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Avendui Lacovara
443-326-8674
SOLD
$421,000
Date 12/05/2022

1211 N Lovegrove Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Other
Residential Income
0.03
Acre Lot
1of
Photos
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Courtesy: Monument Sotheby's International Realty
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1211 N. Lovegrove provides the perfect canvas for creating an unrivaled investment property or a multi-functional living/working space in Baltimore's historic Mount Vernon neighborhood. The converted manufacturing space once housed the art studio of the abstract painter and academic Tom Scott. The property is currently configured and zoned commercial for three apartments and features three open loft-style residences that include ample space to cook, dine, live, create and rest. In the style of true loft living, each unit offers lavish entertaining space paired with a multi-use functionality. This hidden treasure offers soaring ceilings, skylights, original hardwood floors and exposed and painted brick and can be easily reconfigured to accommodate a single residence or duplex for owner occupancy. Tucked between the 1200 blocks of N. Charles Street and St Paul Street, the home's convenient Mount Vernon location offers proximity to the neighborhood's best offerings including many of the city's most renowned arts and entertainment venues, cafes and restaurants. Store your car in the oversized garage and make your way to Penn Station for easy access to Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York and beyond.
MDBA2065090
Other
Baltimore City
BALTIMORE CITY
1910
0.03 Acres
Electric Water Heater, Public Water Service
Brick
Public Sewer
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Courtesy: Monument Sotheby's International Realty
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