Tag: stone house

House of the Day: Stone House In Towson, One Level, With Large Wooded Deck

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$824,900
803 Eton Road, Baltimore
5 bedroom(s), 5 bathroom(s)
4,144 square feet
803 Eton Road
803 Eton Road
803 Eton Road

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: 1847 Stone House, Ready For Rehab, In Trendy Woodberry

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$400,000
3538 Clipper Road, Woodberry
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)
3538 Clipper Road
3538 Clipper Road
3538 Clipper Road
3538 Clipper Road
3538 Clipper Road
3538 Clipper Road
Price is for both 3538 & 3540- The wall has been taken down between the two and is a shell! Ready for the rehab. Parking in rear, old stone exterior, close to light rail. Woodberry Historic District!
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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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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

Casting Call: Traditional Stone House In Murray Hill

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Hot House: 24 Murray Hill Circle, Baltimore, MD 21212

Classic Americana, circa 1951, in stone and wood. Three bedrooms, three baths, 2,774 sq. ft.  over two stories, with large finished basement and a landscaped yard of .51 acres: $795,000

 

What: Picture perfect house that looks like a movie set, where the nice family lives, unsuspecting, before all hell breaks loose.  In real life, though, it’s a very attractive and comfortable house, solidly built and well maintained for the past sixty years. The new roof is a magnificent tile that looks like cedar shake. A good-looking den with fireplace and library was added seamlessly at some point, and the kitchen bumped out, so that there is a lot of room here for a three bedroom house. Large master bedroom suite with walk in closets. Everything is high quality. Hardwood floors, nice millwork, covered stone patio on one side, deck in back. The most fun to be had is in the finished basement, completely carpeted in plush kelly green, miles of it, with a stone fireplace, windows and several small rooms. A great set-up for children.  Back yard is private, although neighbors are close.  Zoned heat, central air.

Recreational Residential Real Estalking

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1703 Frederick Road, Catonsville

$ 650,000

5 br/3 ba

 

I love the way that old stone houses flaunt their history and quality, and this 1930 Catonsville beauty is no exception. The home’s classic proportions, period details and attentive landscaping make for some serious curb appeal. Inside the charm continues: original pocket doors, lovely hardwood floors and built-ins galore. But what about that kitchen? Is it “rustic dream” or “tacky theme”? And the bathrooms? Do those fake brass accents (never a great choice) need to go? The good news is it’s well-priced for such a large house. Maybe the new owners will have some extra change to play with? Visualize: Researching period architecture at the local library, this house is worth it.

 

5017 Wetheredsville Road, Dickeyville

$299,000

4br/4 ba

 

Despite the unfortunate name, I’m kind of crushing on Dickeyville these days. Described in a recent Baltimore Fishbowl Hot House column, the neighborhood is a little known and ridiculously charming historic village…inside the beltway. Fascinating. The “charming” thing is well covered here: the porch, the shutters, the brick chimney are all so darling, the old “red front door” trick seems almost gratuitous. Adding to the home’s appeal is its livable layout; it’s hard to beat four bedrooms and four baths. All this comes with views of the Gwynns Falls Park for less than $300,000? Go look. This might just be an urban legend. Visualize: Working on your MICA continuing studies homework on that back patio.

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