Your search stops here... Welcome to the ultra-luxurious and incredible Pier Homes of Harborview! A charming residence in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Enjoy 5-star living nestled between the lush green-scape of historic Federal hill and the serenity of the harbor. This waterfront Pier home is located in the coveted Harborview gated community. This professionally designed and perfectly appointed five-level townhome is located directly on the harbor offering rare space with water views. Luxury living features an inviting primary suite, private elevator, stainless steel appliances, gleaming hardwood floors and gas fireplaces.

This prestigious gated community includes private marina, waterfront promenade, health club, 2 outdoor pools along with restaurants and coffee shops on site. You are just steps from all the restaurants and nightlife Baltimore's inner harbor has to offer, just follow the exquisite brick path from your neighborhood along the water right into the inner harbor! This immaculately kept residence boasts five floors of meticulously appointed living spaces, irresistible charm and presentation. A feeling of warmth and welcome surrounds you from the moment you walk up the beautiful path onto the front stoop of this exceptional condominium. Soak in the lush green-scape and breathtaking water views showcasing this masterpiece. The harborview residences provide an ideal balance of neighborhood charm and downtown convenience. The exciting interior design of this model features a spacious open floor plan that creates an inviting and entertaining space in this lavish two-car garage residence. The entertaining possibilities abound with five exquisite levels starting with a welcoming marble foyer with gorgeous hardwood stairs leading to a magnificent open living room and dining room featuring large floor-to-ceiling windows letting in an influx of natural sunlight. Adjacent to the living room is a kitchen that is a gourmand’s dream with both a large cooktop island and a breakfast bar not to mention an abundance of upgraded cabinetry. On this floor, you will also find the main level powder room.

Take in the stunning city and water views through the immaculate sliding glass door leading to a sophisticated veranda. Enter into the private elevator up to the next floor to find the primary suite which is a breathtaking retreat, again with large floor-to-ceiling windows, sitting area, spa bath, enormous standing shower, dual vanities and two expansive separate walk-in closets with incredible space. From the primary bath, you will find French doors opening to a Juliette balcony. Have your morning coffee and take in the serene views on the balcony off of the primary bedroom. Just around the corner from the entry into the primary bedroom, you will find a spacious full laundry closet with a full-sized washer and dryer. Then take the elevator up to the next floor to the grand family room with a wet bar and gas fireplace opening to yet another elegant balcony. This family space can easily be converted into an additional secondary bedroom if that is better suited for your use. An additional secondary bedroom with French closet doors are also located on this floor. Add to this upper level, which features sprawling hardwood floors and a full bath. End the night with the amazing hot tub located on the large private rooftop terrace with awe-striking city and water views. This house is a dream come true! A MUST SEE... don't miss your shot at living in your own personal resort!

The city is named after Cecil Calvert, second Lord Baltimore of the Irish House of Lords and founding proprietor of the Province of Maryland. Baltimore Manor was the name of the estate in County Longford on which the Calvert family lived in Ireland. Baltimore has sometimes been dubbed a "city of neighborhoods," with 72 designated historic districts traditionally occupied by distinct ethnic groups. Most notable today are three downtown areas along the port: the Inner Harbor, frequented by tourists due to its hotels, shops, and museums; Fells Point, once a favorite entertainment spot for sailors but now refurbished and gentrified (and featured in the movie Sleepless in Seattle); and Little Italy, located between the other two, where Baltimore's Italian-American community is based – and where U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi grew up. Further inland, Mount Vernon is the traditional center of cultural and artistic life of the city; it is home to a distinctive Washington Monument, set atop a hill in a 19th-century urban square, that predates the more well-known monument in Washington, D.C. by several decades. 

Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower, built in 1911. The 15 stories of the Bromo Seltzer Tower have been transformed into studio spaces for visual and literary artists. Baltimore has quite a history when it comes to making beer, an art that thrived in Baltimore from the 1800s to the 1950s with over 100 old breweries in the city's past. The best remaining example of that history is the old American Brewery Building on North Gay Street and the National Brewing Company building in the Brewer's Hill neighborhood. In the 1940s the National Brewing Company introduced the nation's first six-pack. National's two most prominent brands, were National Bohemian Beer colloquially "Natty Boh" and Colt 45. Listed on the Pabst website as a "Fun Fact", Colt 45 was named after running back #45 Jerry Hill of the 1963 Baltimore Colts and not the .45 caliber handgun ammunition round. Both brands are still made today, albeit outside of Maryland, and served all around the Baltimore area at bars, as well as Orioles and Ravens games. The Natty Boh logo appears on all cans, bottles, and packaging; and merchandise featuring him can still easily be found in shops in Maryland, including several in Fells Point.

Each year the Artscape takes place in the city in the Bolton Hill neighborhood, due to its proximity to Maryland Institute College of Art. Artscape styles itself as the "largest free arts festival in America". Each May, the Maryland Film Festival takes place in Baltimore, using all five screens of the historic Charles Theatre as its anchor venue. Many movies and television shows have been filmed in Baltimore. The Wire was set and filmed in Baltimore. House of Cards and Veep are set in Washington, D.C. but filmed in Baltimore. Baltimore has cultural museums in many areas of study. The Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Walters Art Museum are internationally renowned for its collection of art. The Baltimore Museum of Art has the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse in the world. The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is the first African American wax museum in the country, featuring more than 150 life-size and lifelike wax figures.

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Offered At | $784,900

2 bed | 3 bath

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