May 11, 2020 | News | No Comments
HUNTINGTOWN, MD — The Calvert County 537-acre Chesapeake Bay waterfront estate of the late novelist Tom Clancy — famous for “The Hunt For Red October” and its successors that launched the character Jack Ryan — is up for sale. The property has a mile of water frontage and a 17,000-square foot main house with vaulted ceilings; it could be yours for $6.2 million, according to Realtor.com.
Peregrine Cliff, as Clancy named his estate, is being sold by his family following his death in 2013. Features include an underground gun range, sports field, guest houses and more. An attached indoor pool pavilion has a retractable roof, says the website of listing agent Angel Stevens, with Cummings & Co. Realtors.
Inside the home includes a professional office/library with vaulted wooden ceilings, and a built-in petrified wood writing desk. A security office, chef’s kitchen, fitness center, numerous decks, a three level elevator, two four-car garages are other features.
Additionally, the estate has a three-bedroom guest house, a 1000 square foot play house adjacent to the tennis courts, sports fields, a private beach and hundreds of acres of wooded seclusion. The property has 11 deeded lots so the estate may be subdivided. It is being sold as is.
This listing originally appeared on realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here.
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