Hot House: 904 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore 21202
Former provisions warehouse, circa 1920, in painted brick with glass block windows and triple membrane rubber roof. Features 4,435 sq. ft. over two levels, with 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, commercial kitchen, two wood-burning stoves, office, separate laundry area. Commercial grade HVAC w/central air, security system, large roof deck. Commercial rollup garage door, interior accommodates 6 cars. Hybrid zoning offers multiple use options: $1,200,000 Read More →
ABBY COBB , REALTOR
Join the folks at 2 East Wells for a Sunset Toast, and enjoy one of the best views in the city.
Hot House: 7530 Bellona Avenue, Ruxton, MD 21212
Colonial-type house, wood frame with cedar shingles, asphalt roof, circa 1920 –remodeled 2010. Three bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,450 sq. ft. over two levels, with unfinished basement. Open plan living-dining-kitchen, rear wall-of-windows, private master suite, large two story deck, hardwood floors, central a/c. Private backyard with two car garage: $489,000 Read More →
Many people don’t know about the secluded community located just off of Lake Avenue between Boy’s Latin School and the Elkridge Club. Just over the line into Baltimore County, Lakehurst Drive is a no-through loop, and traffic is kept at a minimum along the tree-lined streets. The neighborhood has a variety of houses of differing styles, but there is no other even remotely like the home nestled down at the end of Overlook Lane.
You might be deceived by the lovely yet unassuming front – don’t be – this home is much larger than it first appears! There are four charming, generously sized bedrooms, two on the main level, each with their own bath, and two with a shared bath on the second level. Click to read more.
Live Baltimore will host its fourth homebuying incentive event of 2015, from which ten $5,000 downpayment and closing cost grants will be made available. The event will include walking tours of Northwest Baltimore’s historic Ashburton neighborhood; as well as a city-living fair with representatives from Baltimore City Housing, the State of Maryland, mortgage lenders, real estate brokerages, and area neighborhood groups. For the first time, tours will be self-guided— featuring recorded narrations via ‘Guide by Cell’ technology.
WHAT: City Living Starts Here: $5,000 Homebuying Incentive Event
WHO: Live Baltimore, in partnership with Baltimore City Housing
WHEN: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, July 18, 2015
WHERE: United House of Prayer for All People, 3401 Edgewood Rd, Baltimore, 21215
WHY: Attendance at this event makes homebuyers eligible to apply for $5,000 in downpayment and closing cost assistance from the City of Baltimore. The ten incentives available through this event may be used anywhere in the city. The cost to attend is $10 with online registration at LiveBaltimore.com or at the door. Full incentive details are available at LiveBaltimore.com.
City Living Starts Here is a homebuying incentive included in the City of Baltimore’s B-HiP Initiative.
Reporters, photographers, and camera crews are welcome.
About Live Baltimore
Live Baltimore is a nationally recognized, independent nonprofit organization committed to promoting the benefits of Baltimore City living. Each year, Live Baltimore provides thousands of individuals with information on the city’s 250+ neighborhoods, rental living options, homebuying incentive programs, historic tax credits, and more. For more information, visit LiveBaltimore.com.
PRONUNCIATION NOTE: Live Baltimore’s name is pronounced with a short “I” sound, as in “I live in Baltimore City.”
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