Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Magnolia Hill. An incredible discovery. Strong, endearing, and eclectic vintage 1931 abode tucked away on 7+ expansive acres. Embrace the country living lifestyle that you’re yearning for with in-town access. Just footsteps from all that Lake Roland has to offer. Take the long winding drive and marvel that this spot exists. A truly stellar setting. Old-growth specimen trees, walking trails, and a stately magnolia that anchors it all. Chic interiors. Rustic wood beams. Soulful architectural details speak to a sense of place. Neutral palette. Be thrilled to arrive home every day. Spectacular mudroom captures the essence of your daily life. Be invigorated by a dip in your tranquil pool just steps away from covered porch. Pull up a seat to your kitchen island and create delicious memories. Craft savory and nutritious meals with fresh produce and herbs harvested from your organic kitchen garden, and deluxe chicken coop. Dress your dinner table with fresh flowers from your cutting garden. Cooking and dining spaces open effortlessly to a multi-tiered stone terrace and an inviting indoor-outdoor room that connects to the delightful wrap-around porch. Endless opportunities for lounging and festivities. Grill up a feast for the whole family and dine al fresco. Gather around the rustic fire pit with stories and laughter. Cherish every inch of your property. Unwind in your owner’s suite with ample dressing area and spa bath. Spectacular secondary bedrooms and spacious entertainment spaces. Detached carriage style garage with expansive bright loft space above. Incredible opportunity for pursuing hobbies and/or an office outside of the house. Connect with the sounds of birds, flourishing pollinator gardens, and gazing at fireflies. Cultivate your existence. Prime locale. Explore scenic walking trails around Lake Roland. Minutes to local eateries, Whole Foods, and everywhere you want to be. Located in Baltimore County with swift access to 83. The art of uniting human and home.
After 16 years of out-of-town ownership, The Village of Cross Keys is back in local hands.
“Time to Unlock the Potential,” says a blue and white sign next to the front gatehouse, bearing a giant key similar to ones on the Cross Keys logo. “Now Under Local Ownership. Caves Valley Partners.”
More than two years after it first expressed interest, Caves Valley Partners completed its acquisition of the commercial assets of Cross Keys yesterday and immediately disclosed plans to upgrade and expand the mixed-use community at 5100 Falls Road.
Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Cruise up your long driveway and marvel at your modern manor. Sleek, smart, and sophisticated. Spectacular architecture and design. Inviting entrance welcomes you home. Wood-grain porcelain tile, cathedral ceilings, and floor to ceiling picture windows illuminate the main level. Customize your daily life with smart LED lights throughout and ambient sounds from your Sonos audio system. Massive Renaissance linear fireplace anchors the main living area. Relish the snap crackle and pop of a real wood fireplace. Masterful cooking space. Professional appliances, and endless counter space. Create what you desire. Loft-style upper level spurs creativity. Showcase your collections under dazzling lights. Be inspired. Recharge in your luxe master suite. Start your mornings with ease. Brew a delectable drink at your coffee bar, and compose your outfit in your expansive closet. Feel invigorated every day in your spa bath with steam shower and heated floors. Lower level is the ultimate entertainment and gathering space. Like a luxury skybox suite. You will always have the best seat in the house in front of your projection screen. Make this your home base. Retreat to your outdoor patio and look out to your pristine yard and mature trees. Privacy abounds. Dedicated fenced area connected to your patio is perfect for your pups to romp around in and unwind. No detail has been overlooked. Just over 7,200 sq ft. Truly remarkable. Uber convenient access to 695 and Green Spring Valley. Minutes to everywhere you want to be while feeling a million miles away. The art of uniting human and home.
Nearly a dozen pink flamingos lined the driveway of a stately residence in Baltimore County on Sunday, as visitors strolled past. Two pink flamingo-shaped planters framed the entrance. Inside, more pink flamingos adorned tea towels that were hanging in the kitchen with the greeting: “Let’s Flamingle.”
For anyone who couldn’t guess, this was the boyhood home of John Waters, writer and director of the 1972 film “Pink Flamingos” and other Baltimore-centric cult classic movies. Although the filmmaker hasn’t lived there since 1966, the current owners have kept his memory alive with Pink Flamingo-themed touches in and around the house. At Christmastime, they even put Santa Claus on the front lawn, with a sleigh drawn by pink flamingos.