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LOCATION: 22781 Creighton Farms Drive, Leesburg, VA

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 17,600

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 7 bedrooms & 13 bathrooms

PRICE: $5,800,000

This French Provincial style stone mansion is located at 22781 Creighton Farms Drive in The Club at Creighton Farms gated golf community in Leesburg, VA and is situated on 3.2 acres of land.

It was built in 2008 and features approximately 17,600 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 full and 4 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase, elevator, formal living & dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, paneled home office/library, bonus room, billiards/rec room with wet bar, wine cellar with tasting room, home theater, gym, 6-car garage and more.

Outdoor features include a porte-cochere, balcony, patio, kitchen/BBQ, swimming pool with spa, cabana/gazebo, putting green and a half-court basketball court.

It is listed at $5,800,000.

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  • horselips

    A very nice mansion, seriously hurt by the very low ceilings – painfully obvious in pictures #3, #16 and #19.




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    • Bill_N

      The ceilings aren’t THAT low, and unless your name is Manute Bol or Yao Ming, I can’t see where there’s a problem.




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      • horselips

        I’m actually just 5’9″. You’re right of course, the 10-12 foot ceilings throughout this mansion are considered ‘high’ when most homes have 8′-9′. But I was spoiled rotten by one of my houses, which was designed with a peaked cathedral ceiling over the whole floor plan that topped out at 14 feet over the centrally located public rooms, and the family room had a huge window wall that magnified the effect. Sure, the bedrooms on both sides had sloped ceilings that got as low as 8′ but that was fine for bedrooms. Amazing since that was just a 2300 square foot tract house that cost me 150 grand (1995). The development was full of them – it was the most popular model in the subdivision. Sadly, it went with the divorce, but that’s another website.
        I dunno, but when a mansion is this noble outside, this size, and this costly, and on this big a lot, is it too much to ask that the major public rooms be 2-story? A few extra tootsies in height can make a huge visual impact. The cost isn’t that much more, and the effect is well worth it.




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