4 CHARLCOTE PL BALTIMORE , MD 21218

4 CHARLCOTE PL BALTIMORE , MD 21218

Snapshot
7

Beds

5

Full Bath

6545 ft2

Area

8

Bath

3

Half Bath

Location
Description

This is the one. Classic Williamsburg Colonial nestled away in a court on one of Guilford's most iconic streets. The home and grounds are masterfully maintained and preserved. 7+ bedrooms, 5 full 3 half bathrooms, the grand room sizes one expects from a stately home in this neighborhood. Architectural details throughout this house inside and out truly make it one of a kind. The front facade is a duplicate of Ratcliffe Manor in Talbot County while the front door is a copy of the Hammond-Harwood House in Annapolis. All of the stone used in the windowsills as well as the front and back steps were taken from the same quarry that furnished stonework for Monticello and Mount Vernon. The shutters are duplicates of the original ones at Homewood House. The pavement and terrace bricks all came from a Colonial home on Old Frederick Rd built in the 1740's. All of the interior trim is wood and every detail was copied from various celebrated Colonial homes in Maryland and Virginia with the exception of the Palladian window in the stairway. That window is a duplicate of the one used by Robert Adam, a famed English architect from the late 18th Century. The library is paneled in the same detail as the original look from the Bordley-Randall house in Annapolis. The main stairway came from the first building used by Johns Hopkins University. The floors throughout the home are from the first theater built in Baltimore circa 1745. Throughout the house, the locks, with only a few exceptions, are original Colonial hardware. Each chair rail is different, all copied from notable Colonial homes. The listed square footage does not include the basement which features wine cellar, club room, workshop and the piece de resistance, a squash court, currently being used as an indoor golf training room. Two car garage that also has heated parking pad/apron. This is truly one of Guilford’s finest homes.

Features
Additional Stairway
Built-Ins
Butlers Pantry
Ceiling Fan(s)
Crown Moldings
Floor Plan - Traditional
Formal/Separate Dining Room
Wine Storage
Wood Floors
Property Information
Accessibility Features:

None

New Construction:

N

Structure Design Type:

Detached

YearBuilt:

1929

Accessibility Features:

None

Style:

Colonial

Levels:

3

Community
County

BALTIMORE CITY

City

BALTIMORE

Subdivision

GUILFORD

School
School District Name

BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

School District

BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

$1,850,000
Property

Residential

MLS

MDBA539326

DOM

21

Acres

0

Status

ACTIVE

Year Built

1929

Lot SQFT

10890

Lot Size Units

Square Feet

Structure Design Type

Detached

Listing Courtesy of

O'Conor, Mooney & Fitzgerald

$1,850,000
Snapshot
7

Beds

5

Full Bath

6545

Area ft2

8

Bath

3

Half Bath

Property

Residential

MLS

MDBA539326

DOM

21

Acres

0

Status

ACTIVE

Year Built

1929

Lot SQFT

10890

Lot Size Units

Square Feet

Structure Design Type

Detached

Listing Courtesy of

O'Conor, Mooney & Fitzgerald

Location
Description

This is the one. Classic Williamsburg Colonial nestled away in a court on one of Guilford's most iconic streets. The home and grounds are masterfully maintained and preserved. 7+ bedrooms, 5 full 3 half bathrooms, the grand room sizes one expects from a stately home in this neighborhood. Architectural details throughout this house inside and out truly make it one of a kind. The front facade is a duplicate of Ratcliffe Manor in Talbot County while the front door is a copy of the Hammond-Harwood House in Annapolis. All of the stone used in the windowsills as well as the front and back steps were taken from the same quarry that furnished stonework for Monticello and Mount Vernon. The shutters are duplicates of the original ones at Homewood House. The pavement and terrace bricks all came from a Colonial home on Old Frederick Rd built in the 1740's. All of the interior trim is wood and every detail was copied from various celebrated Colonial homes in Maryland and Virginia with the exception of the Palladian window in the stairway. That window is a duplicate of the one used by Robert Adam, a famed English architect from the late 18th Century. The library is paneled in the same detail as the original look from the Bordley-Randall house in Annapolis. The main stairway came from the first building used by Johns Hopkins University. The floors throughout the home are from the first theater built in Baltimore circa 1745. Throughout the house, the locks, with only a few exceptions, are original Colonial hardware. Each chair rail is different, all copied from notable Colonial homes. The listed square footage does not include the basement which features wine cellar, club room, workshop and the piece de resistance, a squash court, currently being used as an indoor golf training room. Two car garage that also has heated parking pad/apron. This is truly one of Guilford’s finest homes.

Features
Additional Stairway
Built-Ins
Butlers Pantry
Ceiling Fan(s)
Crown Moldings
Floor Plan - Traditional
Formal/Separate Dining Room
Wine Storage
Wood Floors
Property Information
Accessibility Features:

None

New Construction:

N

Structure Design Type:

Detached

YearBuilt:

1929

Accessibility Features:

None

Style:

Colonial

Levels:

3

Community
County

BALTIMORE CITY

City

BALTIMORE

Subdivision

GUILFORD

School
School District Name

BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

School District

BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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