Tag: Evergreen House

Religious Conversion In Canton: New Condo In Old Church, $549K

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Hot House: 1000 S. Ellwood Avenue (Canton), Baltimore, MD 21224

One of four new town homes in the former Canton Methodist Episcopal Church, circa 1883, brick with slate roof, Gothic Revival style, designed by noted architect Charles L. Carson. Three bedrooms, four baths over 1,909 sq. ft. Open floor plan, original reclaimed wood, stained-glass detailing, vaulted ceiling, church windows. Hardwood floors throughout. Communal roof deck, zoned heat, central air, one-car garage parking: $549,000 (ask about CHAP tax credit)

Hot House: Evergreen House Architect’s Roland Park Home

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HOT HOUSE: 5 Club Road, Baltimore, 21210

Brick Federal Revival home in Flemish bond, circa 1900. Six bedrooms, five and a half baths, six fireplaces, two kitchens.  6,800  square feet on a half acre in Roland Park. Underground tunnel leads to garage: $949,500

What:  A Cadillac of a house.  Restrained in design, finely crafted and very comfortable. This is architect Noel Wyatt’s signature house, built for himself in 1900 as he was designing many of the grand houses of Roland Park, including Evergreen House and the original Baltimore Country Club.  Dr. Henry Wilson, a Baltimore eye-doctor, lived and practiced in this house for over 50 years. With his wife, he raised seven children (and had seven weddings) here. Dr. Wilson bought the house from Mr. Wyatt himself, so the buyer will be just the third owner.

Pigtown Design: The House Beautiful Lecture Series at Evergreen House

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Evergreen’s House Beautiful Lecture Series

I am so excited again this year about Evergreen’s fifth annual The House Beautiful lecture series. This year’s series explores nationalism in design. The illustrated talks will take place in Evergreen’s Bakst Theatre, followed by receptions and book signings with the speakers.  I am especially excited to finally meet lecturer John Tackett, The Devoted Classicist, whose blog I’ve been following since its inception. Here’s this year’s schedule:

March 28: Hermes Mallea, “Great Houses of Havana: A Century of Cuban Stylegreat_houses_of_havana_book_thumbJoin architect and author Hermes Mallea for an exploration of the greatest residences of Havana, celebrating 100 years of creativity, design, and style that made the city “the Paris of the Caribbean.”

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