The Beliveau Group Sells Lutherville-Timonium Home for Top Dollar!

The Beliveau Group of Keller Williams Legacy just sold 605 Talbott Avenue in Lutherville!  The Beliveau Group are experts in Lutherville-Timonium real estate and specialize is the sales of homes in zip code 21093.  Year to date, The Beliveau Group has helped 7 buyers and 7 sellers buy and sell almost $6.3 million in 21093 real estate and have no plans to stop!

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Property Description:

Come home to luxury living in the heart of Lutherville!  This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath brick-front colonial rests on a uniquely large lot with beautiful grounds. If you’ve been dreaming of space, this is the one!  The breath-taking entryway features a soaring two-story foyer with turned staircase.  Bay and transom windows, tray ceilings, and custom moldings are just a few of the many extras showcased in the large dining room and living room. The gourmet kitchen features all stainless steel appliances, granite counters and a massive island with built-in wine chiller.  The light-filled morning room is the perfect space for entertaining with easy access to the large Trex deck where you’ll enjoy grilling out this summer.  Cozy-up by the gas fireplace in the expansive family room with an attached den/library – a great spot for anyone needing a home office!  Continue upstairs to the generously sized master suite with sitting room and loads of closet space.  Three additional bedrooms and a full bath round out the top floor living space.  The partially finished basement offers even more room, perfect for a home gym or recreation room with a walk-out to the meticulously maintained back yard.  The property also features a 2-car garage as well as two detached garages, one with a built-in auto lift – a car aficionado’s dream come true!  An extremely private setting in a lovely neighborhood – truly a great place to call home!

Baltimore County Public Schools:
Lutherville Lab Elementary School
Ridgeley Middle School
Towson High School

Neighborhood History:

The oldest section of Lutherville dates back to 1852, when it was founded by two Lutheran ministers as a planned community, anchored by a Lutheran seminary and church. The land was originally part of the vast Hampton Estate of Charles Ridgely, from whom it was purchased in 1851.

The two ministers, John Kurtz and John Morris, named the community after the 16th century German reformer Martin Luther.  The Lutherville Female Seminary, as it was initially called when chartered in 1853, was built near the tracks of the Baltimore & Susquehanna Railroad, a forerunner of the Northern Central Railway. In 1895, the institution was renamed the Maryland College for Women. Following a devastating fire in 1911, the college was rebuilt and continued in operation until 1952. Its campus is now an adult congregate living facility, College Manor.

Population as of 2010 was 6,504.

(Courtesy of Wikipedia:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lutherville,_Maryland)

 

 

 

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