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  • Interior designer brings work home with Ruxton townhouse

    Interior designer brings work home with Ruxton townhouse
    When Evelyn Gorman bought her then-10-year-old contemporary brick townhouse in Ruxton 25 years ago, change was the first order of business.
  • Custom-built Stevenson home charms down to the details

    Custom-built Stevenson home charms down to the details
    In a clearing off of a wooded lane in Stevenson is a white stucco, Tuscan-style villa with ornate cast-iron window boxes spilling summer vines, looking like the subject of an impressionist painting. Inside, beyond the driveway and the arched, two-...

    Harford County housing market faces a 'new normal' of low growth

    Harford County housing market faces a 'new normal' of low growth
    Despite signs and talk nationally of a slow recovery in housing construction, Harford County is experiencing one of its slowest years since the nationwide slump began six years ago. According to figures released by the Harford County Department of...

    Second time's a charm in this Catonsville home

    Second time's a charm in this Catonsville home
    What would compel a person to buy the same house twice? For Reggie Sajauskas, the answer can be found in her 1918 traditional clapboard home in Catonsville, one she would not walk away from a second time. Sajauskas and her then-husband bought the...

    Abingdon home built upon Southern elegance

    Abingdon home built upon Southern elegance
    Terry Stafford grew up in Chatham, Va., before bringing her Southern lifestyle to Abingdon some 28 years ago. Of her dream house, she proudly remarks, "Everybody who comes into this house says it should be in Southern Living magazine." That was her plan...