Listing Shows This House Has a Fake City In Its Basement

If you’ve ever run across a listing for a mansion for the super-rich, you know that judging a book by its cover doesn’t apply, because these luxurious playgrounds are over the top and then some. Don’t let this $4.5 million mansion fool you — all the fun is underneath it. The 12,089-square-foot property is located on Highland Farm Road in Potomac, Maryland. The property is located on four immaculately landscaped acres in the prestigious Round Hill enclave. It’s comprised of the main residence — featuring 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 10 fireplaces, and 6-zone heating — a 2-bedroom guest house, a pool and pool house, and a lighted tennis court. When you get to the basement, it gets even better. The basement features real and working retro cars, a post office, a movie theater, and several displays. Even the streets are cobblestone. There's also a billiards room and a playground for the kids. Why did the current owners spend so much money on the basement? Well, because they had it.