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Big Fish: Jackie Caldwell is On A Mission For Mondawmin

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Jaqueline Caldwell. Photo via the Annie E. Casey Foundation website.

As President of the Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council since 2012, Jacqueline (Jackie) Caldwell is the Godmother of Mondawmin — righting wrongs, fighting crime, improving housing, raising money, boosting spirits and attending meeting after meeting with elected officials to make sure Mondawmin is, in her words, “at the table and not on the menu.” That’s in her spare time. In her day job at the Annie E. Casey Foundation, she dispenses grant money to organizations central to the foundation’s mission.

Hot House: Laurence Fowler’s Handsome Tudor Masterpiece Asks $2.275M

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Hot House: 33 Warrenton Road, Baltimore 21218

Tudor mansion in brick and stone, circa 1919, with slate roof, limestone casements, leaded glass windows. Renovated and in excellent condition. Eight bedrooms, six full and two half baths over 7,816 sq. ft. Grand paneled entrance hall, oak library, covered porch, Trish Houck-designed gourmet chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, breakfast room with arched doors to terrace. Banquet-size dining room. Multiple fireplaces, abundant natural light.  Arcade enclosed oak stairway rises to deep bay window seat at landing.  Large master bedroom with ensuite marble bath, dressing room, sitting room. Picturesque grounds with specimen trees, hedgerows, stonework. Central air. Heated two-car garage: $2,275,000

Pinehurst Wine Shoppe Plans Expansion, New Restaurant

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Bob Schindler, the longtime owner of Pinehurst Wine Shoppe, has proposed a 1,400 square foot expansion of his building in North Baltimore to accommodate a new, family-style neighborhood restaurant. Initial concept and plans were introduced at a Bellona-Gittings community association meeting on October 29, where neighborhood reaction was “generally positive,” he says.

Hot House: Stevenson Methodist Church On Two Acres For Sale At $743,160

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Hot House: 1925 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD 21153

Gothic Revival style church, circa 1905, with three-story crenelated tower and multiple gables, in excellent condition. Two bedrooms, one bath. 3,066 sq. ft. living space with large, unfinished basement. Recent renovations include new roof and gutters, new furnace, back deck and flagstone patio, driveway, stone walkway, exterior Amish-made doors, replacement windows, repointed stones, four-car garage, central a/c. Many original architectural details, Gothic arched windows, stained glass, soaring cathedral ceilings, murals, wood trim. Mature specimen trees and landscaping with country views: $743,160

Hot House: A Row House On Hampden’s Fabled Christmas Street, $263K

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Hot House: 717 W. 34th Street, Hampden, Baltimore MD 21211

Victorian style row house, circa 1900, in brick and stucco, with rubber roof. Front bow window, large front porch,  back deck. Three bedrooms, one full bath over 1,124 sq. ft., with unfinished basement, floored attic. Recently renovated country-style kitchen with six burner stove, exposed brick, Corian counters and large island. Hardwood floors throughout. Private fenced yard with one-car garage and parking pad: $263,000

Hot House: Old Calvert Street Mansion Revamped Into Cool Work Space Asks $1.3M

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Hot House: 1001 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Three-story, brick, corner townhouse, circa 1900, with double bay windows at side and back. Complete 2013 historical renovation designed for office or residential use. Six bedrooms, two half and two full baths, 6,300 sq. ft. Large open floor plan. Original architectural features include 10′ ceilings, exceptional carved wood trim, marble fireplaces and hardwood floors. Sixty windows in total, double paned and insulated.   Large main floor rooms, dining room, industrial style kitchen and bathrooms. State-of-the-art HVAC, lighting, many technological upgrades. Central A/C.  Separate, lower level, above ground office space, additional 1,000 sq. ft.,  with separate entrance. Ten to 12 car parking lot. $1,300,000 (reduced from $1,499,950)

Hot House: Remington Townhouse In Prime Location, $75K Minimum Bid at Auction

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Hot House: 2811 Remington Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211

Brick, three-story townhouse, circa 1900, in fair condition, with built-up roof and full basement.  Three bedrooms, one full bathroom over 1,170 sq. ft. with small fenced front and rear gardens. Street parking. Public onsite auction September 6, at 11 am by Ashland Auction Group, LLC. Minimum bid: $75,000 (up from original minimum of $50,000) 

An Authentic Roland Parker: Unassuming Mansion in Prime Location Asks $1.295M

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Hot House: 105 St. Johns Road, Baltimore, MD 21210

Colonial Revival style with Arts and Crafts detailing, circa 1906. Frame construction with cedar shingles, back deck, and recent roof. Seven bedrooms, four full, two half baths, over 7,216 sq. ft. Original architectural features, extensive and fine wood trim, moldings, columns.  Large rooms, high ceilings, skylight, five fireplaces. Updated kitchen opens to an eat-in family room with deck overlooking trees. Butler’s pantry, formal living and dining rooms. Central air.Double hillside lot on cul-de-sac, 1.2 acres with mature trees: $1,295,000

Hot House: Idlewylde Bungalow Offers Holy Grail for Young Buyers

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Hot House: 1108 Overbrook Road, Idlewylde, Baltimore County, MD 21239

Wood frame bungalow, circa 1933, with back deck and front porch. Two bedrooms, two full baths over 1,625 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, remodeled eat-in kitchen and bath. Open plan living room, ground floor bedrooms, large floored attic, finished basement with laundry room, storage and full bath. New windows. New furnace and air conditioning (w/10 year warranty). Two car parking pad in rear (off alley), landscaped yard with mature trees: $279,000