By SHANTEÉ WOODARDS
The Dewberry sisters may have found the perfect place for their crafts, and it comes with 20 acres of land, several hot tubs and a 350-foot pier.
Of course, living in a multimillion-dollar estate comes at a price — currently set at $14.9 million. But the property will be auctioned next month, and since there is no reserve price the highest bidder will get the keys.
On March 15, bidders must have a $50,000 check to participate and be prepared to pay nearly $44,000 in annual property taxes.
“Everyone is attracted to it — what it is, where is it going ... it’s an
exceptional property, for sure,” said Bill Burris, who runs the Parole office of
Keller Williams Realty.
“I wish them a lot of luck with a $14.9 million (price). Whatever it does, it
tends to pull everyone up with it. There are very unique properties in that
Coldwell Banker Realtor Travis Gray agreed. His listings include a $3.65
million home in Severna Park and a $4.95 million property in the Wardour
neighborhood in Annapolis.
“The biggest challenge is that at this price point, there are no comps.
There’s nothing to set a precedent for (the Old County Road house),” Gray
“What we’re talking about once you get up to that price point is that it’s a
property so unique and so different. How do you compare 20 acres in Severna Park
on the Severn versus 2 acres in Annapolis on the other side of the Severn? ...
It’s so unique.”
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