Featured Listings from the Whit Harvey Group



The Whit Harvey Group sells homes. Fast. They’re tapped into the Baltimore real estate market and put experience to work in getting the job done strategically. Here’s a little behind the scenes in how they work:

Man dies after falling down, getting pinned in elevator shaft in Cockeysville


In the second construction-related workplace death in the Baltimore area this week, a man died Friday morning after getting pinned after falling down an elevator shaft in Cockeysville.

The O’Hara Group Features Two Open Houses – Sunday, Sept. 10


Open Houses

Sunday, September 10th

39 Brett Manor Court Cockeysville, MD 21030

7 Beds | 7 Full Baths | $1,500,000

September 10 ● 1-3pm

Peaceful French Country retreat in Hunt Valley; this custom home is sited on a tree lined drive of almost five acres. Main level offers American Black Cherry hardwood floors, a two-story entrance, and open floor plan: living room with stone fireplace and French doors leading to deck, spacious dining room, and chef’s kitchen with breakfast area. Additional French doors from kitchen open to walnut deck.


Claudia O’Hara ● 410.274.2936


4 Beechdale Road  Baltimore, Maryland 21210

6 Beds | 4 Full and 3 Half Baths | $1,450,000

September 10 ● 1-3pm

This extraordinary six plus bedroom, four full and three half bath stucco colonial is beautifully restored with modern updates and amenities with timeless elegance. Large gourmet chef’s eat-in kitchen overlooking fabulous wooden deck and expansive flat backyard, flower/vegetable garden, carriage house and garage. Light filled living/dining rooms with fireplaces. Cool den. Library/Game room with bar. Sunporch. Wonderful second floor laundry room. Gorgeous master suite with stunning bath and closets plus other en suite bedrooms. Lower level recreation room, workshop, wine closet, mudroom, and lots and lots of storage. Convenient to schools, shops and restaurants. A must see in Roland Park!


Kate Meyer ● 410.370.2700



Claudia O’Hara

The O’Hara Group

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2,000-Gallon Oil Spill Turns Cockeysville Stream Purple

Photo via Baltimore County Fire Department

A nasty oil spill on Thursday morning turned a Baltimore County stream purple and sent authorities scrambling to clean up the mess.