Homebuyers have the opportunity to escape from the city and live in a Pasadena, Maryland home that is able to avoid detection from satellites. Annapolis architect Joseph Boggs designed the 8,500-square-foot home with a copper roof. According to Bob Pozgar, owner of the home and president of Windermere Group, the copper makes it so that satellites won’t be able to see inside.
The Maryland home was recently featured in The Washington Post. Kathy Orton, reporter and Web editor for the Real Estate section of The Washington Post, described the listing as being surrounded by 235 acres of parkland with a gated, half-mile driveway and a wide variety of birds nearby, such as ospreys, hawks, and red-throated loons.
Inside the four-bedroom, six-bathroom listing, there is an elevator that goes through all three levels of the residence. There is also hardwood flooring, wood paneling, multiple fireplaces, and coffered ceilings. Other highlights include an island in the kitchen, a walk-in closet, and a media room.
In the lower level, there is a mahogany bar that was imported from Britain and a Brunswick pool table, according to The Washington Post. Most of the furnishings are included with the listing. The buyer of this home will also have a swimming pool and a motorized boat lift that can accommodate a 26-foot fishing boat.
The asking price totals $4.25 million.