Inside Homes: Norton Manor

by Laura

Peek inside the 47,000-square-foot Potomac home of Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman.

By Laura Wainman

(Photo by Tony Brown)

The grounds, spanning nine acres, includes the main residence, a 7,000-square-foot guest house and a tea house. (Photo by Tony Brown)

Just when we thought we had seen it all when it came to gorgeous interior design and out-of-the-box architecture, we got wind of the latest mansion to come to Potomac: Norton Manor. The 47,000-square-foot complex, owned by the founder and former CEO of QSS Group Frank Islam and his wife Debbie Driesman, is a three building complex that took nearly six years to complete, and is modeled after the White House, the Capitol and Versailles. Washington Life got the exclusive scoop on the house and its owners below in our September Inside Homes feature, plus a “Cribs-style” video tour of Norton Manor produced by NowThisNews.

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