July 9, 2020

16,000 Square Foot French-Inspired Stone New Build In Potomac, MD


9305 Inglewood Court in Potomac, MD is stately French-inspired new build that is situated on just two acres of land backing to towering trees for immense privacy. Meticulously constructed by ALM Builders, the four-sides stone residence boasts a combination of Old World craftsmanship on the outside and high-tech modern on the inside; it is imposing, yet inviting and fit for grand-scale entertaining.

It features approximately 16,557 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, eight full and two half bathrooms, two-story foyer and separate stair hall with floating double staircase, an elevator, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, a breakfast room, two-story family room with fireplace, rear staircase, two-story wood paneled library/home office with spiral staircase, a three-car garage, and more. The expansive walk out lower level includes a wet bar, wine cellar, two lounges with fireplaces, a 13-seat home theater, swimming pool with spa, an exercise room with steam shower and sauna, a safe room, and a subterranean 12-car garage. Outdoor features include two gated entrances, motor court, fountain, open and covered terraces, BBQ kitchen, fireplace, and a fire pit.



























YEAR BUILT: 2020

SQUARE FEET: 16,557

BEDROOMS: 6

BATHROOMS: 8 full, 2 half

LIST PRICE: $22,500,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Fouad Talout of Long & Foster Real Estate

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1 comment:

  1. Magnificent architecture outside, but the interior is decidedly, almost annoyingly feminine. And leaving the outdoor kitchen and fireplace exposed to the elements instead of locating them under roof in a loggia or covered terrace was a really bad call. There's lots of inclement weather the whole year 'round in Maryland, and not being able to BBQ on a rainy day is a compromise nobody spending $22+ million should ever have to make. At this price, every conceivable need should be anticipated and accommodated. How else would you define "luxury" real estate?

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