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Hot property: Tchaikovsky once visited this Mount Vernon home with a conservatory and Italian marble columns

Location/Address: 829 Park Ave., Baltimore

List Price: $1,149,000

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Year built: 1880

Last Sold/Price: $242,000 in 1999

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Real estate agent: Dilip Kinra of DNK Real Estate, LLC

Property size: This 12,670 square-foot town home in the heart of Mount Vernon has 7 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 3 half baths spread over four floors, including an unfinished basement and garage and servants’ quarters.

Unique features: Stunningly beautiful historic townhouse once played host to the 19th century Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1891. Owned from 1885 to 1906 by the Knabe family of piano makers, this meticulously maintained single-family home in Mount Vernon rivals the nearby Walters Art Museum for opulence. Visitors will revel in the mahogany-paneled dining room, the conservatory with Italian marble columns and red and yellow tiled floor, the large stained glass skylight, double pedestal fireplace and carved moldings and intricate metalwork while appreciating such modern amenities as central air conditioning, a modern kitchen with a double range, electronic entrance gate and second-floor laundry.

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