Located in Baltimore’s desirable Homeland community, 301 Taplow Road boasts an enchanting English Cotswold style home. This architectural gem will immediately capture the heart of any guest. The main entry welcomes guests into a foyer and leads into a charming Living Room with a cozy wood burning fireplace and showcases gorgeous hardwood floors that extend throughout the home. The expansive Dining Room seamlessly flows into a Mudroom area and the incredibly spacious Kitchen, a rare find in Homeland. With vaulted ceilings, abundant natural light, and two stone patios accessible from the Kitchen and Family Room, this home is perfect for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining. The professionally manicured fenced-in yard and patios create an oasis that will leave you in awe.
The second level features three generous Bedrooms, each offering ample closet space with custom built-in closet systems. The Primary Bedroom suite provides both space and privacy, along with an updated en-suite Bath featuring custom marble tile finishes. Downstairs, the finished lower level presents a versatile Rec Room or Office space. Additional storage and utility areas ensure convenience and functionality.
Ideally positioned on the corner of Taplow and Tilbury Roads, this home provides an abundance of street parking for guests, in addition to the paved off-street parking on the property. Upgrades abound, including a new sewer line, new windows, stainless steel kitchen appliances (2019), exterior painting (2022), and a newer HVAC system with two zones covering all areas except the Dining Room. The recent slate roof work offers both aesthetic appeal and peace of mind.
Situated in desirable Homeland, 301 Taplow Road features easy access to the renowned lakes on Springlake Way and a wealth of transportation options, shopping destinations, and schools. Fall in love with this exceptional property, where timeless elegance, modern updates, and a remarkable outdoor space combine to create an extraordinary living experience.
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