This week's featured home is an unbelievable Tudor home on 7.25 acres in Annapolis. Enjoy life on the beautiful South River on this luxurious property that truly has it all.

Built in just 1998 in the classic English Tudor style, this sprawling home combines the best of the old with the new. Antique fireplace mantels from the 1600s and the judicious use of warm timbers impart a sense of quiet dignity throughout the main house.


The receiving rooms are perfect for entertaining, and the flow of the house leads seamlessly from one gorgeous space to the next.

dining room

living room

breakfast nook

The kitchen looks like it came straight out of a decorating magazine. Every appliance you could ever need is there, nestled in custom cabinetry. The custom brick surround on that range is simply stunning.


Upstairs, the bedrooms are just as spacious as you'd expect them to be. I hope you like antiquing – you're going to need some new pieces to fill all of these rooms!


What grand estate is complete without a pool? This one has an unobstructed view of the South River and a hardscaped deck for lounging.


Your visitors will love the privacy of the charming guest house. You could even use it as an amazing home office!

guest house

guest house

Last but certainly not least, there are many ways to keep yourself entertained. You can always retreat to your own court if you fancy a game of tennis. If it's a movie you'd prefer, then simply pop one in down in your home theater room.

tennis court

home theater

Can you imagine yourself in this beautiful riverfront estate? With nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a powder room, you have more than enough space for your own family and houseguests.

This lovely home is located at 869 Childs Point Road in Annapolis and is currently listed at $6,650,000 by TTR Sotheby's International Realty. Visit the original listing to schedule a viewing or make inquiries.

house facade

**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

What would you do to make this Tudor manor house your own? Install a massive library? Add a greenhouse out back? Let us know in the comments!