Wednesday, April 18 12pm – 2pm
Friends School of Baltimore, in partnership with the Guilford Garden Club and Lake Roland Nature Council, will welcome Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens, on Tuesday, December 5, 7 pm, in the Forbush Auditorium. Dr. Tallamy’s lecture, “Creating Living Landscapes,” is open to all and admission is free.
This sleek, clean and updated master bath had humble beginnings.
Hot House: 4309 N. Charles Street, Baltimore 21218
“Oak Acre,” in cream stucco, circa 1928, with slate roof, stone porch. Six bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bath, over 3 stories and 6,418 sq. ft., in good condition. A 30′ entrance hall, 9′ ceilings, grand staircase with hand-carved spindles, large living room and library with fireplaces, multiple french doors. BSO Symphony Decorators’ Show House 2015. Hardwood floors, carved moldings, rich architectural detail. En suite master bedroom, second floor study with french doors to wrought-iron balcony, paneled pocket doors. Third floor billiards room with vintage table. Terraced grounds, two covered porches, two-car garage with walled stone courtyard. On a 1.05 acre lot with mature oaks: $1,395,000
Hot House: 4407 Bedford Place, Baltimore 21218
Stone and stucco Palmer-Lamdin house, well-maintained, circa 1928 with slate roof. Four bedrooms, 3 full, 2 half baths over 3,129 sq. ft. Architectural details incl. carved doors, timbered ceiling in den, wrought iron, stonework, canopy arches. Living room with large fireplace, den, family room with French doors to garden, gourmet kitchen w/built-in, en suite master, separate teen suite, finished basement, central a/c, whole house generator, stone patio, extensive hardscaping: $639,000