Tag: stucco

House of the Day: Stucco Colonial With New Kitchen, In Roland Park

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$785,000
209 Club Road, Roland Park
5 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
3,295 square feet
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5 BEDROOM CLASSIC ROLAND PARK COLONIAL BOAST CHARM AND ORIGINAL DETAIL. BUTLERS PANTRY, BACK STAIR AND POWDER ROOM ON MAIN LEVERL AND MUCH MORE !! NEW KITCHEN. RESTORED SUN ROOM , 2 FIREPLACES , FORMAL LIVING ROOM AND DINING ROOM . FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE . REC ROOM ADDS ADDITIONAL LIVING SPACE . MAGNIFICENT GROUNDS FOR ENTERTAINING , BALCONY OFF FAMILY ROOM
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House of the Day: Stucco Foursquare In Medfield, With Porch and Garage

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$239,900
4436 Clydesdale Avenue, Medfield
3 bedroom(s), 1 bathroom(s)
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4436 Clydesdale Avenue
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4436 Clydesdale Avenue
4436 Clydesdale Avenue

Gorgeous Former Home of Edgar Allan Poe’s “Blood” Relative in Ruxton

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HOT HOUSE: 1818 Ruxton Road, Ruxton,  21204

Circa 1875, cream color stucco mansion in the southern style, once home to the cousin of Edgar Allan Poe.  Eight bedrooms, five baths, seven working fireplaces, 7,100 sq. ft., on 1.85 acres with pond: $1,950,000

Pigtown Design: Faux Châteaux (in Baltimo’?)

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While I was out taking the pictures the other day, I took some time to drive through one of Baltimore’s prettiest neighborhoods and take some pictures of houses that caught my eye.

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