McLean Kennedy Estate Available with Magnificent 25,500 Square Foot Home
Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., associate Fouad Talout announced today that a magnificent 6.5 acre estate is available for sale on the Potomac River in McLean, Va. The historic property has been home to a prestigious residence—owned and loved by notable Washington, D.C., figures including the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy and Hong Kong magnate Ambassador Eric Hotung.
The property’s current owners are from mainland China; they purchased the shares of the owning company from the Hotungs in 2010.
This property is available under two separate listings – one for $9.8 million with the actual understated home where Senator Kennedy raised his children, and the other for $45 million with an exquisite new chateau (“Le Chateau de Lumiere”) designed and to be built by The Building Group, Inc.
The chateau would be exquisitely appointed with every modern amenity and technology for the utmost in luxury living—all tailored to the buyer’s specific requirements. When complete, “Le Chateau de Lumiere” could well be considered the most significant residential estate ever to be constructed along McLean’s “Gold Coast.”
“This is truly a one-of-a-kind property,” said Talout, who serves as the listing agent. “The waterfront vistas and Potomac River views are spectacular.”
The location and park-like setting, coupled with river views and river frontage, along with the fact that the property sits discretely obscured at the end of a winding driveway sheltered from Chain Bridge Road—makes this property very unique. It’s also conveniently located within close proximity to downtown Washington, D.C., as well as Tysons Corner in Fairfax County, Va.