16501 York Road, Monkton
5 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
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Baltimore joins other global cities in opening the doors to buildings regularly seen, but seldom entered, at its first “Doors Open” event, a citywide tour of Baltimore Architecture Month, sponsored by AIABaltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, with the support of Free Fall Baltimore.
Ever driven by a building and wondered what it looks like inside? Now’s your chance to get a glimpse! On Saturday, October 25 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m., Baltimore Architecture Month will host the first ever Doors Open Baltimore. The one-day free event welcomes the public to tour buildings not typically open to the public, including the Phoenix Shot Tower, the Latrobe Spring House at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Design School, Mill No. 1 and dozens of other locations throughout the city, from Locust Point to Mount Washington. The tours are open to the public and free to attend.
Hot House: 405 Chatolanee Hill Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117
Brick Georgian colonial style house with slate roof, circa 1930, with more recent two-story wing additions on both sides. Six bedrooms, 5.5 baths, over three levels. Luxurious master suite. Cook’s kitchen, breakfast room overlooking pool, library/family room with wet bar, fireplace and French doors opening to private, landscaped four acres. Very fine gardens with hardscaping and attached garage: $1,995,000 Read More →
217 Collington Avenue South, Upper Fells Point
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
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From Pigtown Design – During lunch, I try and get out of the office, either to take a walk, or just drive around the area near my office. It’s an area that’s often overlooked, because, it’s where much of The Wire took place, and probably isn’t the safest area in the city. But I am driving around in broad daylight, with the windows up and the car doors locked.
Anyway… as I was exploring this week, and looking for another old abandoned mansion, I came across this mansion.
It literally stopped me in my tracks. I jammed on the brakes and pulled over to take some pictures of it. It just broke my heart because I could still see that it had, once upon a time, been a beautiful classically built house.
6 Bedrooms, 6.5 Baths
Sun filled newly furnished & remodeled home on a corner lot one off the Ocean in a prestigious gated community. Expansive parking & 6 en-suite bedrooms.With Ocean views, dramatic great room & sundeck, this home is perfect for entertaining at the beach.
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a statistical analysis of housing costs recently, everyone flipped out because results showed that DC is a more expensive city to live in than New York. That is indeed surprising (and also more complicated than it seems on the surface). But we here at Baltimore Fishbowl were shocked by another data point that the survey revealed.
The block-size lot southwest of St. Paul and 33rd Streets in Charles Village has sat vacant for years after a planned development went belly-up during the 2008-2009 financial crisis. With the economy creaking back to life, though, it’s looking like that empty space will soon be filled by a mixed-use development project including retail space, apartments, restaurants, and parking, and which may be under construction as soon as this spring.
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