Large and stately homes in the Washington, D.C., area sometimes come with a historic pedigree. The owner of the eight-bedroom home on four levels is selling it. The eight-bedroom home on four levels is being sold by the owner who lovingly built it.
The river-facing living room takes in the view through a trio of arched picture windows.
BTW Images LLC | Long & Foster Real Estate[They]Indeed, the bespoke interior features eight different types of wood, including cedar, mahogany, maple, Brazilian cherry and walnut as well as granite, marble and travertine floors. The home’s square and rounded towers are covered in a limestone exterior with copper accents, Vermont red slates, and copper railings. The main floor is filled with large arched doors and windows that keep the outdoors at your fingertips. Thiel says that having 1.2 acres of riverfront is really special. To have 1.2 acres of riverfront is really special,” Thiel says.
Inside, the main foyer has a pantheon-style ceiling that rises nearly 40 feet while ceilings in other rooms range from 10 to 15 feet. The four floors are connected by a wooden staircase with a custom-made wrought iron railing. There’s also a glass exterior elevator that offers views of the Potomac as you move from floor to floor.
Other rooms include a living room facing the river, formal dining room, bedrooms with wooden floors and en suite bathrooms, five fireplaces, two wrought-iron balconies with river views, and a custom contemporary kitchen with granite countertops as well as Corinthian capitals and columns.
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