The Penderyn Estate—a 22,500-square-foot pink, palatial home—seems to have been taken from the picturesque pages of a fairytale set in the English countryside.
Poised on an 18-acre peninsula in Queenstown, Maryland and overlooking more than 2,000 feet of pristine shoreline, the posh brick residence—which boasts eight bedrooms and 12 baths—was originally built for Mario J. Boiardi, best known as the son of “Chef Boyardee.”
Embellished with gold and floral print accents, spiraling metal staircases, and pastel-colored wallpaper, the elegant home—which generates a sophisticated, upscale vibe—features a 22-seat formal dining room, a living room complete with a 17th Century limestone fireplace,11 wood-burning fireplaces, private balconies, and a conservatory.
In addition, the stately house—situated approximately an hour-drive away from Baltimore—includes an in-law wing, caretaker’s quarters, numerous gardens, a pool, a personal sauna, and a billiards room, as well as an attached heated garage with parking for four cars. A 157-foot dock outfitted with 11 slips located on a neighboring lot is also available for purchase.
Previously listed by former Nextel Commmunications owner and media mogul Morgan O’Brien for $29 million, the opulent property will be auctioned off by DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions this coming Saturday, July 19th, at 11:00 am.
To view the property’s full listing, click here.