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Profits from $3.5M Potomac Manse to Fund School in India

Founder of Classic Homes Prem Puri has built more than 1,000 homes in Northern Virginia, but recently he's set his sights on building one home a year with each newly built abode funding a school in India. The Washington Post reported that Puri has built five homes so far with each funding the DD Puri Foundation, a foundation that contributes money to India's Patiala School for the Deaf and Blind. Profits from Puri's homes also fund scholarships for refugees from East Africa. This $3.595 million home is one of his India-funding abodes, a mansion located in Potomac Maryland's Falconhurst community. With roughly 11,500-square-feet of space, it offers two master suites, a wine cellar, media room, and exercise room. In the rear of the listing, there is a sandstone patio with a fireplace and cooking space. Other highlights include a wet bar, elevator, and a four-car garage. Take a look inside the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home with the below photo gallery.


· 9704 Spicewood Lane [Redfin]
· Potomac luxury home helps fund school in India [The Washington Post]