WASHINGTON, DC – Washington Fine Properties (WFP) is pleased to announce the sale of Eaglecrest, one of the Capital Region’s most prominent estates, which was listed at $6.38 million.
With a sought after McLean location, Eaglecrest sits on 2.4 gated acres of custom landscaping with specimen horticultural plantings, a large swimming pool and multiple terraces. An estate of such grand magnitude with unparalleled access to all of downtown Washington is a rare find.
Eaglecrest encompasses three separate buildings: the grand manor home, a separate guest house and an indoor recreation pavilion. The manor home boasts 14,000 square feet with formal principal rooms that can easily accommodate grand affairs for hundreds of guests. The three bedroom guest house is a comfortable sanctuary with a full kitchen and living room. The indoor recreation pavilion has a regulation tennis court, but can also be used as an entertaining hall to host over 250 guests for dinner.
Washington Fine Properties agents William F. X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki and Adam Rackliffe represented the purchasers and the sellers in the transaction. Moody, Hryniewicki and Rackliffe are recognized as top real estate professionals in the Capital Region and have been ranked among the Wall Street Journal’s Top 150 Agent Teams in America for four years in a row.
About Washington Fine Properties
Washington Fine Properties (WFP) is recognized worldwide as one of the most successful carriage–trade real estate firms in the United States. More than one hundred of the most powerful agents in the Nation’s Capital Region combine the highest level of expertise and professionalism to provide unequalled brokerage services to both buyers and sellers. For four years in a row, Washington Fine Properties has been ranked #1 in the nation for “Highest Closed Sales Volume per Agent” and “Highest Average Sales Price per Sale” by REAL Trends. WFP also ranked #1 in sales over $1,000,000 in Washington, DC in 2012. Visit WFP online at www.wfp.com.