Real Estate & Home

Hot House: Hook & Ladder 13 for sale in Hollins Market; $500K, includes three fire poles

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Hot House: 43 S. Carey Street, Baltimore, 21223

Former Baltimore City firehouse, circa 1906, decommissioned in 2001 and zoned for residential use.  Two-story brick building, with basement. 3,780 sq. ft. unfinished space, with one full bath, two possible bedrooms. Fifteen foot+ ceilings on lower level, 13’ ceilings on second level, basement with eight-foot ceilings. Steam heat. Property being sold “as is”: $499,900

Hopkins is buying the Newseum building in D.C.

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Photo by David Monack via Wikimedia Commons

Johns Hopkins University is buying the Newseum building on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., with an eye toward consolidating its academic programs in the nation’s capital.

The Washington Post was first to report the story.

Developer cutting planned Woodberry apartment building from 80 to 55 units

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The view of the planned building from Clipper Mill Road. Rendering via PI.KL Studio.

The developer behind the planned Woodberry Station apartment building on Clipper Road has cut the size of the project by nearly a third, reducing the planned number of units from around 80 to 55.

Featured Hot Listing: One of a Kind Property For Sale in Roland Park

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4622 Keswick Baltimore, MD

4662 Keswick Road, Baltimore, MD, 21210

2 bedrooms, 2 (full) baths, 3241 ft²

List Price: $539,000

A rare opportunity to live in one of Baltimore’s truly unique homes… a 124 year old church in the Evergreen neighborhood of Roland Park. Decommissioned in the sixties then home and studio for a prominent local sculptor, this craftsman style gem has been lovingly cared for over the last five years with major repair, recovery and restoration to the structure and major systems as well as the original details. All of the heavy lifting has been done.

Latest Clipper Mill plan calls for 147 new residences, including apartments and townhouses

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The Tractor Building, future home to nearly 100 apartments, plus parking. Photo by Ed Gunts.

New developers selected for Baltimore’s Clipper Mill community aim to add 48 townhouses and about 99 apartments over the next several years, according to preliminary plans that will be presented to the community this week.

The Elephant’s building is for sale, but owners say restaurant will go on like normal

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Upstairs at the Elephant, a new speakeasy-style lounge on The Elephant’s second floor, opened this week.

The beautiful mid-19th century home of The Elephant restaurant is on the market, but the owners of the restaurant say nothing will change with their dining service as a result.

“The thinking is to keep things going just the way it has been without our guests and the community and employees seeing any change,” said co-owner Steven Rivelis.

Five Tips for Refreshing Your Home for the New Year from Nouveau Home and Interior Design

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Photo: Brittney-Elizabeth Williams; Home Photography Group

FIVE TIPS FOR REFRESHING YOUR HOME FOR THE NEW YEAR FROM NOUVEAU HOME AND INTERIOR DESIGN

By Steve Appel, co-owner, Nouveau Home and Interior Design

It’s January – time for a fresh start with habits, resolutions, and in your home. With some small changes you can revitalize your living spaces for a whole new year of entertaining and relaxing.

Here are a few tips to get you started, based on our experience solving design challenges from college students and growing families to baby boomers and empty nesters. Try a few ideas on your own, or give us a call for design advice. Better yet, take advantage of our Happy Hour Design Consultation, a one-hour, personal interior design consultation for $95 ($150 value). At your convenience (weekday or nights), Nouveau’s designers will come to your home with a complimentary bottle of wine, to discuss your home’s challenges, and how to start fresh in the new year. 

Alexander Baer moves downstairs: Warrington Penthouse lists for $2,885,800

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Hot House: The Warrington, 3908 N. Charles Street #1303, Baltimore MD, 21218

Penthouse duplex apartment at the Warrington Condominium, circa 1927. Two bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 3,742 square feet, plus 500-square-foot terrace. 11- and 12-foot ceilings. Main floor: foyer, large living room with fireplace, dining room, butler’s pantry, library, powder room, Kitchen with oak floors, Traulsen fridge and private service elevator. Upstairs: ensuite master, dressing room w/custom walnut cabinetry and closet, spa-type marble slab bathroom, ensuite guest bedroom, laundry.  Central AC, one parking space: $2,885,800 (ask about HOA fee)

Former Baltimore Marine Hospital, once targeted for demolition, will now be renovated by Hopkins

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The Wyman Park Building. Photo by Ed Gunts.

The former Baltimore Marine Hospital on Wyman Park Drive, targeted for demolition as recently as 2008, will instead be renovated for academic use by the Johns Hopkins University.

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