A that was once owned by AOL co-founder James Kimsey has been listed for $63 million, making it one of the most expensive homes in the greater Washington, D.C., area. Kimsey, who of cancer in 2016, built the 24,500-square-foot, six-bedroom main house in 1999. Scroll down for photos of the , including a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed guest house. Plus, see a of the main home.
The front of the estate is Italianate-style and features limestone.
The property is known as “The Falls,” a reference to its location over McLean’s Great Falls Park.
It sits on approximately three acres.
Here's a look at the infinity pool.
It features six bedrooms.
A spacious dining area.
There's a tennis court.
A light-filled living space that's ideal for entertaining.
The guest house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
In addition to Frank Lloyd Wright's signature red flooring, there are river views and floor-to-ceiling windows.