The magnificent French-provincial style residence is reminiscent of the grand estates built on the river a century ago, such as the storied Marwood in Maryland or Merrywood in Virginia. The seven-bedroom, 12-bath home includes soaring ceilings and wall-to-wall windows, a conservatory, a dining room that easily converts to a ballroom, staff quarters, and extensive manicured grounds with a pool, guest house, yoga studio and sport court. The property traverses a large pond on the way down to a private dock and beach with spectacular views along the Potomac River toward a wooded Maryland shore.
Imagine yourself living on this historic property, which George Washington once owned as part of his 1,800-acre River Farm, the northernmost of the five farms that comprised his sprawling 18th-century estate. Here on this placid shoreline, you’ve got the opportunity to blend your own history and traditions with those of our founding father.