Want to live in the real house of The Real Housewives of DC star Mary Amons? As it turns out, the 5,450-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-and-one-half-bath home isn't in DC proper after all, but the nearby town of McLean, VA, and it's on the market for $2.35 million.
In addition to a biometric walk-in closet fingerprint lock, the house has exquisite moldings, an oversize kitchen island, three fireplaces, a private deck, a sunroom, a loft, a stone patio, a four-car garage, and lots of natural light.
With great bones and sophisticated décor, the interior of the Amons home is surprisingly impressive; there's not much I would change at all. Unfortunately, the exterior is a bit of a neo-Colonial, McMansion eyesore. According to the listing, it's located in "coveted Langley Farms," which I can only assume is a nouveau riche subdivision. Take a look at the photos and tell me what you think!