Hot House: 1104 High Country Road, Towson, MD 21286
Late Modernist “Deck House,” circa 1971, with cedar siding and shingle roof, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths over two levels and 3,318 sq. ft. Post-and-beam construction with mahogany beams and vaulted cedar ceilings. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, walls of windows, hardwood floors on main floor. Open-plan living and dining room with raised hearth fireplace, burled wood built-in cabinets, cathedral ceiling and wooded views. Kitchen has Quebec cherry cabinets, granite counters and island, Sub-Zero fridge. Main floor master suite with walk-in closet and jetted tub overlooking woods. Large lower-level family room with gas fireplace, built-in book cases bedroom, storage room w/ cedar closet, bathroom with steam shower and separate office. Numerous decks, bluestone patio, gardens on 1.04 acres: $595,000
I had lunch recently with Carter Harvey at Atwater’s in Belvedere Square. We got together to discuss his views on starting out in the Real Estate industry (it can be difficult), how he generates new business (still exploring options) and what it is like working with his father, Whit Harvey (great!). Read More →
The Baltimore Business Journal recently convened “The Future of Owings Mills,” a panel discussion with Councilwoman Vicki Almond, Stevenson University president Kevin Manning and real estate developers Brian Gibbons of Greenberg Gibbons, and Howard Brown of David S. Brown Enterprises.
The event, hosted at the Owings Mills Jewish Community Center and attended by area illuminati, cognoscenti, and glitterati (I don’t know what any of these words mean) was billed as: “Owings Mills is not about the dead mall anymore. This Baltimore County suburb is hot.”
My closet is now one of my favorite rooms. I love the well organized rows, the hangers all at a certain angle. Read More →
Hot House: 700 Cathedral Street #202, Baltimore, MD 21201
One bedroom condo in historic Decatur Miller mansion, circa 1853, brick structure faced in brownstone, designed by Niernsee & Neilson in the Italian Renaissance style. Building has marble entrance lobby, original stained glass skylight, dramatic curved staircase, elevator to all floors. The 1,200 sq. ft. apartment is in pristine condition. One bedroom, 2 baths, huge living room, large bedroom with 11-ft. pocket doors, demi-lune library with curved wall of windows facing south and west. Modern granite kitchen and bathrooms. Grand scale rooms with operable arched windows, 14-ft. hand-painted fresco ceilings with ornate moldings and gilt fretwork, original marble fireplace mantels, massive gilded mirrors, hardwood floors. On lower level, 12×20′ storage room with exercise space: $495,000 Read More →
Buying a home has its vastly rewarding moments, of course, but it can also be a long road paved with sinkhole-size regrets. Read More →
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