Hot House: 4622 Keswick Road, Baltimore, 21210
Unusual wood shingled church, circa 1894. 4 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, kitchen. 3,241 sq. ft. over one story, with large loft area and bell tower, with bell. Needs total rehab, sold as is: $250,000 (Currently under contract)
What: Picturesque historic church, decommissioned, owned by Tylden Streett, a well-known Baltimore sculptor. Mr. Streett, who taught at MICA for 53 years, lived until recently on one side of the church, using the other for his studio. A stone marker, still there, records that the church was built in 1894 as the Evergreen Methodist Protestant Church (a splinter sect later reunited with the United Methodist Church).