A chateau-style home set within a one-hour drive to the nation’s capital is eyeing a $15.9 million sale — and has all the goods to deliver.
The sprawling property is nestled on the banks of the Severn River at 938 Old County Rd — which is only 10 minutes from Annapolis — and comes with 900 feet of waterfront, a 350-foot pier, a majestic main residence, and a 6,000-square-foot guest house.
When it last sold back in 2014, the property nabbed one of the Top 10 spots in a Washington Post ranking of the most expensive homes sold in the D.C. area that year. And it’s easy to see why.
The property, which is currently listed with Day Weitzman of Coldwell Banker Realty (the Annapolis Church Circle office) for a whopping $15,900,000, is anchored by a stately French-inspired main residence.
Built in 2002, the palatial house boasts 16,621 square feet of luxuriously appointed living space, including a family room with stone fireplace, billiards room and bar, stone wine cellar and tasting room, media room, home gym with full bath and sauna, and a full bedroom suite.
It has a total of 6 bedrooms, 8 full baths, and 3 half baths, and includes a separate wing with an art studio/craft room and a motor court with two three-car garages.
But words may fail to express the grandeur of this estate, so we’ll let the property photos do the talking:
Impressive as the palatial main residence might be, the neighboring guest house is a million-dollar home all by itself.
Offering a generous 6,000 square feet of living space, the guest house faces the pool and comes with a covered veranda, outdoor fireplace and bar, gazebo, and views of the water.
A breezeway connects the guest house to a charming adjacent carriage house that has a three-car garage.
The gated compound spans 20 acres, with its lush grounds opening to a 900-foot shoreline on the Severn River, where a 350-foot pier offers six boat slips and two boat lifts.
And if you’re thinking that there’s no way such an impressive property wouldn’t have a famous owner, well, you wouldn’t be far off.
While we don’t know who the current owner is, prior to its last sale in 2014 the compound was owned by former AOL executive, Martin Fisher, and his wife Georgie.
The property also sits two doors down from a home actor Kevin Spacey rented during the filming of House of Cards.
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