Attention to the important details that affect the contract and the outcome
Knowledge to navigate a challenging, complicated and ever changing process
Reputation for honest advice and high professional standards
Innovating marketing with attention to details
Top 1% of residential real estate agents in the USA
27 Years - $300 Million in Sales Client by Client
Sharon Keeny and The Keeny Team of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. specialize in residential real estate throughout Maryland.Representing our clients is a calling and Sharon and Anne put their clients’ needs and interest at the forefront of every transaction. The top producing Team in the Columbia Office for more than a decade, and one of the top ten producing teams in the Baltimore Region, The Keeny Team enjoys success one client at a time. In fact, the majority of their clients are repeat customers or their referrals. With a combined total of nearly 45 years in the real estate business, they bring a vast amount of experience, knowledge and confidence to a process that can be overwhelming and unpredictable.
Licensed since 1990, Sharon has guided both buyers and sellers. As a lifetime member of Long & Foster’s Master’s Club and Luxury Alliance, her professional associations include National, State & Local Association of Realtors and Howard County Million Dollar Club. She is distinguished as being in the top 1% of residential real estate agents in the US.
Sharon is a native Marylander and a Howard County resident since 1977. Active in Howard County education and local community endeavors as a past PTA President, PTA Council Delegate, President Glenelg HS Booster Club, President Howard County Auxiliary to Montgomery General Hospital Women’s Board, member St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Vestry and other various committees. A weekly tennis player and former women’s soccer coach, she lives with her husband, Roy and their adult children live in the Baltimore-Washington metro area.
Specialties and Designations
Investment Property, New Construction, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Specializes in Relocations, Horse Farms, Country Homes, Resale Residential, Historic Homes, Suburban Living, Eco-friendly Design and Construction, Urban Living, Single Family Homes and Townhomes, NAR Green Certified, Luxury GRI
Rare opportunity to own a valuable piece of history in Dayton. Howard Road is named for the once 240 acre farm assembled between 1859 and 1877 by George A. Howard, grandson of the 5th Governor of Maryland, John Eager Howard. After his death in 1903, Howard's son, Eugene sold 56 acres and a tenant house off the farm in 1908. 14106 has a date of 1907 in the basement and tax records confirm this dwelling was started that year by Eugene and Lillie Howard. Eugene died in 1937 and Lillie died five years later. The farm passed to their children who sold it out of the family in 1943. By 1967 the home farm was reduced to just less than 3 acres, and is now for sale. Complete history and deed transfer information can be found in the Document section of Bright. This charming early 20th century farmhouse has been lovingly preserved, renovated and improved by the recent owners of 40 years. Main entrance flanked by living room with propane fireplace, dining room and grand front staircase. Huge kitchen with rear stair to second floor has large breakfast bar and table space, bay window overlooking rear. Main level laundry room, butler's pantry, mud room, powder room and storage area. Upper level master bedroom with private bath; 3 other bedrooms with ample closets, built-in shelving and drawer units. Full stair to finished attic with library shelving; a perfect secret play or multi-purpose room and plenty of additional storage. The heartwood flooring on the main and second levels of the farmhouse, bulls eye molding, unique newel post and solid oak banister are original. The grounds include a pond, mature trees to include specimen trees as a tulip magnolia, holly and oak; large level open field which was the former pasture/riding ring. Detached buildings include a 2-car garage with attached 2-stall pony stable. Detached equipment/tool shed with work benches and greenhouse. The peaceful front porch provides the serenity of rural living as you watch the world go by.