Welcome to Luxury For Less, a weekly column highlighting the best deals in luxury real estate. Written by Brandy Schantz of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, Luxury For Less offers tips and tricks navigating the competitive real estate market and securing the home of your dreams. To learn more, visit ttrsir.com.
We’re back to McLean this week and this time we’re featuring a wow house.
This home, as well as many others featured in this column, was remodeled by BOWA. BOWA is a well-known and highly regarded design firm based in McLean. Founded in 1988 by friends from the University of Virginia, BOWA’s work can be seen in some of the most luxurious homes in the area.
BOWA has earned numerous awards including Best of Arlington-Best Remodeler, Best of Houzz for Service, Contractor of the Year-Natioanl Association of the Remodeling Industry, and Best Custom Home Builder in Washington, D.C. by Home Builder Digest. I frequently recommend BOWA to clients seeking to remodel or custom build. This week’s feature shows off their work beautifully.
6470 Kedleston Court is a stately home inspired by 19th Century Georgian Country Homes. It’s location on one of the most exclusive streets in McLean offers privacy and security. The dramatic two story entry hall is breathtaking and the wet bar and wine cellar can’t be missed. This home truly exemplifies luxury and elegance.
To see this beautiful home or any others, you can schedule an appointment by emailing or calling me at [email protected] or 571-263-0206.
Check out the rest of this week’s Luxury for Less listings:
- 1322 Round Oak Court McLean (Reduced $10,000)
- 6655 Van Winkle Drive Falls Church (Reduced $50,000)
- 10720 Falls Pointe Drive Great Falls (Reduced $75,000)
- 502 Meadow Lane SW Vienna (Reduced $50,000)
- 913 Saddleback Court McLean (Reduced $25,000)
The properties listed are a small selection of properties available in the Tyson’s Corner area. For a full list of properties listed on MLS and private exclusives, please contact Brandy Schantz.
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