Dibs.

The estate of novelist Tom Clancy is selling his Huntingtown, Maryland, waterfront mansion, and I couldn't be more sold (unless I actually had the $6.2 million to pay for it, I suppose).

The 537-acre property features a 17,000-square-foot main house with seven bedrooms, vaulted cedar ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, an elevator, and an indoor pool in a glass pavilion. The incredible Peregrine Cliff estate also includes a subterranean gun range, tennis courts, basketball courts, guest houses, one whole mile of waterfront, and stunning views of the Chesapeake Bay.

Built in 1989, the home is listed by Angel Stevens & Associates Realty.

"It is certainly one of the largest (if not the largest) waterfront lot in all of Maryland," Stevens told NBC Washington.

Clancy, who died in Baltimore in 2013, was the author of dozens of novels (mostly with espionage and military science-related plots), and he perhaps most famously created the Jack Ryan character and world, from which multiple books and movies were spurred. 

Courtesy of Angel Stevens & Associates

So, if living in this house and (more importantly) writing in this breathtaking library is what it took to make Clancy a successful author? I'm sooo there.

The property is located at 5000 Camp Kaufmann Road, in Huntingtown, Maryland. For the full listing, click here

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