Tuesday, February 19, 2013
We've rounded up listings of some homes for sale in the Pikesville area, including a multi-million dollar, Hamptons-inspired one in Stevenson.
3604 Croydon Road, Lochearn. Built in 1938, this stone and stucco, Colonial-style home is listed at $169,900. It sits on 9,000 square feet of land, and has 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. It has hardwood floors throughout, and a deck. 8503 Meadowsweet Road, Pikesville. This Villages at Woodholme house is listed at $339,000. It's a 2,694-square-foot, Colonial-style townhouse built in 2004. There are 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Register to take a virtual tour. 2208 Wiltonwood Ave., Stevenson. This Greenspring Valley home is listed at $3.85 million. It has 9,443 square feet, 1 acre of land, and was built in 2008. There are 4 bedrooms and 8 baths. Take a virtual tour.
Monday, October 22, 2012
In the market for a new house in Baltimore County? Here are recently listed homes for sale in Pikesville, Owings Mills, Reisterstown, and more Baltimore County communities.
These videos of Baltimore County homes for sale were recently uploaded to YouTube. Each listing links to the YouTube video (also attached to this article). Each home is also shown on the map attached to this article. For sale this week: 2850 Old Court Rd., Pikesville 2800 Stone Cliff Dr. No. 202, Pikesville 13 Green Heather Court, Pikesville 4034 Osborn Rd., Reisterstown 8108 Green Valley Ln., Owings Mills 1502 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville 328 Greenlow Rd., Catonsville 205 Joppa Rd E 1107., Towson 22 Mayapple Ct., Towson 727 Chapel Ridge Rd., Lutherville 9611m Haven Farm Rd., Perry Hall 9611 A Farm Rd Haven., Perry Hall 1919 Cape May Point Rd., Essex 946 Marlyn Ave. N, Essex Check back next week for more virtual tours. Pikesville Patch …
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Patrick Turner is selling his Greenspring Avenue home.
There's one home for sale in Greenspring Valley that has heads turning. It's the 6,000-square-foot home of developer Patrick Turner. On the market for $3.35 million, it was assessed at $1.35 million, according to an article in The Baltimore Business Journal. Turner is "The visionary behind the Silo Point residential project, and future development of Westport in Southwest Baltimore," the article states. Silo Point was once a Locust Point grain elevator, according to the Turner Development website. The listing by Realtor Heidi Krauss sums up the Greenspring Avenue home: "Greenspring locale. Unfettered tranquility. Peerless design. A most habitable sculpture." It has five bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms, and is on 5.25 wooded acres, according …