In 2008, the sudden closure of Mt. Washington’s Northwest Ice Rink after 50 years in operation stunned the skating community and provoked speculation about the future of the aging facility. After a lengthy period of dormancy, the building under the Smith Avenue Bridge on Cottonworth Avenue will re-open with a completely renovated interior and a new owner whose signs are becoming increasingly familiar in Baltimore.
Hot House: 509 Hawthorn Road, Baltimore, 21210
Victorian-style cedar shingle house, circa 1900, complete and recent renovation inside and out. Four to five bedrooms, three full and one half bath over 3,326 sq. ft. with a semi-finished basement. New asphalt shingle roof 2011, new mains water line, all new Marvin windows, exterior and interior paint. Open living dining room with built-in office. New kitchen with Silestone island and counters, main floor laundry room off kitchen. Large master suite with custom dressing room. All new bathrooms with glass showers, separate tub. Central air, whole house security system, generator. Fenced backyard with 2-car parking pad on .25 acre property: $899,000
The Sun’s Sarah Gantz reported yesterday the city’s paper of record is leaving its downtown office and is on the verge of renovating space in its Port Covington printing plant to accommodate a state-of-the-art newsroom.
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Imagine you have $599,000 to spend on a house and you can’t decide between living in Baltimore City or Baltimore County. These two houses are a snapshot of what the market looks like right now. Have a look, there are more photos online. Tell us what you think, and what your considerations would be. Only one can win …
Hot House #1: 314 Northfield Place, Baltimore 21210
French Provencal style home, circa 1929, in stucco with slate roof. Four bedrooms, three and a half baths over 3,015 sq. ft., in fair condition. Hardwood floors, fireplace, marble bath, master suite, basement bar. Landscaped .3 acre lot with detached two-car garage: $599,000
Renowned local floral designer and real estate agent Jake Boone is known for his extraordinary Christmas decorations. Over the years, they have been featured in Baltimore Magazine, Baltimore Style, and The Baltimore Sun.
“Each Christmas,” says Jake, “in between tending to the needs of my real estate clients, the goal at my house is to create a dazzling, bright and vibrant montage…a would-be wonderland!