11621 Hunters Run Drive is a true five bedroom home in Hunt Valley Station on the market for $689,900. *SOLD 2/25/21 for $715,000*
This Hunt Valley Station home has 3,477 square feet above ground, which does not include the basement. The lower level is finished with large rec room, gym area, play area, and full bath.
11621 Hunters Run Drive showcases 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 January 24, 2021, there are no other Hunt Valley Station/Hunters Run single family homes on the market. 11613 Hunters Run Drive closed for $625,000 on 12/23/20. 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 11621 Hunters Run Drive or other Hunters Run houses. I know and understand the neighborhood well!
Listing Courtesy of Keller Williams Legacy