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Don Bunuan

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Main Level Details

Here’s your chance to own a piece of Baltimore history! This updated 1927 home was built for Theodore McKeldin, Governor of Maryland and two-time Mayor of Baltimore. A covered entrance leads to a welcoming foyer. To your left is a spacious living room with a very special fireplace featuring one of a kind, Delft Dutch colonial tiles; special for their unique and enduring symbol of Dutch architectural artistry. The living room opens onto a lovely home office with built-in shelving and big windows overlooking the side yard. There is a gracious formal dining room with a door to the side porch. The expansive eat-in kitchen has been renovated with loads of cabinet storage, stainless steel appliances and a door to the backyard. A half bath with more Delft Dutch colonial tiles completes the main level.


Second Level Details

A beautiful staircase leads to the upper level with three bedrooms including a large primary bedroom as well as a full bath. Original hardwoods run throughout the main and upper levels, as does original trim and molding.


Lower Level Details

The finished lower level offers two bonus rooms and a half bath. The lot itself is beautifully landscaped with mature perennials. The fenced backyard features a beautiful patio and a one-car garage, accessible from the alley, for off street parking.


Year Built

1927


Lot Size

7,352 Sq. Ft.


Interior Sq Footage

1,740 Sq. Ft.

Here’s What You’ll Love About This House

  • Stately 1927 home
  • Spacious interior
  • Beautiful hardwoods
  • Collectible Delft Dutch colonial tiles on fireplace and first floor powder room
  • Great, walkable neighborhood

Here’s What’s Nearby

  • 0.1 mi to CityLink Red Bus (York Rd. & Lortz Ln.)
  • 0.3 mi to The Senator Theater
  • 0.4 mi to Belvedere Square Market
  • 0.6 mi to Dewees Park
  • 1.0 mi to Giant Food 

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