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Here are three unique real estate listings priced between $259,900 and $279,000.


Unique rowhouse in Federal Hill

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Looking for an attractive rowhouse that mixes historic charm with modern updates? This Federal Hill home fits the bill. The home features exposed brick, wide plank hardwood floors and a contemporary spiral staircase. On the main level, you’ll find a charming living room and behind it, an updated eat-in kitchen. Up the spiral staircase is a large space, which could be used as a family room or office, with the home’s second fireplace. There’s also a bedroom and the home’s full bathroom, which has been updated. The third level contains a second large bedroom.

Outside, a deck and a backyard with brick pavers and a raised garden bed. The home backs up to a charming shared community garden space. It’s located steps from Federal Hill Park, the waterfront promenade and neighborhood shops and restaurants.

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Nicely updated home in Better Waverly

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This unique Better Waverly home has been updated and is ready for its next owner. Inside, the home opens to a small mudroom. You’ll enjoy an open-concept main living space, with a spacious living room, dining area and a charming kitchen. Two large archways open to the kitchen, which was recently updated with butcher block counters, white subway tile backsplash and bold blue cabinetry. A laundry room sits at the back of the house. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and two updated bathrooms. The spacious primary bedroom has high ceilings with a sunroof, a Juliet balcony and an attached half bathroom.

The home has a very unique outdoor space, which wraps around from the back of the house to the side yard. A large deck, mature trees, garden space and a separate deck with a pergola create an inviting outdoor oasis. It’s located in proximity to the Waverly Main Street and the 32nd Street Farmers Market, Clifton Park and Lake Montebello.

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Charming 1932 attached home in Ednor Gardens

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On a charming tree-lined street in Ednor Gardens you’ll find this stucco-and-brick attached home. Historic details include original inlaid wood floors, a built-in phone niche in the hallway and a stone fireplace. The home opens to a spacious living room, which leads to a dining room with a built-in cabinet. The kitchen has been updated, with white cabinets, counters, a backsplash and a breakfast counter. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and one bathroom. A finished basement provides additional living space.

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A patio sits at the front of the home, surrounded by lush greenery. There’s also a large deck, accessible via French doors from the dining room. Below are a parking pad and a one-car garage. The home is two blocks from the former site of Memorial Stadium, which today has been developed as Stadium Place, with The Y in Waverly (Weinberg), a large playground, a senior-living facility and green space.

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Jason Freeman writes about real estate and historic homes around Baltimore. 

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