Mansion Hunting In Northern Virginia

This past weekend I did a little house hunting just to see what I can get out there for the money that I can spend. Unfortunately this area is a very expensive one to live in, so a decent amount of money doesn’t really take you very far. I’ll have a post later on this week with the couple of houses I was looking at. While I was driving home, I happened to see a couple huge houses, and decided to look around the area to see what else I could find. Here’s a little gallery of what I found (these are all in the South Riding/Chantilly and Clifton, VA area, which makes the houses a lot more expensive than something you would find in a more rural location):

Northern Virginia Mansion
Gorgeous style house, and I love the deck over the garage! With a Mercedes, Lincoln Navigator, and a FJ Cruiser sitting outside, it makes you wonder what is in the garage.

Northern Virginia Mansion

Northern Virginia Mansion
This house has a 5-car garage! I didn’t get a good picture of it, but you can see the 2 car garage. There is also a 3-car garage attached to the left side of the house.

Northern Virginia Mansion
This wouldn’t be too shabby of a cul-de-sac to live on.

Northern Virginia Mansion

Northern Virginia Mansion

Northern Virginia Mansion
I didn’t get a picture of it, but this house had a guest house a few hundred yards from the house that was pretty big as well.

Northern Virginia Mansion
This was one of the smaller houses, but you can see how much it was for sale.

Northern Virginia Mansion

Northern Virginia Mansion
This picture does the house no justice, it is much larger than it looks. I will definitely be coming back in a couple of months to see how it progresses, but this was by far the biggest house of the day.

Northern Virginia Mansion
This house is hard to see due to all of the trees, but this was the 2nd largest house of the day. I believe it was either owned by or is still owned by an AOL exec. There is a separate ranch to the right that you can see in the next picture.

Northern Virginia Mansion
The ranch.

Northern Virginia Mansion
I missed the picture on the house, but you can tell by the gate that what’s behind there must be nice!

Northern Virginia Mansion
I used to have a twin turbo Nissan 350Z that I took some pictures of at this house. Here is one of the pictures from that day:

Twin turbo 350Z in front of a mansion

Northern Virginia Mansion
Nice fountain out front.

Northern Virginia Mansion
This had to be my favorite style house, even though it wasn’t the biggest. I love the modern look.

Northern Virginia Mansion
I had to take this picture while driving, so it’s not the best shot. What I did miss in the picture was the huge fountain that is behind the column in the middle of the picture. I’ll have to update this picture one of these days since it’s not too far from where I live.

Here’s a 3D map of the South Riding area where some of the monster houses are. If you scroll around there is much more to see.

I know there are plenty of places with much nicer houses, for example the Hamptons, but everybody likes to look at nice houses :mrgreen: Know of some nice ones? Post links to some pictures. If one of these pictures is your house, invite me for a tour!

If you’re looking for housing resources in northern Virginia, look no further! There are plenty of modular homes in Virginia on the market. These modular homes in VA are truly spectacular and a great deal on the housing marketplace. Visit the Virginia department of housing for more information.

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  • Wealth Building Lessons

    holy cow!
    in san diego, those would be $20 million dollar homes!

  • Tom

    A buddy of mine’s family is selling their home, it’s an awesome place. I don’t know anything about Virginia geography, but I think it’s in the Catlett area.

  • David Pitlyuk

    Tom: That is awesome place! I think anybody with a house that has the name “estate” in it has it pretty much made. What do they do?

    That’s about 15 miles away from me…So that area is a lot cheaper than some of the houses I posted. As you get closer to DC it can get way bigger and way more expensive than some of the stuff I posted. I’m thinking about going out again for some new stuff that blows these away.

  • Tom

    They own and operate a travel agency.

    It’s that close to you! Ha! That’s pretty cool. Swing by and tell them hi for me. Mention ITF and they might give you a glass of iced tea!

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  • Katie

    wow, I can’t believe you found my house!

  • donte

    omg i love houses 2 mayb we shold pair up and after u take the pictures i can draw them i am a really gud drawer and man i love houses just as much as u do

  • Margaretha Overstreet

    Here’s a fine old house, for sale, certainly more reasonable ($850K) than what you’ve been looking at, on the eastern outskirts of Harrisonburg, one of the hottest, fastest growing cities in Virginia, 1.5 hours southwest of Leesburg. Would make a perfect restaurant or house for young family who wants ponies. 5 stall pony barn and fenced in pastures.

    Email me at if you want more info.

    Another address for the house is

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  • shayeq

    omg dis is insane
    f**k der f***in gorgeous

  • sammy

    These mansions are so awsome, and cool. I wish I was Rich.

  • michael

    haha the 3rd one down is my house! creeperr!!

  • David Pitlyuk

    Michael – Cool :) Anything interesting in the garage?

  • michael

    BMW x3
    Audi A4
    Cadillac CTS
    Chevy silverado

  • Br1an

    Hey, these are the houses of the kids I went to high school with!

  • Chris

    That house where the AOL exec lives/lived, two houses down from that on the right, great big white house with a fountain in the front, used to be owned by Gary Clark, you played for the Redskins – but he has since moved on… I grew up right around the corner from those homes -

  • victoria

    wow thoese r so pretty i want one

  • http://google uniqua sapp

    my mansion is the brick one with the orange car thats me and my hubby car.

  • David Pitlyuk

    Ahh thanks for not yelling at me when I took a couple shots of my car there then :)

  • jelly

    lol i think its funny how u took pictures of ppls houses i mean imagine seeing ur house on the internet

  • Sheila Perry

    Please email to me more of your pictures of mansions. Thank you!

    These were great shots!

  • adriana

    omg!! in porterville that will b like 2o thousand bucks

  • Volleyball Player

    yes, that mantion is the owner of AOL. He is also a volleyball coach!! ive been in his house, its amazing!!! i’m sure my coach would not be happy too see this picture of his house on the internet…. creeper

  • Kittygirl933

    These houses aren’t even big!

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