The latest sinkhole to open up in the Baltimore area took a car in with it. Read More →
Take a walk through “The Forge”, as residents call it, and you can see why the people who live here love it. The shady sidewalks are lined with trees, neighbors are friendly, and there are a surprising variety of homes, despite the fact that they may look alike from the outside.
My husband and I raised our two children in one of the large 5-bedroom end of groups. We were there for 13 years, and then on a whim bought a fixer-upper in Towson. After 5 years in that house, we downsized and moved back to the Forge to a smaller middle-group.
Because I work from home, I needed to have a space for my studio that would accommodate both my husband and me. I needed to find something that was bright, airy, and welcoming – a space that would inspire. Click to Read More.
Notes from Claudia O’Hara- Realtor: NEW PRICE!This awesome 4br. 4.5ba. Toll Bros. home has many builder and owner upgrades. The gourmet eat- in- kitchen is equipped w/Viking and Subzero appliances, gleaming hardwoods, exceptional moldings, sun room and 1st floor office. The master has it’s own sitting room and gorgeous built in’s. An exceptional patio area completes this stunning home. Minutes to 83 and to the Hunt Valley TC. Click to view more.
1121 Hunt Creek Ln, Sparks
4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Bathrooms
Drive down most streets in Rodgers Forge, a quaint row house community just north of the city line, and you have to take care not to sideswipe the cars parked bumper to bumper on either side of the street, or the kids darting back and forth, or the adults buckling their infants into car seats.
With no driveways and tiny patches of grass that pass as backyards, the neighborhood’s primary, precious open space is located in the center of the neighborhood at the elementary and middle schools that stand side by side on Dumbarton Road: Rodgers Forge Elementary and Dumbarton Middle School. Read More →
6423 Pinehurst Road, Baltimore
3 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
From the realtor’s website: Extra wide superb semi-detached in Rodgers Forge in West Towson Elem district. Huge yard, fully fenced with covered front and rear porches. Updated kitchen with SS appliances, tons of storage in cabinets, & extra shelving. Gorgeous hardwood floors. Fully finished LL with plush carpeting. Two built in corner cabinets in DR, plus wainscoting on DR walls & up steps to second level. BR 2 has 3 closets.
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Last night, Anderson Cooper profiled Baltimore’s Michael Phelps, who grew up in Rodgers Forge, on “60 Minutes” about the Olympic champ’s early struggles with his new found fame and finding the fire within to go for the gold again.
Cooper, who challenged Phelps to a one lap race when he interviewed him in 2008, again tested his swimming skills against Phelps. Last time, Cooper lost, comparing the race to competing against a dolphin.
They raced again, this time with their clothes on playing Phelps’s new video game.
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