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Trending: A Large Butcher’s Hill Townhouse On Patterson Park

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Hot House: 136 Patterson Park Avenue South, Baltimore 21231, MD

 

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Federal style townhouse, circa 1850, brick with wood trim and rubberized roof. Twenty ft. wide, 4,000 sq. ft. over four stories, with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, marble fireplaces, hardwood floors, 9’ ceilings. Custom kitchen, updated baths, exceptional storage. Master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, 2 person soaking tub, sep/shower. All new or updated systems. Two car garage, unfinished basement. Cast iron balcony and private patio. Zoned heat and central A/C: $749,000

House of the Day: Townhouse Near Patterson Park With Garage, Roofdeck and Studio Loft

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$425,000
217 Collington Avenue South, Upper Fells Point
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
217 Collington Avenue South

House of the Day: Elegant 1911 Renovated Town House In Butcher’s Hill

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$690,000
2103 Baltimore Street, Butcher’s Hill
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
2103 Baltimore Street
2103 Baltimore Street
2103 Baltimore Street

House of The Day: Nice Renovation, A Block From Patterson Park

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$274,900
15 Montford Avenue, Patterson Place
2 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
15 Montford Avenue
15 Montford Avenue
15 Montford Avenue
15 Montford Avenue
15 Montford Avenue
15 Montford Avenue

Happy Hour & Tour at 101 Ellwood Apartments Tomorrow

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101 Ellwood Lofts and Apartments cordially invites you to a Happy Hour to tour this unique community. Please join us for great food and drinks in a friendly atmosphere.

All members and guests are invited, so please bring your coworkers, friends and prospective residents for this event.

Please kindly RSVP by Wednesday, November 6th, to [email protected].

Looking forward to seeing you soon!
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Presenting: Moby Dick (as only Baltimore can do it)

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Moby Dick

Call me Ishmael. In a bikini. Summer in the city means Fluid Movement (Baltimore’s beloved synchronized-swimming-water-ballet-and-more troupe) is at it again. This year, the company’s twelfth, they’re going classic (and classy) with their own rendition of Moby Dick. Yes, you should expect sparkle, irony, and bathing beauties, but all within the context of Melville’s tale of the ill-fated voyage of the Pequod and Captain Ahab. Perfect for those who’ve neglected their summer reading list, this production is basically a Cliff’s Notes in floaties, and it all takes place at your local public pool.

High End Renovation, Glass Elevator, Water Views in Butchers’ Hill

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Brick townhome, circa 1910, recently and completely renovated. 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, 2886 sq. ft. over 3 stories with basement. 12’ ceilings, gourmet kitchen, 4 level glass elevator, master suite with steam shower, heated floors, 2 car garage, garden deck and top floor deck with views: $675,000

FEATURED HOT LISTING: A Grand Butchers Hill Townhouse

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FEATURED HOT LISTING:  2109 E. BALTIMORE ST. 

 

OPEN HOUSE  Saturday, May 11th 12-2pm

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This beautifully renovated four-story townhouse has grand 12′ ceilings, a stunning curved staircase, great living space — both indoor and outdoor — re-finished  original pine floors and more.  Just when you’re focusing in on the details of the house, like the floor to ceiling windows, fireplaces mantels, impressive views, detailed moldings and more, the home’s modern interiors and contemporary redesign bring to life the livable, attractive space.

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The rooftop deck offers functional space with panoramic views.

One of the fun surprises is the roof top deck, which the owners have made into a wonderful, attractive outdoor living and entertaining space. Enjoy water views and relax in the garden-like space or hang out here with friends.  (Why not do both?)

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Perfect for parties.
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The impressive winding staircase.

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Main level living room. Check out the gorgeous floors.
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Main level elevator.

A glass elevator services all four levels.  No need to worry about climbing the stairs.

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Main level balcony, cozy area for morning coffee.
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Main level dining room with open floor plan.

 

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The updated kitchen with modern, high-end appliances and beautiful wood cabinets.

The top-of-the-line kitchen renovation includes all the amenities to satisfy even the most experienced home chefs.

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Exposed brick and granite counter tops in the kitchen.

 

 

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One of many fireplaces throughout the house.

 

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Views from every level — this one from the second floor.
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Stylish exposed brick hallway on level two.
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Upper level wet bar with wine cooler and fridge.

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Upper level shower with multi-head faucet.
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Upper level sitting area with fireplace.
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Upper level balcony.
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Upper level master bath with dual basin vanity and glass shower.

The master bath features steam shower and heated floors.

 

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Upper level family room with wet bar.
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Upper level family room.

 

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Two-car garage.

Recently added 2-car garage offers workspace as well as parking.

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Lower level garden.

Walk to Patterson Park, and it’s close to Johns Hopkins Hospital, Canton and Fells Point.

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Lower level recreation room.

Open House to be scheduled for Saturday, May 11 12-2.  If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact:

 

 

 

 

 

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Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks in Baltimore

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We live in an economically-segregated world, so much so that it’s sometimes difficult to get a wider view and see things as they really are. That’s why I’m a fan of websites like Rich Blocks, Poor Blocks, where a savvy data journalist has combined U.S. census data with Google Maps technology to create a stark visual representation of who lives where — and how much it costs.

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