Filed under: Estates
One of the stateliest homes in Maryland recently hit the market. Bracebridge Hall is a brick Georgian created in 1990 by architect David Easton. The home is 38,000 square feet of elegant style. This home is located on an impressive 557 acres of countryside with around one mile of shoreline on tributaries of Chesapeake Bay. This home includes a stately columned center hall, a large living room with a coffered ceiling and views to the river. The dining room has an Asian-design mural and the paneled library includes a corner fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass doors with access to terrace.
The home has eight bedrooms including a master suite that has a fireplace and a marble bath with a whirlpool as well as a steam shower. The kitchen is designed for entertaining with commercial appliances and a center island with six workstations. The lower level of the home includes a billiards room, sitting room and mechanical rooms including four back-up generating systems. There is also a barn on the property as well as a two two-story Williamsburg Colonial style homes. Perhaps the strangest room on the entire estate is the conference room, a round room with a domed ceiling that is currently home to a massive boardroom table. Bracebridge Hall is listed at $34.5 million. After the jump, you could rule the world from your own home.