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Old World Details + Top-Notch Rehab = New World Gem in Mt. Vernon

4 Written by: | Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013 9:14am

Hot House: 700 Washington Place, Mt. Vernon, Baltimore, MD 21201

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american land titleSpacious luxury co-op in historic 1906 Beaux Arts building. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,083 sq. ft., with floor-to-ceiling windows and bowed double living room. Views of Washington Monument, park and church.  Recently renovated by architect Jim Suttner. New gourmet kitchen. New master suite with custom dressing room and bath: $850,000

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What: A unique property in a coveted Mt. Vernon building. In New York real estate terms, apartment is a “classic seven” — meaning a living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and one additional room. Here, the living room is a double — the seventh room.  Current owners just bought a house on Monument Street around the corner, leaving the just-completed, custom renovations for the new buyer. It was a high-end project. Kitchen and bath have marble floors and counters. Master dressing room has tons of storage in cleverly designed drawers and closets. But it’s the old stuff that really makes the place special, and it’s loaded with original mahogany carvings, decorative plasterwork, baroque doorknobs, marble mantels and chandeliers of a quality almost never found today,  even in pre-war buildings. Hardwood floors, two fireplaces, central air.

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Where:  700 Washington Place is on Charles Street, at the corner of Monument, directly across from the Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church and next door to the Stafford, where F. Scott Fitzgerald stayed while Zelda was being treated at Sheppard Pratt. Listed on the National Historic Registry, Washington Place is right at Baltimore’s cultural center. Music from the Peabody tinkles in the air. The Walters is across the Square. Shop at Milk and Honey, Eddie’s, eat at Georges, Marie Louise Bistro, the new Chesapeake, drink at Brewer’s Art, the Red Maple. “Walking score” here is 97%.

Why: Large windows and 10’ceilings make the most of the views and natural light.

Why Not:  For a luxury building, the lobby staff could be more professional (e.g., maintenance guys playing phone games in lobby chairs).

Would Suit: Urban professionals, Maryland Historic Society members.

NB:  No parking space with this condo, but plenty of spaces for sale or rent nearby.

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Hot House is sponsored by Towson-based American Land Title Corporation, commercial and residential settlement agents.

Leave a Reply

  • James Magruder

    Thirteen years ago my partner and I looked at a similar 3BR, 2 bath unit in the building. It was 95K. What they’re not mentioning is how astronomical the monthly assessment is.

  • Ted

    Also – important to note that this is a co-op, not a condo. There are major differences between the two.

  • Regina Minnss

    As mentioned in a previous email, these units are co-ops. Co-ops tend to have much higher monthly fees, but tend to include taxes, & heat, as well as some standard condo fees like water, maintenance of common areas, insurance, etc.

    Also, the fireplaces are not wood, and it is required by the building that they are not made operable.

    In spite of this incorrect information, the units are extremely nice; esp. if they’ve been renovated. I sold one years back in the high 80K…what a deal that was !!!!

    • cynthia

      Regina and Ted are correct, it’s a co-op not a condo, and the fees are high (James!) . Regina also right about fireplaces. Sorry.



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