Curb Appeal





[highlight color=”red”]$174,900[/highlight] Modest Luxury

Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2 Square feet: 1,600

Not ready for a house? Or maybe you’re downsizing. Whatever your motivation, this condo’s the perfect fit. With two bedrooms and two baths, there’s plenty of space to stretch out. Cozy up in the loveseat nooks on either side of the fireplace, or slide across the hardwood floors in your socks. At the end of the day, enjoy a relaxing soak in the jetted bathtub. And the open floor plan means you’ll be able to arrange things exactly as you envision. —ARI GERZOWSKI, RE/MAX SAILS INC., 443-277-7614




[highlight color=”red”]$330,000[/highlight] Historic Find

Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 1/2 Square feet: 1,239

If living in the heart of Mount Vernon is your goal, you’re home. Across the street from the Washington Monument, this condo rocks historic majesty on the outside and modern chic design inside—kind of like Baltimore itself. The balcony overlooks Mount Vernon Place—with the high ceilings and natural light, think of the dinner parties you can throw. Thanks to the astounding amount of storage, you can bring along all your favorite furniture. —JULIE SINGER, WALDNER WINTERS TEAM OF KELLER WILLIAMS, 443-579-1516



[highlight color=”red”]$579,000[/highlight] Ravishing Rowhouse

Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 5 Square feet: 3,969

Who says you need to go to the suburbs to snag a great family home? This charming house comes with four bedrooms and five bathrooms—no sharing. A truly modern kitchen stocks all the amenities, and dramatic wall colors add a sense of vibrancy across the house. Summer cookouts will be easy with the private deck and fully landscaped backyard. Add in the brick face and dark blue front door, you’ve got the perfect rowhouse—no, rowhome. —JAMES BALDWIN & ANDREA GRIFFIN, BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY REALTY, 410-727-0606



[highlight color=”red”]$1,745,000[/highlight] Gilded Grandeur

Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 4 1/2 Square feet: 6,819

Looking to splurge with that extra couple million you have lying around? The historic Jenkins Mansion, built in 1888, is a testament to the high society of the Gilded Age in Baltimore. Picture hardwood floors, high ceilings, gold leafing, marble fireplaces and mahogany cabinets. It doesn’t get more ornate than the detailed workmanship on display in this fully restored home. Oh, and there’s a nine-headed shower! —ANTHONY CORRAO TEAM, LONG & FOSTER REAL ESTATE, INC., 410-715-2026


This article appears in the May/June 2016 issue of STYLE. 

Never miss a story.
Sign up for our newsletter.
Email Address


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here