If I were looking to buy a home, I don’t think I’d ever have the guts to offer $1 million less than the asking price. (I know, this is already highly hypothetical.) But I guess others would. Baltimore Business Journal reports that developer Patrick Turner’s Greenspring Valley home just sold for $2.35 million despite a sticker price of $3.35 million.
Cynthia McIntyre took Baltimore Fishbowl readers inside 8101 Greenspring Avenue when it was put on the market in 2012. The Christopher Pfaeffle-designed comes with garage space for six cars, geothermal heat, and a dog-washing room. It’s been featured in Home & Design magazine and in television commercials.
Prior to the Turners’ tenure there, the property was owned by botanist William Van Dersal, who planted “many acres” of the site with such variety that “arborists go crazy when they see what’s here.”
According to BBJ, the property was bought by an LLC, the resident agent for which is Timothy C. Adams.
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