Everyone knows that row houses are an iconic part of Baltimore architecture. But did you know that there are at least 16 different types of row house styles found around town?
The Baltimore Chop has just published an amazing, informative “reference guide to Baltimore row house types,” which details everything from the classic federal style, one of the oldest row house styles still found in Baltimore:
to the two-story-and-attic:
to the lovely Greek Revivals found in Mt. Vernon:
There are more than a dozen other types; see the full list here. You’ll probably see some houses you recognize!
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