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Second Chance Founder’s Repurposed, Reclaimed House

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Mark Foster, owner of the non-profit Second Chance.

Driving down Russell Street on the way out of Baltimore, it’s hard to miss the giant orange warehouse sign: WHAT IS AND WHAT CAN BE. This is the unofficial mission statement for the non-profit Second Chance. Its official mission: Retrain, Reclaim and Renew. That is, to retrain people, many just out of prison, for full employment; to reclaim building materials and architectural salvage for use in renovation and new construction, and to renew usable materials to help eliminate waste in the environment.

Hot House: Harbor Views, Dog Park, Pool and More, Make Locust Point’s Anthem House A Good Gig

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Hot House: Anthem House, 900 E. Fort Avenue, Locust Point, Baltimore, 21230

New built luxury mixed-use development in Locust Point.  Nine stories, 292 apartments, modern industrial styling.  Studios at 540 sq. ft., one bedrooms at 702 sq. ft.+, two bedrooms at 1,080 sq. ft.+.  Thirty different floor plans available, including some with additional den. All apartments have views.  Live/work/play design incorporates 4,000 sq. ft. resident-only fitness center opening to outdoor pool and overlooking the harbor. Also bocce court, coffee shop, bar, retail shops, lounge, dog park, outdoor space, outdoor kitchen/grill, clubroom and conference room, parking. All apartments feature wood floors, granite counters, high ceilings, large windows with views. High grade finishes, washer/dryers throughout. Parking, $150 per month: $1,695 – $5,000 

Hot House: Plain Jane Cottage With Pinterest Potential Asks $284K In Mt. Washington

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Hot House: 1318 Appleby Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209

Cottage style bungalow circa 1930 with cedar siding, front porch, and new roof. Two bedrooms, one full bath over 1,248 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, many original architectural details. Living room with nine-foot ceilings, book and media built-ins. Open plan kitchen with granite island and counters, stainless appliances, 42″ cherry cabinetry, pantry, and mudroom.  Master bedroom with large walk-in closet, second small bedroom. Updated bathroom. Covered back patio for entertaining, garden with mature trees and shed. Central air, unfinished basement: $284K

Hot House: Realtor Whit Harvey’s Stylish Devon Hill Condo Asks $698.5K

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Hot House: 7 Devon Hill Road, A-5, Baltimore, MD 21210

Garden level luxury condo in Devon Hill.  Two bedrooms, two baths, 1,890 sq. ft. New and complete renovation includes open floor plan, custom lighting, kitchen with custom cabinetry,  marble countertops and island, bathrooms with soaking tub and glass shower, high-end finishes throughout.  Walk out stone terrace with garden views. Covered parking for one car: $698.5K

Hot House: Fetching 1875 Fed Hill Charmer with Park and Harbor Views for $550K

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Hot House: 229 E. Montgomery Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Detached Federal-style corner house, circa 1875,  in painted brick. Front porch, back deck, roof deck with views of Inner Harbor. Three bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 1,746 sq. ft. Original hardwood floors, versatile ground-floor layout. Large back room on main floor with potential for first-floor ensuite master bedroom, office or gym. Kitchen with breakfast bar, separate dining room. Two full bedrooms and baths upstairs, with small additional room. Front garden with wrought iron fencing. Central air, street parking. $550,000

Big Fish: Sue Sadler, the New Head of the Bryn Mawr School, Is All About The Girls

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Bryn Mawr’s new head of school, Sue Sadler, with students at the start of the school year.

In her second week into the new school year, Sue Sadler seems upbeat and at-ease. Her official start as the new head at the Bryn Mawr School was July 1, and she’s spent the past few months settling-in at Bryn Mawr and in Baltimore. She’s eager and ready to lead.

A Lacrosse Stick Takes The Long Way Home: A Baltimore Lax Story

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It’s May, 1975. Gerald Ford is in the White House, John Denver’s “Thank God I’m A Country Boy” is heading to number one on the charts, and eighth ranked Washington and Lee is on its way to defeating the top-seeded Johns Hopkins in the first round of the NCAA lacrosse tournament at Hopkins — the only time a top-seeded team has ever, in the history of lacrosse, lost in the first round.

Mt. Vernon Landmark: Robert Long-Designed House On Hamilton Street, Baltimore’s ‘Writers Row’

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Hot House: 10 W. Hamilton Street, Baltimore, 21201 MD

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Historic Federal-era brick townhouse, circa 1818, built by Robert Carey Long, recently renovated.  Three bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, with 3,810 square feet over four levels, second floor main living space. Seven fireplaces, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, pantry. Master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, separate bath, shower. Library with built-ins, family room, walled patio garden, central a/c: $589,000

House of the Day: Historic Warehouse, 13,000 Sq. Ft. In Station North

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$750,000
401 Oliver Street, Greenmount West
1 bedroom(s), 1 bathroom(s)
401 Oliver Street
401 Oliver Street
401 Oliver Street
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Fells Point Trophy House: A Prominent 1790 Federal Townhouse On South Ann Street

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Hot House: 732 S. Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

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Federal townhouse, brick , circa 1790, original carriage house attached. 2,946 sq. ft., with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths over three stories. Historic restoration with serious attention to period detail. Wood floors and moldings throughout, wood beams and brick fireplaces. Renovated kitchen with French copper sink, marble countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerator. Third floor retains all original Federal appointments.  Small, walled brick patio off the kitchen, original attic. Two-zoned heat and central air: $750,000 (+ parking*)

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What: A rarity in Fells Point, a double-wide townhome that has been both luxuriously and sensitively restored. It shows like a museum. The current owner’s taste is enviable, and while no expense was spared, she opted to retain the architectural features – narrow wooden stairs, deep window sills, red Georgia pine floors — that make it recognizable as an old Baltimore City home. Enter directly into the living room (no entrance hall), which opens to the dining room, with built-in bookshelves and new Brazilian cherry floors. The kitchen is small but inviting – marble countertops, French copper sink and a little table for two by the window. Kitchen overlooks the wood-beamed family room, which used to be the carriage house and has a working fireplace (there are three more working fireplaces in the main house). There’s a half bath downstairs, too. Second floor has two good-sized bedrooms, lots of long, elegant windows, and a nice full bath. Same on the third floor, but more authentic details up here. Good storage, actually generous storage,  throughout. This is everything you could want in a historic Fells Point home.

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