House of the Week: McLean mid-century home designed by Charles Goodman


View Photo Gallery: The Washington Post’s picks of local distinguished homes on the market.

This week’s featured home was designed by Charles Goodman, the mid-century architect behind Reagan National Airport.

The six-bedroom home sits on five acres of land and overlooks the Potomac River.

“The architecture really marries the house to the land,” said Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties. “The way it’s positioned, the house has views all the way up the river and all the way down the river.”

The house was built in 1959 and features built-in bookcases, four fireplaces and an intercom system. It is on the market for $6.9 million.

On a related note: Our ‘Mad Men’ Look Contest ends Monday. Submit photos of your mid-century-inspired home for a chance to win. We’ll announce finalists on Tuesday.

Listing: 710 Bulls Neck Road

Last week’s House of the Week

Profile: McLean

Do you have a home that deserves to be the house of the week? Send us photos and info to abha.bhattarai@washingtonpost.com or tweet it to us at @postrealestate.

Abha Bhattarai covers local retail, hospitality and banking for The Washington Post. She has previously written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times.
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