This Southampton style estate is located at 9009 Congressional Court in the Bradley Farms section of Potomac, MD. It was built in 2007 and boasts 19,250 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and tons of amenities including a home theater and indoor sports court. It is listed at $7,685,000.

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Reminiscent of a grand Southampton estate, 9009 Congressional Court was carefully designed by Jim Rill and built by Jeff Co. to exacting custom standards using the finest finishes and amenities available. The Main Level’s principal rooms include a large Study, banquet sized Dining Room, Living Room, Paneled Library, and a Great Room with Family Area and Breakfast Area. Also included is a large open Kitchen, incorporated into the entertaining area by a large island with ample seating; guests and chefs can share in the theater cooking experience by utilizing the state-of-art amenities and appliances fit for a world-class affair. The grand-but-welcoming dichotomy continues outside through French doors to an outdoor Family Room, reminiscent of a Colorado Ski Chalet, overlooking the level rear Garden complete with flagstone terraces bordering the rear of the residence and surrounding a large (22ft X 50ft) pool with fountains and spa. The Second Level of the residence hosts an exceptionally luxurious Master Suite, four additional Suites all individualized by their own special characteristics, Laundry Room and a Home Gym with full Bath and Sauna. The Third Level has a full Guest Suite with Family Room, a large Recreation Room and extra storage areas. The Lower Level is set up for informal entertaining with a large Recreation Room and full Bar, Game Room, multi-tiered Theater Room and huge indoor sport court with artificial turf. In addition to the attached side-loading three-car Garage, there is also a separate three-car Carriage House with pool utilities and second-floor apartment

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  • Daniel

    Ew. Just ew. Way too busy on the outside and inside. The wooden club room is the only room that looks nice. Everything else is just ‘blah.’

    And i don’t know about the street name…Congressional Court? Not as bad as John McCain Road but it ain’t exactly eloquent.




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  • Onions

    WOW!!! Finally a home where I hate every single aspect of!




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  • Al Robinson

    I’m not sure it’s all that bad. I would change some of the furniture, and remove that ugly carpet in the theater room.

    What I don’t get is why someone felt the need to create a Hamptons style home in Maryland?




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  • Michael

    It’s also funny because this house looks COMPLETELY out of place with the other homes on the street.




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  • lowlvlnoob

    I really like the exterior, but I agree that this style of architecture look out of place in Maryland.




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  • Nalin

    This house is ok, but the house just built across the street is truly amazing. I wish I had pictures




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  • CincyRob

    Aside from the home lacking a general design motif with the interior, I love it. Hamptons Shingle Style looks good all year round.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t know hot it fits into the neighborhood but looking at just the house I like the exterior. The shingle style is always a favorite of mine, and this one looks good. The interior: I like the bones of the house, but it needs a lot of work. I hate the furnishings, but strip out the furniture and curtains, and change some colors in some rooms, and it could be beautiful. The theater is terrible, and the dark ceiling in the great room doesn’t work at all. The kitchen cabinets are a very odd color. It has potential, but it desperately needs a skilled decorator.




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  • Oliver

    This house has some serious potential. I like the exterior alot. I especially like the bay on the third floor in the back. Or that it has a third floor in general. The idea of the loft in the second story bedroom is a pretty neat concept. The theatre just screams bland. Nice layout and floor plan but horrible interior decoration. I like the all wood library though and the indoor lacrosse court is a plus.




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