The Mt. Washington Tavern is celebrating Crustacean Invasion all month long. Join us and indulge in a specialty menu highlighting crab, shrimp, and more. Get crabby with dishes like: Cajun Roasted Oysters, Soft Shells, Crab and Avocado Stack and more! Feast on all things crustacean this month at The Mt. Washington Tavern.
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
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
Hot House: 1318 Appleby Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209
Cottage style bungalow circa 1930 with cedar siding, front porch, and new roof. Two bedrooms, one full bath over 1,248 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, many original architectural details. Living room with nine-foot ceilings, book and media built-ins. Open plan kitchen with granite island and counters, stainless appliances, 42″ cherry cabinetry, pantry, and mudroom. Master bedroom with large walk-in closet, second small bedroom. Updated bathroom. Covered back patio for entertaining, garden with mature trees and shed. Central air, unfinished basement: $284K
Mount Washington’s 37-year-old ceramic arts nonprofit is back from the dead.