Location: 9005 Durham Drive, Potomac, MD

Square Footage: 33,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 1o bedrooms & 15 bathrooms:

Price: $18,000,000

There are now over 100 photos available of this newly built stone mega mansion located at 9005 Durham Drive in Potomac, MD. It is situated on 6.3 acres and was built by Niroo Masterpieces, who have constructed a handful of large homes in the Potomac area. It boasts 22,000 square feet of living space above ground and 11,000 square feet on the lower level. It features 10 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, double marble staircase, 2 elevators, 2-story tiger wood paneled library , 5-car garage, large terrace and much much more.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Farid for the tip!

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  • Mak

    Can’t see these pics either.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well hallelujah, I’m able to comment again. If the fix was your doing, Kenny, thank you. It’s been far too long.

    As for the house…the quality looks to be there, but this place doesn’t do anything for me. I wasn’t a huge fan of Niroo before, and this place doesn’t change that. It’s clearly a blank slate as far as decorating goes, but I’m sure it’ll go whole-hog gaudy and obscene as soon as the first owners get their mitts on it. Which could be a while, because this has white elephant written all over it. I guess finishing the bathrooms is up to the buyer? That unfinished section of banister in the second floor of the study is off-putting too. I dunno, it’s impressive for the sheer size, but honestly my favorite thing about this property is the size of the lot, not any characteristic of the home itself.




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  • Sam

    As far a Potomac mansions go its nice to see one with attention to detail, the quality of the build looks a lot better than I expected.




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  • Teddi

    It’s big, and the craftsmanship looks much better than most and there seems to be good attention to detail. I guess I’m just not in love.

    I’m sure the handscraped wood flooring is super expensive and rare, but whatever type of wood that is, I find it both distracting and unattractive. Not a big fan of any of the tiles used either, though I’m sure I’ll hear they’re imported from a quarry that people with money will find duly impressive.

    I appreciate the excellent work that went into that library, the detail on the coffered ceiling is stunning, but that’s the only room so far where I’ve used the word “wow”. I appreciate the 60″ Wolf range instead of the 48″ so many mansions choose to get instead. I love any builder that doesn’t skimp in the kitchen or closet. But I hate those types of floor tiles in a kitchen. They may be harder to slip on, but they’re also harder to clean. It’s not a floor you want spaghetti sauce or blueberries to fall on.

    I’m sure once some of the walls aren’t ALL porcelain white, chandeliers are hung and tasteful decor is done, it will be a lovely. But right now I’m getting a sterile feeling from it.
    I’m seeing an impressive house. Not a one-of-a-kind home. And I think that’s what they were going for.




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  • Chase

    Has a Landry feel to it.




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  • Titan Paul

    Are there any floor plans for this property out there for viewing? Thanks! Love to see the master bedroom baths and dressing rooms! Wine cellar! Basketball court! Indoor pool if any? Home Theater!




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  • Cheryl Young

    I am trying to find the 100 more photo’s associated with 9005 Durham Dr., Potomac,MD. 20854.. Can you please send them to my e-mail address (cyl09.talk@gmail.com), as I am interested in the house and would like to see them as soon as possible.

    It would be nice and I would appreciate it if, you could send all of them to me again, so that I can review them in their proper order.

    I look forward to hearing from you very soon; as I sincerely thank you for all of your help in advance.

    Cheryl Young




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  • Homowner

    STILL not sold almost 4 years later and $10 MILLION less !!!! Perhaps they should finish the grounds- pool, pool house, patio, landscaping, etc. I think Niroo’s style is a bit over the top for the more conservative tastes of the greater DC area. They had another house that took years to sell. If they shop it internationally they should find a buyer.




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