Buckle up for this week's featured real estate listing!
This unique Maryland mansion is a stately seven-bedroom Colonial located on four acres in the suburban enclave of Potomac, Maryland. On top of all the usual luxury upgrades, you won't believe what it's hiding in the basement.
As soon as you walk in, you're surrounded by the cozy charm of the elegant receiving rooms. From the impressive foyer to the gourmet kitchen, you have everything you could ever want.
The bedroom suites are spacious, with plenty of nooks for lounging. Who doesn't love a fireplace in their en suite bath?
This is where it gets interesting. After dinner, head down to the basement and ...
That's right, it's your very own Main Street, complete with a paved road and working storefronts. Want a drink and a game of pool? Head to the pub!
Would you rather see a movie? Duck into the theater for a double feature!
The whimsical design of this unexpected feature lends itself to infinite possibilities. Style one of the rooms as a laundromat, complete with rolling carts and an arcade game in the corner. Stow a caterer's kitchen in a mock gourmet cheese shop. Can't you just see it now?
Outside, the rest of the property seems more like a resort than a private home. A sparkling pool is flanked by a spacious deck that leads to the requisite pool house.
Fancy a spot of tennis? Naturally, you have your own shady court.
Your out-of-town guests will love having their own cottage. It has a full kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living space and is far enough from the main house to have real privacy.
The selling points of this week's dream home are simply endless. You can find it at 11610 Highland Farm Road in Potomac. Washington Fine Properties has it listed for $4,500,000 right now; take a look at the listing to read more about this incredible Maryland estate.
**The photos in this article are courtesy of Washington Fine Properties.
What is your favorite thing about this week's featured listing? Is it the full Main Street setup in the basement, or the classic lines of this sprawling Colonial? Let us know in the comments!