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SOLD
$208,000
Date 09/18/2020

306 S Lehigh Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

Other
Residence
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,625
Sq. Ft.
0.02
Acre Lot
1of
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Courtesy: EXP Realty, LLC
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A mere two houses from the Lehigh and Gough Park sits a beautiful home. Open the front door to enter the open floor plan living area and allow a moment to take it all in. Originally built in 1915, much of the old world quality and charm has been retained but updated and enhanced for todays lifestyle. The exposed brick wall and gorgeous tray ceiling aim for your senses. They absorb sound to sooth the ear and please the eye with their warmth and texture; while living in perfect harmony with the sophisticated urban look. The kitchen is bright and modern with white shaker cabinetry, gleaming subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Set a glass of wine on the granite countertop and start your Iron Chef aspiration for tonights dinner party or unpack the carry out from one of the many authentic culinary treasures in the area (more on that later). The master suite echoes the design elements with tray ceiling, hardwood floor and gorgeous tiled master bath. A sanctuary for your senses and soul but with ample closet space. The lower level is fully finished. A bedroom and a full bath keeps guests or roommates happily in their own space. Modern, front-loading washer and dryer to handle the duties for years. They, like much of the house are essentially new. A quality remodel by the Hecate Property Group updated not just the looks but the vital systems like HVAC, plumbing and electric. It is true you could get that in a new construction but the usual trade off would be loss of charm and the added monthly HOA fees. Savvy investors with elevated taste are not smitten with either. A private parking pad in the back provides both safety and convenience. After all, who wants to waste precious time after a long day at work? Not that the commute will have to be a long one. Access to 695, I-95 and the heart of downtown is almost too easy. Johns Hopkins Bayview is a short hop as are shopping and gyms (the brand new Yard 56 and Canton Crossings are within a half mile). Practically limitless options for dining out or in are available. The area, traditionally a landing pad for generations of European and more recently Latin American migrants, is vibrant in its diversity. Here, you can find the best Mediterranean or South American cuisine in all of Baltimore.Just like a journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step, your dream home ownership starts by contacting your realtor or the Theo Harris Team for a private showing.
MDBA514450
Other, Traditional
3
BALTIMORE CITY
2 Full
1915
0.02 Acres
Gas Water Heater, Public Water Service
Brick
Public Sewer
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