Real Estate & Home

Hot House: Gardens of Guilford condo offers taste of Tuscany and lots of light


230 Stony Run Lane, Unit 3D, Baltimore, MD 21210

Hot House: The Gardens of Guilford, a tiny slice of Tuscany; 2 beds/2 baths; 1920 square feet; Asking price: $349,000. 

Hot House: Palmer & Lamdin ‘fairy tale’ cottage is nestled happily ever after in Guilford


203 Chancery Road, Guilford

Hot House: Beautiful Palmer & Lamdin stone “cottage” in Guilford. 5 bedrooms/5 bathrooms. 3,825 square feet. Asking price: $799,000

Hot House: Cottage in the woods beckons you to visit nature and stay awhile


2919 Caves Road, Owings Mills

Hot House: Five-part English shingle cottage on 35 wooded acres. 5 bedrooms/6 bathrooms. 4,626 square feet. Asking price: $2.55 million

Hot House: Charming Mount Vernon house feels like stepping back in time


12 W. Hamilton Street, Baltimore

Hot House: Tiny gem of a house; 3 bedrooms/2.5 bathrooms on charming Hamilton Street in Cathedral Hill/Mount Vernon. 2,100 square feet. Asking price: $425,000.

The Wharf Rat restaurant and bar in Fells Point sells for $941,600

The Wharf Rat bar and restaurant in Fells Point was sold at auction today. Photo courtesy of Alex Cooper Auctioneers.

The Wharf Rat bar and restaurant in Fells Point sold today for $941,600, in an online auction by Alex Cooper Auctioneers.

Building Blocks For Your Dream Life


“Your dream life won’t build itself.”

How many times have you heard a catchphrase like this? Probably too many. But when you take a moment to consider this adage in the context of a year that has felt very out of our own control, a little intentionally planned growth & change doesn’t seem like the worst thing in the world.

Building a life that you love can start by prioritizing a few key areas: Friends/Family, Food, Exercise, & Time Outside. Vow to:

  • spend more time with your loved ones (as you’re able) in a cozy space;
  • cook healthy and delicious meals in a gourmet kitchen;
  • care for your body by exercising regularly
  • spend time outside, a little sunlight always helps