Originally named the Boyd Mansion, this historic Italian villa built for the Willard family (founders of the Willard Hotel) seamlessly combines old world charm with the amenities of modern day living. Located just 1 mile from 495 and less than 10 minutes from both Downtown Bethesda and the DC/MD line, the convenience of 6710 Honesty Drive is a commuters dream. Recently given a fresh coat of paint, the stately exterior of this home with its intricate trim work, clay tile roof and oversized entry doors is a complete show stopper. Greet your guests in the grand foyer complete with a sweeping spiral staircase and custom tilework. Continue into the formal embassy sized living room and dining room, both accentuated by 10’ ceilings, custom millwork and wood burning fireplaces. A den off the living room makes for the perfect work-from-home or Zoom-school sanctuary. Seven sets of floor to ceiling French doors leading out to the large wrap-around back patio makes indoor/outdoor entertaining a breeze in this home. The timelessly updated kitchen features Viking and Sub Zero appliances and built-in hutch with room for a breakfast table. The upper two levels boast a total of six bedrooms, five of which have attached bathrooms. The two oversized primary suites on the second floor have ample closet space and custom bathroom featuring designer materials. Continue on to the third level where a huge loft space with exposed brick provides a modern industrial touch to an otherwise classic home. Access to a walk-in cedar closet hosting a second set of washer and dryer available as well. The basement was recently renovated and provides enough space for a home theater, game room, gym or whatever else your heart desires. The professional wine cellar provides space for over 400 bottles of your favorite vino. Additional bedroom and full bath complete the space. You won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to own such a unique piece of Bethesda’s history.