This $4.5 Million Maryland Mansion Has a Vintage Small Town in the Basement


Have you ever dreamed of having your own private getaway? Maybe even your own quaint town that looks like something out of a Norman Rockwell painting? Well, for $4.5 million you can have it all -- and you don't even need to leave the comfort of your own home to visit.

That's right. This Potomac, Maryland mansion has an entire town, complete with storefronts and a vintage buggy, in the basement.

The home went viral on social media when Twitter user Jason Shevrin shared photos of its truly unique basement, which is designed to look like a small town Main Street.


The basement features signs for a post office and a movie theater. Notice the double feature for Mary Poppins and The Exorcist (an interesting combo). Gotta love the attention to detail.

A staircase leads down to a cobblestone street featuring a Christmas tree.

There's even room for multiple classic vehicles.



There's even a cozy cafe and a makeshift pub with a pool table.


The rest of the house is equally extravagant. The 12,089 square foot mansion has 7 bedrooms and 8.5 baths and sits on a 4 acre lot with a tennis court and heated pool.

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