A river house on more than 3 acres overlooking the Potomac is on the market for $7.75 million.
The four-bedroom, five-bath home at 1139 Crest Lane features views of the river from "virtually every window in the house," according to its listing.
The property features a long driveway and indoor heated pool. Guest parking can accommodate more than 35 cars, the listing states.
The 7,160-square-foot home was built in 1986.
According to Curbed DC, "… No doubt the 4 bed, 5 bath has a well thought out price. With great walls of windows that overlook the Potomac, an indoor heated pool, and parking for over thirty-five cars it is impressive in its own right."
The seller is Paul Shiffman, a director at Chain Bridge Bank, according to Curbed DC and Fairfax County real estate records.
Shiffman is an experienced litigator and an adjunct professor at American University's Washington College of Law, according to a short bio on the bank's website.
Shiffman has volunteered with McLean Little League for about 40 years, serving as coach, manager, president and board member, the bio states.