Today, Long & Foster listed this eight-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bath Kent Island home, which they called “The Grand Manor at Bridgeview.” The 23,000-square-foot home sits on 16 acres of waterfront land and has commanding views of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Inside, there’s a theater, video game room, wet bar, gym, massage room, and a mahogany-walled elevator. Outside? A shooting range, gazebo with a kitchen, boat and jet-ski lifts at a private pier, pool, and garage parking for 25 cars.
According to Maryland property records, the home is owned by Gary and Sonia Mangum, owners of Bell Nursery, a flower-growing company that supplies Home Depot. The Magnums bought the property in 2006 for $2.7 million and built the current house in 2010. It’s assessed for $5.4 million.
Keep reading for a peek at the home, then head here for the full tour and complete details.