1912 Colonial Revival – Baltimore, MD – $600,000

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Added to OHD on 12/4/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/4/18   -   19 Comments
336 Lyon Ct, Baltimore, MD 21208

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Architecturally significant c.1912 manor house in the tradition of 17th century tidewater homes. Exquisite details, heart pine floors & high ceilings. Grand Foyer, formal LR w/FP, SunRm w/FP, formal DR w/FP. Butler's Pantry, eat-in Kit. MBR w/FP, SittRm & updated Bath. 7 additional BRS & 3 Baths. Covered Porch, back yard & pool. In need of complete renovation waiting for your personal touches!
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19 Comments on 1912 Colonial Revival – Baltimore, MD – $600,000

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  1. PhillipPhillip says: 148 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    another beautiful mansion, i like all of the large woodburning fireplaces, the huge rooms, especially that sunroom with fireplace, and the great landscaping. This place looks turnkey, just move in and fix a drink.

  2. RossRoss says: 2309 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS


    Now I want a semi-sunken rock garden.

    Fabulous house!

  3. Brokentoe says: 13 comments

    I don’t understand the realtor’s comment “in need of complete restoration.” Looks great to me!

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9367 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      I could see redoing the kitchen completely but the rest of the home is great!

      • Leslie says: 6 comments

        But only for the fun of redoing a kitchen, it certainly is not a “in need of complete restoration.” kitchen. lol
        I thought this home was just lovely and very calming the way it gracefully unfolded room to room.

      • Karen says: 476 comments

        The kitchen doesn’t look like it needs any work, but I don’t really like what I could see of the layout. So, yeah, I’d make that my project.

  4. StevenF says: 588 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    It had me at the entry hall.

  5. Rick R. says: 24 comments

    I NEVER get tired of these great colonial revivals!

  6. Deborah W Mann says: 111 comments

    A truly magnificent home.

  7. Leanne says: 29 comments

    The sunroom!! It’s perfect

  8. Ju ju Bee says: 32 comments

    Kelly, I agree an updated kitchen could really lift this gorgeous home to top level perfection!

  9. Drew S. Saint James says: 9 comments

    Now,THIS is my dream house AND property..kitchen needs updates but the rest is pristine! So light are airy I’d fill everything room with plants lol

  10. William Walkington says: 58 comments

    That SUNROOM!!! I want!

  11. Johntique says: 25 comments

    What does the realtor mean – “in the tradition of 17th century tidewater homes”? This house has nothing to do with 17th century (1600s) style. The house is magnificent, and clearly adheres to later 18th century Neoclassical style. The exterior impact is ravishing ….. but the entrance hall says it all; I find it quite breathtaking! Yes … the kitchen could stand a redo, but the house seems quite “move in” ready to my eyes. When you consider when this house was built, I think it is absolutely amazing how the architect stayed so true to the intended period – without adding a lot of incorrect and meaningless superfluous detail! I could live here and be very happy ….. for the rest of my life!

  12. Cate says: 58 comments
    Milwaukee, WI

    I was stuck the minute I saw the sunroom. I’d make it my “garden” room. I could live with the kitchen the way it is. Lovely, lovely, lovely!

  13. Kristin says: 9 comments

    LOVE this house! I got a chuckle over the Lebadang print over the fireplace in 8, 9 & 10 because I don’t feel like it belongs in this house , but I also own it and if I owned this house I would put it there too. Maybe it’s a sign?

  14. Zoomey says: 418 comments

    Look at streetview. It’s in the middle of a massive subdivision. House is divine, but photos are artfully taken to hide the many houses surrounding this one. I don’t think it looks like it needs renovation, but systems may need updating, new kitchen, baths updated. The entry is breathtaking. I would love to live in this house on a larger lot.

  15. DianeEG says: 427 comments
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    If a 1912 Colonial Revival has to be in a massive subdivision, this one is surely at the top of subdivisions. I don’t think you’d have to worry about getting your money back if you updated some things. The old investment saying: Buy the lowest priced good bones house in the best neighborhood and you will never loose on your investment. Might be an over simplification but looks like it applies here. Guessing there might be a HOA. The lot isn’t as small as the street view indicates – I think the pool and large (1/2 acre) yard is to the side. The history of this home might be good reading.

  16. DianeEG says: 427 comments
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    Go to the listing realtor’s page and then “View property showcase site” to see up close what some of the renovations that are needed. Much easier to see.


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