Real Estate

Roland Park mansion owned by former Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck listed for $4.9 million

The sprawling Georgian-style mansion in Roland Park owned by Molly Shattuck, a former Ravens cheerleader who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a teenage boy, is on the market for $4.9 million.

Shattuck, a prominent figure in Baltimore’s social scene who made history as the oldest cheerleader to work in the NFL when she began at age 38, pleaded guilty in 2015 to one count of rape for an incident involving a 15-year-old boy in a Delaware beach town. She completed her sentence of 48 weekends in a community corrections center in 2017. Her ex-husband, Mayo A. Shattuck III, serves as an executive of the Exelon Corporation, co-chair of the Johns Hopkins University Capital Campaign and vice chairman of the board of Johns Hopkins Medicine.


Mayo and Molly Shattuck divorced in 2014, and by 2015, the latter assumed full ownership of the house, property records show.

The couple bought the six-bedroom abode — which also includes a two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage, elevator, pool and pool house — in 1997 for $886,415, according to the records. The brick house was last assessed at over $2.1 million.


There are over 12,000 square feet of living space included with the property, which is situated on more than 1.5 acres of land and dates to 1926, according to the listing.

Kellie Huffman, the Next Step Realty real estate agent handling the listing, referred a reporter to the listing information that cites the owners having done extensive remodeling and renovations since they purchased the home.

Shattuck could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday.

Huffman, in the listing description, notes that the home’s attention to fine detail also justifies the nearly $5 million price tag, which currently outprices all other available listings in the North Baltimore area. It features multiple fireplaces, a four-car garage, floor-to-ceiling windows, arched entryways, a finished basement, 12-foot ceilings and original crown moldings.

There’s office space, a fitness room, a covered porch and a large backyard fit for entertaining, Huffman notes in the listing.