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


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

Family-owned cannabis purveyor puts down roots in Lutherville

The state-of-the-art grow rooms at Curio Wellness are maintained by dedicated cultivators who ensure premium products are produced for Maryland patients. (Handout photo)

Singling out the right seedling to become the matriarch, or “mother plant,” for a full-fledged cannabis-growing operation is a lot like a family competition, says Wendy Bronfein, marketing director for Curio Wellness in Lutherville.

With Small-Time Appeal, Baltimore-Born Wild Kombucha is Poised for Expansion

From left to right: Adam Bufano, Sergio Malarin and Sid Sharma. Photo via Mobtown Fermentation.

Mobtown Fermentation’s Wild Kombucha is on a growth spree, one that co-founder Sid Sharma says might have never happened if it weren’t for Baltimore.

The Rack: Calico Corners Opens New Fabric and Home Design Location In Lutherville

Madcap Cottage Designs, featured at the new Calico Corners in Lutherville

For more than 65 years, Calico Corners has had the enviable job of making homes across America more beautiful. Growing from a modest “designer seconds” fabric store in Bedford Village, N.Y., in 1948 to a national chain with more than 75 home decorating stores, Calico has established itself as a go-to retail source for decorative fabrics once only sold through designers. It’s also expanded to offer design services for home decorating, including window treatments, custom upholstery, furniture and more.

Green Spring Racquet Club Closing April 30 to Make Way for a Hopkins Medical Facility

Photo from 2014, via Google Maps


After more than four decades, the Green Spring Racquet Club is closing permanently this month to make way for a surgical center that will be built and operated by Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Minute by Minute: Artist Palden Hamilton honors moments in time with a painting show at Halcyon House

"Madonna Whole" by Palden Hamilton. A show of Hamilton's work opens October 13 at Halcyon House in Lutherville.
New Work by Palden Hamilton                                                                                 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 13, 5-7pm  (show runs through Nov. 12)       Halcyon House 11219 Greenspring Ave. Lutherville, MD 21093                                     RSVP: [email protected]

Artist Palden Hamilton describes his paintings as “testaments of time spent…” and “souvenirs of experiences.” Born and raised in Baltimore, Hamilton attended the Gilman School, and received his B.F.A. from The prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He continued to study at the Art Students League of New York before moving back to Maryland, where he works as a commission portrait painter and teaches painting at Zoll Studio of Fine Art in Monkton. 

Baltimore County Man Vanishes, Then Gets Indicted for $50M in Fraud



Brian Keith Wallen of Lutherville vanished last month, leaving behind a suicide note. But then things got more complicated.

Mill Valley In Lutherville: One of A Kind Gardener’s Oasis, Artist’s Compound In The Woods


Hot House: 738 Bomont Road, Lutherville, MD 21093


Contemporary style house, circa 1969, brick with charcoal siding. Four bedrooms, 3.5 baths over 3,571 sq. ft. and two stories. Artists studio (detached), multiple greenhouses, potter’s workshop and detached library. Gardens designed by Gutierrez. Recent addition by Penza using reclaimed materials throughout. Large finished basement, central A/C, detached three-car garage. Deer fencing. Stream, meditation garden, on 2.1 acres: $850,000

Falls Road


Falls Road

Found, In Lutherville: What Everybody Wants In A House Lately



Hot House: 11207 Falls Road, Lutherville, MD 21093

 Traditional style brick and wood frame house on private road, circa 1957, all systems updated and well maintained. 4 bedrooms, 5 baths over three levels, 5,322 sq. feet plus 1,300 sq. ft. partially-finished basement. First floor master suite, large kitchen with breakfast room, granite counters, s/s appliances, dining room, large living room and family room both with fireplace, den, wine cellars. Swimming pool and hot tub with bluestone surround, mature plantings, English boxwood garden, stone hardscaping, on six private acres. 8’ deer fence. Two-car attached garage with separate garage/studio: $1,600,000


What: According to realtors, the number one most-sought-after item for home buyers lately is a first floor master suite. Nine out of 10 best-selling house plans for 2013 have a FFMS, according to Builder magazine online. In East Hampton NY, where they know a thing or two about home buying trends, realtor Bruce Pellman pointed out in January that “If a seller wants to get close to the asking price, he better have a first-floor master suite. Unless they are very young buyers, people with money are thinking ‘I don’t want to be climbing stairs in 10 years’.”

In this house, you won’t need to climb the stairs. Down a long quiet hall to the right of the entrance foyer, well away from the main house, is an enviable  first floor master suite. Spacious and light, it’s big windows look over the rolling back lawn. There are huge closets and a luxurious master bath with separate shower and toilet. Laundry is down here too, accessible but hidden. In fact, the whole house is designed for easy living, and the FFMS is just part of it.

Big, sunny rooms flow sensibly in to other big, sunny rooms, and most have a view out the back to distant woods or pool garden. The grounds are beautiful, and beautifully maintained. Really nice stonework. There’s a covered back porch for watching the sunset. Large as the house is, it doesn’t ramble. It feels tight and tidy – a good house for travelers who want minimal house worries while they’re away in Palm Beach.



Where: Although the address is Falls Road, 11207 is at least a quarter mile from Falls, down a winding private road — a sign says Woodward, and the entrance is across Falls Road from St. Paul’s School. It’s a pretty enclave of houses, just glimpsed through the tall trees, all with acres of landscaped ground. An air of quiet luxury reigns, there’s no noise other than the birds. And yet, Greenspring Station is a half-mile down the hill, and from there, access to I83 goes south into the city or north to PA. Joppa Road takes you over to Towson. Hard to improve on this location if you want a private country setting.

Why: FFMB gives lots of living options for a luxury home. Guests, adult children, in-laws, disabilities can all be gracefully accommodated with no inconvenience.

Why Not: You’re going to need a ride-on lawn mower ….

Would Suit: Active family — but equally early retirees and people with more than one house.

NB: Famous Oriole lives nearby.