Look inside this bayfront property in Ocean City, Md.

This newly completed, roughly 4,550-square-foot house has nearly panoramic views of Assawoman Bay in Ocean City, Md. The backyard has a cabana area, a saltwater pool, a hot tub, a firepit area and a 50-foot pier that stretches into the bay. The house has three floors — accessible by white oak stairs or a glass-enclosed elevator — six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Take a look inside.

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The foyer has an “Orange Crush bar” (left), named for a popular cocktail that bartenders say was invented in Ocean City.

The living room, on the first floor, has oversize windows and a fireplace.

The kitchen has two sinks and stainless-steel appliances.

A view of the open-concept living and dining area on the first floor.

The first-floor office has a wall bed.

Floating shelves in the kitchen are made of reclaimed wood.

A second-floor bedroom has custom bunk beds and trundle bed.

The second-floor balcony is accessible from three bedrooms.

The stairs have panoramic views.

The third floor has a “party room” with a fireplace and a cathedral ceiling.

The primary bathroom has twin vanities.

There is a firepit area next to the deck.

The cabana has a keg refrigerator, a regular refrigerator, a sink and two televisions.

The property has an L-shaped pool, a swim-up bar and a hot tub.

The property has a 50-foot pier on Assawoman Bay.

The pier offers views of sunset over Assawoman Bay.

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Photos by Svetlana Leahy