the art of uniting human and home
Sold March 2022
2 Collington Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21231
$390,000
  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1,568 Sqft
  • Fireplace
  • Vintage 1914

What a perfect package on the beautiful unit block of S. Collington Avenue in Butchers Hill: an end unit home full of character with covered parking, a small grass yard, and a large deck for entertaining right off the main level. The home has stunning wood double entry doors, original hardwood floors on the main and upper levels, exposed brick throughout, tall ceilings, beautiful original pocket doors, and a decorative fireplace on the main level. The layout works very well with an open living room and dining area, a kitchen, and a sunroom off the kitchen that opens to the deck. Upstairs, there is a large, loft-like primary bedroom with a skylight that allows light to flow through to the main level, a beautiful, newly renovated primary bathroom, a laundry, and an additional room perfect for an office or nursery. On your way to the lower level you will find a built in pantry, and downstairs, an additional bedroom and full bathroom, a large storage room, and a walk out to the covered parking and grass yard, all enclosed and ready for your furry friends. The outdoor areas are exceptional: it’s rare to find a deck AND a yard AND parking, especially at this price point. The parking has an automatic garage door (remote operated) that rolls up and is open air to the yard. The deck is oversized and above the parking. Although the kitchen is on the small side, it is fully functional, and could be opened up to connect to the living and dining area and improved with a large island. This house has so much to offer for the price, and is ideally located one block from Patterson Park and a short walk to Hopkins medical campus, the waterfront, and all the great areas spots such as Charmed Kitchen, La Barrita, Water for Chocolate, Ministry of Brewing, Mary’s Tavern and Butts and Bettys. 1 block to major bus routes and area hospital/University shuttles.

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