Live it up in this award-winning party house in the woods
Don't let the modern architecture and swanky design scheme fool you – this Owings Mills, Maryland party pad is rich with history and honors.
Originally designed in 1967 (and two years later clinching the title of Architectural Record 1969 House), the 3.75-acre property consists of two pavilions that have earned the home a whopping seven architectural awards post-renovation.
Take a look at this swanky pad below:
But perhaps the best feature of this home is what the current owners call the "Rumpus Room."
Yes, it's exactly what it sounds like.
The listing describes the room as:
"It's the most fun place in all of Baltimore. There is no better bar in the city, no better place to watch a movie or a sports event, and our mini table tennis stadium is a crowd pleaser for all ages."
If you're looking for a place where fun meets functionality, this property can be yours for a cool $2.4M.
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