This French Country style mansion is located at 7224 Arrowood Road in Bethesda, MD. It was designed by acclaimed architect, Mark Sullenberger and constructed by award winning Sandy Spring Builders. It boasts 14,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It is listed at $8,000,000.

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A fabulous floor plan is introduced by an exciting Grand Foyer with double barreled ceiling and is ideal for both full scale entertaining and comfortable family living. From the sensational Grand Salon with two-story beamed cathedral ceiling to the spectacular gourmet chef’s Kitchen with fantastic two-tiered Center Island and stunning Breakfast Room to the incredible two-story English Library with unparalleled cherry millwork, this distinctive home is unsurpassed in its design, exceptional materials and expert workmanship. In addition to almost 14,000 square feet of unsurpassed interior finished space is an expansive 100 ft. outdoor entertaining Terrace with outdoor Kitchen facilities and fieldstone fish pond stocked with exotic Koi fish, Further enhancing the homes’ grand and broad appeal is a wonderful heated Pool, detached Pool House and six-car heated garages. Exquisitely sited on a private and sensational professionally landscaped level 1.25 acre lot with breathtaking exposures of the seventh hole of the Burning Tree Country Club golf course, this outstanding home is also located on Bethesda’s most distinguished and sought after street.

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  • Daniel

    I don’t like the way the front entrance is positioned exterior-wise. Looks like an afterthought. Interior isn’t bad, just a little sleepy. Price seems very optimistic.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is too busy. There are stone, brick, stucco, and wood elements and some of them, like the scattered shutters, seem random. The interior is actually pretty nice, at least most of it. It could be punched up a little bit to make it more interesting, but architecturally it’s got some nice features. The secondary bedrooms and bathrooms are way too plain and need lots of help.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Now THAT’S a photo gallery!

    I’m more pleased with the exterior than the interior. There is a lot going on with the facade, like Grrrowler said, but it doesn’t really bother me, I kind of like it. Inside is a little uninspired. The layout seems okay, if a little derivative, but the decor is extremely boring. Most of the home could use more color, and I’m particularly unimpressed with the secondary bathrooms, they don’t look like bathrooms you’d find in an $8 million home. The kitchen is pretty nice, but oddly, I think I most like that butler’s pantry/mudroom area, not sure why. One little detail that irks me is the double sink in one of the powder rooms. What the hell is the point? Unless there’s two toilets, that’s a pointless design feature.

    I don’t see anything wrong with the grounds, they look nice.

    Overall this place is okay, and could be better with some more inspired decorating. The price does seem on the optimistic side, but you are getting a lot of house in a very desirable DC suburb.




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