Broadneck Mansion Listed for $32 Million by Sotheby's

In the affluent Broadneck area, Patch are the people you would go for real estate consultation. Patch gathers the details of latest homes listed in the market. They furnish updated information with additional photographs for potential customers. The sunny skies and pleasant weather also create the perfect atmosphere for prospective home buyers. Those who have waited for a mansion to buy in Broadneck, there is good news with an extraordinarily large house called Friary for $32 million, listed by ‘s Realty which is known for dealing luxurious homes of the country. The mansion is situated in the woods of Broadneck.

The property is in 23 acres of land overlooking River Servern is one of the classifiable estates. Once it was a residence of religious community which is now the most expensive home in the East Coast.

The twenty six thousand sq/ft home with eight bathrooms and seven bedrooms is a waterfront property. The brick structure with comfortable modern amenities offers accommodation for large scale events and entertainments. The spectacular structure offers eleven fireplaces, catering kitchen, wine cellar, family room, conservatory, big ballroom, a gourmet kitchen, indoor spa, game room and library as well as work shop, roof garden, 9 car garage, a secret vault, pool pavilion, tennis court, infinity edge pool, dock with boat lift. The additional constructions include guest house, carriage house, staff quarters, mechanical facilities, tea house and a gate house of three bedrooms. The old chapel was converted into dining room. Steve and Maxine Phillips are the owners for whom the house is too big as the children have moved out.

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