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



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.

Pigtown Design: Baltimore Bits and Pieces


Scattered around some of Baltimore’s older neighborhoods, there are about 200 houses designed by the architectural firm, Palmer & Lamdin. These houses are noticeable for their wonderful and sometimes quirky details. They’re loosely based on English cottages, or what everyone’s ideal of an English cottage is. When you see new faux English homes, this is what they’re trying to be.

These Palmer-Lamdin houses don’t come on the market very often – the people who live in them, love them, and never want to leave.

Several people arrived at the brokers open (two days ago) with contracts in hand!

A Homeland House In Stevenson


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