I love interior design. There are so many ways to decorate your home. According to MSN Lifestyle, they list the ten hottest spring/summer 2018 interior trends. These ten are:Read the full story »
If you are in the market and interested in purchasing a home in the historic area of the Rodgers Forge area of North Baltimore, MD, why not explore and visit a few this weekend.
Open House this weekend Saturday, March 24, 2018 to Sunday, March 25, 2018
Condo of the Day goes to ‘The Harper House Condos’. This high-rise resides in the Village of Cross Keys in the North Baltimore neighborhood. Built in 1975 has striking views of the Baltimore City skyline, beautiful treetops, and stunning sunrise/sunsets. The Harper House Condo building includes: 24 hour-reception, lovely landscape, three-level underground parking, swimming pool, outdoor tennis, and within walking distance to go to shops, restaurants, and to the seasonal farmers market.Read the full story »
It is the second day of spring and it snowed in Baltimore, According to Fox Baltimore, they predicted at least 6 to 9 inches of snow. Let’s see what’s happen for the rest of the week. Enjoy the snow!!!Read the full story »
Baltimore Condo Domain will showcase ‘It’s all about the Square Feet’ on Wednesday’s. We will look at homes in Baltimore that has square footage under 800 and above 4500.
Located in the highly desirable Locust Point neighborhood is a two-bedroom attached row-home. Built in the 1900’s, this row-home features accented curtains with drapery rods, counter top with granite, whirlpool jet, hardwood flooring, and a roof-top deck. Great location to walk to the Fort Henry/Latrobe Park.
Located in Pigtown of South Baltimore neighborhood is a historic two-level, three-bedroom attached row-home that boasts of an open floor plan having hardwood flooring, ceramic tiling in the bathrooms. This attached row-house is located seconds to the University Of Maryland Medical Center and the Dental School.Read the full story »
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