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This Week’s Find: Tom Clancy’s Massive Baltimore Penthouse

by Tianna Mañón

This Week's Find: Tom Clancy's Massive Baltimore Penthouse: Figure 1
The entire penthouse follows a while decorative theme.

The late Tom Clancy’s massive Baltimore penthouse has been listed for sale.

The 12,000 square-foot residence is actually the combination of four apartments at The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Baltimore that the acclaimed author and his wife purchased and made into one home.

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One of the home offices.

The penthouse consists of five bedrooms, two private offices, three private elevators, six terraces, a private gym, and an in-home theater. The living space has a decidedly white color scheme and one room flows right into another.

A Baltimore native, Clancy was an American novelist whose most famous works were turned into movies, including The Hunt For Red October, Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger. Clancy passed away at the end of 2013.

This Week's Find: Tom Clancy's Massive Baltimore Penthouse: Figure 3

The home is listed for $12 million by TTR Sotheby’s International Realty and is reportedly the most expensive home for sale in Baltimore.

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The home theater

More details and photos of the residence below.

This Week's Find: Tom Clancy's Massive Baltimore Penthouse: Figure 5
A patio gives the penthouse outdoor space.
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Master bedroom suite.

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2 Comments

  1. Jason said at 9:58 pm on Thursday October 29, 2015:
    $12M for 12000 sqft? $1000/sqft in Baltimore + some ungodly condo fees I'm sure. There are some really nice houses in any neighborhood in Baltimore that probably run $200/sqft without any condo fees. I think I'll pass on this one.
  1. skidrowedc@gmail.com said at 1:31 am on Friday October 30, 2015:
    This just looks like oceans of square footage for its own sake. No ceiling heights or shapes at all; dreadfully awful windows, furniture marooned in vast wastelands of space. The terrace view appears to be the high point -- even the terrace itself looks rather mundane. I expected so much more from Clancy!! $12M in Baltimore should buy one something surpassingly spectacular. This looks like an effort to spice up a 3rd floor apartment in one of those impossible-to-love grey-brick NYC buildings from the 1960s -- low ceilings, bad windows...not even a good shell space.

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