McLean | VA
Undeniably one of the most desirable homes on the market in Mclean, 8305 Randwood Street is the exclusive listing of RLAH’s luxury agent, Jill Schwartz. Sensational in every way and designed by renowned Harrison Design Associates, this spectacular custom masterpiece represents a rare opportunity to own one of the most magnificent luxury Estates in Mclean. Ready to move in immediately, enjoy your summer of social distancing at your own private resort. Complete with an exquisite main house with separate guest quarters, plus a cabana bath house overlooking the luxurious private oasis, this dream-come-true property welcomes all with warmth and distinction throughout.
The curb appeal offers a blend of High Aspen with a Modern Rustic Elegance worthy enough to be your Exclusive Resort Property. From the European stone and light-colored stucco exterior to the rich dark hardwood flooring and custom finishes within, no design detail has been overlooked in this gorgeous privately-gated Mclean home located in coveted Springhill.
Upper Level # 1
Upper Level # 2 LOFT with Private Stairs to oversized loft with raised stage, Cutout attic windows andHuge storage room.
Lower Level Entertainers Dream:
Fully independent white wood and rich dark wood flooring pool house with 850 square ft of living space.
McLean is home to many diplomats, businessmen, members of Congress, and high-ranking government officials partially due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. and the Central Intelligence Agency. It is the location of Hickory Hill, the former home of Ethel Kennedy, the widow of Robert F. Kennedy. It is also the location of Salona, the former home of Light-Horse Harry Lee, the Revolutionary War hero. It is located between the Potomac River and the town of Vienna. McLean is often distinguished by its luxury homes and its nearby high-profit shopping destinations: the Tyson’s Corner Center and the Tyson’s Galleria. The two McLean zip codes – 22101 and 22102 – are among the most expensive ZIP Codes in Virginia and the United States.
The community received its name from John Roll McLean, the former publisher and owner of The Washington Post. Along with Stephen Benton Elkins, in 1902 he bought the charter for the Great Falls and Old Dominion Railroad. Completed in 1906, it connected the area with Washington, D.C. The community itself was founded in 1910, when the communities of Lewinsville and Langley merged.