Hot House

Hot House: Rambling Roland Park Queen Anne house up for Auction


5701 Roland Avenue, Roland Park, Baltimore.

Hot House:  Beautiful Queen Anne-style house with details galore! Eight beds/seven baths. 6,426 square feet on 0.85 of an acre.  Opening Bid: $500,000

Charming English country house in the heart of Homeland


5400 Springlake Way, Homeland, Baltimore

Hot House:  Charming English Country-style House, four Beds/three Baths, in the heart of Homeland. Asking price: $709,900

‘Art Deco meets the Jetsons’ in unique mid-century modern home on Lake Montebello


2105 Erdman Avenue, Lake Montebello, Baltimore

Hot House:  Iconic mid-century modern 2 bed, 1.5 bath, 1,100 square foot house on the shores of Lake Montebello. Asking price: $239,000 (bids due on Thursday at noon)

Hot House: 1948 Greenspring Valley house by renowned Baltimore architect


343 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, Baltimore County, 21117

Hot House: Blend of the old and new in the Greenspring Valley. Five bedrooms and seven baths. 5,290 square feet. Asking price: $1.375 million.

Hot House: Center hall colonial in Guilford


4 Charlcote Place, Guilford, Baltimore

Hot House:  Classic center hall Georgian on a beautiful street in Guilford. Seven beds, six baths, 6,500 square feet. Includes a squash court. Asking price: $1.85 million

1800s farmhouse in the city with room to quarantine and more


6109 Maywood Avenue, Dixon Hill, Baltimore, Maryland

Hot House: Updated Farmhouse, located in secluded and historic Dixon Hill, five beds, five baths, plus a small barn. 7,000 square feet. Asking price: $839,000

Hot House: Elegant, historic Knabe House in Mt. Vernon hits market for first time in 21 years


829 Park Avenue, Mt. Vernon, Baltimore

Hot House: Historic Knabe House once the home to the Knabe family, who owned the house from 1885 to 1906. Seven bedrooms, six baths, 12,670 square feet. Totally restored. Asking price: $1.2 million.

What sold and what didn’t: A 2020 Hot House round-up


If you don’t already know, the real estate market is hot right now, due to a number of factors. Interest is near historically low rates, sometimes as low as two percent.

People have been stuck at home for almost a year and have realized that they either don’t have enough room or have too much room. Or else they are just sick of their living spaces. The forced togetherness has exposed cracks in relationships and couples are splitting up and one or both need a new place to live.

As the year comes to a close, we take a look at the hottest of the Hot Houses we profiled in 2020 and bring you up to date on what’s happened to them.

A Hot House, and more, in Highlandtown, hon


3402 Gough Street, Hughlandtown, Baltimore

Hot House: Located in Highlandtown’s Arts District, the former Sons of Italy building has three residential and two commercial spaces, plus a bar.  7,200 square feet. Asking price: $1.25 million.

Hot House: A double row house on a beautiful street in Otterbein


149 W. Montgomery Street, Federal Hill, Baltimore

Hot House: Tucked away in downtown Baltimore’s Otterbein neighborhood, this double row house has lots of space and loads of light, and it’s a short walk to the stadiums, MARC station and downtown. 3 beds/4 baths. Asking price: $619,000