Bethesda, Md., mansion on market for $12.5 million

This 1972 house in Bethesda, Md., recently completed a lengthy renovation. Many features of the house come in pairs: two saunas, two primary bedrooms, two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor) and two kitchens (indoor and outdoor). Take a look inside.

The house has an inlaid patchwork driveway.

There is a 19-foot ceiling in the greeting hall, which leads to glass staircases on either side.

One of several living areas has a sleek, modern design.

This kitchen has heated floors and Miele appliances.

Several sitting rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows.

The indoor pool room has a built-in bar and exposed cedar walls.

One of two primary bedroom suites.

A spa-inspired main bathroom features twin floating vanities, a free-standing tub, a walk-in shower and heated floors.

The walk-in closet attached to a primary bedroom has floor-to-ceiling storage.

The manicured grounds include a gazebo and a pool with an automated retractable cover.

The property is almost three acres and includes a tennis court.

The property as captured by a drone camera.

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Photos by Craig Westerman