Remington Steals Remington is often tagged “up and coming.” These charming houses prove the place has arrived.

By Hannah Monicken



remingotn-row_1e_money_v1_01Dream Factory
$1,176/month
Bedroom: 1, Bath: 1, Square feet: starting at 606

If warehouse-chic is your vibe, then not only is Remington up your alley, Remington Row, the factory-inspired apartment building, should speak to you. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring natural light and openness—classic features that never go out of style. And with amenities like a 24-hour fitness center, concierge, free garage parking and bike storage, Remington Row mixes modern luxury with an old-town feel. —SEAWALL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, 443-682-7649
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Inner Beauty
$259,000
Bedroom: 4, Bath: 4, Square feet: 2,130

The outside of this four-bedroom home may not display a fierce wow factor, but the inside more than makes up for its traditional presentation. Beautiful hardwood floors greet you on the main floor, along with a kitchen decked with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The open floor plan ensures maximum artistic freedom for your decorating whims. The fully finished basement provides still more living area or a divine teen hangout. —CLAUSEN ELY III, RESULTS 1 REALTY, 410-576-8522

attachmentYours, Mine, Ours
$249,900
Bedroom: 3, Bath: 4, Square feet: 2,285

This house may have the best solution ever to avoiding family fights: a bathroom for everyone! With three bedrooms and four—four!—bathrooms, the spacious home also sports a more modern look than is typical for residential Remington. The back deck area and fully equipped kitchen make this perfect for hosting dinner (and dancing) parties. —RON HOWARD, RON HOWARD & ASSOCIATES OF RE/MAX PREFERRED, 443-573-9222

 

jb1_1801Family Affair
$239,900
Bedroom: 3, Bath: 1, Square feet: 1,560

The perfect family home, this three-bedroom rowhouse feels lived-in and cozy with its exposed brick and bright walls. The fenced-in backyard is perfect for any four-legged members of your family, as well as the younger two-legged ones. The basement may need a bit of TLC, but think of it as an opportunity to build that better playroom. And once the kids go to bed, sit back and enjoy a cocktail on the upstairs deck. —DAN MORRIS, LONG & FOSTER REAL ESTATE, INC., 410-583-9400

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