Realtors may buy Hunter's Mansion

August 19, 1993

Hunter's Mansion, the centerpiece office building in the Hunter Professional Center on Washington Road, is likely to be sold to the Carroll County Board of Realtors.

The Westminster building became the property of Taneytown Bank & Trust about five years ago when the bank foreclosed on a loan, said Realtor Michael L. Mason.

The property had been on the market for about $299,000.

"Once we dropped it to $199,000, we had quite a few interested people," Mr. Mason said. "The Board of Realtors got their contract in first."

The building is separated into six condominium-type offices, Mr. Mason said. The first floor is occupied by Tri-State Health Care and church offices for Foursquare Gospel Church.

The Board of Realtors was interested in because there is room for it on the second and third floors, Mr. Mason said. "They can then rent out the first floor, which will bring some income for them."

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