside or out, they all have the vague feel of this one, and seem to be built to an Indian or Middle Eastern design aesthetic, as this one does, especially on the interior. You get a LOT of interior space, but no personality whatsoever. Sure, you can inject some into it when you decorate it, but it still doesn’t end up feeling special.

    I was surprised to see that this home is on a little more than 2 acres, because it looks extremely cramped in person, especially considering there are two more homes (not including the builder’s model) in very close proximity to it (the newest of which is taking FOREVER to complete…the bare foundation you see on bing maps is from a couple years ago and the home is still not finished). This one needs a lot of help (including some landscaping, PLEASE!) but it’s not worth it in my opinion. A lot of square footage for 7 mil for Fairfax County, but that does not make it a savvy buy.




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  • george

    I think the house is nice enough, BUT, I looked on realtor.com and noticed this was the most expensive house listed in that town. AND it is more expensive than the next 6 homes all added together. I can’t speak for anyone else but in my opinion the house should have been built in Potomac, Great Falls, or Mc Lean. Isn’t real estate all about Location, Location, Location. Also the photographs were awful, as was the staging furniture.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Most of this builder’s other homes are indeed in Great Falls & McLean. Herndon is not a heavy hitter in Fairfax County real estate, and it is true that this is not the wisest location for four homes of this size.

      I agree with you that the staging furniture is awful, but the photographs are a hell of a lot better than most listing photos…at least they’re not the 300 X 300 crap that some luxury listings offer. These pics were also taken during the day and actually give you a shot of entire rooms, rather than close-ups of nothing.




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  • Daniel

    Ick. It’s so grey and solemn looking, inside and out.




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    • Joejoe509

      Agreed. This house makes me sad and depressed…




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  • Jeff P.

    I kind of like the facade, specifically the way the port cochere is set lower, following the flow of the landscape. I think the inside is pretty uninspired though and I’ve never been a fan of those big sweeping Gone With the Wind staircases – they seem like such a waste of usable space.

    I’m also beginning to realize that the regular commenters here are a much harder to please lot than I am. Of course I agree with them on many counts, but talk about a tough crowd! 🙂




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  • lambskin

    The chaise in the dining room cracks me up!




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  • Atlanta Resident

    Horrible architecture. the definition of a mcmansion




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  • Eric

    I have seen this house in person as I was driving on Leesburg Pike.

    Location: Pretty Good, minutes from Tysons Corner/Mclean. Not that close to DC though.

    Exterior: This house is HUGE! When I first saw it, it looked about the size of a street!

    I personally love this house and is one of my favorites.




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