I have written about the Gateway Houses, the addresses of which are 3701 St. Paul Street and 3700 Greenway before, but now Greenway has gone on the market, so I am writing about it again.
This house was last on the market in 2013, and I wrote about it on my old blog, Pigtown*Design, here.The same realtor is selling the house, and here's what he has to say about the house:
Situated at the entrance to Guilford, this stunning Palmer-Lamdin designed home makes quite the statement. Surrounded by 4 acres of park, it gives you the sense of being in a private estate, yet you are conveniently close to Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus, the BMA, Union Memorial hospital, the shops and restaurants of Charles Village, the Rotunda and so much more. A walled front garden greets you as you approach this classic Guilford home. Enter into the two-story foyer with curved staircase and then on to the generously proportioned living space with large living room, huge sunporch, elegant dining room and remodeled eat-in kitchen. The second floor offers you a generously sized main bedroom suite with walk-in closet and private full bath, plus there are an additional three bedrooms and another full and remodeled bathroom. The lower level has ample storage and space for a fifth bedroom. Plus a two-car attached garage! A rare gem!
Do you like the house painted white, or in the original brick color?
The listing is here.
Its a lovely house with so much charm, detail and regal bravado. So much to appreciate then and now. The French brick of today with the more dominant natural red hue mixed with mostly faded white is more appealing. It gives the design more visual texture than purely white, in my view. A great pairing with the green color of trim, which to me, is very Oliver Messel inspired.ReplyDelete