- While the quirky decor is a highlight of this nearly $3.3 million Ocean City home, it’s still a beach home at heart.
- The real estate listings tout that this Bolton Hill townhouse was featured on one of the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage’s annual tours — and it’s easy to understand why.
- This 23-foot wide Federal Hill home was designed by Rebecca Swanston, one of the two lead architects behind the American Visionary Art Museum.
Most popular features
- From the street, the white-brick Colonial with the blue shutters doesn’t hint at the expansive rear yard that is a gardener’s dream and was designed by its artist-owner.
- The condo has hardwood floors and a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The marble lobby has a 24-hour concierge. There’s a heated pool with a grill, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a club room with a TV, a business center and private conference room.
- his charming house with brick red trim has porches and pillars and walls of windows that make it open and airy on the inside without compromising the home’s historic integrity.
- This is a thoroughly modern and updated home that has the original architectural details that make it feel like a 19th century farmhouse.
- If you can’t actually live in the Baltimore Museum of Art, Charlcote House may be the next best thing.
Things to do
- You can live in the place Lafayette’s troops camped during the Revolutionary War — but a lot more comfortably.
- The interior will be designed to the owner’s specifications, but the model includes a gas fireplace surrounded by shiplap, gleaming hardwood floors on the main level, a gourmet kitchen with an island and double wall oven, and intriguingly-shaped coffered ceilings on both upper and lower levels.
- This is a modern-day palace that will leave your visitors gaping in awe from the moment they approach the front door.
- Stunningly beautiful historic townhouse once played host to the 19th century Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1891.