The median home value in Monkton, MD is $675,600.
the county median home value of $265,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Monkton, MD is $675,600.
Approximately 83% of Monkton homes are owned,
compared to 10% rented, while
6% are vacant.
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Cultivate your vision for your private oasis! Currently there is a home and barn on the property. Part of the existing dwelling is a log structure that dates to at least 1882 and thus is a unique and of considerable historic value. If the buyer, opts for preservation âThe Baltimore County Office of Planningâ would support a historically compatible addition, provided the structure is retained as the principal dwelling. The buyer has the choice to keep the dwelling or have it torn down. If you decide to tear this home down you have the right to build a new dwelling. Site plan is with the documents online. The current seller cannot tear the dwelling down per Baltimore County. Additionally, there is a barn, which can be restored or removed. Lastly, you have the option to rent the dwelling as a rental property. Past rental income has been $1,800 per month. The new buyer cannot keep the existing dwelling and build a new home! It is one or the other. Additional options; -The Amish will gladly take the barn down and keep the wood. The barn is made out of red oak and poplar wood. You can refurbish the barn, it has a solid foundation floor. - If you decide to build a new home. You can research and reach out to Second Chance, or a similar organization, and investigate the possibility of having them dismantle the home. "Deconstruction is the systematic disassembly (âunbuildingâ) of a structure by hand in order to salvage the maximum economic and environmental value of materials through reuse and recycling. Similarly stated, itâs the process of taking a building apart in the reverse order of construction to skillfully remove valuable building materials and save rich architectural history. Homes and other structures can be deconstructed partially or completely, resulting in possible tax benefits to the donor." -Abandon the existing well and septic system, associated with the current home.
Location Location Location! 2 acre lot in Monkton with approximately 225 feet of road frontage, ready for your dream home to be built! No builder tie-in. Existing well w/ 6 gallons per minute. Perc test updated and good for another 5 years.
Outstanding southern pastoral and scenic views overlooking the Piney Hill Rd. Valley in beautiful Monkton, MD. This elevated 19.763ac. parcel of land offers the perfect location to build, is already cleared and is surrounded by majestic towering trees and forest, protected by Forest Conservation and Forest Buffer Easement Areas. The potential for an additional development right exists also!!
Great opportunity to build your dream home in Monkton, Hereford Zone, Northern Baltimore County, Maryland. Land includes two parcels totaling 4.75 acres along Piney Hill Road. This property can't be sub-divided; single home, one building lot. Preliminary site plans have been prepared to suggest the following; home location on the land, septic reserve area as well as the proposed driveway. Bring your own builder or use sellers recommended builder, your choice.
Net price: $330k, ask us how! 17 acres agricultural, forest conservation easement, water source is well, sewer source is septic. Buildable lot for a home. Property is buildable. Well has been providing 20 gallons per minute for Decades. We put in a smaller 10 gpm pump when the old one died, so It was recently tested at 10 gpm. (Well pump will be moved to house lot, well goes to the lot. ). Septic test will be performed in the next two weeks. We are waiting on approval of the submitted perc test plan. Last year county employees stated that they were not aware of any failed perc tests in this area. 270k price- not from Ag, there is an offer from an adjacent neighbor for them to purchase 7 acres of timberland for $50k. This does not affect the building lot. County says this can be performed through an AG transfer. Disclosures-Attached is a map of the Lot Line Adjustment/16452 JM Pearce Lot. We had asked the county to permit us to move just three acres to the 2nd lot - to make it buildable, they responded with instructions to change the 2nd lot from 3 acres to 17 acres. We were then advised to accept the county's recommendation.
Great opportunity to build on 18.8 acre wooded lot. Re-validated percolation test on record with Baltimore County. Convenient location in the Hereford Zone. Lot is located off a paved drive entrance. Great home site and still plenty of room to enjoy nature. Timbering rights available with lot purchase. Seller wants to review house plans as part of contract to purchase offering. Minimal restrictions - no builder tie-in. Adjoining 11.2 acre lot also listed for sale separately. Plat and other information available upon request.
Lovely 11.2 wooded acres - the last available building lot in a 4 lot subdivision. Valid percolation test on record with Baltimore County. Well is 300', yielding 10 gpm. Convenient, yet secluded location, off shared drive. Great home site and still plenty of room to enjoy nature. There are walking areas on the property, plus the 3/4 mile paved drive can be used for walking or running. Timbering rights available with lot purchase. Seller wants to review house plans as part of contract to purchase offering. Minimal restrictions - no builder tie-in. Adjoining 18.8 acre lot is also listed for sale separately. Plat and other information available upon request.