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Inside Montgomery County's Most Expensive Home

Wine cellar, basketball court, and "Hunt Room" included

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With an asking price of $18 million, this 20,263-square-foot single-family home has landed on the Maryland market as the most expensive listing in Montgomery County. UrbanTurf reported that architect Glenn Fong and interior designer Barry Dixon assisted the unnamed local developer who built the home for him or herself. The property was constructed in 2005 and features six bedrooms and a whopping 13 bathrooms.

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In each room, the ceilings are ornate and molded, coffered, and sometimes even beamed. There are multiple fireplaces throughout. In this bedroom in particular, there is a spacious walk-in closet with a window seat and an en-suite bathroom with a freestanding tub. In case the homeowners have a guest, they can stay in a separate apartment.

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Overall, each room is pretty classy and modern, but sometimes it can get a little out there. Above, you can see the "Hunt Room," filled to the brim with taxidermied animals.

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What will really impress homebuyers are amenities like the listing's indoor basketball court. There is also a library, media room, and wine cellar. For those homebuyers who enjoy having many guests stay over, there is enough room for 11 cars thanks to eight garages across the 1.42-acre property.

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5517 Pembroke Road [HomeVisit]