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Canton bed-and-breakfast is waiting for its new owners

Like a corner drugstore or grocery, a bed-and-breakfast is always a charming addition to any city neighborhood, and 2920 Elliott St. in Canton, presents a rare opportunity to own and run such an urban inn.

This three-story, end-of-group townhouse was built in 1900 and, as the INN at 2920, has been a successful commercial operation in Baltimore's waterfront neighborhood since 2001. The five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom home is on the market for $1.1 million.

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"This property is currently zoned commercial, but if someone wants to convert it back to a single-family home, it is easily one of the largest properties in the neighborhood," said Tom Atwood, the listing agent for Keller Williams Legacy Metropolitan. "It's also two blocks from the harbor and one block from historic O'Donnell Square.

With an interior designed in classic contemporary style, its huge entrance-lobby is crowned with a 15-foot tin-pressed ceiling and an exposed-brick wall. An owners' suite is adjacent to the first-floor lobby and contains a bedroom with bathroom, a sitting room with a marble fireplace and a kitchen.

A guest sitting room, a dining room that seats 12 people, a commercial-grade kitchen and a guest suite — with an oversize whirlpool tub and king bed — are found on the second floor. Three large bedrooms with connecting bathrooms comprise the third level.

This bustling city location, home to several regional and national businesses, makes a great spot for a bed-and-breakfast.

The INN at 2920 is waiting for the right innkeepers to carry on its successful tradition.

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