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$5M Bethesda Beauty Takes 50 Shades of Grey Very Seriously

Light grey, dark grey, greenish grey, goldish grey—every possible grey imaginable all in one Bethesda single-family home. While the color, grey, may not seem like the most exhilarating color imaginable, it may be one of the most popular. The Washington, D.C. market is never short of listings that parade around in as many shades of grey possible. Regardless of whether or not that has anything to do with E. L. James' hot and steamy novel is besides the case. The color is classic, refined, and sophisticated, and this listing proves that it can also be incredibly luxurious. This single-family home was last sold in 2012 for $1.695 million, but is back on the market after a total renovation for $4.995 million. Inside, you can find a private library, home office, gym, media room, and finished lower level. In the backyard, there is a spacious pool with a stone waterfall. If interested in taking a look inside this Bethesda beauty, check out the below photo gallery.


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