Hot House: 5111 Springlake Way, Baltimore, 21212 MD
Stone Tudor style house, circa 1930 with slate roof, brick chimneys, copper gutters. Recent renovation. Six bedrooms 4.5 baths over 4,500 square feet. Hardwood floors, many original architectural features. Grand entrance hall with wrought iron stair rail, arched doorways, living room with stone fireplace and french doors, dining room, den, stone sunroom, clubroom with fieldstone wet bar. Gourmet kitchen with black La Cornue stove, marble counters, and island, beamed ceiling. Large master bedroom suite with luxury bathroom. Two-car attached garage, second floor stone patio, bluestone patio with enclosed pond. Three-quarter acre landscaped lot: $1,265,000 Read More →
WEDNESDAY, April 13 11:30 – 1:30 pm
5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
Hot House: 1 Goodale Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
Stone Cape Cod style house, with slate roof and wings on either side, circa 1951. Four bedrooms, 4 baths over 3,565 sq. ft. First floor en suite master bedroom, formal living and dining rooms, large new gourmet kitchen w/gas fireplace, granite counters, high-end appliances. Library/family room, sunroom, partially finished basement, zoned central a/c. Large landscaped lot with extensive stonework. Attached 2-car garage plus off street parking pad on .63 acre lot : $975,000 Read More →
Sunday, February 22
1 – 3 pm
New Price: $527,500
5703 Saint Albans Way, Homeland
3 bedroom(s), 3.5 bathroom(s)
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Hot House: 214 Goodale Road, Baltimore 21212
Stone and stucco, French country style house, designed by Palmer-Lamdin, circa 1929. Four bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths over three stories, 4,144 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, crown moldings, large family room with gas fireplace, den, living room with fireplace, dining room and eat in kitchen/granite counters, mudroom. Large master suite with walk in closets, sep. glass shower. Semi-finished basement, 2 car detached garage, central a/c: $874,500. Read More →
from the Whit Harvey Group Blog:
The holidays are over. The tree is at the curb, decorations packed away for another year and all that’s left is a pile of pine needles and the faint scent of cedar boughs. This time of year can be a bit depressing. Despite the fact that the days are getting longer, the cold weather and frozen ground discourages many outdoor activities, including gardening and addressing the curb appeal of a home.
But if you are planning on selling your home this spring or summer, NOW is the time to start the staging process inside.
I recently spoke with Caryl Siems, whose company Senior Move Success provides staging and move management services for several realtors and their clients in the Baltimore area, including the Whit Harvey Group. Her advice? Start now. Start by organizing and clearing out. Click to view more.
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