Featured Listing: Paradise in Pasadena brought to you by Maureen Lalley of the Whit Harvey Group.
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Many people don’t know about the secluded community located just off of Lake Avenue between Boy’s Latin School and the Elkridge Club. Just over the line into Baltimore County, Lakehurst Drive is a no-through loop, and traffic is kept at a minimum along the tree-lined streets. The neighborhood has a variety of houses of differing styles, but there is no other even remotely like the home nestled down at the end of Overlook Lane.
You might be deceived by the lovely yet unassuming front – don’t be – this home is much larger than it first appears! There are four charming, generously sized bedrooms, two on the main level, each with their own bath, and two with a shared bath on the second level. Click to read more.
One-of-a-kind home in secluded setting on a dead-end lane. Backs to The Elkridge Club ponds. Four bedroom plus huge master suite addition accessed via a gallery of windows. Designed by Ziger/Snead LLP Architects with fireplace, balcony, his & hers baths and walk-in closets, the master suite feels like its own getaway cottage. Pool house with sitting room, kitchen and full bath. Gorgeous landscaping by Higgins Lazarus. There is nothing else like this property in Baltimore! For more information, please call Whit Harvey at 443-286-5808 or Maureen Lalley at 410-790-5053.
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You know how you drive around Baltimore, or walk down the sidewalk in your neighborhood, you wonder, “Who lives there? I wonder what the inside of that home looks like?” At the Whit Harvey Group we are starting a new feature called “Peek of the Week”, where we get to visit the homes of friends, colleagues, and anyone else who will let us in. Peek of the Week launches today, with our own Maureen Lalley.
John and Maureen Lalley love to have friends over and their dining room is the perfect place for them to entertain. The southern-facing 12 over 12 windows let in plenty of sunlight during the day, and the wood-burning fireplace – which they use often in the winter – makes for warm and cheery holiday meals. Click to view article.