House of the Day: Classic Rowhouse In Roland Park

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$329,000
3930 Beech Avenue
3 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
1,500 square feet
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue

3930 Beech Avenue

3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue

3930 Beech Avenue

3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue
3930 Beech Avenue

3930 Beech Avenue
Exclusive 3BR 1.5 BA Rowhome in Roland Park. Remodeled kitchen opens to dining room with bamboo floors, granite counter tops and new cabinets/appliances. Updated bathrooms. Nice, clean, functional and dry partially finished basement. Separate garage, seasonal awning for fenced in backyard. Walking distance to Hopkins, Hampden, and park. Beautifully maintained, priced to sell. Wont last long!!
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7 COMMENTS

  1. I wouldn’t exactly call that Roland Park. Wyman Park, maybe. Hampden, maybe. But not Roland Park.

    • Yes, I thought the same thing, but when I saw that the real estate listing described the location as Roland Park, I left it as is. But I am going to tag it with Wyman Park and Hampden too!

  2. i find that real estate agents will stretch boundaries as far as they can. what happened to highlandtown? it’s all canton now. and federal hill extends all the way south to i-95. roland park is everywhere. the old neighborhoods of tuxedo park and evergreen have ceased to exist, now being swept into roland park by the real estate agents.

  3. Roland Park Association as this part of Beech Ave as a part of the Roland Park Historic District, but I figured it was always Wyman Park.

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