We learned over the weekend that Cliffeholme, the historic mansion in the Greenspring Valley that we wrote about in August, sold last Friday. Still no word on the identity of the new owners. But we did finally find out the identity of the new owners of Stemmer House, the 27-acre, three-building, two-pond, six-garden estate, also in the Greenspring Valley, that we wrote about in May. It sold to the CEO of Lion Brothers, an old Baltimore embroidery company. Our source tells us that the family has established a close relationship with former owner Barbara Holdridge, who lived in the house for over 35 years, and is working closely with her to make sure every change is done with the utmost care. Sounds like they are up to the task of caring for and preserving this lovely, cherished Baltimore County property.

Lastly, Tony Foreman’s new restaurant in Roland Park, originally slated to open at the end of the year, will not open until mid-March, we are told.  Residents’ concerns — although not from the RP homeowners’ association — have delayed the project, but it is still on track to open, just a little later than anticipated.

2 replies on “Real Estate Gossip: Cliffeholme Sells, Stemmer House’s New Owners, Tony Foreman’s New Restaurant’s Opening Date”

  1. Ooooooh, didn’t know he was opening a new restaurant!! That’s great ;^D …delicioso to be sure
    As for the news about recession-proof folks who can afford these properties: ….. must be nice!

  2. You are right, soccer22. Must be nice. BTW, the Tony Foreman restaurant is to be located on Roland Ave. where the Roland Park Deli used to be, 4800 Roland Ave – FYI. Maybe we can’t afford the mansions (even at auction!) but maybe we will be able to afford a hamburger at the new restaurant. 🙂

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