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Sold June 2020
107 Upnor Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
$699,950
  • 5 beds
  • 5 baths
  • 4,002 Sqft
  • 0.25 acres
  • Vintage 1935

Enchanted stone and stucco English Cotswold style home in Baltimore’s Homeland district. Deep lot with landscaped gardens and lush private yard. Lots of natural light throughout. Large floor plan with great flow and hardwood floors. Gracious front entry hall with coat closet and powder room. Spacious living room with wood burning fireplace and built-in shelving, leading to light filled bonus space perfect for a home office. Savor your home cooked meals in the renovated, table-space kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinetry, high end stainless steel appliances, and a wet bar. Large formal dining room for your next dinner party or family gathering. Extra large sunroom with tons of windows and picturesque views, sunken family room with built-in entertainment center. Four upstairs bedrooms with plenty of closet space and updated bathrooms, one with a large steam shower and one with a spa tub. The large stone patio patio and massive fenced-in backyard are perfect for outdoor entertaining. Homeland National Historic District is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Baltimore. Known for its distinctive architecture and its convenience to private (Gilman, Friends, Bryn Mawr) and public (Roland Park Elementary/Middle) schools, Notre Dame and Loyola Universities, and a plethora of retail and dining options. Easy access to downtown Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs. The lakes along Springlake Road and Saint Albans Road provide idyllic public areas within the neighborhood, and were designed by the Olmsted Brothers (whose father, Frederick Law Olmsted designed Central Park, New York city). The area is also home to sprawling parkland used for neighborhood activities during the summer months. Fairy tales do come true!

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