The city of Baltimore is looking to raise some cash, so it is hiring an Annapolis appraisal firm to give it the market value on some beautiful and beloved historic properties. The appraisals are intended to give leaders more information to decide whether to sell or lease the historic landmarks.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Baltimore’s Board of Estimates is scheduled to approve tomorrow a $46,500 consulting contract with appraisal firm Westholm & Associates to figure out the next step.

“We’re looking for strategies and options,” said Thomas J. Stosur, the city’s director of planning. “Should the city retain them? Should we lease them to existing tenants? Or should we try to sell some outright?”

See below for a list (with pictures!) of the fifteen properties.

1. Superintendent’s House, Clifton Park

Read the whole story at The Baltimore Sun and see the rest of the properties under consideration at the jump.

2. The Peale Museum, 225 N. Holliday St.

3. Shot Tower, 801 E. Fayette St.

4. Public Works Museum – Eastern Avenue Pumping Station, 701 Eastern Ave.

5. Upton Mansion, 811 West Lanvale St.

6. Valve House at Clifton Park, 2803 Saint Lo Drive

7. Roland Park Water Tower, 4201 Roland Avenue

8. West Arlington Water Tower, 4025 Ridgewood Avenue

9. Engine House No. 6 – Baltimore Fire Museum, 416 N. Gay St.

10. Cylburn House and Park, 4515 Greenspring Ave.

11. McKim Free School, 120 E. Baltimore St.

12. War Memorial, 101 N. Gay St.

13. Old Town Friends’ Meeting House, 1201 E. Fayette St.

14. Civil War Museum, President Street Station

15. Orianda Mansion, Crimea Estate in Leakin Park, 4921 Windsor Mill Road