A roughly 20,000-square-foot mansion is going on the market for $22 million, which will make it the most expensive house listed in Washington, D.C., according to the WSJ and Christie’s International Real Estate.
A neoclassical brick and limestone mansion built in the early 1990s, Fessenden House is located in the affluent Forest Hills neighborhood.
The home was designed by Leon Chatelain of Chatelain Architects in collaboration with interior designer Antony Childs.
With 7 bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms and 5 half-bathrooms, the house has an elevator and a temperature-controlled wine cellar and tasting room.
Outside, the grounds include formal and informal English gardens, hedges and fountains. There is also a pool, pool house and a sports court.