People will have the chance to take a sneak peek at historic and luxurious homes around McLean in a few days.
The Woman’s Club of McLean is hosting its annual Holiday Home Tour with several properties near Ballantrae Farm this Thursday (Dec. 5). Tours will take place from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., starting at the Trinity United Methodist Church (1205 Dolley Madison Blvd).
This year’s event will highlight a roughly six-acre estate, along with two nearby homes.
The main estate was built in 1925 and has been renovated since. The surrounding grounds feature tennis courts, a swimming pool, a soccer field and a treehouse, according to a press release, which added that guests will also be able to see the Little Ballantrae farmhouse located on the property.
The two other homes included with the tour sit on Benjamin Street and were built around 2010.
The homes provide an example of “casual elegance with a nod to traditional southern living,” the owner said.
The yard attached to the properties also qualifies as a National Wildlife Sanctuary, according to a press release.
After guests tour the homes, they can return to the church to shop from a selection of local holiday vendors featuring crafts, freshly baked goods and holiday decorations.
Tickets cost $30 online and in advance or $35 a the door. If people want to purchase tickets in person beforehand, they can visit Mesmeralda’s (1339 Chain Bridge Road), Karin’s Florist (527 E. Maple Ave) or Great Dogs of Great Falls (9859 Old Georgetown Pike). All proceeds will benefit local charities and the Woman’s Club of McLean.
A shuttle to the homes is included in the ticket price for admission.
Photos via Woman’s Club of McLean
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