3 Historic homes in the Baltimore area you can purchase for $629K
There’s the charming 1920s Colonial, the sprawling 1900 home with a large front porch, or the recently renovated 1790s rowhome.
Quality craftsmanship. Unique character. Interesting history. These are just a few reasons some people love living in historic houses. For many, living in and stewarding a historic home is a rewarding labor of love.
It’s no secret historic homes are my favorite, hence why I created an Instagram account named Historic Homes of Baltimore. Here are three real estate listings of historic homes in the Baltimore area ranging from $600,000-$629,000.
Charming 1920s Colonial in Homeland
This well-cared for home in Homeland offers historic charm with modern updates. Those looking for historic charm will find it in this home with beautiful wood floors, unique millwork, slate roof, and real shutters. An inviting foyer features a beautiful wood staircase that continues to the third story. A formal living room contains a gas fireplace. A welcoming screened porch off the living room is the perfect spot to enjoy the outside. The family room, an addition, features built-ins and large windows. The kitchen has been updated with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast bar. Upstairs, you’ll find four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The home was built in 1928.
A stone patio covered in an awning, overlooks the backyard. A flat fenced in yard provides space to enjoy, while an irrigation system ensures the gardens are well cared for. The home is set in charming Homeland, just around the corner from the neighborhood’s beautiful lakes.
Beautiful 1900 home in historic Relay
This well-preserved home, located in historic Relay, is full of charm. A large front porch welcomes you to this home, built in 1900. In-laid wood floors, transom windows and a porte-cochere are just a few of the historic details that make this home special. Inside, you’ll find a large foyer with an ornate staircase. The living room and dining room both feature rustic brick fireplaces. A warm kitchen has been updated with wood cabinets and modern appliances, while still maintaining its charm with two crystal chandeliers. There’s also a family room, half bathroom, and small bedroom on the first floor. At the back of the house, a bright sunroom provides access to the beautiful backyard. Three spacious bedrooms are upstairs as well as two full bathrooms. The third level provides finished storage space and additional bonus rooms.
A large backyard provides ample space to enjoy, garden, and park. Situated in historic Relay, the home is minutes to St. Denis train station, providing easy access to Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and Patapsco State Park.
Renovated 1790s rowhome in Fells Point
Want to live in a historic home but worried about maintenance? Then this Fells Point home is for you. It was originally built in the 1790s but was completely renovated and updated in 2008. Original decorative fireplaces, heartwood pine floors and a beautiful original brick façade are a few of the historic elements preserved during the renovation. The living room and dining room have been opened to create one, bright, shared space. A powder bathroom and a modern kitchen complete the main level. Upstairs, each bedroom is on its own level, with its own bathroom. The second story bedroom features a decorative fireplace, walk in closet, and a large bathroom, with its own decorative fireplace. The second bedroom is also spacious, with another large bathroom.
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This three-story home is located steps from Broadway Square and the surrounding shops and restaurants. It’s also two blocks to the water, and easily accessible to downtown, Harbor East and Canton.