by Sam Allard
Hunting Valley is located deeply southeast of downtown, fortified to the north, east and south by Gates Mills, Pepper Pike and Moreland Hills, respectively. It is a community of 705 people (though Google suggests that since 2010, the population has grown by four).
In the relevant affluence metrics, Hunting Valley comes in a wee bit poorer than counterparts in Murray Hill-Heathcote (Scarsdale) #14, Round Hill-North Greenwich (Greenwich) #16, but richer than the wealthy burbage of Beverly Park-Beverly Crest (Los Angeles) #18, and McLean Ctry Ests-Glendale (McLean) #19.
Based on 2000 census numbers, Hunting Valley was dubbed the 6th-richest place in the country based on per capita income, but median household income is regarded as a truer portrait of wealth, because it removes servants and "caretakers" from the equation.
(I joke, because I am at once sort of envious of and repulsed by exorbitant wealth, but the homes really are magnificent down there).