Tag: Notting Hill

Hot House: 1906 Tudor on Private, Olmstead-Designed Park, $784.5K

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Hot House: 8 Englewood Road, Baltimore, MD 21210

Tudor style stucco house, circa 1906, with new architectural shingle roof. Backs to private, communal gardens. Five bedrooms, three full, two half baths over 4,473 sq. ft. Entrance foyer with three-story staircase, living room with wood-burning fireplace, sunroom, separate dining room, spacious eat-in kitchen with high-end appliances, large master suite with dressing room and custom built-ins, third-floor guest room. Hardwood floors throughout, central air, detached garage, landscaped, .33 acre lot: $784,500


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House Hunting Fantasy: A Three-Bedroom Maisonette In London, Where House Prices Rise By The Day

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Hot House: 132 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 

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Four story maisonette* in stucco terraced house with balcony and elevator. Three bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 2,057 sq. ft. Private front entrance, large ground floor kitchen and dining room, upstairs living room with floor to ceiling windows, office. Three bedrooms upstairs, top floor master has en suite bath and dressing room: £3,400,000 ($5,684,307)

What: At the end of August , there’s not much going on in the Baltimore real estate market. But never mind, we’ve found a perfect second home in Notting Hill, everyone’s favorite London neighborhood . A spacious three bedroom, it has a ground floor entrance hall, with a big sunny kitchen and separate dining room –(also a half bath, under the stairs).  Second floor  “reception” is a beautiful room, at once modern and traditional, with period moldings, built-in shelves and huge windows overlooking balcony and street. There’s a separate, smaller office/family room at the back. Upstairs, two nice sized bedrooms and full modern bath. Top floor master is luxurious. If you can’t be in Baltimore, it’s a nice option.