Real Estate

This contemporary Va. house has a wall of windows

The contemporary house at 6304 Old Dominion Dr. in suburban McLean, Va., was designed, according to architect Jihyon Kim, to emulate the penthouse of a high-rise apartment building. Outside, it has a wall of windows, bursts of color and a long, flat roof suitable for dance parties. Inside, the open-concept main level has almost no interior walls and two sets of floating stairs. Take a look inside and outside.

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Space for a family room has a fireplace.

The kitchen, on the open-concept main level, has a large island with seating and a sink. The main level also has almost no interior walls and two sets of floating stairs.

A second-level hallway has floor-to-ceiling windows, part of the wall of windows on one side of the house.

The primary bedroom suite has a big walk-in closet.

A view of bathroom with a backlit mirror.

A curved stairway leads from the second level to a vestibule that has access to the roof.

The primary bedroom has wood-paneled walls.

The property has a tiered lawn.

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