Custom home with water views, unique landscape in Baltimore County
By Marie Marciano Gullard
For The Baltimore Sun|
Jun 25, 2015 | 2:49 PM
In real estate jargon, "wall of windows" usually promises a jaw-dropping view, and the home at 339 Worton Road in Baltimore County delivers with a vista of Norman Creek just off Middle River.
The three-story Colonial-style home, built in 2001, is on the market for $695,000.
"This is a very classic house; not your typical beach house," said Maureen O'Shea, the listing agent for Long & Foster Real Estate. "This is a custom-built home by Jim Edmonds of Baltimore County. The floor plan lends itself to easy living with a first-floor master suite and a two-story great room opening to the kitchen."
A foyer and dining room is on the first level, which contains wood flooring throughout. Two bedrooms and two full bathrooms are on the carpeted second level, while the lower level features an exercise room.
Interior amenities include two gas fireplaces with glass doors, ceramic tile in the kitchen, all major kitchen appliances, granite countertops, atrium doors and insulated windows.
The home, with its vinyl-sided exterior, is on over three-quarters of an acre, with a detached garage and carport. A workshop with a walk-up attic offers lots of additional storage. There is also a private pier.
"The seller of this property is the president of her garden club, so you will find some beautiful landscaping, unique plantings and a fish pond, which adds to the tranquil setting," O'Shea said.
The property's location offers easy access to the Baltimore Beltway and Interstate 95.