On December 12, 1969, the Boise Cascade corporation opened 5 model homes in the newly formed Pheasant Run Townhouse development. On October 20, 1970, with much of the construction complete, they sold two parcels of land to the Pheasant Run Homeowner's Association, Inc. for administration and oversight by the 501(c)(3) corporation. The development consists of three privately owned streets, Dove Circle, Mallard Court, and Boise Road, and is bounded by two county-owned roads, Mallard Drive and Pheasant Run Drive.
The community was promoted as a Colonial-style community with easy access to shopping and traveling via the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (Interstate 295). An early brochure shows the costs then to be between $20,990 and $27,990.
Our homes offer 2 to 4 bedrooms, private fenced-in backyards, and common areas with picnic grills, playgrounds, open land for playing a game of football, and wooded areas to hike through. Pheasant Run is a common ownership community with a volunteer Board of Directors who makes the day-to-day decisions about the upkeep and finances of the community. All residents are encouraged to attend the monthly Board of Directors meetings as well as the Annual Meeting of Homeowners.