AOL Founder Is Selling His House For How Much?

$49.5 million was the record for the most expensive house sold in Maryland.

But now there’s another listing that, believe it or not, eclipses that ask, at $62.95 million.

The gated 3.2-acre estate in McLean, which belonged to the late AOL co-founder Jim Kimsey, is by far the most expensive home on the market in the region, as the Wall Street Journal first reported. The property — The Falls, which is the main house, and The Marden House, a guest house built by Frank Lloyd Wright— is listed by Mark Lowham and Russell Firestone of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

Merrywood, according to the Wall Street Journal, is now under contract. That listing also belongs to Lowham.

The front bronze doors lead to a rotunda, gallery and two-story living room.

 

The main house has 

  • nine bedrooms

  • 13 full bathrooms

  • seven half-baths

  • A private wing houses the master suite

  • a private study

  • spa bathroom (with steam room, sauna and jacuzzi)

  • dressing room

  • private service kitchen

  • exercise room

  • massage room 

  • second full bathroom 

The main residence also has a

  • private lounge 

  • wine cellar

  • custom mahogany library 

  • wet bar

  • media room

The outdoor terrace has an

  • infinity pool

  • spa, 

  • look onto the Potomac River.

  • A tennis court, 

  • pavilion and private gardens also sit on the property.

See the all the photos HERE!

Source: Biz Journals

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