The Most Expensive Homes in Maryland!

Hey everyone! How’s your week going so far? I’m back with my Most Expensive Homes series and this week I’m featuring the fanciest properties in Maryland! Let’s take a look at the homes of the rich and famous in the Old Line State, shall we?

Homes for sale in Maryland

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Currently, the third most expensive property in Maryland is 10501 Chapel Rd in Potomac, MD. Constructed in 2009, this estate is priced at $10,000,000, where you’re free to roam around 25,000 square feet of land. With 9 beds and 16 bathrooms, you’ll be living in the suburbs of Washington DC and pampered with the latest state-of-the-art amenities and classic architectural design. With its own pool, sauna, and elevator, you’ll receive nothing but fancy treatment here!

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#2 on the list is 938 Old County Rd in Severna Park, MD. You can have this 10-bedroom, 17-bath home for $19,500,000! Stretching to over 20 acres, this property has the feel of a warm, inviting home with the grandeur of an estate. The main residence includes a library, fitness room, home theater, wine cellar, elevator and two 3-car garages. Many parts of the home use materials all the way from France, some even dating back to the 18th century! Fancy that!

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And the one that takes the cake is an undisclosed address in Annapolis, MD! Priced at a jaw-dropping $32,000,000, this 10-bed 15-bath home is currently the most expensive home in all of Maryland. It was formerly a monastery, but today it’s a residence with its own ballroom, conservatory, a 60-foot infinity edge pool, a private boat dock and even a secret vault! Sounds like something out of a James Bond movie!

Homes for sale in Maryland

To check out the top 10 most expensive homes in MD, feel free to browse through the rest of the list here.

Enjoy the rest of the week, everyone!

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