Privately located in the Falls Road corridor of Reisterstown, this tidy three-bedroom home strikes the perfect balance between outdoor and indoor living – and everything in between. Take for instance the sunroom that opens from the family room: three walls of casement windows and a vaulted ceiling with skylights make this the perfect all season hangout spot when you want to enjoy the outdoors without extremes in temperature. We can just picture snow falling outside the windows, while a fire crackles in the family room, or a warm spring day with all the windows open to let in the fresh air.
Do you dream of a screened porch on those buggy summer days and evenings? We do. And this is a dream of a porch. Ceiling fans and skylights make it bright and comfortable – perfect for lounging or eating – and in this private setting, it would also make a wonderful sleeping porch. Nestled between these two great rooms is a private deck for sunning or alfresco dining.
Rounding out the pretty much perfect porches is a large, level yard for outdoor play or entertaining.
The house itself is not too large and not too small. With formal living and dining rooms there is plenty of space for entertaining, and the family room adjoining the kitchen and sunroom features a unique curved brick fireplace with raised hearth and log storage. Click to read entire article.
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