WASHINGTON -- Score one for the rich, litigious neighbors.
"The owner has decided not to build the house," said Mike Mafi of The Building Group Inc., the company that was designing and building the palace. "However, the plan of the house belongs to me and the architects."
Mafi told The Huffington Post on Wednesday afternoon that he's been contacted by a handful of Virginians who "love the house, and want to have this thing built." Some of these Virginians are even in Great Falls.
"This house will be built," Mafi said. "This time we're going to be careful and build on 10 or 20 acres."
For $8.750,000 this 25,000 square feet house at 576 Innsbruck Ave. in Great Falls, Va., could be yours. The house sits on 5 acres and has a swimming pool as well as a home theater, two offices, an exercise room, a wine cellar and a music room.
This seven-bedroom nine-bath house has eight fireplaces and a grand foyer with a two-story dual staircase, among other features. Located at 10010 High Hill Place in Great Falls, Va., it can be yours for $3.675 million.
Among this 12,065 square foot house's many attractions are its five-car garage wing and stone motor court with well-appointed staff quarters. The seven bedroom, 10 bath house at 10250 Akhtamar Drive in Great Falls, Va., can be yours for $6.5 million.
This 12,000 square foot house at 423 Seneca Road in Great Falls, Va., sits on .89 acres. The house features six fireplaces, a cinema, crystal chandeliers and marble flooring, and is on the market for $5.8 million.
The most attractive of this property's many attractive features is its 17 acres, containing a pool, tennis courts and lots of open space. The house, at 137 Commonage Drive in Great Falls, Va., is 7,691 square feet, and has its own attractive features -- among them a two-story great room with a fireplace and a sun room. The property is listed for $5.5 million.