Luxurious Leesburg living rarely gets better than this six-bedroom, nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion on a corner lot in the reputable Grenata neighborhood, boasting a richly-decorated interior, an extravagant master suite and a palatial saltwater pool. It can be yours for $2.199 million.
“When you say live, work and play at home, this house checks all the boxes,” listing agent Lisa Thompson told the Times-Mirror.
Per Thompson, Grenata consists of 59 large properties and is roughly 10 minutes southeast of downtown Leesburg by car. While the array of rooms in this home make it more than sufficient to sustain a balance of living, entertaining, relaxing and remote work, the location is greatly convenient for the commuter — only 3 miles from the Dulles Greenway — or for the evenings when Leesburg’s many dining and amusement options are just too alluring to resist.
A circular driveway leads arrivals to either the stone patio in front of the entryway or to the three-car garage on the east end of the home, next to which sits a detached, one-car garage, which Thompson said provides “ample space for the car enthusiast.” Top-of-the-line landscaping can be found on virtually every bit of the property, with ornamental trees, flowers and shrubs giving guests a lush welcome. Combine these with the stone-based, white brick façade, and the home has made a knockout first impression.
Through a set of rich, wooden double doors, guests arrive in the two-story foyer, a double-sided fireplace paneled with mahogany sitting directly across from the entryway, natural light from the dozen-plus windows by the curved staircase bouncing off the marble tiled floors to illuminate the entire space. A formal living room sits on the opposite side of the aforementioned fireplace, its entire rear wall made up of bay windows overlooking the pool and the rest of the 3.04-acre property that lies beyond.
Several other sitting areas, most of which feature a fireplace, punctuate the main level, where one can also find the spacious, relentlessly stylish kitchen. Worn, cream-colored cabinetry covers all three walls, as do the burgundy tile backsplash, professional-grade stainless-steel appliances — including a range hood looming over the gas cooktop — and granite countertops, which also cap the center island. A smaller dining area sits directly adjacent, while the formal dining room is the next room over.
Upstairs, the balcony — lined with railings of wood and wrought iron — leads into the regal master suite, where one is first introduced to a carpeted, heavily windowed sitting area with its own fireplace. This leads into the bedroom itself, which features a tray ceiling, two walk-in closets, a custom built-in including a microwave and mini-fridge, and a laundry chute. With a jetted tub, glassed-in shower, shimmering tile floors and an elegant chandelier, the opulent master bath will make for inescapable comfort whether you’re getting ready for the day or enjoying a nice, long soak. Three more secondary bedrooms are on the upper level, each with an en-suite bath and a large closet, while the other two are on the lower level.
While the house’s large home office with built-in cabinetry makes for an ideal spot to work or learn from home, the finished basement is where the fun happens. A carpeted club room features yet another two-sided fireplace, on the other side of which can be found a shelved gaming area, perfect for foosball or ice hockey. Right next to this room is a kitchenette complete with mini-fridge, microwave, dishwasher and bar, while a large billiards room and home theater sit opposite the club room. A home gym and unfinished storage area complete this level, whence guests have direct access to the rear pool deck, which includes a spa, pergola and covered pavilion with a wood-burning fireplace.
Thompson said the deck overlooking the pool area is the perfect spot to unwind at the end of the day, with the views of the property stretching far beyond.
“It’s just so peaceful, especially in the evenings with the amazing sunset views that you have,” she said.
For more information on this listing, contact Thompson at 571-207-6580 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This home was featured in the Loudoun Homes fall guide.