What you get for $199K-$259K in Baltimore

There’s a newly renovated row house, a charming co-op, a 1920s detached single-family home, or a spacious, eclectic row house.

Published 2/5/2023 8:44 a.m. EST, Updated 2/5/2023 4:08 p.m. EST

Unique architecture, charming neighborhoods, and city amenities make Baltimore a great place to live.

Here are four real estate listings selected by Historic Homes of Baltimore creator Jason Freeman. The listings range from $199,000-$259,000, putting them in line with the $215,000 median sale price of all Baltimore homes sold in 2022.

Newly renovated row house in Garwyn Oaks

This daylight row house with a welcoming front porch has recently been updated. The main level offers an open concept, with a shared living room, brand new kitchen, and dining room. Behind the kitchen is a small laundry room/mudroom with access to the backyard. Upstairs, the home has one full bathroom and three carpeted bedrooms, including one with a covered balcony. Another nice feature of this home is the walk-out finished basement, with additional living space and a second full bathroom. Finally, the backyard provides a place to play or garden. The home is located about halfway between Hanlon Park and Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park.

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Classic co-op in Tuscany-Canterbury

A classic co-op in Tuscany-Canterbury, built in 1918, is packed with historic charm. The unit features beautiful hardwood floors, high ceilings, and lots of natural light. The living room is the center of this home, complete with a wood burning fireplace and large windows. An updated kitchen features granite counters and stainless steel appliances, and is connected to the dining room, currently used as a library, via a serving window. Two bedrooms are located off the living room, with a retro pink Jack and Jill bathroom. The unit also includes two deeded storage areas within the building. As part of The Tuscany, you’ll have complete access to the building’s beautiful, fenced gardens. This is a co-op, meaning the monthly fee includes property taxes, heat, water, common area maintenance, and trash and snow removal.

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Historic park front home in Arcadia

This unique home, built in 1924, is full of original details and ready to make your own. A sun-drenched enclosed porch and beautiful stained glass provide a welcoming entrance. The main living space of the home features an open living and dining room, with exposed beams, original hardwood floors, and a built-in corner cabinet. A small kitchen sits off the dining room. One bedroom sits at the front of the house, while the back of the house features a half bathroom plus a room that could be used as a second bedroom or family room. A large attic could be finished to add an additional living space. The home overlooks Herring Run Park and is around the corner from Harford Road shops and restaurants.

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Charming, updated row house in Greektown

There’s lots of room in this Greektown row house filled with character and convenient updates. The living room features pocket doors and a beautiful fireplace. Separated by charming columns is a large dining room, which also opens to the kitchen, with a breakfast counter and new appliances. Upstairs, the primary bedroom is bright and spacious. A large walk-in closet off the primary bedroom could also be used as another bedroom, accessible from the hall. Another bedroom and a full bathroom are also on the second level. The basement is finished and features a second bathroom. Outside, the backyard could be used as a patio or a parking pad. The location provides easy access to restaurants and attractions in Greektown, Highlandtown, Brewers Hill, and Canton.

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