Meg Fielding

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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.

A Fells Point house’s simple facade belies luxury amenities

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828 Bond Street, Fells Point, Baltimore.

Historic row house in Fells Point with all the amenities. A quiet retreat within a bustling neighborhood. Five bedrooms and five baths, one partial bath, 4,311 square feet. Asking price: $1,350,000.

Hot House: You will never find another house like this one. It’s right in the midst of the fun and entertainment that Fells Point is famous for, but it’s a cool retreat with lots of space and amenities usually found in the suburbs, including a pool, beautiful trees, and on-site parking. Add to that five bedrooms, an updated kitchen and bathrooms, entertaining space, and a long history in Baltimore, and you have this one-of-a-kind Bond Street dwelling. 

Historic Otterbein rowhouse offers stylish, convenient city living

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Hot House: 142 W. York Street, Otterbein. 1820’s house with architect-designed renovations, respecting the original space. Two bedrooms, two baths, 2448 square feet. Asking price: $614,000

1920s Tudor house offers old world details in quiet, convenient location

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Hot House: 1023 Winding Way, Poplar Hill, Baltimore, 21210.

Four bedrooms, five and a half baths. Tudor influences throughout. Fireplaces and original wood paneling. Off-street parking and garages.  Built in 1928. Asking price: $1,000,000

Hot House: 7,000 sq. ft. 1920’s manor house in Lutherville

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312 Meadowcroft Lane, Lutherville.

Hot House: The original Meadowcroft manor house located in Lutherville. Six bedrooms and 4.5 baths; garage; carriage house/barn with additional living quarters; central heating and cooling; lots of Old World charm and details; 2+ acres; fireplaces; pool. 7,300 square feet. Asking price: $1.399 million.

Elegant colonial by renowned architect asks under $1M in Guilford

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Hot House: 4001 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, 21218.

Elegant and classic Laurence Hall Fowler-designed brick house on Charles Street in Guilford. Seven bedrooms, five baths. Breakfast room and sunroom. Numerous fireplaces and French doors. Two-car garage. Level lot. Driveway and parking pad. Asking price: $995,000

Sweet 1920s cottage stands out in contemporary neighborhood

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Hot House: 18 Merry Hill Court, Pikesville 21208

Hot House: Shingle-style cottage with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. New siding and trim, new sliding French-style doors. Two-car garage. Pool. Two-story foyer. Two-story wood-burning fireplace. Private grounds, with a 1.8-acre lot included.   Asking price: $1,295,000

1854 farmhouse on 3+ acres in Lutherville-Timonium

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Hot House: 1606 Broadway Rd, Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093. 

Three-bedroom and two-bathroom farmhouse on 3+ flat acres in Lutherville between Greenspring Avenue and Falls Road, complete with log cabin and run-in shed. Built in 1854: $415,000

Condo with harbor views just right for watching NYE fireworks

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Hot House: 300 International Drive, Unit 2301, Baltimore, MD 21202.

Large three-bedroom, two-bath condominium on the 23rd floor of the Four Seasons. Deck, walk-in closets, wet bar, and windows that extend the length of the condo to survey the spectacular views. 2,208 sq. ft.: $2,750,000

Hampden rowhouse offers all the fun of 34th Street with none of the hassle

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Hot House: 3432 Keswick Road, Baltimore, 21211

Light-filled end-of-group with open floor plan. Great first floor with sweet front porch, bright living room, separate dining room, spacious white kitchen with ample cabinet space, luxury counters, subway tile backsplash, and gray herringbone floor. Lower level has 7+ foot ceilings, bonus family room with natural light, and a large full bathroom. Second and third floors have three bedrooms, large renovated full bathroom, and second-floor laundry room. Rear deck leads to yard and parking pad. Many upgrades throughout.  $269,900

Grand Mt. Vernon mansion, owned by a Catholic order for the past 87 years, asks $1.25M

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Hot House: 1128 N. Calvert St.

Mansion and carriage house with gorgeous details ideal for hotel, office, B&B, distinguished residence, private club or business. Large public spaces on first floor. Spacious rooms, many with fireplaces and adjoining baths on second and third floors. Twelve bedrooms, 8 bathrooms. Wood floors under carpet well preserved. Designed by architect Charles Carson in 1891 for the Hooper Family: $1,245,000

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