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Three Extraordinary Open Houses this Saturday on Gibson Island – Oct. 13

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OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13
1PM – 4PM

Please note open house times below.

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, there is no bay bridge crossing! The island is home to a 44-acre fresh water lake and features a private country club (membership by invitation), year-round swimming, summer camp, and golf, sailing and tennis academies as well as croquet, skeet shooting, exercise facility, garden club and more. Boaters will love the full-service yacht yard.  24hr staffed gatehouse and a The Gibson Island Police Department ensure privacy and security.

Cambridge School buys former Charles Street church for its new campus

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Courtesy of MacKenzie Commercial

When the leaders of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church disclosed a year ago that the church would merge with another congregation and sell its buildings on Charles Street, area residents were understandably concerned about what would happen to the property.

Would the church be torn down to make way for a housing subdivision? Offices? Or even sadder, a gas station and convenience store?

After three rejections, city preservation panel approves planned 50-unit apartment building in Ridgley’s Delight

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Artist’s rendering by Kann Partners, courtesy of CHAP

As developer consultant Al Barry put it to the Baltimore Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation Tuesday, “I hope the fourth time’s the charm.”

It was. He was referencing three failed attempts by Zahlco Development to convince the 13-member preservation panel to approve plans for a 50-unit apartment complex on W. Pratt Street in Ridgley’s Delight, the historic neighborhood sitting in the shadow of the University of Maryland medical complex and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Hot House: Renovated farmhouse on 7 acres with pool, steps from Lake Roland, asks $2.5M

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Hot House: 6137 Barroll Road, Baltimore County, MD 21209

Shingle-style farmhouse, circa 1931, well and completely renovated. Seven bedrooms, four full, two half baths over three stories and 6,274 sq. ft. Original farmhouse with seamless addition. Open eat-in kitchen with wide plank oak floors, large family room with stone fireplace (four total), mudroom with custom built-ins, screened porch, views. Formal living room and dining room, reading room, sitting room. Upstairs bedrooms, en-suite master with soaking tub, glass shower and custom closet room. Two-car garage with second-floor loft, kitchenette, bath. Central AC, extensive bluestone hardscaping, salt water pool, 7.3-acre lot: $2,495,000

Imagination Meets Renovation

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Whit Harvey 1925 Grenspring 1 Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take what was once a commercial or public space and reimagine it as the home of your dreams? There is a lot of that going on in Baltimore right now – old mills are being converted into condominiums and warehouses are becoming artist work/live spaces. How about a decommissioned church?

Seawall Development to take over stalled overhaul of Lexington Market

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Photo by jpellgen (@1179_jp), via Flickr

The city has scrapped an old plan to redevelop the 236-year-old Lexington Market in favor of a new arrangement with building rehab specialists Seawall Development, which officials say would retain the market’s main building while saving as much $20 million in constructions costs.

Open Houses in Ruxton and Roland Park This Saturday from the Dorsey Campbell Group

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Open Houses

Saturday, September 22 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Dorsey Campbell Ruxton House

1501 CARROLLTON – RUXTON

5 BEDS; 4 BATHS; 1 HALF BATHROOMS

Hot House: In Idyllic Sabina-Mattfeldt, a rare, renovated farmhouse

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Hot House: 5521 Mattfeldt Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209

Cedar shingle farmhouse in Sabina-Mattfeldt, circa 1900, with front porch and back deck, completely and recently renovated. Two bedrooms, one bath over three stories, 1,905 sq. ft with basement. Hardwood floors throughout. New Pella windows. Open living/dining room area, new kitchen with stainless appliances opens to family room with fireplace and new back deck. New bathroom with ceramic tile. Two bedrooms with closets. All new HVAC and electrical systems, central AC, recently updated roof, driveway with off street parking, .12 acre lot: $299,000

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