Million Dollar Home Up For Auction On Eastern Shore
BALTIMORE (WJZ)– If you are in the market for a mansion on the eastern shore Listen up. An absolute auction for the property is this Saturday.
Tracey Leong has a sneak peek of what you can expect.
Panoramic views of the shoreline and plenty of privacy are just a couple highlights for the Queenstown mansion.
It’s worth an estimated $ 7 million but with an absolute auction it goes to the highest bidder.
The Penderyn waterfront estate located at 300 WYE Narrows Drive could be yours on Saturday.
“It’s up to the buyer to determine what they want to pay,” said Carol Snyder of De Caro Real Estate Auctions.
The enormous property comes with a 60 foot hallway leading to a formal dining hall that can seat close to two dozen and a a chandelier.
” It was built in the 80’s so it has a lot of technology and current things you would want in a home so you get this amazing feeling of grandour and opulence but with a feeling of home,” said Snyder.
The Georgian style home has 8 luxurious bedrooms, each with a fireplace and private bathroom.
The kitchen has several fridges and a state of the art AGA oven worth up to $30,000. In addition to the spectacular 22,000 square foot home, there is also more than 2,000 feet of waterfront on the Wye River.
The home sits on an 18 acre peninsula giving you plenty of privacy from neighbors across the water, As well as an in ground pool and large patio.
“So stepping out onto the property there is obvious space for entertaining, one of the largest patios I am aware of for a property around here,” Synder said.
The home can be used as a vacation spot or primary residence and if you’re wondering how you’ll ever furnish such a home, the furniture is also available to the highest bidder.
An interesting fact, the home was actually built for the Famous Chef Boyardee family in the 80’s and then sold to the current owners in 1999. The home is so spacious, we didn’t even have time to see every room. But it’s worth checking out if you’re in the market.
There is no minimum, and bidding could start as low as one dollar.
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