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DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions Announces Absolute Auction on June 21st for Exclusive Ellicott City, Maryland Estate

17,000-SF Mansion on 7.12-Acre Property to Be Sold to Highest Bidder Without Reserve

ELLICOTT CITY, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions has announced an absolute auction on June 21, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. for 11743 Springhaven Court, a 17,000-square-foot home built on 7.12 acres of gated land in Ellicott City, Maryland. The six-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom luxury estate will sell to the highest bidder without reserve on auction day.

"The attention to detail, quality of construction and luxurious finishes of this stunning estate are unparalleled. The auction for 11743 Springhaven Court is a fleeting opportunity to purchase in a very elite community of Ellicott City, Maryland -- one of the best luxury real estate markets on the East Coast," said Daniel DeCaro, DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions Founder and Auctioneer. "The home is ideal for pro-athletes in the Baltimore and D.C. areas, too. Four major stadiums are located thirty to forty minutes from the estate, which has a tennis and basketball court in the backyard and an in-home training gym."

The six-bed, 8.5-bath estate boasts three fireplaces, two gourmet kitchens in the main house, several dining and living areas, a home theatre, a media room with a full bar, a wine room with built-in storage and a sun room leading to a glass-enclosed, tile patio that creates a unique indoor/outdoor space perfect for entertaining or lounging.

On the home's first floor, the master kitchen features dark walnut cabinets, a triple-divided sink, two Sub Zero refrigerators separated by a sleek wine chiller, and a large island with granite countertops. The island includes a breakfast bar with stool seating and a conjoined wet bar with a six-burner gas cooktop and a stainless steel double oven. The estate's master bedroom is also on the first floor and features a fireplace, oversized walk-in closets and a master bathroom with spa-like finishes that include a tiled, walk-up soaking tub and dual vanities with marble countertops and striking vessel sinks.

On the second floor, four bedroom suites feature walk-in closets, private dressing rooms and en-suite bathrooms with his and her vanity sinks, large soaking tubs and separate showers. Two of the bedroom suites also boast wood-beamed cathedral ceilings.

At the rear entrance of the home a two-story window wall and French-style glass doors overlook the sprawling backyard. The impressive grounds include two heated swimming pools that are tiered to create a cascading waterfall; a hot tub; a cabana-style pool house; a gazebo with an outdoor kitchen and bar; and regulation size tennis/basketball courts.

Other amenities at 11743 Springhaven Court include a fully-equipped home gym, a spa-quality sauna, zoned heating, central air conditioning, and a LiteTouch© security, fire detection and lighting system that can be controlled remotely with a smartphone. The estate also has a separate in-law suite and an attached, heated garage with parking for three cars.

Ideally situated 40 minutes from Baltimore and an hour outside of Washington, D.C., 11743 Springhaven Court is located in the prestigious Farside neighborhood of Ellicott City. Ellicott City, Maryland is the third wealthiest county in the United States according to the U.S. Census Bureau and one of the "20 Best Places to Live in the United States" as ranked four years in a row by CNN Money.

The estate is open for prospective buyers to view on Saturdays and Sundays, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. beginning Saturday, May 31, 2014. The last scheduled open house will be held the day before the auction on Friday, June 20, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The estate may also be shown by private appointment by contacting DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions.

The absolute auction of this private estate will be held onsite at 11743 Springhaven Court in Ellicott City, Maryland on Saturday, June 21 at 11:00 a.m. Broker participation is invited.

For additional information about this luxury auction or to set up a private appointment to tour the home please call 1.800.332.3767 or visit www.DeCaroAuctions.com.

About DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions: Founded by Daniel DeCaro, a licensed real estate broker and luxury property auctioneer, DeCaro Luxury Real Estate Auctions has been auctioning luxury properties of distinction for more than 35 years. DeCaro has sold billions in luxury assets, executing flawless nationwide live auctions. DeCaro is the foremost leader and innovator in the field of auctioning luxury estates, yachts, and aircraft. For more information call 1.800.332.3767.

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