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Charming 1920s Colonial with serious curb appeal asks $665K

It’s also got Curbed appeal

Center hall colonial style home painted in a yellow-tan color with long brick path leading to front glass-paned door with white frame. There are dark blue shutters on the the windows.
Don’t you just want to walk right in?
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Price: $665,000

Not only does this 1920-built center hall colonial beauty in Baltimore have serious curb appeal, it also has—you guessed it—a healthy dose of Curbed appeal. What does that mean, you ask? For one, its facade boasts lovely architectural details and window dressings that beckon immediately from the street, creating an enticing set up for what lies beyond the glass-paned door.

Once inside, you are not disappointed. A bright and deep foyer greets you, with French doors enclosing a formal dining hall that features ornate molding and built-in cupboard on one side of the house, and a sitting room with fireplace on the other. From here you will find a sunroom and a connection to the spacious kitchen, which could really shine with an update. There’s an even an exercise room on this floor.

An elegant staircase leads to the living quarters, where there are four generously-sized bedrooms on the second floor and an additional one with a full bath on the floor above it for a total of five beds and five baths. Though the square-footage is unknown, the home includes more than enough space to go around.

Finished with hardwood floors, crown molding, and tiled bathrooms, and including a stone patio and second-floor porch, the property at 301 Northway is available for $665,000. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty