Cathy Evans

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Imagination Meets Renovation

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Whit Harvey 1925 Grenspring 1 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take what was once a commercial or public space and reimagine it as the home of your dreams? There is a lot of that going on in Baltimore right now – old mills are being converted into condominiums and warehouses are becoming artist work/live spaces. How about a decommissioned church?

Unique Home in Fells Point. Everything you want, nothing you don’t.

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When I think of Fells Point, I think of my 20s, when my friends and I would barhop, go to the Fells Point Festival, and enjoy day drinking with a view. That was a long time ago, but Fells Point is still a destination for fine restaurants, shopping and nightlife – the question is, what would it be like to live there? How’s the parking? Will I be kept up all night by noisy pedestrians?  

Featured Hot Listing: Summer Staycation Paradise

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Whit Harvey Group Featured Property 5.25

Are you looking for a retreat from the everyday, a special place to call your own that is far from the madding crowd, yet convenient to all that Baltimore has to offer? Look no further – this spectacular gated home is located on 3 private acres near Lake Roland.

One-of-a-Kind Home Seeks One-of-a-Kind Buyer

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Whit Harvey Group Featured Listing May 10

Are you looking for a retreat from the everyday, a special place to call your own that is far from the madding crowd, yet convenient to all that Baltimore has to offer? Look no further – this spectacular gated home is located on 3 private acres near Lake Roland.

Featured Listings: A converted school house, a zen retreat and a peek inside two Rodgers Forge kitchens

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A Peek Inside Two Rodgers Forge Kitchens

The brick Rodgers Forge row homes may look similar from the exterior, but inside they can be very different.

I love that, and don’t want to take it down

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Your realtor has just told you that you need to take down the family portrait that hangs over the fireplace. The stager wants you to remove all the wedding photos in silver frames that you have arranged on the table in the family room, and by the way, that collection of masks and embroidered wall hangings that you’ve collected on your travels also must go.

“But why?” you wail, “I love all those things. It’s what makes the house our home!”

Artist Residence: Mark Adams Studio

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French chateau, mini castle, fairytale cottage – when asked what the inspiration was for his custom-built home in Sparks, Mark Adams promptly replies, “Hogwarts.”

7 Pricing Myths to Stop Believing If You Ever Hope to Sell Your House

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Last week I wrote about how Whit Harvey wants his clients to succeed, and that pricing a home is often the sticking point with potential clients when they select their listing agent. Today I was online and came upon an article by Cathie Erikson for Realtor.com about pricing.

Cleaning the 6 Most Neglected Spots in Your Kitchen!

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Every January I start to purge and clean, ready to start my new year with a newly cleaned house. So far I’ve taken a box of goodies that I no longer use to Goodwill, passed on some old pewterware to my daughter and have started bagging up old clothes to give away.

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