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6 E Highfield ROAD

6 E Highfield ROAD

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6 E Highfield ROAD

$850,000 | 6 E Highfield ROAD, Baltimore, MD 21218

Happy holidays from 6 E. Highfield! This special home has been in the same family for nearly 100 years and is finally making its debut to find new residents to cherish it for the next 100. This 1920s all-stone house has the great old bones only found in early 1900s built houses. It's adorned with irreplicable historic details that will satisfy the wants of any architectural purist, yet it boasts an amazingly functional floorplan that lends itself to anyone looking to enhance it with more modern finishes. With an effortless flow and well-proportioned room sizes, there are 5-6 bedrooms, 3.5+ bathrooms, approximately 3,750 sqft above grade, and an additional 1,860 below, making it roughly 5,600 sqft in total. There are 6 fireplaces, each unique in detail, staggered wide plank hardwood floors, and handsome moldings throughout. The kitchen is extremely cool, with ample cabinetry and a large center island that opens to a solarium with walls and ceilings of glass. You’ll find yourself with a consistent topic of conversation when hosting. Directly off the kitchen is a bonus room that would make a perfect combination of a butler's pantry and mudroom. The formal living room and dining rooms are beautiful traditional spaces, each with bay windows and wood burning fireplaces. There is also additional space behind the living room that would make a great home office. The lot is amazing - .35 flat, open acres, mostly fenced, providing the perfect setting for summers full of children’s laughter, lively barbecues with friends, beautiful gardens, and tranquil dinners under the night sky. For anyone looking to add a pool, rejoice - there’s room for one here! To enhance the outdoors even more, there is a flagstone patio, a pond, a charming covered porch with electricity, and incredible specimen trees scattered about. There is also a convenient 2-car garage attached to the rear of the home. Travel back inside to the 2nd floor, and you'll find two ample-sized bedrooms and a full bathroom, as well as a large primary suite. The primary suite is oversized with an updated en-suite bathroom, dual closets, and a fireplace. The 3rd floor of the home has two additional bedrooms, another full bathroom, and a large storage room that could be easily converted into a 6th bedroom. The basement is currently partially finished but has tremendous potential if you find yourself needing more living space. It's 1,800 sqft with tall ceilings, a partially finished bathroom, and most of the basement has been waterproofed . There is also a one-of-a-kind antique bar that was salvaged from a restaurant in Fells Point long ago. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more amenable house than this in Guilford at this price point. It offers a wide variety of options, whether you’re an architectural purist who wants to lean into the rich historic details that exist or someone who wants to upgrade and enhance what already exists by adding more modern finishes, the house fits either perspective. In addition to all that, this home uniquely falls into the Roland Park Elementary-Middle School district and is also walkable to Calvert School, ensuring excellent schooling options for families. Guilford is the perfect neighborhood for anyone looking for a detached home with a yard but who doesn’t want to give up the social amenities offered by city living. In Guilford, you can find the space and privacy you need, but you’ll still have neighbors to spend time with, restaurants to walk to, museums to visit, and parks to convene in. Additionally, the HOA will keep you engaged with neighborhood events and parties throughout the year. Guilford is also located centrally between downtown Baltimore and Baltimore County, making commuting to either convenient. It’s also minutes from major employers like Johns Hopkins, Loyola, and Union Memorial. This is your opportunity to secure this special Guilford house as your family's beloved holiday home for years to come. Don't miss it!

  • Active Under Contract

  • 5

  • 5

  • 3,750 Sq.Ft.

    Living Area
  • 0.35 Acres

    Acres Lot
  • 1928

    Year Built

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

Active Under Contract
Living Space:
3,750 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size:
0.35 Acres
Year Built:
Architecture Styles:
Tudor, Colonial
Water Frontage:
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Half Bathrooms:
Wood, Hardwood
Dishwasher, Dryer, Refrigerator, Microwave, Double Oven, Gas Oven, Gas Range, Washer
Other Interior Features:
Eat-in Kitchen, Kitchen Island, Pantry


4 Floors
Garage Space:
Water Source:
Off Street, On Street, Attached
Heat Type:
Natural Gas
Air Conditioning:
Ceiling Fan(s)
Public Sewer
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Other Exterior Features:
Patio, Porch


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The Guilford Historic District, nestled within the urban landscape of northeast Baltimore City, stands as a testament to meticulous planning and architectural vision that took root in the early 20th century. Spanning 210 acres, this planned residential subdivision emerged from the foresight of the Roland Park Company, which acquired the land in 1911 from the Guilford Park Company, initiating a development process marked by a fusion of urban planning and architectural ingenuity. Central to Guilford's allure are its distinctive landscape features, carefully woven into the fabric of the neighborhood. Main thoroughfares and secondary roadways meander through the district, flanked by meticulously manicured green spaces. Inspired by the principles of the renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Guilford boasts "Olmstedian Places" that blend seamlessly with its architectural tapestry. One of the cornerstones of Guilford's success lies in its robust infrastructure, meticulously laid out to support the burgeoning community. But perhaps the most striking aspect of the district is its architectural diversity, exemplified by a harmonious blend of styles that reflect the eclectic tastes of its inhabitants. From the grandeur of Jacobethan Revival and Tudor Revival to the timeless elegance of Colonial Revival and the intricate detailing of Italian Renaissance Revival Style, Guilford stands as a living museum of architectural heritage. Yet, what truly sets Guilford apart is not merely its architectural splendor but the visionary approach taken by its chief architects. Rather than imposing a rigid aesthetic, they championed a philosophy of architectural planning that prioritized site development as a catalyst for design innovation. By seamlessly integrating the built environment with its natural surroundings, Guilford's architects embraced the ethos of the City Beautiful Movement, ushering in an era of comprehensive suburban design that celebrated the unity of the arts. In essence, Guilford Historic District transcends its status as a residential enclave; it is a living testament to the enduring power of thoughtful urban planning and architectural excellence. In its streets and structures, one finds not just a neighborhood, but a timeless embodiment of human creativity and aspiration.

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