November 20, 2015

Preservation Personals: Midcentury Maryland Gem Seeks Colorful Personality

  • By: Nick Totten
Midcentury Gem, Baltimore, Maryland

photo by: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

2105 Erdman Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland

Midcentury Gem—Baltimore, Maryland

Hello there! Are you looking for the most vibrant home in Baltimore? Well, here I am! I was built in 1949, in a comfy, wooded spot of land. Though my simple structure is quite square, you'll find my personality is rather outside the box.

A pink front door is a lively compliment to my light blue walls. In the living room, you'll find a large fireplace. I also have quite a bit of kitchen shelving. It should be enough to hold even the most extensive stocks of food and appliances.

If you're in the area, come on by! I'd love to show you around more and brighten your day.

Learn more about me here.

Nick Totten is an editorial intern at the National Trust. He takes particular delight in historic museums and libraries. In addition, he enjoys performing music, playing with words, and appreciating the local sites and views on foot.

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