Built in 2000, designed by Rill and Decker Architects, this delightful New England-inspired home sits on a beautiful landscaped lot in the Merry Go Round Farm community in Potomac. A circular driveway leads to the impressive white frame home with stone foundation. The home's interior provides an open flow between living spaces, all with views of nature and access to the porches surrounding the home. The Main Level features a sumptuous Owner's Bedroom Suite, with large walk-in, accessorized closet and Owner's Bathroom. A beautiful Dining Room with French Doors to the front porch, opens to the Living Room at the heart of the home. The Living Room's stone fireplace adds warmth to the room, which opens to large screened porch overlooking the back yard. The Country Kitchen offers a large center isle with gas downdraft cooktop as well as a seating area, and includes an ample Breakfast Room. A Sun Room near the Kitchen provides lovely built-ins and a cozy space for reading or relaxing. A large Laundry/Mud Room provides a separate service/family entryway to the house. Upstairs, a large paneled Study with built-ins fills the need for a home office or additional family space. Three Bedrooms on the Upper Level are served by Two Full Baths, along with a large storage room (potentially a 4th Bedroom). Beautiful hardwood floors, thick moldings, lofty ceilings, recessed lighting and custom fixtures combine to make this home a delight. The Lower Level is fully finished with a large carpeted Recreation or Family Room, an additional Bedroom, Full Bath, and large storage room. An oversized two-car garage and large driveway provide for parking. The rear yard is large, private, backs to a community trail and may accommodate a swimming pool. Merry Go Round Farm is a wonderful community of 81 custom-built homes on 204 acres of land. The common grounds include an equestrian center with two well-maintained stables and ample pasture, miles of forest trails for hiking and riding, three small lakes, and several large rolling fields, perfect for picnics in warmer weather and cross-country skiing or sledding in the snow. Groundskeepers and barn staff live onsite and tend to the land and the horses under the direction of a Homeowners' Association, of which all the residents are members. Structural drawings showing floor plans are available.