Address: 4100 Saint Paul Place, Baltimore 21218
List price: $1,475,000
Year built: 1925
Real estate agent: Betsey Winstead of Monument Sotheby’s International Realty
Last sold price/date: $775,000 on June 20, 2013
Property size: 5,224-square-foot home has six bedrooms, three full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms on 0.32 acres of land.
Unique features: This nearly century-old Guilford home is located on a corner lot of one of the prettiest blocks in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Baltimore and is one block from Sherwood Gardens.
The red-brick colonial is approached by a long brick walkway and a series of steps. Guests will appreciate the attention to detail once common in stately old homes, from the front entranceway with its columns and rooftop cupola to the grand central staircase, which is accompanied by an ascending row of picture molding, to the lattice windows toward the rear of the house.
The hardwood floors gleam and there’s a fireplace in the living room. Several rooms have exposed brick walls that have been painted white.
The kitchen is large enough for a breakfast bar, separate dining area and pantry. The stainless steel appliances were designed to satisfy serious cooks, and the countertops are marble.
A side entrance opens to a mud room. The master bathroom features an extra-deep soaking tub with a marble backsplash and walk-in shower.
The house is surrounded by landscaped lawns with mature trees and shrubs and concrete planters ideal for showcasing annuals or smaller perennials. The greenery can be viewed from several outdoor ”rooms” ranging from a small side deck shaded by an awning to a walled-in, paved patio large enough for entertaining.