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$5 Million and Up: Expensive Homes in Northern Virginia

Nobody won Saturday's Powerball jackpot, but here are some of the homes in Northern Virginia you could buy if you won—including one here in Occoquan.

Nobody won the national Powerball jackpot this weekend, so the prize will build to a record-breaking $425 million for the next drawing, on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The estimated cash value will be $278.3 million.

Saturday’s drawing did yield one $1 million winner in Virginia. The winning numbers for the Saturday, Nov. 24 drawing were: 22, 32, 37, 44, 50. The powerball was 34. 

With hundreds of millions on the line this week, Patch presents just a few of the most expensive homes for sale right now in Northern Virginia. All are listed at $5 million or more.

11107 Gunston Rd., Lorton: Listed at $6.5 million, this home has 6 bedrooms (three are master bedroom suites facing the water), 9 baths, a gated entry, a private beach with a dock, a home gym, theater and more. See photos here.

105 Poplar Lane, Occoquan: Listed at $5.4 million, this home has 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a private gazebo and dock, an eight-car garage and an elevator. See photos here.

415 Wolfe St., Alexandria: Listed at $5.85 million, this is a fully renovated period estate with 11 fireplaces, a media room, a library, gourmet kitchen and a carriage house. See photos here.

1288 Ballantrae Farm Rd., McLean: Listed at $11.5 million, this 1925 home is on approximately 6 acres of land and has two guest houses. It also includes a pool, tennis court and koi pond. See photos here.

1005 Founders Ridge Lane, McLean: Listed at $14.9 million, this home includes an indoor pool, indoor basketball/racquetball court, luxury theater, nanny quarters and more. See photos here.

In the market for a more reasonably priced home? Check out Lake Ridge Patch's real estate section here, or Woodbridge Patch's real estate section here, or Dale City Patch's real estate section here.

Lizzie M. Johnson November 26, 2012 at 09:43 PM
What happened, they are all on sale ? Is it that the owners could not afford them?
Jac Mittens November 27, 2012 at 10:23 AM
The home in Lorton and the two are McLean are awesome.
Connie Moser November 27, 2012 at 12:22 PM
I used the mortgage calculator offered in the listing for the Gunston Road home. If I did the math correctly, you need a minimum of 1.4 million down payment and then, 30 year fixed rate monthly mortgage payments of $27.000.00 a month! That means the total cost of the home would be 8.1 million. The interest payments are about equal to the down payment, so you would effectively be paying 1.4 million just to borrow the money! That also would not include any maintenance required over 30 years, like replacing a roof, appliances, HVAC, etc. I vote that our editor, Rachel Leon, keep an eye on this property and let us know when it's sold and who bought it :-) $27,000 a month! That's just a little less than I paid for my first home :-)

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