- This 1920s cottage has been meticulously waterproofed to ensure that the new owners can enjoy spectacular water views of the Chesapeake Bay from every level.
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- This extra-wide, 121-year-old home was fully renovated in 2008 to feature all the hallmarks of a traditional Baltimore rowhouse without the inconveniences.
- This pretty house is made for relaxing, from the covered porch in front that’s ideal for chatting with the neighbors to the expansive rear deck overlooking thick groves of mature trees.
- Owners of condominiums in this 15-story building acquire instant bragging rights: designed by famed architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Highfield House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007, which cited it as an ”outstanding example” of International architecture.
- Late-season seed heads indicate the time is nigh for seasonal dieback or outright plant death. Meanwhile, Halloween-worthy spiders come out to play.
- Once the new owners of this waterfront home have seen the sun set over their pier on Parkers Creek, they’ll be tempted to return to the same spot every day for a repeat performance.
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- Founded in the 1840s, Pigtown became a popular place for railroad workers to live. Today, it's a thriving diverse neighborhood that faces the same challenges as the city overall.
- Many period details remain in the 1853 Hills Forest Farm in Baltimore County: hidden gardens and an enormous stone foundation from a building demolished long ago.
- Plant recommendations are going to be incredibly varied because the diet of birds is so varied, both across species and throughout the year.
- Few outdoor entertainment areas are as inviting as this home’s. The pool is surrounded by a mix of hardwood trees and evergreens that ensure that the area is both private and picturesque year-round, while a covered gazebo adds a touch of Victorian charm.