By By Marie Marciano Gullard and For The Baltimore Sun
May 21, 2014 | 2:58 PM
Located one block from Southeast Baltimore's Canton Square, 3027 Dillon St. is a corner contemporary townhouse unlike any other in the area.
"I have never seen such a high-end house in the city before," said listing agent Cindy Conklin of Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty, who is selling the home for $849,000. "Not even larger homes on the harbor have that level of finish, upgrades and amenities. It's phenomenal."
Just 3 years old, this four-story custom design by Jim Shetler of Trace Architects has been constructed of brick and cedar siding with three levels of glass walls. The street-level entrance opens onto a foyer and a spacious 13-by-9-foot room with a full bathroom that can serve as a third bedroom or office. At the rear of the ground level is an attached garage and a paved driveway.
The second level, with its open floor plan, features a two-story living room. Beyond it is a dining room and kitchen with Energy Star appliances, including double wall ovens, a dishwasher, disposal, front-loading washer and dryer, a microwave and an integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator.
The third level has a master suite with a private, cantilevered deck area, while the fourth level features a second suite opening to a rooftop deck.
Additional amenities include a security system, shades and blinds, Energy Star doors and triple-pane windows, French doors, recessed lighting, hardwood floors, double vanities, three full and one half ceramic baths, a bidet and a two-person tub.
"This is the ultimate custom contemporary home," Conklin said. "It is truly one of a kind."