Towson’s elevated ranch house sits among the trees in an urban oasis just off the Baltimore Beltway

Address/Location: 903 Stag’s Head Road, Towson 21286

List of prices: $675,000

Year of construction: 1959

Real estate agent: Lisa Hapney, Monument Sotheby’s International Realty

Date/price of last sale: For $240,000 on April 18, 1991

Property size: The 2,884 square foot home features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and an attached two-car garage on just under an acre of land in the historic community of Hampton.

Unique characteristics: This is the first time in more than a generation that this raised stone and siding ranch with the bright red door has been on the market. The house is set back from the street and is preceded by a manicured lawn and garden beds. It backs onto a wooded area with mature trees.

The setting creates the feeling of an urban oasis although in fact the house is located just minutes from the Baltimore Beltway. An outdoor patio and exposed deck at the back of the house are large enough to host a party, yet intimate enough for a couple to sit outside and enjoy the view.

A small staircase leads to the main level. The interior carries elements from the outdoors in, with two stone fireplaces, hardwood and parquet floors, and a stone feature wall extending halfway up a lower level wall .

The standout feature of the kitchen is the two-tier center island with granite countertops that includes a breakfast bar and food prep area with a built-in cooktop. The master suite has a spacious dressing room and a bathroom with walk-in shower.

The lower level contains an additional room that could be used as a home office or extra bedroom, as well as a work room that could be set up for carpentry, sewing, an Etsy business, or creating art.

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