Tuesday, February 4, 2020

4315 Underwood Road

I have never been entirely convinced that this is actually a P&L house, as it lacks many of the characteristics and quirks that their houses usually had.
But the advertisement says it is, so I will go along with that until I find otherwise.
Interestingly, there is a copy of the original plan in with the real estate listing pictures, but I can't see the architects' names on it. 

Miss Gertrude Nickerson was an active community volunteer who frequently appeared in the paper as being chair of one group or another. Later in life, she moved to the apartments at 100 W. University Parkway. 

Here's what the listing, from several years ago, said about the house:

Classic 1919 Palmer & Lamdin colonial, facing Guilford's prized Sherwood Gardens. Renovated with three-story addition. Stunning Trish Houck-designed kitchen.
Large master. Finished light-filled lower level with wine cellar. Two car garage. Thoughtfully designed landscaping with colorful foliage in all seasons.

An edible oasis with fig tree, berry canes and vegetable gardens. Easy living in a historic Baltimore neighborhood.
Here is the original listing. See what you think, and if you know anything about the architects, please let me know!

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