the art of uniting human and home
Sold April 2022
501 University Parkway
Unit H-3
Baltimore, MD 21210
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • Vintage 1922

Welcome to the old-world style and charm of the Tudor Arms, Baltimore’s oldest and largest co-op. Conveniently nestled between Roland Park, Hampden, and the Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus, this architectural gem was built in 1912 and designed by renowned Baltimore architect Clyde Nelson Friz, who also designed the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple and the Central Library of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Friz played a predominant role in forming and designing the Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood adjacent to Hopkins. The quality and craftsmanship is evident as soon as you walk into the lobby and entry, with gorgeous tile inlays and ornately adorned columns. In many spots, the original gas lamps that lit the building’s hallways still ornament the walls. Light-filled unit H-3 is housed in the 3-story South building, built in 1922. Tall ceilings, gleaming hardwoods, crown molding, and custom millwork on the mantel of the decorative fireplace and the built-in bookcases add to the charm. The efficient kitchen offers updated cabinetry and granite counters. The formal dining room opens into the spacious living room. Down the hall, the primary and second bedrooms provide surprisingly large closets and wonderful light, and they share an immaculate and well-maintained bathroom. The monthly co-op fee includes not only building maintenance but also water/sewer, heat, and property taxes. Taxes shown on the listing are for the entire building. Also, the co-op structure means no transfer taxes or recording fees at settlement. Convenient to cultural, culinary, recreational, and retail delights such as the BMA, Hopkins, Loyola, Notre Dame, the Wyman Park Dell, Charles Village, The Rotunda, and Hampden. The unit also conveys with one of the largest secondary storage units in the building. The unit, building, and community have so much to offer. See it soon!

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