This red brick stately mansion in Fredericksburg, Virginia with Greek Revival architecture was originally built in 1834. The four-columned historic landmark has been modernized to include a two story glass enclosure for the stairs between the main residence and the carriage house.
River View Estate in Alexandria, Virginia is sited on 16.5 acres of George Washington’s original Mount Vernon property. It was one of six farms on the original sprawling estate, one of which was sold off to other parties.
This charming country style house in McLean, Virginia pays homage to the rich architectural tradition of the elegant farmhouses of the Old Dominion.
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.
McLean, Virginia – This stunning stone mansion on the Potomac River in McLean is inspired by the Renaissance architecture of northern Spain.
This French Norman style home in Vienna, Virginia is a timeless elegant but rustic country house with 21st-century comforts.