• Sophistication in the heart of Washington Village–SOLD IN 4 DAYS

    Like proud parents, the residents of Washington Village are quick to point out the attributes of this neighborhood: walking distance to M & T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards; easy access to I-95 and I-295; walking distance to local pubs and restaurants sprinkled throughout the neighborhood; and its historic homes.
  • 436 Federal Street — design within reach (sold above list price)

    Federal Street homes are ripe with value and nowhere is this more apparent than at 436 Federal Street. This is a true ground-up rehab with all new plumbing and electrical systems and, of course, a home warranty. The walls are architect white and the floors are light natural oak hardwood.
  • Reservoir Hill: It’s time for real estate.

    During my initial home search in Baltimore thirteen years ago, Reservoir Hill was described as a neighborhood on the rebound – a transitional neighborhood about to make that final transition. But then I found articles reporting the same sentiment 20 years earlier. Reservoir Hill and its sibling,
  • Patterson Park Perfection

    Baltimore is a rehab city and there are tons of housing stock available and ready to be transformed. But it’s not easy to turn a caterpillar into a butterfly. It takes drawings, permits and the whole permitting process to contend with – waiting for multiple inspectors to show up at various stages of the project. Many
  • West side, east side.  The two sides of 21212.

    Rodgers Forge is a tree-lined community of tony rowhomes with residents heavily invested in its community and schools. Architecturally, this neighborhood is the very definition of homogeneous. The community, where slate roofs are the norm, has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 2009. Rodgers Forge Elementary and Dumbarton Middle School are rated 10 out of 10 and 9 out of 10, respectively, by greatschools.org.
  • Glen: This northwest Baltimore neighborhood is often overlooked.

    Glen is located in the northwest section of Baltimore, just south of Fallstaff  (a neighborhood I hope to write about in the near future). Glen is rich in architectural diversity:  large craftsman-style bungalows, colonials, Cape Cods and split-level ranchers.  Sprinkled throughout Glen are low-rise 1950s-style apartment complexes,...
  • Ednor Gardens: A stone’s throw.

    Baltimore has over two hundred neighborhoods, each with a personality of its own. Some neighborhoods are deserts of every description – food, opportunity, hope, and peace of mind. Still others thrive with diverse demography and a thick canopy of mature foliage. Ednor Gardens is the latter.
  • Howard Park: A tale of two neighborhoods.

    After years of being considered a food desert, Howard Park now has a major grocery store. Whatever your perceived notions of what a ShopRite might look like, put that aside and visit this one. It’s nice. Just browsing the aisles, I notice a gourmet-shop array of olive oils.

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