Despite the gloomy economic news surrounding us, luxury homes in Loudoun continue to sell. Here’s a peek at the most expensive homes that were purchased in LoCo last month:
Topping the list for this month is a new construction masterpiece by Van Metre in the Raspberry Falls golf community just north of Leesburg on Route 15. The new buyers, who purchased it for just over $1.3 million, will enjoy the dual island kitchen, flagstone patio, 10 acre conservancy lot, six bedrooms, and six bathrooms. The home, a Grayhaven model, has over 10,000 finished square feet and was sold by Linda Callihan of Spectrum Real Estate.
Within the gates at Belmont Country Club, this estate home sold for $1.2 million, giving the new owners beautiful views of the 18th fairway, and nearly 7,500 finished square feet of luxury. The home boasts a two story foyer with curving staircase, gourmet kitchen, three fireplaces, and spacious deck with a hot tub. The home was listed by Louise Zinzi of Weichert Realtors, and sold by Jennifer Hammond of TTR Sotheby’s International.
We always seem to have a Beacon Hill home on our list, and this one doesn’t disappoint…selling at just over $1.1 million last month, the 7,500 square foot home sits on a beautiful 5 acre lot. Amenities include a sparkling pool and spa, lower level au pair suite, and a gorgeous stone fireplace in the family room. The home was listed by Mary Ann McGowan of Thomas & Talbot Real Estate, and sold by Pat Sellers of Long & Foster.
This southern manor style home in Lansdowne on the Potomac was purchased for just over $1 million, and boasts iconic front columns and multiple terraces and patios. Sitting on a .7 acre lot, the home has a magnificent great room with a wall of windows, open floor plan, and lower level wet bar and theatre room. Maureen Dabkowski of Coldwell Banker was the listing agent, and the buyers were represented by Paul Bedewi of Re/Max Premier.