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French country-style Ruxton estate asks $2.5 million

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Hot House: 1307 Walnut Hill Lane, Ruxton, MD 21204

This Hot House is sponsored by Roofing Contractor in BaltimoreFour Twelve Roofing

French country-style house in stone and stucco, circa 2000, with extensive wine cellar and heated swimming pool. Seven bedrooms, five full and two half-baths over two stories and 6,685 square feet. Full, finished lower level with indoor sports court and theater. Entrance hall, open living area with fireplace and multiple French doors to pool. Timber ceilings and lintels. Vintage barn wood floors. Large kitchen with raised-hearth wood-burning fireplace, Traulsen fridge. Distinctive mantels from France. Dining room and main-floor bedroom, also with French doors to pool. Guest suite with kitchen above three-car garage. Central air. Two-acre property with mature plantings and professional landscaping: $2,499,000

Hot Plate: Nori opens in Hampden, Damascus meets Caracas at Alma Cocina Latina, Gertrude’s patio parties begin

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Cosima, which has one of the prettier outdoor spaces in the city, will not be open for brunch during July and August.

The lazy days of mid-summer have arrived in Baltimore, but local restaurants still have plenty of announcements and fun events to keep you busy. Here’s a look at what’s happening this week:

Hot Plate: Restaurant closings, farmers’ markets return, Cinco de Mayo, Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day plans

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The Sandlot opens for the season on Saturday, May 5, with a party featuring a new Monument City Brewing beer.

Not all of this week’s restaurant news is good–-a couple tough closings have recently been announced. But we have a big party weekend ahead of us, Baltimore, and a lot to look forward to for the rest of the month.

Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Lines in the Sand with Loads of Potential: The Sandlot’s Opening Week

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The Sandlot, Baltimore’s new beachside restaurant, gleams with potential right off the bat.

Sandlot Baltimore at Harbor Point Opens Thursday

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Photo by Ed Gunts

Tomorrow is opening day for Sandlot Baltimore, the bar, restaurant and “beach hangout” that Foodshed LLC and Beatty Development Group have been building at Harbor Point.

Urban Landscape: Ground Broken for $30M Ronald McDonald House; Construction Underway for Harbor Point’s ‘Sandlot’; Williams Sonoma Closes Towson Store; Mahan Rykiel Moves to New Home

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Rendering of the planned new Ronald McDonald House, via Ronald McDonald House Charities.

After 35 years on the west side of downtown, the Ronald McDonald House is moving east.

Construction Pushes Fells Point Farmers’ Market to Temporarily Move to Harbor Point

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Photo via Beatty Development

The Fells Point Farmers’ Market, a rite of spring in East Baltimore, is usually held in Broadway Square, at the foot of Broadway.

City Planners Approve Design for Spike Gjerde’s Sandlot Project at Harbor Point

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Rendering via Baltimore Planning Commission

Restaurateur Spike Gjerde’s new Inner Harbor venture, the Sandlot, cleared a key development hurdle this spring when Baltimore’s Planning Commission approved the design.

Vida Taco Bar, a ‘Farm-to-Taco’ Restaurant, is Coming to Baltimore

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A rendering of 1405 Point, via Beatty Development Group.

Vida Taco Bar of Annapolis is coming to Baltimore this year.

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