Location: 1004 Founders Ridge Lane, Mclean, VA

Square Footage: 10,000+

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 8 bathrooms

Price: $8,495,000

This European inspired mansion is located at 1004 Founders Ridge Lane in Mclean, VA and is situated on 1.3 landscaped acres. It was built by  The Galileo Group in 2007 and features a stone exterior with slate roof. It features over 10,000 square feet of living space on 3 levels with a total of 5 bedrooms and 5 full and 3 half bathrooms. 

The 1st floor features a foyer with sweeping staircase, main hallway, elevator, wet bar with wine storage, 2 powder rooms, formal living & dining rooms both with fireplaces, great room with fireplace, library with fireplace, gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, octagonal breakfast room, mud room, curved side staircase with separate entrance and a 4-car garage.

The 2nd floor features the master suite with laundry room and 3 additional bedroom suites.

The lower level features a bedroom suite, billiards room with wet bar, powder room, recreation room with fireplace, gym, wine cellar and a home theater.

Outdoor features include a motor court, 2 levels of terraces, swimming pool with spa and a cabana with fireplace.

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  • Daniel

    I really like the approach and the exterior in general. Interior is nothing to write home about. Wish it had a bit more originality.




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  • mak

    “european”? Lolz




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  • Koko

    Even for McLean this is not worth even close to the asking price. More like $4M…




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  • Eric2

    Are… Are those FLOOR PLANS? On an AMERICAN House???
    Quick everyone duck! Pigs are going to be flying over head any moment!

    (coughs)

    OK so, first off, have to say I am surprised at this house, its “European” design (chuckle) Is not THAT bad. It’s, like someone built a house after HEARING about lots of Old English houses without actually seeing any. All in all it COULD be a lot worse…

    A Quick break down…
    I know it is a personal thing, but huge Garages that are attached to the house always seem like big wastes of space. If you want a big garage have it detached from the house or connected by a breezeway or something. Not chewing up “real” house space.

    In terms of the rest of the house…
    Loving the “flow” of the house, having duel stair cases is a nice break from a lot of these houses that seem to have only one BIG stair case and relay on an elevator to provide another means of going up and down. The face that the stairs go down to the basement as well as up to 2nd floor is nice.

    ALl in all I have it say “Good Effort” a bit over priced a 8.5 mil, BUT so SO much nicer then many other “Mc Mansions” we’ve been seeing.

    Eric the “Architecture Curmudgeon”`




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