Designed in 1922 by architect Grace Malchow as her own home, 3900 Greenway boasts an incredible stucco 7+ Bedroom, 4/1 Bath traditional home. A bright vestibule with paneled double entry doors opens to the Foyer flowing to the picturesque Stair Hall with a wood burning fireplace flanked by two arched niches with built-in storage bench seating and a curved, classic low-rise staircase accented by an oversized leaded glass triple window. Double pocket doors open from the Foyer to the formal Living Room with a wood burning fireplace, architectural arched niches, a cased portal to the adjoining terra cotta tiled Sun Room with three walls of windows, and an architectural archway leading to the Dining Room.
The Dining Room features a wood burning fireplace, wide bay window with built-in window seat and storage bench, an arched built-in China cabinet with pilasters and leaded glass doors and a swinging door to the Kitchen Passage. The nearby study features architectural framed full-length plate glass mirrors. A barrel-vaulted entry leads to the Breakfast Room and provides access to the Kitchen with marble counters, an island/breakfast bar, stainless appliances, large walk-in pantry and adjacent Powder Room.
The second level features a tremendous Primary Suite. The Bedroom includes a gas fireplace, Sitting Room with gas fireplace, two walk-in closets, linen closet, Primary Bath and access to the second floor Study. Three additional large Bedrooms (two with French doors to the covered porch) and two Baths also share this level. The third floor features a walk-in cedar closet, expansive Recreation Room, three Bedrooms, and a Hall Bath. Old growth quarter-sawn oak parquet and hardwood flooring, beautiful moldings and high ceilings are found throughout the home. Outdoor living spaces include a covered back porch, a covered 2nd floor porch and a yard. A detached one-car Garage sits nearby. The HOA fee to be confirmed.
Located in the highly desirable Guilford community, 3900 Greenway radiates a classic yet accessible elegance quintessential to historic Baltimore.
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