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Sun archive: Dream Home

Dream Home takes readers into the houses of Baltimore area residents who have found their ideal home, whether it be a mansion, rowhouse or two-room cabin.

Have you found your dream home? Tell us about it at homes@baltsun.com.

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  • A 'new' 100-year-old home in Roland Park

    A 'new' 100-year-old home in Roland Park

    In 1915, as Baltimore celebrated the centennial of the start of the Washington Monument and a time capsule was placed in its base, new home construction popped up here and there around the city. In Roland Park, near the water tower, a small cluster of brick rowhouses was built.

  • Parkton home is perfect space for family to grow and play

    Parkton home is perfect space for family to grow and play

    Sometimes it takes a long while to find the right home for a family of five — especially when it includes three growing, active children.

  • Canton rowhouse transformed from 'dump' to its original 1911 charm

    Canton rowhouse transformed from 'dump' to its original 1911 charm

    Bob Kean has been restoring old houses his entire adult life. So when he moved from a large home in Baltimore's Roland Park to a two-story rowhouse on Eastern Avenue in Canton, the change was far more than downsizing his space.

  • Custom Owings Mills home is spacious and warm

    Custom Owings Mills home is spacious and warm

    An impressive stucco and stone, Mediterranean-inspired home exudes a dignified presence on 2 acres that back to woods in Owings Mills. With an exterior resembling a European country retreat, its three-level interior encompasses 7,520 square feet of living space.

  • Fresh start in Fells Point offers perfect, practical fit

    Fresh start in Fells Point offers perfect, practical fit

    When Peggie Pendergast moved to Maryland from a four-bedroom, Colonial-style home in Syracuse, N.Y., it was for love and practicality.

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