1881 Queen Anne in Baltimore, MD

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4 Saint Georges Rd, Baltimore, MD 21210

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  • $699,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 full, 2 half Bath
  • 7561 Sq Ft
  • 0.82 Ac.
Introducing 4 Saint Georges Road, a three story Grand Victorian one-of-a-kind residence, located in the sought-after community of Roland Park. Originally built in 1881 and known as Chatham , this property presents a fantastic opportunity to transform historic charm and modern expectations. The driveway from St. Georges Road and the large front porch will give you a warm welcome, and leads you to the main hall entrance. The exquisite craftsmanship is apparent throughout the home. From the moment you step across the threshold, you are greeted with many unique and original elements: soaring ceilings, imported wood paneling, massive mahogany doors, pocket doors with cut-glass inlays, large windows, hardwood floors, stained-glass windows, crown moldings, and wide baseboards. The spacious rooms throughout are sure to grab your attention. Adjacent to the entry hall are the Living Room, Library, and an elegant, formal Dining Room - areas that offer an ideal setting for family gatherings and year-round entertaining. Each of these rooms, and the Main hall have fireplaces; these are 4 of the 9 fireplaces in the house. The first level also features the open floor plan kitchen, with what is believed to be the original cast iron stove - used for cooking as well as heating, plus a second eating area is located adjacent to the kitchen. The first level also features 2 powder rooms. Taking the Grand Staircase or back staircase to the second level, you will be greeted by intricate wood trim and detail throughout. The second level boasts five Bedrooms, three Bathrooms and one powder room. From the second level you can enjoy panoramic views, including sunset views to the West. If all of that isn't enough, walk up steps to the large third level, where you will find 7 additional rooms, each with a unique charm of its own. Another area that is ready for your ideas to upgrade. Situated on 0.82 acres, the outdoor living spaces include large front and rear covered porches, a spacious yard, and a tree covered patio that is perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Contact Information
Gilbert Marsiglia, Gilbert D. Marsiglia & Co, Inc.
(410) 321-6111
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4 Comments on 1881 Queen Anne in Baltimore, MD

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  1. RosewaterRosewater says: 7273 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    I’ve seen this house/s before. Probably a share from that guy who was sharing Baltimore properties for awhile a few years back. A place like this you don’t forget.

    Fantastic, vintage, enameled steel kitchen, in great shape; and with a big ole cast iron cherry on top! Yes please! 🙂

    This house is just filled with amazing, antique furniture. Lucky descendants!

    Better close up:
    super gorge, (sans rug), – woof;

    200 more pix from cellars to garrets would be nice, (as ever); but at least there’s this;

    • MJGMJG says: 2394 comments
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      Great pictures. I wonder if that last pic that shows the attic, i wonder which fireplace or cabinet that old piece on the floor came from!

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3466 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a stunner! My favorite think about this house is the roof with all those planes and angles and that great yellow decorative line running around it.

  3. MJGMJG says: 2394 comments
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    Love this house! How strong and imposing !


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