Rarely available 13+ foot wide, three-story townhouse across the street from historic St. Mary’s Park. Featuring 12-foot ceilings, a luxury master suite, a bright and spacious recreation room with stunning park views, and a private backyard, this home boast original hardwood floors, two fireplaces, and a woodstove.
The main level features a large dining room—currently seating up to 10—with exposed brick and a fireplace. The open concept eat-in kitchen is spacious, featuring stainless steel appliances, a kitchen island, and updated cabinetry. At the back of the house is a cozy living room with exposed brick and hardwood floors, and a door to the garden.
In the backyard oasis, you’ll find a charming tile pathway lined with historic bricks, a mossy stone wall, tall trees, and a working outdoor brick woodstove. Fenced in and hard landscaped, the garden is perfect for the homeowner looking for a private escape from the city. This little oasis has plenty of room for your favorite plants and the sounds of our neighborhood owls. It’s also wired for an outdoor hot tub.
On the second floor, you’ll find a spacious bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, woodstove, and loads of natural light thanks to a skylight. In the hallway is a spacious bathroom with a clawfoot tub and unique sink and mirror, with a sliding glass door that adds flair. Further down the hall is the large main bedroom. With original hardwood floors and large modern windows, the room features a large fireplace, storage closet, and an illuminated walk-in closet for two. The en-suite spa bath offers a soaking tub, a unique sink and mirror, and built-in storage for all of your cosmetics.
The third floor is an open room, which has been used as a third bedroom, a workout area, and an office—as it is now—which has been perfect for working from home during the Pandemic. The bright and airy space would be a perfect artist’s loft or bedroom and has two windows—one of which looks out over St. Mary’s Park, which has been part of the modern art installation, Cicada Parada.
The unfinished basement is full height and ready to be finished. Currently used for storage (built-in) and laundry with included washer, dryer, and work sink. With a small front garden window, the basement could be home to a recreation room, movie room, or workout studio.
This registered historic row home is in the Seton Hill / Mount Vernon area, two blocks from the Centre Street light rail station and Howards Park Dog Park, and within walking distance of University of Maryland Medical Center and Mercy Medical Center, Camden Yards, Baltimore School for the Arts, and Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, and of course the Inner Harbor.
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