Dwell Comes Home To Manhattan’s High Line In McLean


This stunningly modern masterpiece was converted from an ordinary suburban Tudor over the course of 30 loving years. Designed by Meditch Murphey Architects, this Priory Place bespoke home is truly one-of-a-kind:

  • Breathtaking free-standing solid cherry-clad steel stairs at the entry are flanked by glass stairwell walls and custom handrails stained in ebony.
  • The kitchen is a cook’s paradise: limestone countertops, slate tile floors, backsplashes of slate and cut glass tile, cherry and maple semi and custom cabinetry and high-end appliances.
  • Cherry accents appear throughout all levels and all the beds, cabinets, desk, a rolling door and more were custom designed to fit the space.
  • In the master suite, a custom built birch bed was installed. In the master bath, a Bofi soaking tub is integrated by a connecting molded bench into the glass wall steam shower.

The High Line Connection Hidden in The Cloisters of McLean

Outside, landscaping inspired by the celebrated New York High Line urban park highlights a heated swimming pool that beckons you in complete privacy.

An expanded lower deck wraps around the side of the house to enhance the view of the landscape from the inside, and provide access to the gardens and pool. The rear of the property adjoins Dead Run Park, one of the most picturesque trails in Fairfax County, replete with waterfalls along wooded paths.

This exquisite Priory Place listing at $1,995,000 must be seen if only for the experience. Come take the tour.

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