$7,995,000 - 8548-A Georgetown PikeBacking to Great Falls Park and situated on 3.92 acres, this estate provides exceptional tranquility and privacy. Built in 2003 by acclaimed builder George Sagatov and substantially renovated/updated by BOWA in 2012, the residence is sited at the end of a private drive and secured by iron gates, allowing for added privacy and seclusion. The 12,000+ sqft main residence includes 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half baths. Features include a grand family room with nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, a gourmet kitchen renovated in 2012 with WOLF stainless steel appliances, a master suite with radiant floors, two walk-in closets, and a sitting area with a fireplace. The marble tiled spa master bath features a soaking tub with jets, dual marble-coated shower with three shower heads and a built-in bench and dual sinks. The finished lower level features a wine cellar, a rec/game room, full kitchen stocked with 3 subzero wine closets, gym and two additional bedrooms/2 full and 1 half bath. The walk-out lower level opens onto a covered terrace overlooking the swimming pool which was renovated in 2014 and converted to saltwater in 2018. The outdoor pavilion is furnished with two smokers, double burners, plumbing, fridge and a TV. The pool house has a full kitchen as well as a full bath. Additional features include 2 guest houses, and garage parking for 6 cars.
$1,799,000 - 6721 Georgetown PikeBeautiful 1.3 acre lot adjacent to Mackall Farms with brand new custom homes ranging from $3M-$6M. There is a small creek on the property which also has tons of road frontage, yet sits way back from Georgetown Pike and has a circular driveway. Off of the living and dining room areas, there is a main level master with secondary bedrooms located on the upper level. The lower level is fully finished with another bedroom and full bathroom. The house is perfect just as it is, but it's also a great candidate for a renovation and updating to today's look. The value is in the land and it could also be an excellent building lot, but it would be a shame to tear down.