This week we bring back Hot House after a six month hiatus. The original writer of the column, Cynthia McIntyre, made Hot House one of the top-ten most read features, week after week, for years. Cynthia has moved on and Meg Fielding takes her place. Meg has written for us over the years and wrote the now shuttered Pigtown Design, a popular local lifestyle blog that often featured beautiful, historic structures around the city.
Hot House: Brooklandville Train Station 10512 Falls Road, Brooklandville, MD 21022
Four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, two fireplaces, a first-floor bedroom, on 2.66 acres. Located on the Falls Road corridor just north of the beltway, designated historical landmark in Baltimore County. $649,888