This wonderful Palmer & Lamdin has been on and off the market for the past 18 months or so, and it was sold late last year. It's on the market again, being flipped after a thorough renovation, which, thankfully, left many of the original interior details.
The house was built in 1913 for Mr. & Mrs. Rowland Clapp, Esq. and the architect was Edward L. Palmer, as noted in an October 1913 squib in the Baltimore Sun. The house is in the brick colonial style.
From the realtor's website:
Pinnacle of elegance supremely located in Guilford. Spectacular brand new renovation of this six bedroom, five full and one half bath magnificent brick colonial home with two car garage perfectly sited on a private corner lot on prestigious Greenway, close to Sherwood Gardens.
The exceptional kitchen features exposed brick walls, a massive quartz waterfall island with breakfast bar, Matte black & copper smart appliances, a six burner gas stove, double ovens, and is open to the dining area as well as a sleek butlers' pantry with wet bar, beverage fridge and separate ice maker. The seamless renovation of the main level also includes a new mudroom, powder room and stylish second staircase.
Graceful living spaces in the living room with a fireplace and adjacent family room with custom built- ins. The spectacular list of upgrades extend to the upper levels that feature a master suite with a truly decadent master bath , spacious his and her walk in closets, as well as additional en suite bedrooms with balcony access.
The breathtaking exterior is a retreat unto itself with a beautiful in-ground pool, patio, professionally landscaped and lighted grounds, and a two car detached garage with pull down studio/storage area. Ample storage in the lower level, two new zoned AC units, nest thermostats.
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