313 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills
6 bedroom(s), 6 bathroom(s)
5,044 square feet
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Spring brings with it the gardener’s checklist: Clearing out the remains of winter, tending to those brave bulbs that brought forth the hint that warmer days were upon us, and of course, garden planning and annuals planting. The Garden Festival at Ladew is always a special treat. An opportunity to gain valuable advice from industry experts and an incredible sale on rare plants and ornaments that allow your imagination to entertain all possibilities. Spending the day traipsing through spectacular and inspiring gardens is just a bonus! Special offer for Baltimore Viewers: Enter a comment below for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the festival! Good luck- we hope you win…
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Join us at the Ladew Garden Festival to shop from an exclusive collection of more than 40 unique vendors featuring hard to find perennials and annuals, unusual exotics and container specialties, plus decorative furniture, urns, statuary, and other architectural treasures.
Widely-recognized as an authority on antique garden ornaments, Barbara Israel, will host Garden Festival as this year’s Honorary Chair and Guest Lecturer.
The Direct Mortgage Loans Sweet16 Pledge compresses the process to just 16 days. The appraisal management firm is local – not nationally-based like most banks and credit unions. The in-house processing and underwriting keeps things moving at top speed for you and your buyer.
2 Woodward Lane, Lutherville Timonium
5 bedroom(s), 8 bathroom(s)
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812 Park Avenue, Mount Vernon
10 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
10,210 square feet
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Hot House: 7206 Bellona Avenue, Ruxton, Baltimore, 21204
Provencal style mansion in stucco with slate roof and copper trim, circa 1923, with later addition. Five bedrooms, 5 baths, 4,906 sq. feet over 3 stories. Marble foyer, formal living room with stone fireplace, formal dining room, sun room. Trish Houk custom kitchen leads to family room w fireplace, master suite w/ fireplace, separate spa tub, shower. Stone hardscaping and patio, unfinished basement, sound and security systems, heated 2-car garage, extensive landscaping with mature plantings on 2.5 acres: $2,595,000 Read More →
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake thinks that Fells Point’s historic police-station-turned-apartment-building reminds residents of the “charm we all love so much about Baltimore.” But hopefully some of that police-station mojo has been lost. I mean, who wants to spend the night there?
Originally envisioned as luxury condos, Fells Point Station opened as a mixed-income project (though their slogan is “the definition of luxury”). 70 percent of the one- and two-bedroom units are income-based (qualifying tenants pay 30 percent of their income); the rest are leased at market rate, between $900 and $1,400 a month. Read More →
Buying Into Baltimore is a Homebuying Incentive Event. It offers participants a chance to meet with real estate experts and community organizations, sit in on homebuying workshops, take a narrated bus tour of Baltimore neighborhoods, preview homes for sale, AND become eligible for $5,000 in downpayment and closing cost assistance toward the purchase of a home, anywhere in Baltimore City!
From The Whit Harvey Group Blog:
What do you hear when you are having your coffee in the morning? How about from your yard, bedroom, or home office? At 621 Benston Place you can hear the sounds of birds singing in the large trees that edge the property, the fountain on the stone patio, neighborhood children playing, and cheering from the Gilman School field that is 280 steps away, just across Northern Parkway. Read More →
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