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Gibson Island Corporation Real Estate Open House – Saturday 9/19

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OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, September 19
2PM – 5PM

Every property has something very special to offer on magical Gibson Island!

Absolutely extraordinary setting – 1000 acres with seven miles of shoreline, two-thirds of the land undeveloped and owned by the Gibson Island Corporation, one third residential home sites. Click here for a spectacular video tour of this gorgeous paradise, located less than an hour from Annapolis, Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Situated on the Western shore of Maryland, with no Bay Bridge crossing and close proximity to BWI Airport and the Amtrak Train Station! The Island is home to a 44-acre fresh water lake and features a private country club (membership by invitation) which offers fine dining, golf, tennis, yachting, and swimming as well as a fitness center, croquet, skeet shooting, garden club, summer camp and more. Boaters will love the full-service yacht yard. A staffed gatehouse and the Gibson Island Police Department ensure privacy and security. The Island also has a museum detailing the Island’s unique history and a Service Department that offers a variety of services to Island homeowners.
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Check out this wonderful Gibson Island home for sale!

Baltimore may still face a wave of evictions

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Houses on Malden Avenue. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons/Frederic C. Chalafant

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may have ordered a moratorium on evictions through the end of this year to contain the spread of COVID-19. But housing advocates say that doesn’t mean Baltimore renters won’t face a mass eviction crisis.

“Unfortunately, a lot of people have already been harmed. And some people irrevocably harmed,” said Tisha Guthrie, a commissioner for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

Fell’s Point ‘Palace on Dallas’ hits market for the first time

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Photo credit: Stephen Posko with Hometrack Real Estate Marketing.

Dolores Deluxe and Vincent Peranio are rescuers.

She rescued stray animals. He rescued quirky objects and put them in John Waters movies. And the biggest thing they rescued together is the “Palace on Dallas,” a series of Fells Point alley houses that they’ve combined, renovated, decorated and entertained in over the past four decades.

Hot House: Travel back in time with historic Mt. Ida

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Hot House: 3691 Sarahs Lane, Ellicott City

Historic Mount Ida in Ellicott City on 3+ acres, four bedrooms, two baths. Commercial or residential possibilities. Asking price: $1.25 million.

Featured Hot Listing: Roland Park Tradition Converges with Notable Style and Thoughtful Renovation

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801 Saint Georges Road, Baltimore, MD 21210
5 bedroom, 3 bath/ 2 half bath
Offered At: $1,250,000

Beautiful bones have been carefully maintained and seamlessly enhanced by the current owners. A stunning vaulted gourmet kitchen/ family room addition with fireplace and sun-drenched dining area are the heart of this home. Inviting living spaces are everywhere, including two unique and enchanting rooms to get down to business. Outdoor spaces are artfully designed to invite intimate gatherings, backyard games and plenty of room for social distancing. Within walking distance to so many schools, local eateries and shops.

Creating Beautiful Spaces To Enhance Both The Function And Appeal of Your Home

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We’re sure that you’ve heard the adage of making your home a sanctuary. An oasis. A haven. The truth is, a home is much more than a space to store our belongings. If the past five months we’ve been spending a lot more time at home has taught us anything, it’s that our homes are much more enjoyable to be in when they reflect our personal lifestyle and taste, a space that prioritizes elegance and comfort over clutter and disorganization.

Funny enough, quarantine was when most of us surely noticed aspects of our home we may never have before. Windows too small, outdated cabinetry and clutter that has unknowingly piled up. Not to mention, a lack of a home office space, a luxury quite relevant now more than ever! Maybe we’re just now realizing our backyards are far underutilized or uncultivated, or our dining room or kitchen table are not the best makeshift office space. Now that we are actually spending more time at home than we have in the past, we may not even have a decent space outside to enjoy the remaining warmer months.

In such stressful times as these, a space to reset and rejuvenate—ultimately, a space that is pleasing to the eye and mind—will make all the difference in our overall happiness. If we’re stuck at home, we want our home to be a place we are more-than-happy to be stuck in.

Finding Sanctuary in Fairy Tale Features

One of the greatest features to incorporate into your home are floor-to-ceiling windows.

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