Whether "a pool room" for you means a billiards room or an indoor pool, this place has you covered.
This week's Maryland Mansions listing is a beautiful home on the Wye River. Providing 8,000 square feet of usable living space, two pools, an exercise room, a billiards room, four bedrooms, and more, this home has it all. The property at 328 Wye Harbor Dr., in Queenstown, MD, is listed by Long & Foster for $2,500,000.
As you'd expect, the front of this property is gated, and a long driveway leads to the home. There is parking on the circular end of the driveway as well as in an attached two-car garage.
The main entrance is breathtaking! One of the great things about this home is how much open space there is. Many of the rooms and areas are open to the floor below, giving most of the spaces a very open feel.
Abundant entertaining space includes a great room, a kitchen with an attached breakfast room, a family room, a dining room, and a game room.
The second level of the home is mostly bedrooms, and much of the footprint is open to the level below.
The office attached to the master suite includes a spiral staircase that leads up to the turret. The room at the top of the turret is rather small, but it provides incredible views. It also leads out to another balcony.
The recreational amenities are the jewels of the home for sure. There is not just one pool, but two! One of them is indoors so you can enjoy it no matter the temperature outside, and it features an attached hot tub and a slide. There is also a home-gym room off of the indoor pool area.
This asymmetrical pool provides a lovely focal point for the outdoor space, which includes plenty of lounging areas and an outdoor kitchen. Lavish and luxurious, this would be a great place for entertaining, or just enjoying some outdoor living.
Of course, this riverfront property also gives you the ability to enjoy recreational activities—from boating to fishing to lounging in the sun. You'll have your own small pier, as well as a private small section of beachy bliss.
*All images courtesy of Long & Foster
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