Asking price for Md. estate: $30 million
In the market for a 6,250-acre estate? A hedge-fund founder has listed his -- in Cambridge on the Eastern Shore -- for $30 million.
The house is a 14,000 square feet "lodge," with 11 bedrooms, 10-and-a-half bathrooms, several fireplaces and amenities ranging from a home theater to an indoor basketball court. The property also has a barn, stables and a "private lake," according to the Sotheby's listing. (The site helpfully lets you convert the asking price into anything from Aruban florins to Turkish liras.)
The guest living room has trees -- presumably not live -- along the walls, branches stretching up to the ceiling.
I don't normally blog about homes for sale, but then I don't normally see homes for sale with a $30 million asking price. And interior trees.