The scheduled Thursday foreclosure auction for the region's most expensive foreclosed home—the Rodney Hunt Estate in McLean—has been canceled.
The auction for the home was canceled Wednesday evening by auction house Tranzon Fox, The Washington Post reported Thursday morning. No reason for the cancelation was given.
According to an earlier auction listing, the home features "10 fireplaces, elevator, high ceilings and massive windows that expose breathtaking views and plentiful natural light. A beautiful gourmet kitchen with huge center island is ideal for entertaining family and friends. The kitchen offers exquisite cabinetry and quality countertops. The relaxing master suite features a private balcony with incredible views."
A foreclosure auction scheduled for the fall of 2012 was also canceled, Patch reported in September. Just prior to September, the Hunt estate was listed as the third-most expensive home in the D.C. area by Washingtonian magazine.
Hunt has owned the home since 2003.