Attention, House of Cards fans: You can now buy the Victorian-style property that Frank and Claire call home.
Centrally located in Baltimore’s Bolton Hill neighborhood, the 4,600 square foot home is every bit the luxe residence you would expect from D.C.’s most infamous TV politician. It boasts 12-foot ceilings, dual staircases, and six (yes, six) extravagant fireplaces. The 19th century house has been carefully restored but still includes original hardware details.
The marble and wood detailing throughout the multi-level home provide elegant finishing touches. In the main level, a large center hallway leads to a family room, dining room —complete with a butler’s pantry— half bathroom, and living room. Downstairs, owners will have access to a gourmet kitchen replete with a breakfast bar, granite counters, and state of the art stainless steel appliances. There’s also a separate breakfast room that opens up to an outdoor patio for a prime al fresco dining situation.
The upstairs levels house two large bedrooms (one, formerly the Master, includes a sitting room) and a full bath, as well as a separate Master suite on the uppermost level. The suite is on another level in terms of opulence, comprised of an anteroom, an office space with a skylight, a dressing room, and a spa bathroom that includes a jetted tub and walk-in shower.
The home is listed by Alex Cooper at an opening bid of $500,000. Interested in purchasing a bit of luxury (and television history)? The live auction begins on July 27th.
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