Maryland sits on the Washington, D.C. border, and as such brings in many of the most incredible homes on the East Coast. From brick Colonials, to extravagant estates, to 27,000-square-foot chateaus, Maryland knows how to do luxury. Here are 10 fabulously expensive homes in the state.
Bethesda, Maryland, is home to Wolf Blitzer, Thomas Friedman, Mike Tyson and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, among others. As such, it has some of the most extravagant and beautiful houses on the East Coast. 5517 Pembroke Road is no exception, coming in at a cool $15.95 million. The house has six bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and sits on over 20,000 square-feet.
Have $59,000 for a monthly mortgage? Then you’re in luck. 725 Lands End Road is available, along with its 973 acres and 14,000-square-foot historic home. The spot includes three guest houses, a pool, tennis, multiple barns, full skeet range, and much more. Quick math tells us the asking price is $15.1 million.
What will your new $10.28 million inheritance get you? How about a nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom, 27,256-square-foot chateau? Enjoy a two-story library, cinema, elevator, and four levels of pure awesome.
1800 Holly Beach Farm Road in Annapolis is a turn-of-the-century, all-brick Georgian colonial with a completely renovated interior. For $10 million, this waterfront estate can be yours.
Ready to spend but don’t quite have $10 million? How about a $9.945 million, three-bedroom, six-bathroom estate with five separate parcels, boat house, and two-acre pond? Yeah. We thought you’d like that.
$9.77 million will buy you this exquisite seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom estate, sitting on almost 10,000 square-feet. The home comes with two parcels with over 18.5 acres between them. Enjoy your new three-bay carriage house, two guest houses, pool house, potting shed, water docks, and more.
This seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom house sits on over 15,000 square-feet and over two acres. The home comes with a built-in gourmet kitchen, theatre, bowling alley, and more.
This home is referred to as a “Hunting Creek Farm,” built to highlight its abundant waterfowl and other wildlife. You’re moments away from the Easton airport and situated on a wonderland.
History lovers will love this historic plantation. Built in 1800, the plantation sits on 177 acres on the Wye River and includes three separate parcels, boat house, dock, pool, and much more.
The last home on this list is a gorgeous seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom estate, built in the mid-1700s and on the market for $7.2 million. Known as “Stone Hall,” this is one of Maryland’s most incredible estates, situated on 78 acres of beautiful land. Truly, it needs to be seen to be believed.