Sold by guerilla: Rehab in Old Goucher
2232 Guilford Avenue went on the market and then under contract in the blink of an eye! Rachel Rabinowitz and David Tomasko closed on this house at $280,000. The property is pristine and newly renovated in Baltimore’s Old Goucher neighborhood. It’s not hard to see why it flew off the market.
Recently updated through the North Calvert Green initiative, this home is super clean and energy efficient with all new appliances, green building materials, and new systems in place.
The house is bright and sunny, as it’s an end-of-group. Every bedroom feels special, and has a bathroom either on-suite or just outside the door.
The backyard is neat and fenced in, and sits on a large park with playground.
To add to its value, the property taxes are reduced significantly through Baltimore City’s CHAP tax credit, making them just $246/year for the next seven years. This translates into thousands of dollars in savings each year. 2232 Guilford is also eligible for Johns Hopkins Live Near Your Work grant, allotting up to $17,000 towards your home purchase.
Old Goucher is conveniently located between Charles Village, Station North, and Remington, so there’s always a restaurant or bar in walking distance. It’s a diverse neighborhood that has benefit from the North Calvert Green Development initiative, rehabbing vacant row houses into energy efficient single-family homes. This home sits on the popular north/south Guilford bike lane, as well as being just 2 blocks east of the newly built Maryland Ave bike lane. Additionally, Old Goucher is a target neighborhood for DC commuters, as it’s just blocks from Penn Station, minimizing your morning commute.