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I’m sure all of you are aware of this 25,000 square foot home by now. It is located at 10501 Chapel Road in Potomac, MD and was designed by renowned architect Jon Neufeld. It hit the market back in July of last year with an asking price of $15,000,000 and was still under construction at the time. It was then taken off  the market and re-listed 4 months later with the same asking price. Well, the home just hit the market again with a reduced price of $12,500,000, which currently makes it most expensive home on the market in Potomac. The home boasts a motor court with fountain, 4+ car garage, 9 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, massive foyer with dual staircases, a grand salon with 16 ft. ceilings, 2 dining rooms, 3 kitchens, mahogany library, a home theater, an indoor spa, staff quarters, lower level recreational room with fireplace and bar, expansive terraces, loggia, cabana, outdoor swimming pool and much more. I find the master bathrooms/closets and the lower level very disappointing.

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  • Grrrowler

    Gilding should either be very subtle (like in a few accent pieces) or totally over the top (think Amalienburg) to be effective. This house has just enough gilded work to make it look tacky.

    I’m not a fan of the house overall, but I agree with Kenny that the lower level and the master closets are especially lackluster. I have to say that the outside is also really boring.




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    • Daniel

      You read my mind with the gold gilt. Much too much.

      Not really a fan of the home, kinda ho hum. I do like the entry foyer’s floor medallion though.




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  • george

    Based on the preceding and following listings my guess is if they get any offers over 6.5 mil , they should take it.




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    • george

      And the NJ house for 68 mil , 22mil at best




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  • Tay

    Yeah this place looks more like a mcmansion than a mansion…




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  • kieran

    I love this




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