Whether you enjoy traditional architecture or ultra-modern design, these three homes include elements to satisfy everybody’s tastes.

Here are three real estate listings ranging from $930,000-$1.2 million chosen by Historic Homes of Baltimore creator Jason Freeman.




Luxurious waterfront condo in the Inner Harbor/Federal Hill

(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)
(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)
(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)
(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)
(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)
(Eric Tyler, American Imagery, LLC)

Overlooking the Inner Harbor, this condo is perfect for those who enjoy city life. As part of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, the home is full of luxurious features, starting with the private elevator that takes you inside. The home has a beautiful living room with a fireplace, detailed millwork, and a wet bar. An adjacent dining room is perfect for entertaining. A chef’s kitchen features custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a basketweave backsplash. It opens to a comfortable family room with one of the home’s two balconies. A large primary suite contains a generous walk-in closet; a beautiful bathroom with a separate shower and tub; and the home’s second balcony. The home also features a second bedroom, second full bath, a half bath and a laundry room.

This condo, built in 2007, features two balconies overlooking the Inner Harbor and the building’s English gardens. It’s located right on the water, and close to Federal Hill and downtown attractions. Amenities include a 24/7 concierge service, an indoor saltwater pool, a theater, a fitness center, valet service and two parking spaces in the garage.

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Beautifully updated Cape Cod-style home in Ruxton

(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)
(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)
(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)
(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)
(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)
(Stephen Posko, Atlas Photo Group)

This Cape Cod-style home, built in 1954, is deceivingly large and beautifully updated. From the foyer, you enter a large dining room that connects the other rooms on this level. A beautiful kitchen, remodeled in 2021, features white cabinetry, granite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances. It also has a breakfast room, which connects to the family room. The cozy family room has a wall of windows, a gas fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. There’s also a living room, mudroom, office and a half bathroom on this level. Upstairs, the home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The bright primary room has a walk-in closet and en suite bathroom. A walk-out lower level features a rec room with fireplace, laundry room, bedroom, bathroom and storage.

The home has a massive screened-in porch off the main level, creating an enjoyable outdoor living space. Below, a large stone patio with a hot tub provides another outdoor space to gather and entertain. It’s easily accessible from the lower level, or via stairs from the screened-in porch above. A large, fenced yard completes this home. The home, located in charming and convenient Ruxton, also has a two-car carport with an attached storage shed.

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Modern smart home in Westminster

(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)
(Greg Brock, Atlas Premier Realty)

This ultra-modern home, built in 2021, is part of a new luxury, eco-friendly community in Westminster that’s known as Agrestic. Smart home features include a Tesla Powerwall, solar panels and a geothermal heating and cooling system. A striking staircase — made of iron and maple, exposed spiral ductwork and a solid concrete chimney — greet you as you enter this unique home. The main level provides an open concept layout that is ideal for entertaining. The living room features a unique fireplace, 40-foot ceilings and a wall of windows. A sleek kitchen features modern cabinets, granite countertops and smart appliances. There’s also a breakfast counter and large dining area. A primary room is downstairs, with a walk-in closet and modern en suite bathroom. Upstairs, there are four large bedrooms (including another primary room), two full bathrooms and a large laundry room. A loft style hallway upstairs opens to the floor below.

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The home has a large deck off the second story overlooking the yard. On the main level, sliding doors off the living room open to a space that would be ideal for a patio. There’s also a two-car garage.

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

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