Hot House (Ravens Edition): 103 Old House Court, Pikesville, MD. 21208
Contemporary style condo-townhome owned by Super Bowl winning- running back Ray Rice. Bought for $350,000 in 2008, when he was drafted by the Ravens, the house is located in the gated Grey Rock community in Pikesville. Four bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,100 sq. ft over 3 stories. Master bedroom suite with jacuzzi and separate shower, eat-in kitchen, family room, game room, basement, deck. Security system with cameras. Just reduced by $20,000: $ 319,900
What: The chance of a lifetime. A surprisingly modest, (but classy, definitely classy) townhouse in Grey Rock, owned by Sunday’s Super Bowl hero Ray Rice. It’s a standard layout — living room, dining room, kitchen on the main floor, with a nice deck. Master suite and other bedrooms upstairs. The Man Cave comes with the house, and you might want to make an offer on the mini-fridge over the jacuzzi. Grey Rock is described by one realtor as an “adult” gated community. It has a nice clubhouse, outdoor pool and putting green. Although the list price is $30,000 less than Rice paid for it in 2008, he won’t mind. With his $40 million contract he’ll be in the market for posher digs. But not before buying a new house for his mom!
Where: Grey Rock is a gated community not far off Reisterstown Road in Pikesville. Driving west on 695, take exit 20 for MD140 towards Garrison. Drive .5 miles and turn right onto Grey Rock Road. Go .3 miles and turn right onto Old Plantation Way. Take first left onto Howard Forest Lane and the next left onto Old House Court. Convenient to Baltimore Raven’s HQ /Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills.
Why: Good karma.
Why Not: Can’t think of one good reason.
NB: Grab it now, while everyone else is at the parade.
Hot House is sponsored by Towson-based American Land Title Corporation, commercial and residential settlement agents.
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