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Top Stories: Blue Ocean Realty Eyeing Move to Old Mount Washington Church, Hammerjacks Owners Apply for Booze License, Heather Cook’s Parole Rejected

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The top story on our site this week concerned one of Baltimore’s largest private real estate developers proceeding with some unique renovation plans for an empty Mount Washington church.

On Tuesday, Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation approved Blue Ocean Realty’s blueprint to restore and convert a vacant sanctuary at at 1700 South Road into a new company headquarters. The project would entail removing stained-glass windows and replacing them with clear ones, lowering window sills to let in more light, “encapsulating” two crosses outside, adding a new floor to the church and regrading a hill to make room for a new lobby.

The project doesn’t have an estimated cost yet. Once finished, the former church will fit 30 staffers, with some extra room for expansion.

“For us, this project is much more than an investment,” Blue Ocean president Jonathan Ehrenfeld told the commission. “It is a home. We are pulling out all the stops to bring this project to life.”

Here were the other most popular pieces on Baltimore Fishbowl this week:

Modern English: Chic Family House In Homeland Asks $1,350,000

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Hot House: 213 Goodale Road, Baltimore, MD 21212

English village-style house in brick, circa 1930, with slate roof and copper trim. Six bedrooms, four full and two half baths over over four levels. 4,850 sq. feet with finished basement. Entrance hall, living room with french doors, fireplace and window seat, paneled library, sunroom with doors to double patio. Hardwood floors throughout. Renovated master bath with custom desk and cabinetry. Bathrooms remodeled. Bedroom closets added. New central air, two-car garage, extensive professional landscaping, on a .26-acre lot: $1,350,000

Stone Tudor With Double Lot On Premier Street In Homeland: Asking $1.265M

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Hot House: 5111 Springlake Way, Baltimore, 21212 MD

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Stone Tudor style house, circa 1930 with slate roof, brick chimneys, copper gutters. Recent renovation. Six bedrooms 4.5 baths over 4,500 square feet. Hardwood floors, many original architectural features. Grand entrance hall with wrought iron stair rail, arched doorways, living room with stone fireplace and french doors, dining room, den, stone sunroom, clubroom with fieldstone wet bar. Gourmet kitchen with black La Cornue stove, marble counters, and island, beamed ceiling. Large master bedroom suite with luxury bathroom. Two-car attached garage, second floor stone patio, bluestone patio with enclosed pond. Three-quarter acre landscaped lot: $1,265,000 

CEO House, Under $1 Million: Extended Stone Cape Cod On Double Lot In Homeland

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Hot House: 1 Goodale Road, Baltimore,  MD 21212

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Stone Cape Cod style house, with slate roof and wings on either side, circa 1951. Four bedrooms, 4 baths over 3,565 sq. ft. First floor en suite master bedroom, formal living and dining rooms, large new gourmet kitchen w/gas fireplace, granite counters, high-end appliances. Library/family room, sunroom, partially finished basement, zoned central a/c. Large landscaped lot with extensive stonework. Attached 2-car garage plus off street parking pad on .63 acre lot : $975,000

A Forever House In Homeland: You, The Kids, And A Super Clean Dog

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Hot House: 214 Goodale Road, Baltimore 21212

Stone and stucco, French country style house, designed by Palmer-Lamdin, circa 1929. Four bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths over three stories, 4,144 sq. ft. Hardwood floors, crown moldings, large family room with gas fireplace, den, living room with fireplace, dining room and eat in kitchen/granite counters, mudroom. Large master suite with walk in closets, sep. glass shower.  Semi-finished basement, 2 car detached garage, central a/c: $874,500.

O’Malley Family Moves Back to North Baltimore

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Photo of the Maryland Governor's Mansion, via Flickr user Maryland GovPics
Photo of the Maryland Governor’s Mansion, via Flickr user Maryland GovPics

Now that his stint in the Governor’s Mansion is up, Martin O’Malley is moving his family back to a familiar place: North Baltimore.

House of the Day: Six Bedroom Stone Colonial On Double Lot In Homeland

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$760,000
107 Goodale Road, Homeland
6 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
107 Goodale Road
107 Goodale Road
107 Goodale Road

Cozy English Tudor In Homeland: Just In Time For Dinner Party Season

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Hot House: 208 Saint Dunstan’s Road, Baltimore, 21212

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English Tudor Revival, circa 1929, half stone, half timbered, slate roof. Four bedrooms, 2.5 baths, over four levels and 3,000 sq. ft. Entrance hall, updated kitchen, family room, second floor office, third floor loft. Large rooms, hardwood floors throughout. Private landscaped yard with gardens, stone patio, two car garage, unfinished basement, central a/c: $710,000

In Homeland: French Style Cottage On Beautiful Landscaped Lot

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$485,000
316 Taplow Road, Homeland
3 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
316 Taplow Road
316 Taplow Road
316 Taplow Road

First Comes Canton, Then Comes Homeland: Hello, Tunbridge Road

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Hot House: 345 Tunbridge Road, Baltimore, 21212

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Wood shingled, Dutch colonial style house with slate roof, circa 1930, with 5 bedrooms and 2 baths over 3,150 sq. ft. Dining room, living room with fireplace, new granite island kitchen, main floor family room, third floor playroom. Hardwood floors throughout. Two-zone central a/c, separate 2-car garage, landscaped .25 acre yard: $549,500

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