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Michael Phelps’s Canton Trophy Loft


The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Michael Phelps has moved into a $1.1 million, 6,000+ square foot Canton loft  on Curley Street. Could it be the same $1.1 million, 6,000+ square foot Canton loft  on Curley Street that Cynthia McIntyre wrote about for Hot House last January?

Read – Hot House: Trophy Loft in Canton 

It’s only fitting that our Michael should live in a trophy house, no?



Michael Phelps Sells Fells Pt. Condo at $400,000 Loss


Our friends at Curbed are reporting that Michael Phelps has sold his Fells Point condo for less than what he paid for it.  The asking price was $1.42 million, but he sold it for only $1.25 million.  The Olympic champion purchased the property in 2007 for $1.69 million.

Read Michael Phelps Wire: Has the Phenom Sold His Townhouse? at Curbed.com

Asking Price Disclosed For Michael Phelps’s Fells Point Townhouse


The asking price for Michael Phelps’ home is $1,420,000. Last month the Fells Point townhouse owned by the Olympic gold medalist and Baltimorean went on the market with a “by request” asking price. The $1.4 million ask means Phelps expects to take a loss on the three bedroom, five bathroom residence:  he bought the house for $1.69 million in 2007. The four-level property has a rooftop deck and overlooks the water. Interested?

Read more at Curbed DC.

Michael Phelps’s Fells Point Condo on Market


Olympic champ and Towson boy-done-good, Michael Phelps has put his 4,000-square-foot Baltimore condo on the market, reports The Real Estalker. The three-bedroom townhouse in the private community of The Crescent at Fells Point has views of the marina from an upper-floor balcony as well as modern interiors. Phelps bought the property for $1.7 million in 2007.  The current asking price is listed as the murky “price upon request,” but The Real Estalker guesses Phelps wants between $1 and $1.5 million.

Rumored next residences?  Either the Pasadena mansion-on-the-water we wrote about last summer or a condo at the Ritz-Carlton Residences where his mom has a place.

Read more at Curbed DC

Read more at The Real Estalker