Real Estate & Home

Village of Cross Keys sale to local owners set for July 21

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The highly anticipated sale of the Village of Cross Keys to local owners is expected to be final on July 21.

Robert Connors, president of the Roland Park Civic League, disclosed at the organization’s monthly meeting yesterday that a date has been set for the property to be sold to an affiliate of Caves Valley Partners, the local developer that began negotiating last year with the current owner, New York City-based Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp.

Clipper Mill residents challenge Tractor Building conversion plan with court appeal

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The outside of the Tractor Building in Woodberry. Photo by Ed Gunts.

Two weeks after Baltimore’s Planning Commission approved the design for the historic Tractor Building in Woodberry to be converted into apartments, neighboring property owners have blocked construction at least temporarily by challenging the decision in court.

Attorney John Murphy on Wednesday filed an appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision with the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, an action that prevents developer Larry Jennings and Valstone Partners from proceeding with construction until the court holds a hearing on the 98-unit project.

Featured Hot Listing: Award-Winning Architectural Gem in Vibrant Charles Village

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2811 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore MD 21218

Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Award-winning architectural gem in vibrant Charles Village. Fully realized contemporary interior encased in a distinctive brick and stone exterior. Impeccably designed. Truly spectacular. Gather in the great room for lively conversation and marvel at the double-height ceilings and full-length windows. Warm natural light abounds from every angle. Sink into your curated library-den and be transported. Take in the dazzling city skyline from the two walkout terraces connected to the third-floor kitchen and fourth-floor master suite. Revel in the luxury of expansive outdoor spaces and elevate your every day. Yoga, gardening and alfresco dining with the city scape as your back drop. Four-stories of inspired living connected by sleek staircases and a conveniently located spacious elevator. Delight your senses. Feel the warmth of the radiant heated floors on all levels. Bamboo flooring. Sound system throughout. No detail has been overlooked. Envision yourself here. Walking distance to an array of eclectic local eateries, and the delectable Waverly farmer’s market. A personal favorite. Private, attached 2-car garage with direct access to the finished lower level. Zippy access to 83, and everywhere you want to be. A regular shuttle connects the area to Penn Station and the Johns Hopkins Hospital medical campus. Located within the National Register Historic District, Charles Village/Abell. Special assessment of $500 per year paid to Charles Village Benefits Association. Cultivate your existence. The art of uniting human and home.

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. 

Towson house from John Waters’ ‘Serial Mom’ goes up for sale

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Credit: Ed Gunts.

The residence for sale in Towson has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage on a half-acre lot near a golf course.

And it was purportedly the home of a serial killer.

The house at 600 Lake Drive was used as the home of Beverly Sutphin, the knife-wielding homemaker portrayed by Kathleen Turner in the 1994 movie “Serial Mom,” written and directed by filmmaker John Waters.

Landmark Mount Vernon church going up for auction

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The New Refuge Deliverance Cathedral photographed from above. Credit: A.J. Billig & Co. Auctioneers

New Refuge Deliverance Cathedral at 1110 St. Paul St., in the Mount Vernon historic district, is hitting the auction block next month.

A.J. Billig & Co. Auctioneers has set July 6 as the date for online bidding to begin on the church, and it held an open house today for prospective bidders to tour the property.

Featured Hot Listing: Treasured Georgian Home with Chic Aesthetic

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2 Thicket Road • Baltimore, MD 21212

Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Treasured home in highly coveted county neighborhood. Stunning brick Georgian realized in 1934, resting on a pristinely maintained double lot. Inviting, private Napa-style outdoor entertaining space that beckons for al fresco dining and imbibing under the stars. Enjoy your morning coffee on a lounge chair or gather with friends under the patio lights by the fire. Fabulous bluestone and brick patio, complete with gas fireplace and built-in bar and grill, connects seamlessly to both the spacious kitchen and light-filled living room, creating ideal flow when entertaining. Stunning dining room opens to endearing flagstone conversation porch. Relax in the bright family room enlivened by a blaze of hot pink accents. Well-proportioned rooms that never go out of style infused with a fresh aesthetic. Light abounds in your luxurious master bedroom. Fully finished large lower level with private bar and office.

Planning Commission approves design for Tractor Building conversion

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A rendering of the apartment building planned for the Tractor Building.

Developer Larry Jennings won a final public battle to convert Woodberry’s Tractor Building to apartments when Baltimore’s Planning Commission twice voted 8 to 0 on Thursday to approve the development plans.

The Planning Commission was the last of several city boards the developer needed to satisfy in order to obtain building permits for the conversion, estimated to cost $32 million to $35 million.

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