Off the Market: Hot Houses Recently Sold (And Some Not)

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Our every-so-often check on how high-end properties are selling in the Baltimore area reveals the following activity:


SOLD: 5 Club Road, Roland Park. Federal Revival house with underground tunnel to garage.  For $800,000 on September 6.  Asking price was $949,000

sold:fallsSOLD: 4723 Falls Road, Roland Park. Renovated Carriage House. For $849,000 on December 31. Asking price was $995,000.

SOLD: 6029 Hollins Road in Lake Roland. Wooded contemporary, sold for $960,000 on January 23. Asking price was $1,035,000.

SOLD: 1817 South Road, Mt. Washington. Arts and Crafts bungalow, for $490,000 on December 12. Asking price, $525,000.


SOLD: 2001 Wiltonwood Road, Stevenson. Palmer Lamdin stone cottage, for $695,000 on November 15. Original ask, $995,000.


SOLD AT AUCTION: ‘Springfield’ , 12605 Dulaney Valley Road, Phoenix. Historic home in the ‘Valley of Jehosaphat’. $655,000 on January 15. Minimum suggested bid was $250,000.

REDUCED: 2522 Stone Mill Road, Pikesville. This renovated Rockland contemporary has been reduced to $839,000 from $899,000.

SOLD: 24 Murray Hill Circle, Woodbrook, on October 12. Stone Traditional for $765,000, down slightly from an $795,000 ask.

STILL ON: 5970 Cullen Drive, Sabillasville, MD. Historic former power plant, for $999,500

STILL ON: 3515 Anton Farms Road, Pikesville. Converted stone barn, $1,099,000.


STILL ON: 1641Thames Street, Fells Point. Shop and townhouse with harbor views,  for $1,195,000.

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