On Tuesday, November 15 you can find out more about Gilman School and the value of an independent school education closer to your home. Read More →
Hot House: 4608 Roland Avenue, Baltimore MD 21210
Colonial center hall style wood-shingle house, circa 1891, with slate roof and two-story carriage house. Six bedrooms, 9.5 baths over 7,153 sq. ft. Complete high-end renovation in 2012. Entry hall, large living and dining rooms, library, sun room, gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, mahogany and granite island, breakfast bar, wine beverage cooler, warming drawer, dishwasher with extra drawers, many custom built-ins. Master bedroom w/en suite bath, soaking tub, separate shower, walk-in closets. Large, lower level rec room. Two wood burning and two gas fireplaces, 9′ ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, central a/c, security system. Half-acre landscaped lot with brick patio, parking for two cars: $1,295,000.
Families considering Gilman for their young student are invited to join us for a morning of discovery and fun. Register for a session that fits your schedule, and we look forward to sharing our amazing program. Read More →
Ah Roland Park…one of our favorite neighborhoods. You can stroll the tree-lined streets past gracious Georgian mansions, cedar-shingled Victorians, and enormous stone walled estates. Read More →
Roland Park residents have succeeded in their efforts to get the Baltimore City Council to restrict development on property owned by the Baltimore Country Club.
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Families considering Gilman’s Middle or Upper School are invited to discover Gilman. Read More →
Please join us on October 16 at 1:00 pm for a fun-filled day of exploration and learning. Read More →
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