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Charming 1836 farmhouse in Lutherville asks $750K: 1.9 acres with barn

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Hot House: “Henry’s Delight,” 2615 Pot Spring Road, Lutherville, MD 21093

Fieldstone farmhouse, circa 1836, with frame addition, circa 1905, completely restored. Four/five bedrooms, 2.5 baths over two and a half stories and 3,585 square feet. Entry foyer, living room, dining room, open-plan eat-in kitchen and family room, master suite with double walk-in closets, glass shower and den/dressing room. Three further bedrooms, office, three fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout. Central AC, attic, unfinished basement. Large wooded barn with hayloft, converted to four-car garage and workroom. Landscaped 1.9-acre lot: $749,900

Hot House: In Idyllic Sabina-Mattfeldt, a rare, renovated farmhouse

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Hot House: 5521 Mattfeldt Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209

Cedar shingle farmhouse in Sabina-Mattfeldt, circa 1900, with front porch and back deck, completely and recently renovated. Two bedrooms, one bath over three stories, 1,905 sq. ft with basement. Hardwood floors throughout. New Pella windows. Open living/dining room area, new kitchen with stainless appliances opens to family room with fireplace and new back deck. New bathroom with ceramic tile. Two bedrooms with closets. All new HVAC and electrical systems, central AC, recently updated roof, driveway with off street parking, .12 acre lot: $299,000

1812 Colonial Farmhouse In Monkton: 34 Acres With Hilltop Setting And Access To Gunpowder

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Hot House: Sycamore Farm, 1560 Blue Mount Road, Monkton, MD 21111

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Wood frame colonial style farmhouse, circa 1812 with wraparound front porch. Five bedrooms, 5.5 baths over 5,300 sq. ft. Partial unfinished basement. Hardwood floors, oversized windows with views, large rooms, high ceilings, 5 fireplaces, original architectural details. Master suite with attached bath and fireplace. Updated kitchen with heated floors. Fenced yard with patio. 10 year old asphalt roof, new furnace, new central A/C. In-law apartment, red painted barn (needs work) and separate detached cottage with water access. Direct access to Gunpowder River and trails. Agriculture zoned: $849,944

Historic Farmhouse On 10 Acres In Parkton: Barn, Stream And Pasture Optional

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Hot House: 18207 Bunker Hill Road, Parkton MD 21120

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Stone and frame colonial style farmhouse, circa 1896 (possibly older), well-maintained, with later addition and recent wood shingle roof. Includes pool, 4-car garage, several outbuildings and 10 acres of land. House has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths over three levels, floored attic. Entrance foyer, living /dining room, library, family room. Galley kitchen. Master bedroom suite with sep. bath and shower. All bedrooms have fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout. Separate land parcel with 8.12 acres includes stream and pasture Additional 8.5 acres also available, separately priced, with fine old barn. House with 10 acres,  $984,900 (8.12 acre parcel is $527,900)

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House of the Day: Century Old Farmhouse, Like New, In Funky Hamilton

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$173,000
2815 Hamilton Avenue, Harford Echodale
3 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue
2815 Hamilton Avenue

High End Farmhouse, Smashing Views, And 21 Private Acres On Garrison Forest Road

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535 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117

 535:rearStucco house with slate roof, copper gutters, circa 1951, extended and luxuriously renovated in 2001. 6,312 sq. ft. over four levels, with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half baths, 5 fireplaces, 29′ gourmet kitchen and pantry, 34’ family room with chestnut floor and antique beams, master suite with double dressing room/closets, au pair suite, dual offices, library. Swimming pool, 90’ stone patio, screened porch, courtyard with five car garage, extensive deer fencing, 21 acres with stream, trails: $2,400,000

535:screenporch What:  Built in 1951 by Baltimore architect Charles Ness for the Baltimore banker and horse breeder Hugh O’Donovan, this house made its leap into the luxury home category in a no-expense-spared 2001 renovation. Current owners Maris and Bill Baker, with two boys and four dogs, bought it in 2006. “It was too good to pass up. A former owner had done everything, beautifully. Later on he told us he lost $700,000 on the sale, with what he put into it – which included 56 custom mahogany doors …”  The high-end detail is impressive in itself, but it’s the way it was incorporated into the original house that preserves the character and keeps the charm. At every turn there is a noteworthy detail. The roof slates are laid in a European-style graduated pattern, largest slates on the bottom because they get harder wear. The stone patio is sited to take advantage of not just the rear views of lawn and woods, but side views of the pool, to keep an eye on children. Closet doors are all louvered – for air flow. Repurposed chestnut floors and beams in family room are stunning. Most of the property is fenced, so children and dogs can roam safely. Kitchen has Viking range and hood, granite counters, Subzero fridges, plus cool specialized faucet for filling spaghetti pots. The deer fencing alone is worth its weight in gold. Woodland has been cleared of briars and poison ivy. Inside, the house feels informal, partly because there is no grand entrance hall and partly because it rambles a bit, as a farmhouse will.  Bedrooms upstairs, all with modern baths, big showers. Totally finished basement. Totally finished everything.

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Spike Gjerde to Open Restaurant in Crush Space in Belvedere Square

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Spike Gjerde

The owner of Woodberry Kitchen, Spike Gjerde, will open next month a “farmhouse diner” and canning operation at Belvedere Square in the space that used to house the restaurant Crush, Bmore Media reports.

Former CEO’s Country Estate on Falls Road in Idyllic Setting

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Hot House: 11530 Falls Road, Sparks, MD.

Colonial style wood frame over brick farm house, circa 1853, wrapped with porches, set on a slight rise. 5,642 sq. ft. over three stories with finished basement.  6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, with swimming pool, veranda, three car garage, 9’ ceilings, mudroom, hardwood floors, fireplaces: $1,795,000

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