On Wednesday, November 11 you are invited to a Hard Hat Tour from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Let us show you the beautiful renovations that are taking place in the Linden Park Senior Community. Read More →
Research shows that the healthiest way to age is to remain active as long as possible. What better way to do so than to live in a walkable community with beautiful gardens, plenty of social activity, and a lifestyle that encourages engagement and wellness?
Linden Park Senior Living community offers seniors a maintenance-free lifestyle with newly renovated efficiency, one, and two bedroom apartments just steps from the historic Bolton Hill neighborhood. With solarium seating overlooking private gardens, a library, media and game room, and a fitness center on hand, residents have everything needed to feel at home (or at a resort).
Relaxing is made easy with seating lounges on every floor, offering plenty of space for neighbors to socialize. There’s even a computer lounge where dwellers can log on and surf the internet, handle business or Skype with family.
While Bolton Hill is a lovely walking community, residents don’t even have to leave the building to have their hair and nails done, as they can take advantage of the onsite salon. There’s even a health and wellness suite in the building, eliminating the hassle of getting routine medical care.
Residents love the large roomy floor plans, with universal design features to accommodate aging in one place. There are energy-efficient laundry areas on every floor – making that chore a little easier.
One of the biggest challenges in apartment living is hosting the family for gatherings and holidays. Linden Park’s got that covered with a new community room equipped with a catering kitchen and private dining and events space.
The most unexpected, yet rewarding, change that residents can look forward to is the community programs full of activities that engage with something for everyone. Favorite activities include: arts – ceramics, dance, visual arts; fitness – chair exercises, line dancing; programs specifically for veterans; community gardening; health workshops and education; and community-building events like games, movie nights, BBQ, karaoke, holiday celebrations and more. The events are a hit among residents and their families, as well as the community who often join in.
All right, so you’re on board and ready to join the party, but still have a million questions about the ‘unsexy’ business of moving? Here are some features at Linden Park to allay your worries: free on-site parking, utilities included, front-desk staffed 24-hours per day, reduced-rate medical alert system, and on-site resident services staff to provide programs to connect residents with services in the community.
Interested? Attend the Application Day:
When: Thursday, November 5th, 10:00 am -2:00 pm
Where: Memorial Episcopal Church, 1407 Bolton Street, Baltimore 21217
Call for more information: 855-811-1987 or visit www.LindenParkApartments.com
An Equal Housing Opportunity Community
Hot House: 1603 Bolton Street, Baltimore MD 21217
Victorian townhouse, circa 1900, brick with wood trim. Three thousand six hundred sq. ft. over three levels, partially finished English basement. Structurally sound, new roof, plumbing, plaster, needs cosmetic work. Four bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths. Downstairs kitchen, renovated 2012 with original cast iron stove. Original architectural details include whole house skylight, mirrors, staircase, pocket doors, plaster moldings, marble fireplace mantles, hardwood floors throughout. Small garden with room for 2 car parking pad. No central a/c: $537,000 Read More →
Hot House: 1419 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, 21217 MD
Charleston colonial, circa 1865, in white painted brick with front and side porches and built up roof. Four bedrooms, 3.5 baths over three levels and 4,701 sq. ft. Recently renovated with large rooms, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, living and dining rooms with fireplace, billiards room, office, master bedroom suite with walk in closet. Fenced garden, unfinished basement, central A/C: $599,000 Read More →
Hot House: 1404 West Mount Royal Avenue, Bolton Hill, MD 21217
Victorian townhouse with rounded bay windows and decorative cornice, in stone and brick with asphalt roof. Five bedrooms, 2.5 baths over three stories, 2,790 square feet. 12’ ceilings on ground floor, solid plaster walls, many original architectural features. Hardwood floors, four fireplaces, exposed brick walls. Re-wired, re-roofed, re-insulated, quiet. Recent steam boiler. Third floor master bedroom, second floor game room. Multiple rear balconies. Central a/c. Gated back garden with herringbone brickwork. Parking pad for one car. Backs to park, trees: $399,000 Read More →
List Price: $550,000
5 BR, 4 BA
Current owner loved this stoic town home. Almost completely renovated in 2007/08, the home has all of the modern luxuries one could ask for, including a gourmet kitchen, beautiful baths, and updated systems. The beautiful historical details of the home were lovingly preserved, maintaining one of the biggest attractions to this neighborhood- the architectural craftsmanship.
Hot House: 1424 Bolton Street, Baltimore, MD 21217
Brick Georgian-style townhouse, circa 1920, with recent rubberized roof. 3,770 sq. ft. over 4 levels, including unfinished basement. 4 bedrooms (two master suites), large custom walk-in closet, 3 full baths, office, upstairs sitting room, living room, dining room, kitchen leads to back garden. Custom wine cellar, Central a/c, completely wired for home-run distro audio data, voice and video: $650,000 Read More →
We love following local fashion designers and tastemakers. It combines a life-long passion for couture with our dedication to supporting local culture and small business. Plus, in recent years, Baltimore has only grown as a hotspot where young creative geniuses can start a life and make their visions thrive. So thank goodness someone had the bright idea a few years ago to start up Fashion Awards MD—an award night that highlights, celebrates and recognizes the talents of those who have made contributions to the fashion industry in the state of Maryland and beyond. This year will be the third of its kind; last year’s events both sold out (of course), so take it from us: if local fashion is your thing, get those tickets today. Read More →
The 2014 Maryland Film Festival is still a ways off, but regardless, this week we get a unique opportunity to catch a new film by one of our favorite local multimedia artists– Stephanie Barber. If you’re not familiar with Barber’s work, this week’s screening of her new film, Daredevils could be a great introduction. Her narratives dance between being weighted in play, emotionalism, story, and humor. All throughout, bubbles of intimacy are blown and popped, and begin to be blown again. It’s not quite your traditional narrative film, but it’s not just video art, either. If this sounds like the kind of unpredictable type of cinema you crave, be sure to catch it at this week’s special screening at Falvey Hall in MICA’s Brown Center. Read More →
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