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Former ambassador’s mansion in Potomac asks $3.95M

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This residence is “fit for the King,” according to the listing

All photos via Moussa Moaadel, Inc.

Anyone interested in some luxury real estate? This nine-bedroom, 14-bathroom listing on a roughly two-acre lot just landed on the Potomac, Maryland market with a $3.95 million asking price.

The 1991-constructed abode was originally built for built for the late Lillian Somoza de Seville Sacasa, the daughter of Anastasio Somoza Garcia, who founded the Somoza dynasty. Garcia ruled from 1937 until 1956. Sacasa’s son was the one who built the house for his mother in 1991.

Along with a pool and limestone columns, the home also offers an abundance of other luxurious features, including multiple fireplaces, chandeliers, and a media center. There are also beamed ceilings, recessed lighting, and a spacious island in the kitchen.

8909 Harvest Square Court [Redfin]

[UPDATE: The name of the ambassador was added to this article, thanks to Redfin.]