How much would you pay for
a 2000+ sq ft condo with a triple panoramic view from the 21st
It all depends on what city you are talking about, but my, oh my! Buy in Baltimore! Invest in Baltimore! Especially you DC people...
Check out this condo (double unit) in the heart of historic Mount Vernon in Baltimore, Maryland. With a walk score of 97, Mount Vernon encompasses the best of city living anywhere. Living spaces include gorgeous Victorians, high-rise condominiums, and carriage houses. It is the cultural center of Baltimore and boasts the Myerhoff Symphony Hall and the Lyric Theater, Walters Art Museum, Peabody Conservatory, Center Stage, the Maryland Historical Society, and the Enoch Pratt Free Library. It has some of the best bars and restaurants in the city and attracts both gay and straight populations. And it is footsteps from Union Station train station, where you can hop on Amtrak or the MARC commuter train to Washington, DC.
I was the listing agent and it sold in 5 days and just settled the other day.
21st floor. Triple Panoramic View—all the way south to the harbor, all the way east and all the way north--up towards Pennsylvania. The condo had been completely renovated and architect-designed. Totally minimalist and cool. Beautiful hard maplewood floors, super new and modern kitchen and baths.
Beautiful open spaces to be used in a myriad of ways. I liken it to a New York or San Francisco gallery.
I lived in San Francisco earlier this year for a short time and got to know the real estate market very well. And I've been going to New York my whole life. Without a doubt, this apartment would have sold for $3.5-4 million dollars. So, how much did it sell for here? Any guesses? I'd love to hear back from you, but if you give up, just scroll down...
Folks, especially in Washington DC, because literally we are in your backyard, you get so much more house for the money. Historic Mount Vernon architecture rivals that of Capitol Hill or Georgetown. And Mount Vernon Square is as beautiful as anywhere in Europe.
And, though this condo is no longer for sale, I have a great listing for a 3-unit multifamily building just 10 blocks away in the old/new and hip Old Goucher/Station North 2221 Saint Paul Street.
OK, back to the selling price of the first property that just settled…drum roll, please--$312,490!!
So, my friends, now is a great time to invest in Baltimore!!
Baltimore City Living Expert
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage