Address: 4101 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21218
List Price: $1,765,000
Year Built: 1922
Real estate agent: Charlie Hatter of Monument Sotheby’s International Realty
Last sold price/date: For $800,000 on March 15, 2022
Property size: More than 5,500 square feet with six bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a half bathroom plus a two-car detached garage, all sitting on just over a third of an acre.
Unique features: This century-old historic home has just undergone a top-to-bottom renovation. It was designed by Howard Sill, one of the architects who built parts of Guilford, and who focused on modern adaptations of colonial homes.
The house exudes charm from its pitched green roof to the grand, winding staircase in the foyer. The home is entered through a glassed-in sunroom porch with a slate floor and decorative transom and side windows. A second glassed-in porch is accessible through the dining room.
Recently refinished hardwood floors extend through all three levels of this house, as does the use of Calacatta marble in the kitchen and bathrooms. Visitors will note the doorways dividing rooms, which showcase some of the most decorative lintels you’ll find in Baltimore.
As part of the renovation, the kitchen has been fitted with Viking stainless steel appliances and custom cabinets. There’s a new bathroom on the first floor, a new home office and a hidden rear stairway. The master bedroom suite includes a bathroom with a walk-in shower with marble walls that extend to the floor. The suite also includes an oversized walk-in closet converted from what previously was a small bedroom.
The basement has been mostly finished to include an additional bedroom and bathroom and a bar for entertaining.
In addition to a spacious backyard, a large bricked-in patio would be ideal for outdoor entertaining. The detached garage is reached through a partially covered walkway that is attached to the house.