There’s An Entire “Fake Town” In This Seemingly Normal Looking Mansion’s Basement And I Can’t Decide How I Feel About It

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Oh, look. It’s 11610 Highland Farm Road in Potomac, Maryland.


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It has seven bedrooms. Eleven bathrooms.


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A dining room that is bigger than my apartment.


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There are many living rooms that children definitely aren’t allowed in.


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It’s perfect for a lot of giant couches.


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A bedroom that looks straight out of a historical home you would visit in elementary school.


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There are 11 total fireplaces in the house — 11!


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There’s also a laundry room that is basically a laundromat.


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But there’s one part of the house that is *truly* bizarre but also very, very cool.

My friend found a listing for an otherwise normal mcmansion that seemingly has a little…. fake… town (?) in the basement

There is a random little town in the basement, complete with 15 “storefronts.”


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Fifteen storefronts!


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There’s a post office. There’s a movie theater.


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It’s currently playing a double feature of Mary Poppins and The Exorcist.


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It reminds me of a Small World or a tiny town in a Six Flags.


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I see a Santa Claus on a scooter and a massage parlor.


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Chic!


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It has cobblestone roads.


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Those are real, working vintage cars.


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It’s my 12-year-old and 32-year-old selves’ dream home.


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You can look at the listing here. If you have $4.5 million laying around, I HIGHLY recommend the purchase!






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