Hot House: 4828 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210
Italian-style stucco house, circa 1900, with portico and large sunroom. Eight bedrooms, 3.5 baths over three levels. About 4,840 sq. ft., in good condition with hardwood floors, leaded-glass windows, original architectural details. Large formal living room and dining rooms with fireplace and columned archway. Large eat-in kitchen, den and glass sunroom running the full width of the house. Master bedroom suite upstairs with three more bedrooms and bath. Four large bedrooms and bath on the third floor. Unfinished basement, elevator, zoned central a/c. .41 acres: $740,000
The 112-member Class of 2016 faced stormy weather on Sunday, June 5, for the Founders Day exercises that marked the end of their time as Gilman students. The threat of thunderstorms led to a decision to move the exercises indoors, which, despite the swelter inside the Redmond C.S. Finney Arena, provided wise as rain pelted the ceiling about 40 minutes into the ceremony. The nimble move seems apt for the Class of 2016, characterized by its valedictorian, Luigi Nicholas Mangione, as inventive, with “incredible courage to explore the unknown and try new things.” Read More →
On a recent Sunday, I attended the 100th birthday celebration of a house on Elmwood Road in Roland Park. Although I’d been to the house before, I had not been there during the daytime since childhood. Read More →
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One Baltimore couple is getting “his and hers” honorary degrees from Johns Hopkins University today.
Filmmaker Spike Lee may be doing the heavy lifting when he gives the keynote speech and receives an honorary degree at Hopkins 140th commencement ceremony, but seven others will receive honorary degrees as well, including longtime Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Ellen Heller and her husband, attorney Shale Stiller from Roland Park who have made contributions in the fields of law and philanthropy.
When we say that this contemporary in North Roland Park is hard to find, we mean that literally. Aside from the fact that the one-level layout of this home is unique to the area, it is also hidden away on one of the prettiest streets in Baltimore. Read More →
A representative for Baltimore City Public Schools says administrators plan to put a “luxury designer shingle” on the roof of Roland Park Elementary/Middle School and don’t intend to use the historically-appropriate clay tiles that the community prefers. Read More →
In a city where some public schools don’t even have working water fountains, should the school system spend $1 million to put a historically-accurate clay tile roof on a school in Roland Park?
That was the issue debated Wednesday night during the monthly meeting of the Roland Park Civic League, the community organization whose jurisdiction includes the Roland Park Elementary/Middle School at 5207 Roland Avenue. Read More →
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