FEATURED HOT LISTING: 960 FELL ST #704, Baltimore, MD 21231
LIST PRICE: 545,000
Surrounded by history and fame, this 1745 sqft penthouse residence, located in Belt’s Wharf Landing, captures the charm of cobble stoned Fells Point and waterfront living.
The building is chock full of amenities, including secured entries and garaged parking. The Penthouse conveys with two parking spaces and a storage room.
Solid wood, double door entry offers functional elegance, whether making a grand entrance, or moving large furniture.
Foyer with marble floors, classic colored walls, and coat closet.
The penthouse layout offers a maximum use of space, like this nook with a built-in shelving unit, and exterior views, perfect for an office area.
An ample dining room with custom lighting beckons for a dinner party.
The living room offers views of the harbor, and looks out to the iconic Domino’s Sugar sign.
A wood-burning fireplace for snuggling.
Cozy eat-in kitchen with granite tops and plenty of cabinets.
Large bedroom with ample closet space and large master bath.
The building itself is simple and elegant, with several common areas for residents to mingle.
Historic Fells Point is home to the gallery of Robert McClintock
, nationally acclaimed restaurants and pubs, as well as the old set of the show Homicide- Life on the Street
. Boutiques, spas, and cafes dot the waterfront and tourists and locals alike have declared the area a destination not to be missed.
A large 19′ x 6′ balcony offers many views from the penthouse level, including breathtaking sunsets.
Situated on the waterfront, amidst cobble stoned streets that were once traveled by the likes of Edgar Allen Poe.
A private promenade pool area for residents and their guests.
Private courtyard gives residents a place to relax outdoors, and extends a sense of community.
Belt’s Wharf Landing is a great place to experience the charm that Baltimore waterfront has to offer.
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