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13312 Manor Stone Dr, Manor Stone, Darnestown, MD 20874
13312 Manor Stone Dr, Manor Stone, Darnestown, MD 20874
13312 Manor Stone Dr, Manor Stone, Darnestown, MD 20874
13312 Manor Stone Dr, Manor Stone, Darnestown, MD 20874

Price: $2,100,000
13312 Manor Stone Dr, Manor Stone, Darnestown, MD 20874

MLS #: MDMC732306
Tax ID #: 160601990973
Ownership Interest: Fee Simple
Structure Type: Detached
Levels/Stories: 2
Waterfront: No
Views: Lake, Trees/Woods
Garage: Yes
Beds: 4
Baths: 7
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 6,852 / Assessor
Price / Sq Ft: 306.48
Year Built: 1984
Property Condition: Excellent
Style: Colonial
Central Air: Yes
Basement: Yes

Public: Please See Video…Presenting one of River Roads greatest treasures, The Rive Gauche Estates located on Manor stone drive, built by Potomac’s well known, upscale builder Pat Cullinane. This Architecturally superb English Manor is situated on a pristine 5.2+/- acre lot with mature forest and a lake stocked with Largemouth bass and a friendly duck named Charlie. This home has been meticulously well cared for from floor to ceiling. The first floor caters to the view of the lake in the back of the house with large windows and 10ft ceilings. A two story library that is a replica from the film Our Fair Lady with a hand carved spiral staircase and two wet bars. The house is four bedrooms but could easily be six. The primary bedroom has all marble his and hers bathrooms. The basement has a full bar, walk-in wine cellar with doors opening out to a stone patio with a Jacuzzi and fire pit with a great view of the lake. This superior property’s description must include the professionally landscaped yard, the circular driveway with a clump of imported boxwoods in the center(Cullinane Specialty) and a attached two car side entry garage. There is a backup Generac generator which was professionally serviced this year. Only a 30 minute scenic commute from D.C. and moments from the C&O canal…..The current owners are members of Bretton Woods Country Club (located directly across the street) and will sponsor the new owners to become members.

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