This $22M Mansion Is the Most Expensive Home in Washington, D.C.

The elegant façade pays homage to the architecture of Sir John Nash.This stately Washington, D.C. home offered by Marc Fleisher of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty is the most expensive home in the area, asking $22M, reports AD. According to the listing, 3030 Chain Bridge Road NW is the product of collaboration between Jones Boer Architects, Banks Development and Arentz Landscape Architects. The resultant regency styled home pays homage to the architecture of Sir John Nash and features Indiana limestone porches, hand carved stone mantels and custom millwork. The house spans 13,500 square feet and has 8 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms along with an elevator, a steam room and a gourmet kitchen with two marble-topped islands and a show-stopping vent hood. An added bonus: whoever moves into this house will count the Obamas and Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner as neighbors.

A sweeping staircase greets visitors in the entry. French doors in the living room lead to the spacious yard. A fireplace anchors the living room. The kitchen features two marble-topped islands. A unique vent hood is the focal point of the kitchen. The sunny breakfast area. Another living area also features a fireplace. The cozy, wood paneled library. The master bathroom is a luxurious retreat. There is a spacious balcony overlooking the lawn. The lower level houses a game room. The grounds were landscaped by Arentz Landscape Architects. The house sits on nearly an acre of landscaped grounds.