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1515 Mintwood Dr, Mclean, VA 22101
1515 Mintwood Dr, Mclean, VA 22101
1515 Mintwood Dr, Mclean, VA 22101
1515 Mintwood Dr, Mclean, VA 22101

Price: $3,695,750
1515 Mintwood Dr, Mclean, VA 22101

MLS #: VAFX1174220
Tax ID #: 0313 31 0043
Ownership Interest: Fee Simple
Structure Type: Detached
Levels/Stories: 3
Furnished: No
Waterfront: No
Garage: Yes
Beds: 5
Baths: 6 / 3
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 5,930 / Estimated
Price / Sq Ft: 623.23
Year Built: 2020
New Construct: Yes – Completed
Property Condition: Excellent
Style: Colonial, Contemporary
Central Air: Yes
Basement: Yes

Public: Premier Homes Group proudly presents their newest Presidential Series model at 1515 Mintwood Dr. Mclean, Virginia. This immaculate home is conveniently located in close proximity to downtown Mclean, Tysons Galleria, and The Metro. This masterpiece is sitting on a premium corner lot that backs to a newly developed subdivision of similar properties. With 8,450 square feet of luxurious living space within 3 levels and 950 square feet of enjoyable outdoor living, this home is sure to exceed the most demanding expectations of any buyer. Premier Homes Group is a leader in the custom home building industry, that utilizes the most innovative and high quality products, designs, materials, and brands. Every element of this house has been designed with elegance as well as comfort if mind. The exterior facade displays a distinct contemporary design featuring brick, bluestone, premium fiber siding, and modern windows and doors. The interior design of this home is just as extravagant with countless upscale features. From the the 3-level elevator to the built-in sauna, this top-tier home is truly captivating. As soon as you step in, you are greeted by a spacious foyer with a floating architectural ceiling. The gourmet kitchen includes echelon cabinetry and luxury appliances by designers such as Subzero and Wolf. The basement is equipped with a spa, wet bar, and 2 recreational rooms for your desired use. Comfortable living is guaranteed with 2 programmable thermostats and Lutron lighting system.

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Negotiate a Buydown to Get into a Home Now

If you are a prospective homebuyer, things have changed in the past year. Most notably, mortgage rates have more than doubled which has created an affordability gap that has taken approximately 15 million buyers out of the market. Inventories are growing but it isn't...

If you’re on the sidelines, at least get ready…

If you're on the sidelines to buy a home, there are things you can do to be ready when you do get back in the game. Improve your credit score to qualify for the best mortgage rate available which are reserved for those with the highest scores. Get a copy of your...

Negotiating Your Position

The seller wants the most for their home and the buyer wants to pay the least possible. From the very beginning of the homebuying process, there are adversarial positions between the principals. If you happen to be in a multi-offer situation, it just complicates...

Turn Back Time

As the expression goes, "if I could turn back time", maybe you'd would do some things differently. If you're wanting to buy a home, the regret may come from not getting a mortgage when rates were half of what they are today. There may not be a way to...

Buy Now, Refinance Later

The dilemma facing would-be buyers today is to wait until things settle down or move ahead in this unsettling economic environment. More specifically, the question should be, what are you waiting to settle down: mortgage rates, or prices or both? Mortgage rates...

Does high inflation discourage your from buying a home?

Inflation devalues the purchasing power of money and the interest earned on savings is almost always less than inflation. Tangible assets like your home consistently become more valuable over time. In inflationary periods, a home is a good investment and a hedge...

Did you know this about your credit?

Credit scores are used to assess risk and determine whether a borrower is approved or declined for a mortgage, credit card or some other type of credit. The score is a numerical value ranging from a low of zero to a high of 850 or 900 depending on the credit bureau....

Waiting for the Mortgage Rates to Come Down

Waiting for the mortgage rates to come down before you buy a home may not be a good decision. If you are correct, and the rates do come down by two percent, the savings you benefit from a lower rate will most likely be devoured by the appreciated price increase. As of...

Downsizing Options

Opportunities exist for a subset of homeowners, possibly in their 60's to 70's, who want to downsize to smaller homes for convenience, less maintenance, change of lifestyle, or to save money. These homeowners are more likely to have large equities and will not feel...

Concessions Make Your Home More Marketable

Sellers offer concessions as an incentive to encourage buyers to purchase their home. The concessions, paid for by the seller, benefit the buyer in ways that may be more appealing than possibly, being able to purchase the home for a lower price. In some situations,...

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Negotiating Your Position

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Turn Back Time

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Buy Now, Refinance Later

The dilemma facing would-be buyers today is to wait until things settle down or move ahead in this...

Downsizing Options

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