Merrywood Estate in McLean, Virginia has a storied history, serving as home to some of America’s most influential political and business figures. Built in 1919, the historic private estate was the childhood home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the mid-1940s.
This stunning waterfront mansion at 624 Chain Bridge Road on the Potomac River in McLean, Virginia is inspired by the Renaissance palaces of northern Spain.
This beautiful modern home located in Albermarle County, Virginia is at the edge of woodland on a hill with spectacular views of the pastures. Designed by architect Robert M. Gurney, the house has three gabled-roofed pavilions that take advantage of views of both the woods and the rolling pastures. Large windows and an open floor plan allow natural light to flood the house all the time.