Welcome to Baltimore! If you are a sports fan than you have found your vacation home, step out our front door and walk through the turnstiles at Camden Yards, go another 500 yards and you will be at Ravens Stadium, The Baltimore Grand Prix runs right past the house! We are just 2 blocks away from the Convention Center, and a few more steps from the Inner Harbor. We are an 8 minute drive from BWI, a 5 minute cab ride from Penn Station (Train) and walking distance with your bags in tow from Camden Station (train) which is just on the opposite side of the stadium from our home.
Our home is located in Historic Ridgely's Delight, 1 block from Babe Ruths Birthplace. Our home maintains most of its original historic charm with all of today's modern upgrades. It is on a tree lined street in a quiet neighborhood yet so close to everything that a car is not necessary.
When you step through the front door you will find a dining room with a fireplace, Living room with flat screen HDTV, and a kitchen with all modern features. The rear courtyard is perfect for relaxing with a drink in hand. The second floor has 2 bedrooms, the front bedroom with a queen bed and the rear bedroom with a full size bed. There is also a full bathroom on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor is similar to a loft with a queen sized bed, and a futon which will pull out into a double bed, there is also a full bathroom on the 3rd floor. Each bedroom is equipped with cable television.
The Adams live in Federal Hill, less than a mile from the vacation rental. Larry is a Physical Therapist in Baltimore and Kathy teaches Art and Sculpture, we have a 1 year old son named Mac. We love living downtown and are sure that you will love Baltimore too.
I rented this home in 1997-1998 until the owner decided to move back into the home, I was heartbroken to move out but told the owner that if he ever wanted to sell the home that I wanted to be contacted before he spoke with an agent. The owner spent the next 4 years living in and rehabbing the house, in 2002 he decided to retire and move to New Mexico and Kathy and I became first time homebuyers.