This house could just as easily be in Nantucket, or along the Northeast coast somewhere, as where it is in the middle of Baltimore City.With it’s grey cedar shingles, white and dark grey accents, jutting rooflines and white picket fence, it’s a classic. The inside is filled with nooks and small rooms, as well as some rather bizarre colour combinations and a 1970’s kitchen. However, it all could be remedied with a few coats of paint. Let’s take a look, shall we?
What fresh hell is this? As if the floors didn’t have enough orange in them, the walls are rather blazing. And the gold trim, EEK! But there is a swinging door, probably to a butler’s pantry, and a working fireplace in the dining room, so some points have been added back.
There are several additional bedrooms, and I will spare you from seeing the bathrooms. Luckily, there’s a lovely and lush shade garden surrounding this houseand there is a huge porch, so that’s an attraction.
All in all, it’s a pretty nice house with great bones and some great spaces. It just needs a bit lot of paint. More information is here.
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