I have fallen in love – and she is completely out of my league. Gracious, beautiful, expressive, and from a good family. She has a fascinating history. Once past her elegant facade she offers a wealth of surprises; rich textures, secret places, warm curves, and the ultimate man cave.
Did I mention that the new love of my life is a house?
I know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but surely this home is beautiful by any standards. Step through the door and enter another world – a world of luxury defined by soaring ceilings, two-inch thick grand mahogany doors, imported marble fireplace surrounds, custom wall treatments and woodwork with detail so intricate and lovely that it would be impossible to recreate today.
This glorious Grande Dame, built in 1907, is located on one of the most beautiful streets in Baltimore in the sought-after neighborhood of Roland Park. From the spacious and high-ceilinged interior to the wide rear veranda and private level back yard, this is a house made for living – both inside and out. And as for entertaining, it simply can’t be beat. Click to view more.
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