Otto Eugene Adams-Designed 1929 French Norman Castle in Baltimore, Maryland

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Otto Eugene Adams-Designed 1929 French Norman Castle in Baltimore, Maryland

$1,395,000 | Built 1929 | 5,801 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.35 Acres
4313 St Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Nestled amidst the timeless charm of Guilford, this exquisite residence stands as a testament to early French Norman architecture. Designed by the visionary Otto Eugene Adams and meticulously constructed by the renowned Clifton K. Wells Jr., this home is nothing short of an architectural masterpiece. A remarkable stone-clad turret graces the entrance, leading to an inviting circular entry that sets the tone for what lies beyond. Stepping into the grandeur of this home, one is greeted by a center foyer with original telephone room that leads to a sprawling, walnut-paneled formal living room. Here, the allure of a wood-burning fireplace and a discreet media alcove offers a gracious ambiance for entertaining. Sunlight bathes the interior through the myriad of French doors, effortlessly extending the living spaces to the serene blue stone patio and meticulously landscaped garden with water feature.

A sunroom, adjacent to the living room, beckons for moments of reprieve, ensuring a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor living. The elegant formal dining room, bathed in natural light, graciously connects to the kitchen via a butler’s pantry with wet bar and second dishwasher, an embodiment of convenience and sophistication. The kitchen itself features contemporary amenities, a five-burner gas cooktop, double oven, ample storage and a substantial island complete with a wine refrigerator. It harmoniously opens to the family room, creating a cozy haven for cherished moments with loved ones. French doors from the family room provide a graceful segue to the outdoor patio, accentuating the remarkable indoor-outdoor flow of the main level. Ascending to the second level reveals four spacious bedrooms, each thoughtfully appointed with beautifully updated bathrooms.
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Additional space on this level presents the perfect canvas for an office or tranquil reading nook. The primary bedroom suite is a sanctuary unto itself, offering two separate and luxurious primary bathrooms, including one with a Hydrosystems soaking tub with hydrofusion and a rejuvenating steam shower. The third level of this distinguished residence unveils a fifth bedroom, an additional bathroom, and a private office space. Finally, a finished basement adds to the allure of the home, featuring a clubroom adorned with wood shelving for wine storage, a gas stove, a dedicated gym space, and ample storage to meet all your needs. Modern convenience and efficiency abounds with a state of the art energy-efficient Buderus gas boiler and three-zone air conditioning system equipped with programmable thermostats, affording you personalized climate control throughout this stately abode.
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A two car garage and expanded driveway provide ample parking for guests. This premier Guilford residence has been lovingly updated and meticulously maintained, ensuring that it stands as a true gem along Saint Paul Street. A short walk to Sherwood Gardens and Sunken Park, its ideal location also grants easy access to Charles Street, Cold Spring Lane, I-83, Penn Station, Loyola, Johns Hopkins University, and esteemed local private schools. In embracing this home, you embrace a lifestyle of enduring sophistication and distinction.

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