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Featured Hot Listing: Timeless Caves Valley Estate Perfect for Entertaining

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30 Caveswood Lane, Owings Mills, MD 21117

5 bedrooms, 4 baths

Listings Price: $1,389,000

Timeless Caves Valley estate in a setting that transcends. Classic architecture with a seamless balance of elegance and soul. Luxe first floor master suite with oversized closet, private outdoor seating area and stairs leading down to the ultimate mancave. Lower level walks out to masterfully curated gardens, lush greenery and pool with cabana for flawless entertaining. Complete with a one bedroom guest house for easy overnight visits. Embrace the outdoors and relish in the captivating pastoral views of Caves Farm.

Hot House: Roland Park House, Rich In Porches, Asks $1.2M; Includes Basketball Court

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Hot House: 112 Ridgewood Road, Baltimore, MD 21210

Shingle-style colonial, circa 1907, recently renovated. Three stories with slate roof, multiple back porches, large finished basement/rec with bedroom and full bath. Five bedrooms, five baths over 4,387 sq. ft. Grand entrance hall, living room with gas fireplace, French doors to sun porch. Dining room with breakfast nook opens to  gourmet kitchen. Second floor has master suite with marble bath, walk in closet, office, laundry room, second bedroom with full bath. Central air. Landscaped .55 acre level lot with basketball court and 2-car detached garage: $1,195,000.

Featured Hot Listing: Sophisticated Renovation in Cockeysville’s Laurelford Community

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824 Katesford Cockeysville

824 Katesford Road Cockeysville, MD 21030

5 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 2 half baths on 9 acres

Listing Price: $1,749,000

Warmth and sophistication are partnered with extraordinary materials, finishes, technologies, and custom designs in this exquisitely renovated home nestled on nine lush, partly wooded acres in the coveted Laurelford community.

BDC offers S. Gay Street properties to developer planning 62 apartments, ground-floor retail

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Photo via Baltimore Development Corporation

A stretch of vacant, city-owned properties along S. Gay Street near the Inner Harbor is set to be redeveloped into more than six dozen apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space.

Featured Hot Listing: Spectacular Harborview Penthouse | Wine & Cheese Broker’s Open House on Thursday 3/21 4pm – 7pm

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100 Harborview Dr #Ph1D, Baltimore, MD 21230

3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3,864 Sqft

Listing Price: $1,495,000

BROKER’S OPEN HOUSE: PLEASE JOIN US THURSDAY EVENING (3/21) FROM 4-7 PM. WINE AND CHEESE WILL BE SERVED. VALET AVAILABLE. ANY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS SHOULD ATTEND WITH AGENT. IF YOU ARE UNREPRESENTED, PLEASE CALL BRANDON GOLUEKE IN ADVANCE (443-618-5090). 

The Whit Harvey Group Joins Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

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The Whit Harvey Group has always been an extraordinary resource for both buyers and sellers in the Baltimore area. The team prides itself on providing the best service for their clients –and in moving forward find that Monument Sotheby’s International Realty® office in Ruxton is the perfect fit. Monument Sotheby’s continues to attract top talent and high performers, and as part of the team affiliated with Sotheby’s International Realty®, the group will continue to provide their clients the best of both worlds: local expertise with global connections.

Whit Harvey began his real estate career in 1981 with James Piper and O’Connor Piper & Flynn. There he remained – even as the company went through a series of mergers eventually becoming Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.

Brager-Gutman building and other Westside properties in search of a developer

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Photo by Ed Gunts.

One of Baltimore’s former downtown department stores is back on the market, after a development team previously selected by the city opted not to move ahead with its project.

The eight-story Brager-Gutman building at 201-211 W. Lexington St., is part of a group of about two dozen West Side properties for which the Baltimore Development Corp. (BDC) this week issued a request for proposals.

Eight-story office building planned for Grand Central site

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Photo by Ed Gunts

The new owners of Baltimore’s Grand Central nightclub are wasting no time in making plans to replace its dance floor with office space.

Landmark Partners, the new owner as of Feb. 28, has contacted Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) and will seek approval to tear down rear portions of the property at 1001-1003 N. Charles St., and construct an eight-story office building.

Martick’s building will be partially saved under the latest redevelopment plan

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Drawing via the Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation.

Baltimoreans will still be able to see and visit a portion of Martick’s Restaurant Francais under a partial-restoration plan approved today by Baltimore’s preservation commission.

The Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) voted 9 to 0 to approve a plan that calls for the front third of the former restaurant at 214 W. Mulberry St., to be preserved and restored and for the rear two thirds to be torn down.

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