4419, Linkwood Road, Loyola/Notre Dame, Baltimore, Maryland, 21210, United States of America
This fabulous 3 bedroom home, featuring beautiful landscapes, stone patios and huge yard boasts 2 master bedrooms with sleek and modern en suites. Built in 1960 and renovated in early 2000’s, located right across from Stony Run Park, playground and trail. Walk to Miss Shirley’s for breakfast and have a late lunch in Sherwood Gardens. Loyola University campus is a short 5 minute walk.
A tree fell on this house, damaging the main beam and roof. Damage was also done to the living room ceiling, part of the kitchen ceiling, part of one of the bathroom ceilings and door leading from the living room to the patio. Structural work is necessary to make this home livable. The living room, kitchen and two bedrooms are all located on the first floor. The living room has a gorgeous wood burning fireplace and each bedroom has a modern gas fireplace. The basement level includes a large, finished club room, a third bedroom and rough-in for a third bathroom, as well as a utility and storage room. One of the main floor bathrooms has a steam shower and the other has a walk in shower and soaking tub.
Large, open kitchen with granite counters, tile backsplash and deluxe Dacor appliance package add class and sophistication. 5 burner gas cooktop and a push button, built in downdraft, so you can always view outdoors while you cook.
Central air and energy saving, water-based radiant floor heating on both levels. Water heater only 1 year old. Existing cement elevator shaft lends potential to a handicap accessible home.
There are numerous ways to move forward with this rehab project and make this unique, park-like property a dream home in one of Baltimore’s great neighborhoods. Simply fix the damage or imagine adding up to 1800 square feet with the addition of a second story.
This is an ideal opportunity to fix and flip to a homeowner, or for the handy and imaginative homeowner, the opportunity to create your own masterpiece in an unparalleled location.
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