1927 Brick Georgian Colonial For Sale in Owings Mills, Maryland (PHOTOS)

1927 Brick Georgian Colonial For Sale in Owings Mills, Maryland

$3,095,000 | Built 1927 | 9,311 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 12.97 Acres
416 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, Maryland, United States, 21117
Built in 1927 and encompassing a nearly 13 acre property in Owings Mills, Maryland, this brick Georgian Colonial was the beloved home of the family of Edgar Allan Poe for over 70 years and more recently the 2018 Baltimore Symphony Designers’ Show House. The 9,311 square foot residence hit the market in 2018 for $3.45 million and was last reduced in 2020 to $3.1 million. Thoughtfully designed to blend stately and timeless architectural remnants with luxe modern amenities, this one-of-a-kind estate has been transformed into a modern day masterpiece. Follow the long tree-lined entrance drive and you’ll find the enchanting Flemish Bond Red Brick mansion atop a small Knoll overlooking its nearly 13 acre plot. Inside you are greeted by 10+ foot ceilings, refinished original Heart of Pine hardwood floors and early 1920s millwork. Elegant arched doorways invite you to explore each room of the house that store the memories of lives lived long ago.

 

 

An original hand tiled morning room with tranquil views of the grounds showcases inlaid Raven tiles – playing homage to the great Baltimore Poet. Modern amenities include new 6 zoned HVAC, electric, plumbing, windows and natural gas line, renovated and expanded kitchen with Blanco Halcyon Marble counters, shiplap and beamed ceilings, Viking appliances, dual sided gas fireplace and a custom metal range hood hand welded by local artist Randy Slaysman. Incredible master suite with custom walk-in closet and 5 piece ensuite bath. Wheelchair accessible elevator & gym space have also been added. In the basement, original arched brick foundations walls help define a billiards room, entertaining space, bar, media room and 900 bottle wine cellar. Exterior landscaping incorporating brick vestiges that once housed formal English-style gardens help to create perfect outside entertaining spaces. A newly built 3-car garage with interior breezeway connects home and car while a whimsical walkable bridge leads guests from the main house to a separate guest suite. The property is on the market for $3.1 million with Charlotte Eyring of Berkshire Hathaway.

 











































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