16 Maryland homes listed in Sotheby's realty guide
Sixteen Maryland homes are included in the spring/summer 1996 edition of Sotheby's International Realty Guide to Distinctive Properties.
Sotheby's lists Toad Hall, a seven-acre Annapolis estate overlooking Kitty Duvall Creek and the South River as having sold recently. The last asking price was $2.3 million. Dating to the 17th century, Toad Hall has six bedrooms, six full baths, a half-bath and an indoor pool/entertainment area.
One Maryland property offered is a 10,000-square-foot contemporary with 3,000 feet of frontage on the Chesapeake Bay in Stevensville. The home has a pier with lift, an indoor pool and a guest/caretaker suite. The asking price is $2.4 million.
Wye Wings in Queenstown sits on nine waterfront acres. The $2.3 million home features cherry floors, mahogany detailing, five stone fireplaces, walls of glass and a swimming pool.
Priced at $5.2 million, Walnut Point Farm in Kent County is the most expensive Maryland property listed. This waterfront farm comes with 672 acres, riding trails, a 12-acre stocked lake, ponds and an indoor pool.
All of the Maryland properties are listed by O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors. They can be reached at (800) 627-0714. For the Tri-State/Mid-Atlantic office of Sotheby's, call (212) 606-4160.
'Dream Home' to be raffled to raise funds for alliance
The Affordable Housing Alliance Inc. has begun construction of an "American Dream Home" in Columbia that will be raffled in September to raise funds for the nonprofit housing assistance group. Valued at $195,000, the 2,000-square-foot, four-bedroom house is being built in the Kendall Ridge neighborhood of Long Reach village by Patriot Homes.
The Affordable Housing Alliance prepares families and individuals for homeownership through education workshops and home buying and credit counseling. The group also provides loans and grants to its clients. Post-purchase assistance is aimed at helping buyers avoid losing their homes.
Ten-dollar raffle tickets can be purchased from the Alliance. Call (410) 995-5815 or (800) 592-7780.
Patterson Park group sets homeownership program
The Patterson Park Neighborhoods Initiative is sponsoring a "Step Up to Home Ownership" program from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at the group's model home at 17 N. Linwood Ave. in Southeast Baltimore.
Area Realtors will show houses that are for sale. More than 20 homes are open for viewing.
Home buying counseling and a free credit report will be provided to participants. Patterson Park has special buying programs that can often help buyers purchase a house for as little as $1,000 down. The group also has low-interest rehab loans and programs to help tenants buy their homes. For more information call (410) 522-6966.
News in Brief
Allied Federal Financialhas opened offices in Greenbelt and Fairfax, Va., to provide residential and commercial loans. Dick Donato is the manager of the Greenbelt office at 7833 Walker Drive.
Homebuilders Realty Serviceshas been selected by Cornerstone Homes Inc. to provide marketing and sales services for Meadowridge Landing, a community of 176 traditional-style homes in Elkridge. Ed Fuhrman is sales manager for the Howard County development. He is a graduate of Syracuse University.
Pond Point Mortgage Co.,a member of the Bozzuto Group, has opened for business in Greenbelt. A full-service mortgage company, Pond Point is designed to assist Bozzuto customers and other homebuyers with their financing needs. Richard Mostyn is president of the new company.
On the Move
Century 21 Forty West Inc.said Tom Connor, Melody Connor, Connie Lee and Rob Ward have joined the firm as sales associates.
Faison,a Charlotte, N.C.-based real estate management company, named F. Joseph Moravec regional partner for the greater Washington metropolitan area. Moravec is a 1973 graduate of Harvard University. He replaces John Shooshan, who is leaving to become president of the John G. Shooshan Co. and Shooshan Management Inc.
MNC Mortgage Corp.said Brian J. Kelly, Robert A. Kirwan and John S. Marsiglia joined the company as loan officers in its Lutherville office. A graduate of the University of Baltimore, Kelly will cover northern Baltimore County. Kirwan is a graduate of Randolph Macon College.
He will be responsible for the northern section of the city and Towson. Marsiglia's territory will run around the Beltway from Pikesville to Perry Hall. He is a graduate of Towson State University.
O'Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtorsnamed Jim Acton sales manager of its Ellicott City Office, 9455 Baltimore National Pike. Acton has managed real estate offices in Anne Arundel, Prince George's and Howard counties. He has undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Maryland. He taught school in Prince George's County for 10 years.
Quality Builders Warranty Corp.said Heidi Watt joined the Camp Hill, Pa., firm as an account executive.
Pub Date: 5/19/96