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Restored rowhouse offers space and scenery
Restored rowhouse offers space and scenery

The three-story brick townhouse at 115 W. Lee St. is one of the largest in Baltimore's Otterbein neighborhood. A former rectory for the long-since-gone St. Joseph Catholic Church, this end-of-group home has been meticulously restored by its current owners and is for sale for just under $1.3 million. "This house is on one of the most beautiful streets downtown," said listing agent James Baldwin of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. "Lee Street is classic, tree-lined and broader than most [in the area.] Behind the house there's a beautiful park, Otterbein's largest, which is called Concert Park." Surrounded by trees, the home has ample green space — a...

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