Hunt Valley

Featured Hot Listing: Stone Hall Manor circa. 1740 on 78 acres

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This is Stone Hall, one of Maryland’s preeminent country estates. An impeccable, Federal style, stone manor house that sits upon 78+/- acres of unfettered natural beauty in the heart of Worthington Valley. Originally part of the 4,200 acre tract patented by William Nicholson of Kent County in 1719 and formerly owned by Thomas Gist, a colonel in the Baltimore Militia during the Revolutionary War.

Greetings & Readings bookstore to close next month

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Image via Facebook.

Greetings & Readings, the local bookstore and gift shop with a 49-year history in the Baltimore area, will close next month, the shop announced on Facebook.

Stunning Southern Charmer in Hunt Valley: 13101 Beaver Dam Road

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Hunt Valley House For Sale
13101 Beaver Dam Rd. Hunt Valley, MD 21030

13101 Beaver Dam Rd. Hunt Valley, MD 21030

Listing Price: $925,000

Listing Agent: Sue Millard: [email protected], 410.493.1001 (cell)

The stunning architecture of a Southern Living style home complete with a grand front porch with pillars. This amazing home has numerous fine features and amenities including professional landscaping creating a park-like setting complete with a pool! Six bedrooms, 4.5 baths, beautiful moldings, thoughtful lighting throughout, plantations shutters and amazing windows that bring the outdoors inside.

Hunt Valley’s New Craft Brewery, Balt County Brewing, Eyes February 2018 Opening

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The outside of Balt County Brewing in Hunt Valley. Photo courtesy of Rich Mak.

Rich Mak hopes to make something big for Baltimore County’s beer lovers by keeping things small.

Komen Race for the Cure Moving to McHenry Row After 10 Years in Hunt Valley

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Photo by Ashley Michelle Photography, via Komen Maryland

After a decade in Hunt Valley, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will return to Baltimore to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

Quinntessential Gentleman to Open in Hunt Valley

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The QG is expanding to Hunt Valley. And it’s not stopping there.

The Quinntessential Gentleman, which began in downtown Baltimore as an upscale barbershop and evolved into a mini department store, plans to open a second location February 1 at the Executive Plaza in Hunt Valley, across the street from the Hunt Valley Towne Centre.

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