1200 Steuart Street, Locust Point Industrial Area
2 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
1,866 square feet
Amazing value in Silo Point. Top floor home with gorgeous views of Canton and Fells Point from every room. 11′ ceilings give added drama. 2 deeded PARKING SPACES. Wood floors throughout. Master suite with large walk in closet and super bath. Spacious covered balcony for outside relaxation. Gourmet kitchen. Electronic House Magazine’s “2011 Home of the Year” – one touch control over lighting. A 10+
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610 Somerset Road, Keswick
3 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
1,592 square feet
3 BR, 3 BA Condo in Henderson’s Wharf $690,000
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-3pm
Waterfront living evokes a certain lifestyle, especially when it’s metropolitan waterfront. Henderson’s Wharf, in historic Fell’s Point is no exception. With a blend of new luxury housing, gorgeous marinas, and the charm of cobble stone streets in a retail district with a 250 year history, steps away from restaurants and art shops, this condo has it all.
The current owner of this two level home has an eye for design, and gutted and remodeled the unit to bring a large open living area with soaring ceilings and plenty of personal space. Little details like built-in wall boxes to showcase your favorite piece of art, a plexi-glass rail guard at the top of the stops to keep an open flow, extra storage space, contemporary lighting, and two hot water heaters for maximum efficiency.
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Featured Hot Listing: 2901 Boston Street, #410, Canton 21224
If you’re in the market for a water front condo with spectacular views and a passport to the Canton lifestyle, better hurry…this one’s going fast.
Many condos have come on the market lately, especially around the water. According to local agents, active buyers abound, too, with money in their pockets and time on their hands in search of the perfect place. Often the hunt is halted by the old Goldilocks scenario: either it’s too big, or too small, or lacks a great view.
Not this time. This condo’s just right.
Featured Hot Listing: 2515 Boston St. #P8 Canton, MD 21224
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2/10 12:30-2:30
There are lots of Baltimore condos near the water these days — so buyers have plenty to chose from — but none offer the vantage point of the Anchorage with its breathtaking views of the harbor, Ft. McHenry and Key Bridge, nor the custom touches of this unique penthouse.
The open floor plan offers 2100 sq. ft. of living space, made larger with plenty of natural light from harbor-facing windows and a generous footprint that provides plenty of options for your personal feng shui.
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
HOT HOUSE: 717 President Street, #504 Baltimore, 21202
Two bedroom, two and a half bath, luxury condominium in Spinnaker Bay at Harbor East, 2,258 square feet, with south and east water views, granite countertops, hardwood floors, shared boat slip, and two parking spots: Recently reduced to $898,000
What: Spinnaker Bay is a cornerstone building (circa 2005) in the wildly popular urban center at Harbor East. There are some more and less expensive condos than this one — both in the Spinnaker and in other nearby residential towers — but you could do a lot worse than this sunny two bedroom-plus-den, with views directly onto the marina. Clean, modern and full of light, the open plan gives a feeling of wide-open space, as do floor-to-ceiling windows. Balcony off the bedroom with polished steel railings. Hardwood floors and nine-foot ceilings throughout. The owner has upgraded with bamboo floors in the living area, and custom cabinetry in the kitchen. Master bedroom is large, with walk-in closet, and more views. Great master bath with large glass shower and double glass sinks. Building amenities include very nice common areas, 24-hour security desk and cameras, a heated rooftop pool and exercise room. Condo fee includes parking.
Why: You’re an urban animal, and you can’t be driving around looking for fun after a long day. Here, you’re just steps from work, and from the best Baltimore has to offer in terms of retail and restaurants. There’s Charleston, Cinghiale and the James Joyce Tavern. There’s Sassanova, Urban Chic, South Moon Under and more on the way. The Landmark Theatre and the seven-mile waterfront promenade, are literally at your doorstep.
Why Not: Taxes are high, at $23K. Building is architecturally nothing special.
Where: 717 S. President Street (Spinnaker Bay) is the building across Aliceanna Street from the Landmark Theatre. It is the building that houses Oceanaire, Lebanese Taverna and Cinghiale. Take 83-S to President Street, halfway around the circle, and you’re there. Great access to points north and south.
Would Suit: Successful singles (or doubles) building an impressive resume at Legg, Brown, Exelon or other. Divorcees – preferring the relative anonymity of city life while looking for new (and improved) partner.
NB. Across the street is the Vue, a larger condo tower (housing the Landmark and the MAC gym). It has fewer amenities, but it’s a little newer, and utilities are included. You may want to compare the two before deciding.
Contact: Cynthia Conklin at Yerman, Witman, Gaines & Conklin. See listing in Baltimore Fishbowl Real Estate