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Sweet 1920s cottage stands out in contemporary neighborhood

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Hot House: 18 Merry Hill Court, Pikesville 21208

Hot House: Shingle-style cottage with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. New siding and trim, new sliding French-style doors. Two-car garage. Pool. Two-story foyer. Two-story wood-burning fireplace. Private grounds, with a 1.8-acre lot included.   Asking price: $1,295,000

1854 farmhouse on 3+ acres in Lutherville-Timonium

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Hot House: 1606 Broadway Rd, Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093. 

Three-bedroom and two-bathroom farmhouse on 3+ flat acres in Lutherville between Greenspring Avenue and Falls Road, complete with log cabin and run-in shed. Built in 1854: $415,000

Mt. Vernon apartment with extraordinary detail on market for $224,900

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Hot House: 8 W. Madison Street, Unit 25, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Approximately 837 square foot studio apartment with hardwood floors throughout, entryway with built-in sitting nook and bookcases leading to the great room; updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and ample cabinet space. Located in the heart of Mt. Vernon: $224,900

Condo with harbor views just right for watching NYE fireworks

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Hot House: 300 International Drive, Unit 2301, Baltimore, MD 21202.

Large three-bedroom, two-bath condominium on the 23rd floor of the Four Seasons. Deck, walk-in closets, wet bar, and windows that extend the length of the condo to survey the spectacular views. 2,208 sq. ft.: $2,750,000

Hampden rowhouse offers all the fun of 34th Street with none of the hassle

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Hot House: 3432 Keswick Road, Baltimore, 21211

Light-filled end-of-group with open floor plan. Great first floor with sweet front porch, bright living room, separate dining room, spacious white kitchen with ample cabinet space, luxury counters, subway tile backsplash, and gray herringbone floor. Lower level has 7+ foot ceilings, bonus family room with natural light, and a large full bathroom. Second and third floors have three bedrooms, large renovated full bathroom, and second-floor laundry room. Rear deck leads to yard and parking pad. Many upgrades throughout.  $269,900

Grand Mt. Vernon mansion, owned by a Catholic order for the past 87 years, asks $1.25M

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Hot House: 1128 N. Calvert St.

Mansion and carriage house with gorgeous details ideal for hotel, office, B&B, distinguished residence, private club or business. Large public spaces on first floor. Spacious rooms, many with fireplaces and adjoining baths on second and third floors. Twelve bedrooms, 8 bathrooms. Wood floors under carpet well preserved. Designed by architect Charles Carson in 1891 for the Hooper Family: $1,245,000

Caves Valley family home looks grand but feels cozy

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Hot House: 3110 Caves Road Owings Mills

Tremendous entertaining areas, cozy gathering areas, five bedrooms, four and a half baths. Formal living room and dining room, library, open concept updated kitchen/family room with breakfast area, two-story great room with wet bar and loft. 24×20 master bedroom with spa bath. Detached two-car garage with a second story art studio. Loggia flows to patio, terrace lawn off great room, all on four-plus landscaped acres. $1,499,000

Low-maintenance Charles Village townhouse offers loads of detail, lots of space

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Hot House: 2908 Saint Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218

Charles Village five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath townhouse with over 3200 square feet of living space, plus an 800 square foot carriage house with hayloft. Many original details — newly refinished white oak parquet floors with inlay, mantels, leaded glass, transoms, period light fixtures. Recent updates include a two-zone Sila high-velocity air conditioning system, Two-story enclosed porch addition with half bath, new boiler (2017), new water heater (2017) and kitchen counters (2018). Rear patio with fishpond. Carriage house facing Lovegrove Street offers opportunity for workshop, studio or additional living space. $529,000.

Hot House: Brooklandville Train Station on Falls Road

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This week we bring back Hot House after a six month hiatus. The original writer of the column, Cynthia McIntyre, made Hot House one of the top-ten most read features, week after week, for years. Cynthia has moved on and Meg Fielding takes her place. Meg has written for us over the years and wrote the now shuttered Pigtown Design, a popular local lifestyle blog that often featured beautiful, historic structures around the city. 

Hot House: Brooklandville Train Station 10512 Falls Road, Brooklandville, MD 21022

Four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, two fireplaces, a first-floor bedroom, on 2.66 acres. Located on the Falls Road corridor just north of the beltway, designated historical landmark in Baltimore County. $649,888

Hot House: Mt. Washington Hillside Cottage of Artist Herman Maril

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Hot House: 5602 Roxbury Place, Baltimore MD 21209

Victorian-era cottage, circa 1865, stone and wood frame with shingle roof, front and rear screen porches.  Five bedrooms, 3.5 baths over 3 levels and 2, 648 sq. ft. High ceilings, grand staircase, large rooms, hardwood floors throughout. Living room and dining room with fireplaces, kitchen with original exterior wall. Lower level studio and office space. Whole house generator.  Lush private setting on .3 acre property, sold in as-is condition: $385,000

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