Hot House

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


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.

Hot House: City row house brings modern design to historic neighborhood


Hot House: 551 S. Paca Street, Ridgely’s Delight, Baltimore

The Lighthouse, a three-level row house within cheering distance of the two stadiums. Four beds/3.5 baths with parking.  Asking price: $699,900

Hot House: Stone house near Loch Raven reservoir offers a little bit of magic


Hot House: 12600 Jarrettsville Pike, Phoenix, Maryland

Nine bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms, 3 half bathrooms, 13,242 sq. ft.  Asking price: $3,587,000

Federal Hill condominium offers stylish space with a penthouse view


Hot House: 327 Warren Avenue, Unit K, Federal Hill, Baltimore

Two-level penthouse with a view over Federal Hill Park and the harbor. Three bedrooms, two and a half baths, impressive views. Asking price: $1,075,000

With plenty of room, decorator touches, and stunning views of Federal Hill Park, the harbor, and the glittering city skyline, this place has space, convenience, and great looks!

Guilford home of the late Richard Macksey, legendary Hopkins prof, features impressive library


107 St. Martin’s Road, Guilford, Baltimore

Hot House: A little bit of France nestled in the heart of Guilford. Five bedrooms/five baths. Massive library space. Beautiful gardens. Asking price: $835,000

A Fells Point house’s simple facade belies luxury amenities


828 Bond Street, Fells Point, Baltimore.

Historic row house in Fells Point with all the amenities. A quiet retreat within a bustling neighborhood. Five bedrooms and five baths, one partial bath, 4,311 square feet. Asking price: $1,350,000.

Hot House: You will never find another house like this one. It’s right in the midst of the fun and entertainment that Fells Point is famous for, but it’s a cool retreat with lots of space and amenities usually found in the suburbs, including a pool, beautiful trees, and on-site parking. Add to that five bedrooms, an updated kitchen and bathrooms, entertaining space, and a long history in Baltimore, and you have this one-of-a-kind Bond Street dwelling. 

Historic Otterbein rowhouse offers stylish, convenient city living


Hot House: 142 W. York Street, Otterbein. 1820’s house with architect-designed renovations, respecting the original space. Two bedrooms, two baths, 2448 square feet. Asking price: $614,000

1920s Tudor house offers old world details in quiet, convenient location


Hot House: 1023 Winding Way, Poplar Hill, Baltimore, 21210.

Four bedrooms, five and a half baths. Tudor influences throughout. Fireplaces and original wood paneling. Off-street parking and garages.  Built in 1928. Asking price: $1,000,000

Hot House: 7,000 sq. ft. 1920’s manor house in Lutherville


312 Meadowcroft Lane, Lutherville.

Hot House: The original Meadowcroft manor house located in Lutherville. Six bedrooms and 4.5 baths; garage; carriage house/barn with additional living quarters; central heating and cooling; lots of Old World charm and details; 2+ acres; fireplaces; pool. 7,300 square feet. Asking price: $1.399 million.

Elegant colonial by renowned architect asks under $1M in Guilford


Hot House: 4001 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, 21218.

Elegant and classic Laurence Hall Fowler-designed brick house on Charles Street in Guilford. Seven bedrooms, five baths. Breakfast room and sunroom. Numerous fireplaces and French doors. Two-car garage. Level lot. Driveway and parking pad. Asking price: $995,000