Darcars Automotive scion’s Potomac home hits market for $6M

Tammy Darvish, daughter of John Darvish Sr., who founded Maryland-based Darcars Automotive Group car dealership chain, is selling her Potomac home for just shy of $6 million.

The $5,995,000, property at 9811 Avenel Farm Drive sits on two lush, wooded acres. It’s a French-style, three-story, single-family home with six bedroom suites — each with its own bathroom.

As one might guess, the home is also huge, with nearly 14,000 square feet of space.

In addition, it boasts what realtors say is a top-of-the-line family kitchen, catering kitchen, lower-level bar, billiards room, wine cellar and a four-car garage.

Tammy Darvish's three-level, single-family home sits on 2 acres at 9811 Avenel Farm Drive. in Potomac, Maryland. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Tammy Darvish’s three-level, single-family home sits on two acres at 9811 Avenel Farm Drive in Potomac, Maryland. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The home features a four-car garage. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The home features a four-car garage. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
It's nestled in an idyllic area. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
It’s nestled in an idyllic area with a huge backyard. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Tammy Darvish's Potomac, Maryland, home is on the market for nearly $6 million. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Tammy Darvish’s Potomac, Maryland, home is on the market for nearly $6 million. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The massive foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There is plenty of natural light in the living room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There is plenty of natural light in the living room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The dining room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The dining room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The fireplace. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The fireplace. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There's plenty of space in the bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There’s plenty of space in the bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the six bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the six bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Office space. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Office space. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The gym room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The gym room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The billiards room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The billiards room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The wine cellar. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The wine cellar. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties) (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
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Tammy Darvish's three-level, single-family home sits on 2 acres at 9811 Avenel Farm Drive. in Potomac, Maryland. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The home features a four-car garage. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
It's nestled in an idyllic area. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Tammy Darvish's Potomac, Maryland, home is on the market for nearly $6 million. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The foyer. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There is plenty of natural light in the living room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The dining room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The top-of-the-line kitchen. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The fireplace. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
There's plenty of space in the bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the bathrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
One of the six bedrooms. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
Office space. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The gym room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The billiards room. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)
The wine cellar. (Courtesy Washington Fine Properties)

The listing agents are Anne Killeen and Robert Hryniewicki, Adam T. Rackliffe and Christopher R. Leary of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties.

Darvish is now the chief operating officer at Tysons Corner, Virginia-based Capital Automotive Real Estate Services Inc.

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