What you get for $700,000 in Baltimore

There’s a charming attached home in Roland Park, a contemporary home next to Druid Hill Park and a Craftsman home in Stoneleigh

Published 11/5/2022 7:58 a.m. EDT, Updated 11/7/2022 9:36 a.m. EST

The architecture, charming neighborhoods and area amenities make the Baltimore area a great place to live.

Here are three real estate listings ranging from $649,000-$699,900, chosen by Historic Homes of Baltimore creator Jason Freeman.

Charming, updated attached home in Roland Park

This beautiful, attached Georgian home in Roland Park was built in 1921 — and it’s full of historic charm and modern updates. Inside this well-loved home, you’ll find an attractive foyer, small powder room, large living room with a wood burning fireplace and built-ins, and an open dining room. Off the living room and dining room is a bright, enclosed sun porch. The heart of this home is the updated gourmet kitchen and spacious breakfast room, an addition that features high ceilings, built-in seating and lots of windows. On the two upstairs levels, there are five bedrooms and two beautifully-updated full bathrooms. A second story porch provides a unique outdoor space.

The backyard features professionally landscaped and hardscaped spaces that are perfect for entertaining, and a two-car garage provides convenient parking and storage. This home is located a short walk from neighborhood restaurants, shops, schools, the charming Roland Park paths and the newly-restored Roland Water Tower.

The details:

Contemporary home next to Druid Hill Park in Woodberry

This contemporary home is part of a unique development tucked away in Woodberry. Built in 2010, the main level features an open concept living room, dining area and kitchen. Wood beam ceilings give the home distinct character. The modern kitchen features Bosch stainless steel appliances and custom Italian cabinetry, and off the kitchen, there’s a deck for entertaining. Upstairs, there are two dual primary suites, one of which features a large private balcony. The finished lower level, which walks out to the backyard, includes another living space, bedroom and full bathroom.

Multiple decks and balconies provide views of the backyard, which backs up to beautiful Druid Hill Park. As part of the Clipper Mill development, you have access to the unique Clipper Mill pool. You’re also located within walking distance to the Woodberry restaurants and shops, as well as the light rail station.

The details:

Craftsman home in Stoneleigh

A welcoming front porch greets you at this charming Craftsman home in Stoneleigh. The home, which was built in 1925, is full of original details, including hardwood floors, molding and built-in shelving. A living room with a wood-burning fireplace opens to a bright dining room. A large sun porch, almost the entire length of the house, sits off the living and dining rooms. An open eat-in kitchen and powder room sit off the dining room at the back of the house. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. A huge loft space on the third floor could be finished for an additional bedroom or living space. The basement is finished and includes an additional full bath.

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A large porch off the dining room overlooks the private backyard. The home, on a corner lot, also features a brick patio, small water feature and detached two-car garage. Stoneleigh offers easy access to neighborhood schools, the community pool, and the shops and restaurants on York Road.

The details:

  • Address: 7006 Bristol Road
  • List price: $699,900
  • Three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms (3,270 square feet)
  • Agent: Annie Balcerzak, The Balcerzak Group of AB & Co Realtors