Unique features: This sunny Victorian is where investment broker T. Rowe Price grew up. Price’s physician father built this residence originally as a summer home and wedding present for his bride. (The elder Price treated patients at the home; that’s why there are two back doors). The family moved to Glyndon permanently in 1898, the year Thomas Rowe was born. The future financial whiz lived in that house until he was nearly 30. There’s a spacious veranda, three elaborately decorated fireplaces, hardwood floors and a curved staircase. The home was renovated in 2005.