A $15 million home on the market in McLean offers views of the Potomac River and its rapids, his-and-her toilets in the master bath, a 15-seat home theater with stadium seating and a 161-inch screen, and a library that "feels much like a treehouse," according to the listing posted on Zillow.
The property, at 624 Chain Bridge Road, sits on a gated 3.22-acre lot, with almost 200 feet along the waterfront.
The six-bed, 10-bath home is 11,625 square feet. It was built in 2011 by Maryland architect Richard Foster and was inspired by Renaissance palaces in northern Spain, according to the listing.
On the home's upper level, the master bedroom includes a "vast" dressing room, fireplace and private terrace. The master bath offers an oversized rain shower, double vanity and his-and-her toilets.
Four other bedrooms include private sitting rooms and full bathrooms to give guests their own "mini-apartments," the listing states.
The mahogany-paneled library, "seemingly cantilevered in the trees above the river, feels much like a tree house and sits between the terrace on the front and another terrace running along the back of the house," the listing states.
A fitness center has glass walls, bamboo floors and a half-bath.
The property is listed by TTR Sotheby's International Realty.