11613 Hunters Run Drive is a true five bedroom home in Hunt Valley Station on the market for $650,000. *Under Contract 11/1/20*

This Hunt Valley Station home has 3,596 square feet above ground, which does not include the basement. The walk-out lower level is finished with a potential sixth bedroom, full bath, and den.

11613 Hunters Run Drive showcases a first floor sunroom addition, a redone kitchen with granite counters, a two story family room, and a master bedroom with a sitting area.

There are not many true five bedroom Hunt Valley Station homes (meaning all five bedrooms upstairs!) so this is a special property!

As of October 30, 2020, there are no other Hunt Valley Station/Hunters Run single family homes on the market. 11603 Hunters Run Drive sold before it came on the market. It closed for $605,000 on 9/30/2020. 1202 Walnut Wood Road is a four bedroom home that sold 8/13/2020 for $555,000. 1201 Maple Leaf Court is a four bedroom home that sold 7/31/2020 for $545,900. 11508 Hunters Run Drive is a four bedroomthat sold on 7/23/2020 at $660,000.  1208 Walnut Wood Road is a four bedroom home that removed from the market on 4/22/20 and the home has now been rented. 11626 Hunters Run Drive is a four bedroom home that was on the market for $524,900, but has canceled their home sale listing. 11616 Silvermaple Court is a five bedroom that sold on 3/2/20 for $640,550.  1202 Maple Leaf Court is a four bedroom home that sold 2/3/20 for $534,500. 11518 Hunters Run Drive is a four bedroom Faust-built home that sold 10/28/19 for $510,000. 1209 Maple Leaf Court is a three bedroom home that sold on 9/23/19 for $565,000.

Hunt Valley Station is a popular neighborhood in Northern Baltimore County with both single family homes and townhouses. The neighborhood is also called Hunters Run, which is also the name of a townhouse community across Paper Mill Road.

Contact me for more information on 11613 Hunters Run Drive or other Hunters Run houses. I know and understand the neighborhood well!

Listing Courtesy of Keller Williams Legacy