A quintessential Roland Park home located at 108 Beechdale Road, a favorite Baltimore street, this charming 3 / 4 Bedroom, 3/1 Bath home epitomizes the vision intended by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr and Edward Bouton. Believed to be built as the Honeymoon House for their children by the parents who lived on Saint John’s Rd, this circa 1910 French Country home sits nestled into the hillside abutting the Hilltop Path which is one of the 13 footpaths in Roland Park designed for commuters to walk to the trolley. The tremendous charm and architectural details have been lovingly and impeccably maintained as well as updated for current living needs.
An arched door leads into the Living Room featuring a large fireplace and open staircase with access to the Sunroom where French doors lead to the patio and garden as well as to the Dining Room. This bright and cheerful space flows into the attached Kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite counters, high-end appliances and French doors to the kitchen patio.
The second level enjoys a spacious Primary Suite with walk-in closet, French doors to an attached Sitting Room/Library, and a Primary Bath with marble floor and glass-enclosed shower stall. A second large Bedroom also shares this level, including a custom fitted double closet, private Sitting Room and a hall Bath. The third floor features a third Bedroom, large Sitting Room and a hall Bath as well. An Office/Family Room can be found on the lower level as well as a Laundry Area and a Garden Room with wet bar and French doors to the large back patio. Stunning outdoor cobblestone patios surround the home including a two-tier stone fishpond with waterfalls, stucco garden wall and an elevated terrace above the back of the house with a flagstone seating area and steps to the Hilltop Path.
With fantastic architectural details and charm throughout, 108 Beechdale Road is move in ready and sure to please!
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