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9110 Dara Ln, Great Falls, VA 22066
9110 Dara Ln, Great Falls, VA 22066
9110 Dara Ln, Great Falls, VA 22066
9110 Dara Ln, Great Falls, VA 22066

Price: $3,340,000
9110 Dara Ln, Great Falls, VA 22066

MLS #: VAFX1112110
Tax ID #: 0192 19 0003
Ownership Interest: Fee Simple
Structure Type: Detached
Levels/Stories: 3
Waterfront: No
Views: Garden/Lawn, Trees/Woods
Garage: Yes
Beds: 8
Baths: 6 / 2
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 6,771 / Estimated
Price / Sq Ft: 493.28
Year Built: 2007
Property Condition: Excellent
Style: Colonial, Georgian
Central Air: Yes
Basement: Yes

Public: NEW PRICE IMPROVEMENT. $150,000 adjustment. A sprawling 10,000 square foot Georgian home that offers a high level of refinement, privacy and ease of location that is so hard to find in just one property. This is a nearly 2 acre sanctuary in the city. It looks and feels brand new. Lets start with the interiors. Impressive from the moment you open the front door. A timeless and fresh color palette from floor to the 10-foot ceilings which soar to double height in a second foyer which leads to the main stairway. While you are looking up, the 15-inch crown moldings will surely catch your eye and so will the natural light spilling through the floor to ceiling windows with views of the expansive private grounds. This home has all of the thoughtful upgrades you can imagine. A stunning coffered ceiling in the library, custom arched doorways, two-way fireplace between the living and dining rooms, neutral designer wall treatments, butlers pantry with temperature controlled wine storage, 3 Wolf ovens including a 6 burner Wolf stove, 3 dishwashers, 3 sinks, built-in sound system inside and out, security cameras, first floor guest suite or master bedroom, oversized great room fireplace mantel, large slate terrace privately located off the second floor master suite, lower level custom bar with built-ins, a second great room with fireplace, full size gym, whole house backup generator and a showpiece custom wine cellar with a spectacular 5000 bottle capacity. Now lets move to the exterior. A 3 car garage and motor court is not seen from the street by design. The stately manicured front grounds compliment the classic Georgian architecture but the haven that awaits in the back is on another level. It truly feels like a rambling private park with koi and stepping pond, waterfall, enormous hardscape, outdoor fireplace, raised fenced garden and sweeping lawns. Finally, but for many of you this may be the most important consideration: Location. This is a highly desirable Great Falls address near Route 7 which puts you within minutes of Tysons Corner, Metro, Wolf Trap, Dulles International Airport and other major commuting arteries including 267 and 495.

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