Introducing 24101 Deep Neck Road Royal Oak, Maryland 21662
This incomparable, captivating waterfront estate was meticulously designed by award-winning architect, David Ambern in collaboration with internationally distinguished landscaper, Oehem van Sweden to present the pinnacle of luxury Eastern Shore living in prestigious Royal Oak.
Thoughtfully located on 16 acres overlooking Irish Creek River, this was one of the last residences designed by Ambern, finishing a career of achievements that included serving as a member of the Philadelphia Historical Commission.
Created for living and entertaining, this unique masterpiece home exhibits an impeccable flow and seamless blending of indoor and outdoor spaces. The entire residence was designed and built to the highest commercial standards with internationally sourced materials.
Functional, elegant and exquisitely crafted with stunning custom interior fixtures selected from designers throughout the globe, warmth and sophistication are partnered with extraordinary materials.
The home is illuminated by large walls of glass providing open-water views of majestic sunrise and sunsets. The comprehensive landscape plan promotes enjoyment of the outdoor experience as much as the indoor, as the remarkable living quarters converge with picturesque grounds on the private point with pier and dock to deep water and dual boat lifts.
A central open floor plan features the refined custom Arclenea gourmet kitchen with professional appliances including Sub-Zero, Meile, and Wolf. Privacy abounds with five en-suite bedrooms with attached baths, and a master suite secluded in its own wing.
The Eastern Shore is a uniquely ideal area for boating, taking in nature, and discovering local history. In addition, the current homeowners have enjoyed the numerous artist events available locally, including those at The Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland. Recognized as one of the finest small museums in the United States, it is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
Robin Swirzenbaum, current homeowner, recommends the upcoming lecture from renowned jeweler Bruce Metacalf on October 18th, and the upcoming Preview Event for the Craft Show “Dazzled” on October 19th. “The museum offers an array of art courses keeping residents very creative!’” says Switzenbaum.
To learn more about this unique property and schedule a private tour, contact Adam Light.
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