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House of the Day: Stone House In Homeland, With Family Room Addition And Patio Garden

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$935,000
212 Goodale Road, Homeland
4 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
2,800 square feet
212 Goodale Road
212 Goodale Road
212 Goodale Road
212 Goodale Road

House of the Day: In Homeland, English Style Stone House With New Slate Roof

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$679,000
213 Paddington Road, Homeland
5 bedroom(s), 5 bathroom(s)
3,535 square feet
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
213 Paddington Road
Architecturally magnificent Jacobean Revival, English inspired stone home with Gambril slate roof (replaced in 2010), stone parapet gables with paired end chimneys, deep set windows with window seats and updated kitchen is situated at the center of historic Homeland and on one of its finest & coveted streets. Exceptional woodwork by Lewis & Westenhaver exudes charm and elegance.
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House of the Day: Stone Center Hall Colonial in Homeland

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$689,500
106 Taplow Road, Homeland
4 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
106 Taplow Road
REDUCED!! Gorgeous, updated stone center hall Colonial with many updates on a great block. NEW slate roof in 2009; NEW sewer line in 2011; renovated eat-in kitchen in 2007- Spacious sun room off Living Rm-2 FPS-Gleaming hardwood floors-Great outdoor living w/spacious flagstone patio w/awning-2 zoned CAC-Lower level Family Rm w/stone walls & FP-1st floor laundry. Actual square footage 2,897.
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Palmer Lamdin Cottage in Homeland With Wolfgang Oehme Garden

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Hot House: 224 Tunbridge Road, Baltimore MD 21212

Stone cottage designed by Baltimore architects Palmer Lamdin, circa 1928, with new slate roof, circa 2011. 2,640 square feet, with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, wood-burning fireplaces.  Two-story timber-beamed living room, hardwood floors, custom millwork, casement windows with original hardware. Landscaped grounds with extensive stonework: $579,000

tunbridge:fountainWhat: A dream cottage. They rarely come more charming than this —  except maybe in the Cotswalds, where you’d have constant rain. Current owner, a Hopkins professor, lived here for 45 years, and commissioned the late, great landscape designer Wolfgang Oehme to create the woodland garden that surrounds the house, with its beautiful stonework, plantings and basin fountain. After meandering up the stone path, and through the heavy, arched front door, the living room is a surprise. It’s large, and in the scale of the house, feels huge, with a 18’ beamed  ceiling and a large fireplace. The rest of the house is upstairs from here. A step up to the dining room, and a few more to the kitchen. A short flight up to the master bedroom, with fireplace, master bath and walk- in closet. More bedrooms and a nice den on the second floor. Everything could use, but does not absolutely need, updating. The kitchen is quite small, but for one person or a couple, it would be perfect. It would be a shame to “blow out the kitchen” into the idyllic garden, as the architectural integrity of the cottage is a big part of its appeal.  There is a small unfinished basement, and a breezy covered porch, as well as central air.

House of the Day: European Style With Sunny Garden In Homeland

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$649,000
202 Tunbridge Road, Homeland
4 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
202 Tunbridge Road
202 Tunbridge Road
202 Tunbridge Road

Walters Exec Director Julia Marciari-Alexander on Art, Life, and Weather in Baltimore

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courtesy of Sachs Photography, Baltimore
courtesy of Sachs Photography, Baltimore

Julia Marciari-Alexander, the newly christened executive director of the Walters, can’t wait for July first. It’s not that the museum’s launching some grand new exhibit on that day; instead, July 1 marks the date her husband, John Marciari, will step down as curator of the San Diego Museum of Art and call himself an official Baltimorean. This early summer, he, Marciari-Alexander, and their twins, Jack and Beatrice, nine, will all finally reside together in their house in Homeland, embarking on a busy life guaranteed to bring extreme change.

Happy Veteran’s Day, “Homeland” Fans

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If you happen to love the CIA-centered Showtime show “Homeland,” readers, you might love this sketch every bit as much.

Many smart critics are raving about Anne Hathaway’s “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig this weekend — and I couldn’t agree more. The “Homeland” bit’s dynamite, if you know the program, with Hathaway broadly mimic-mugging Claire Dane’s nearly over-the-top, come-and-go cry-fests to a T. Nasim Pedrad meanwhile nails “Dana,” Bill Hader kills as “Saul,” the cork-board cameo scores, and “Carrie’s” beloved jazz makes an interesting appearance.

Timeless, Not Traditional: Stone House On St. Albans Way

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Hot House: 106 St. Albans Way, Baltimore, 21212

Stone house with slate roof, farmhouse/cottage style, designed by architects Palmer, Willis & Lamdin, circa 1920.  Five bedrooms, three full, two half baths, 3,515 sq. ft. over three stories, with stone patio, landscaped gardens and separate garage on .37 acres: $935,000

Who Stole the M from Homeland, Baltimore?

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We have to admit, this bit of creative vandalism made us snicker. (One question: Shouldn’t the E go, too?)

Historic illegal edits include Roland Park transformed to Rolaids Park and, more famously, a highway sign on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway reading “Welcome to Baltimore” extended by one word Hon — the “Hon Man” refreshed his lettering for 10 years’ time, serving as the inspiration for the publication, Welcome to Baltimore, Hon. What’s your favorite example of doctored signage about town? Let us hear.

A Homeland House In Stevenson

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HOT HOUSE: 2001 Wiltonwood Road, Stevenson, MD. 21153

Stone cottage, circa 1951, by Palmer-Lamdin, in the English style. Three bedrooms, three and a half baths over three stories. Slate roof, copper gutters, screened porch, guest house and two car garage, on five acres in Stevenson: $995,000

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