Photos by Stephen Posko with HomeTrack

4001 Greenway


Photos by Stephen Posko with HomeTrack
Photos by Stephen Posko with HomeTrack
Photos by Stephen Posko with HomeTrack

Guilford House, on the terraced site of the fabled 52-room Guilford Mansion, home of publisher A.S. Abell. Palmer Lamdin all brick 7+BR, 6/2BA Tudor manse. Grand formal rooms, intimate gathering areas, gourmet Kit, Conservatory & FamRm, 2 MBR suites. Superb millwork, oak/mahogany inlay floors, 7 beautiful FPs, all on 4 finished levels. Beautiful landscaping & gardens, patios & terraces, 1.4 acres.


2 replies on “House of the Day: Guilford Mansion With Ties to Former Baltimore Sun Publisher A.S. Abell”

  1. Designed by Edward L. Palmer in 1915 for Corbin Braxton Dallam. Mr. Dallam was the president of W. C. Robinson & Son, an oil company, while Mrs. Dallam ( née Nannie Poultney Fisher) was the daughrer of Charles David Fisher, head of grain exporting firm Gill & Fisher, and grew up in an even grander mansion, “Roland View” in Ruxton.

    1. Hi Taffy, you are right about this house. I spent some time at the Maryland Historical Society, and realized that you make an especially good point because a lot of sources seem to think the house was designed for Abell.
      I got so interested in the history house of this mansion that am doing a Hot House on it tomorrow. Let me know if you have any more information that I miss! Thanks, Cynthia

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