Welcome to 2908 St Paul Street, a classic three-story Charles Village home that has been beautifully restored to showcase the home's original charm. This stunning home is located on the west side of St Paul Street which offers deep lots, providing ample space for a back patio and a two-story carriage house.
The home has been carefully restored to showcase its original details while bringing in period-correct pieces where they fit. The home features period-specific lighting, original inlaid and white oak parquet floors, ornate plasterwork, restored wavy glass transom windows, and many other breathtaking details. The current owners sourced historic artifacts from Housewerks here in Baltimore and other architectural salvage and antique dealers across the mid-Atlantic, New England, and Midwest, all selected with care and purpose.
A picturesque wrought iron fenced-in garden welcomes you from St Paul Street. The first floor of the home has a charming parlor complete with a marble fireplace, crown molding, preserved interior shutters, a landing featuring a rare antique japanned finished newel post light fixture, and a bright dining space. The kitchen, located in the rear of the home, is a mix of old and new with salvaged wood open shelving, an antique industrial articulating light, drop lights with rare milk glass shades, a period-correct chandelier, updated appliances, and a new quartz countertop. A large informal dining area leads to a bright sunroom complete with a half bath.
The winding staircase leads you to the second level of the home, complete with three sizable bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a second sunroom. The primary suite features an antique crystal chandelier and a massive bay window with a sweet window seat. The ensuite has been updated to include an antique toilet and a chrome plated flush mount light fixture with an Art Deco milk glass shade. Enter through a historic-style Florentine privacy glass door, to the hallway bath which is complete with classic black and white floor tile, a shower stall with dual shower heads, an antique sink, and beautiful cabinetry.
The upper level of the home offers a versatile guest suite with a vintage-style kitchen, an early 1900s cast iron sink, a retro refrigerator, and a stove. Another full bathroom and two bedrooms or additional living space round out this level.
The lower level of the home offers flexibility for an office or living space, while the backyard boasts a Shou sugi ban charred cedar fence for privacy with a cozy, whimsical vibe. This two-story carriage house features a hay loft converted into a studio space with refinished hardwood flooring, a wrought iron window rail salvaged from a home demolished last year around the corner on 29th Street, as well as parking for 2 cars. The possibilities in this space are endless.
Don't miss your chance to own this truly special home in the heart of Charles Village.