Reservoir Hill is a lovely neighborhood between Bolton Hill and Druid Hill Park. It’s known for its large Victorian homes and lush surroundings. Rachel Rabinowitz sold two of these gorgeous Victorians on the historic Mount Royal Terrace.
1936 Mount Royal Terrace is a corner unit that closed for $275,000. This gentle giant has 4 stories, 4 bedrooms, and 4.5 bathrooms. With historic details in tact, like hardwood floors, stained glass, architectural integrity, and a large fenced yard, it’s a catch. Across the street is a neighborhood green space, complete with the restored Lady Baltimore Statue, flower gardens, benches, and a grill.
2004 Mount Royal Terrace, a few homes down, closed for $382,000. It’s an airy, bright home that stands at 5 stories with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 4 fireplaces. Notable features include a stunning marble bathroom, original brickwork, and integrated contemporary updates. The backyard has both raised garden beds and brick paths with a custom pergola for shade. Fresh paint throughout make this home handsome.
Both of these homes are part of the Historic Mount Royal Terrace Neighborhood Association, which aims to maintain the neighborhood’s character and quality of life for its residents. Interested in homes with character? Contact Rachel Rabinowitz to schedule an appointment.