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This Baltimore Townhouse Was A Social Club In The '50s. See The Updated Home Inside

This Baltimore Townhouse Was A Social Club In The '50s. See The Updated Home Inside
The building, which dates back to 1920, has been totally gutted and renovated.
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In a former life, this Baltimore building was a 1950s social club, but a full gutting and renovation in 2010 has transformed it into a spacious, attractive modern loft home.



Located a stone's throw from some of the city's buzziest downtown spots, the 4,420-square-foot property is currently listed for just under a million dollars.



living room

living room 2

The second level of the home is bright and airy, with an open plan design that lends itself to parties and entertaining. Imagine hosting a meal from that lovely, big kitchen and dining area, before moving into the living room for drinks.

open plan


kitchen 2

The place has four bedrooms and four bathrooms across its two floors.

According to the listing, the 500-square-foot bedroom on the first floor has served as a photo studio, art gallery, studio apartment, Airbnb and even a retail shop over the years.



bedroom 2

living room 3

Finally, in addition to its impressive interior, the property has plenty of outdoor space to enjoy. At the ground level, there's a cute patio garden, while the rooftop boasts a sizable decking that's perfect for sunbathing and barbecues.

patio garden




Via @zillowunzipped.

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