Gothic-style former church, designed by Charles Cassell, marble block with slate roof, circa 1875. Complete, high-end, interior renovation into three-story, 5,100 sq. ft., 5 bed, 3 bath home. Cathedral ceilings, original lancet windows, skylights, sky bridge, atrium, large formal and informal entertaining spaces in open area floor plan. Gourmet kitchen with quartz countertops, island, Aga stove. Built-ins, hardwood floors. Large basement with rock-climbing wall and workshop. Wrought iron fencing, off-street parking, landscaped and fenced back garden: $1,250,000.
Baltimore has one less pizza spot to patronize.
The development firm picked 10 years ago to renovate a sprawling, crumbling complex of state government offices near Bolton Hill is suing the State of Maryland over its a to void their agreement.
Halloween this year made for some spooky behavior from some of Baltimore’s teenagers. Police say they’ve nabbed six teens in assorted robbery and carjacking incidents from this past Sunday and Monday.
AARP Maryland and Attorney General Brian Frosh Team Up to Fight Fraud: Scam Jam and Paper Shred at Linden Park Apts., Thursday, Oct. 20
Scam Jam and Paper Shred at Linden Park Apts., October 20 at 10 am
Scammers and identity thieves steal billions from Americans every year, and seniors may be especially vulnerable. That’s why AARP Fraud Watch Network and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office are hosting a free presentation for area residents on how to spot and avoid identity theft and fraud. Read More →
Hot House: 1612 Bolton Street, Baltimore, 21217
Federal style townhouse in painted brick with wood trim, circa 1920 (possibly older) , with new membrane roof. Four bedrooms, 3 full baths over 4,200 sq. ft., with third floor in-law suite and unfinished basement. Original historic details w/minimalist modern renovation. Entrance foyer, living room, sitting room, family room, large lower level kitchen, master bedroom, third floor in-law suite. Hardwood floors throughout, original mantels, ornate fireplace stove, plaster details, unfinished plaster walls. Deep garden with room for 2-car parking. No central air: $445,000 Read More →
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