Meg Fielding

Meg Fielding writes the local interior design and lifestyle blog Pigtown Design and is the past president of the Baltimore Architectural Foundation. She enjoys dual citizenship with the US and the UK.

Hot House: 1902 Lutherville farmhouse offers modern amenities and plenty of space


1301 W. Seminary Avenue, Lutherville, MD 21093

Hot House: A 1902 house for a 2020 lifestyle. Bell Gate is a delightful house set back off of a long driveway with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, mature trees and gardens, a pool and a pool house. Asking price: $1.15 million.

Hot House: A Fell’s Point penthouse with spectacular views


960 Fell Street, Unit 705, Fell’s Point, Baltimore

Hot House: A gorgeous penthouse, in the middle of everything with spectacular panoramic harbor views.  Two beds/2.5 baths. Asking price: $1.02 mil.

Hot House: A sweet carriage house in the heart of Mt. Vernon


13 E. Branch Lane, Mt. Vernon, Baltimore.

Pied-à-terre in the heart of Mount Vernon, one bedroom, one bathroom, great detail. Asking price: $190,000

Hot House: A ‘gingerbread cottage’ in historic Dickeyville


Hot House: 2332 Pickwick Road, Dickeyville, Baltimore

A historic cottage in historic Dickeyville. Three beds, two baths. Party pavilion. Move-in ready. Asking price: $430,000

Hot House: Palmer & Lamdin semi-detached house that backs up to park


6 Englewood Road, Roland Park, Baltimore

Hot House:  Semi-detached Palmer & Lamdin house on a private park in Roland Park. Five bedrooms, four baths. Asking price: $749,000

Hot House: If you know early 20th-century residential architecture in Baltimore, then you understand the special place that Palmer & Lamdin have in shaping the look of Roland Park, Homeland, Guilford, and Original Northwood. Their houses are sought after and treasured by architectural aficionados for their thoughtful details and signature touches.

Hot House: “The Palace on Dallas” offers quirky charm


414 S. Dallas Street, Fell’s Point, Baltimore

Hot House: “The Palace on Dallas” home to legendary set decorator, Vincent Peranio and vintage clothing purveyor, Dolores Deluxe. Two bedrooms, two baths, well-established garden. Off-street parking. Asking price: $549,000

Hot House: Travel back in time with historic Mt. Ida


Hot House: 3691 Sarahs Lane, Ellicott City

Historic Mount Ida in Ellicott City on 3+ acres, four bedrooms, two baths. Commercial or residential possibilities. Asking price: $1.25 million.

Hot House: City row house brings modern design to historic neighborhood


Hot House: 551 S. Paca Street, Ridgely’s Delight, Baltimore

The Lighthouse, a three-level row house within cheering distance of the two stadiums. Four beds/3.5 baths with parking.  Asking price: $699,900

Hot House: Stone house near Loch Raven reservoir offers a little bit of magic


Hot House: 12600 Jarrettsville Pike, Phoenix, Maryland

Nine bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms, 3 half bathrooms, 13,242 sq. ft.  Asking price: $3,587,000

Federal Hill condominium offers stylish space with a penthouse view


Hot House: 327 Warren Avenue, Unit K, Federal Hill, Baltimore

Two-level penthouse with a view over Federal Hill Park and the harbor. Three bedrooms, two and a half baths, impressive views. Asking price: $1,075,000

With plenty of room, decorator touches, and stunning views of Federal Hill Park, the harbor, and the glittering city skyline, this place has space, convenience, and great looks!