3D tour: A look inside the late AOL co-founder’s $63M estate

New York Weekend Edition /
Jul.July 07, 2018 03:00 PM

(Credit: Sotheby’s)

The late Jim Kimsey’s sprawling estate is the most expensive Washington D.C.-area home to ever hit the market and now you can tour it from the comfort of the couch.

Kimsey, who co-founded AOL and died in 2016, built the 48,900-square-foot residence and its 30-car garage after he bought the property in 1999 for $7.6 million, according to the Washington Post. The property is known as “The Falls,” for its perch above Great Falls Park and the Potomac River. Adjacent to Kimsey’s custom-built home, there is a guest house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1959.

Sotheby’s Russell Firestone III is handling the $62.95 million listing, which includes a Matterport 3D tour of both Kimsey’s main house and FLW’s home. [WP]Erin Hudson


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