Monthly Archives: January 2011

Development at Pot Spring and Old Bosley Rd in Timonium

January 31st, 2011

The development of the acreage at the corner of Pot Spring Road and Old Bosley Rd in Cockeysville near Timonium had its' plans halted on Thursday, as new Councilman Todd Huff postponed his consideration of the development. The land is currently zoned for 13 homes, but the developer, Jeffrey C. Kirby, wants to build 33 [...]

Snow Day and Sledding in Towson

January 27th, 2011

Yesterday late afternoon and last night was a major thundersnow storm, with heavy snow, lightning and thunder. It was an incredible event. The snow was coming down so heavily that a large number of people had to abandon their cars on the way home, and others took about 9 hours to commute. Even snowplows got [...]

What Mortgage Interest Deduction Means For You

January 26th, 2011

There is a big issue affecting many homeowners in discussions in Congress right now, and whether you personally take the Mortgage Interest Deduction or not, this couldĀ  be a big deal for your house value. Why? Many Americans do take the mortgage interest deduction on their federal taxes each year. If you bought a house [...]

Do You Write Off Mortgage Insurance? You Can’t File 2010 Taxes Yet.

January 24th, 2011

Not only is the mortgage insurance deduction in homeowners' taxes creating an issue in Congress as the government struggles to balance the budget, if you are one of the many homeowners who DO take this deduction, you cannot file your 2010 taxes yet. This is due to tax laws that were enacted at the end [...]

West Towson Pool Delayed Until 2012

January 22nd, 2011

The West Towson Pool, called the "Towson Swim Club," slated to open Memorial Day 2011, has pushed back its' opening to 2012. There were multiple obstacles causing the delay, including the Baltimore County planning and zoning, and the ravine that currently provides privacy to the Southland Hills neighborhood. The pool group wanted to build playing [...]

Baltimore Restaurant Week Jan 21-30, 2011

January 20th, 2011

Baltimore Restaurant Week for Winter 2011 begins Friday, January 21, and runs through January 30. Participating restaurants have committed to helping "The Journey Home" , a program trying to end Homelessness in Baltimore. There will be donation boxes at each of the restaurants to give to the charity. Many parking garages are offering [...]

11513 Hunters Run Drive – Hunt Valley Station

January 17th, 2011

11513 Hunters Run Drive is a four bedroom single family home in Hunters Run. *SOLD 8/15/11* 11513 Hunters Run Dr is a Faust-built Hunt Valley Station home with, according to the public record, 2,782 sq ft on the first two levels. It is listed for sale for $530,000. The walk-out lower level has [...]

8 Wineleaf Ct – Hunters Run

January 17th, 2011

8 Wineleaf Ct is a four bedroom single family home in Hunters Run. **UPDATE: SOLD 4/29/11** 8 Winleaf Court is a Ryland built Colonial in Hunt Valley Station, and is on the market for $555,000. According to the public records, it has 2,962 square feet on the first two levels. The walk-out lower level is [...]

Purple Friday – Purple Week Day 5 – Ravens Playoffs

January 14th, 2011

Today, January 14, 2011 is Purple Friday in Baltimore and it is the culmination of Purple Week for a number of my friends through twitter. My hope & wish is to exhaust my purple clothes because I have to wear them every day for the next three weeks before the Superbowl! So, GO RAVENS! Purple [...]

1 Winthrop Ct – Towson Townhouse Towson, Maryland – Offered at $239,900. Withdrawn from the market – seller is staying!

January 13th, 2011

Download the Brochure (PDF) Schedule an Appointment Ask a Question View Virtual Tour Explore this wonderful Towson home for sale at $239,900... First Floor Second Floor Finished Basement Exterior Neighborhood (Click on Any Picture to Enlarge) Towson Park Townhouse in Towson, Maryland This end-of-group townhouse, built in 1955, is located in the Towson Park community [...]