Charming newly renovated Cape Cod at 2200 block Kentucky Avenue in Mayfield Baltimore, with modern amenities and gleaming hardwood floors. You will fall in love with all new interior finishes as each room is perfectly crafted to accommodate your lifestyle. Enjoy your lovely granite kitchen with Stainless Steel appliances and breakfast nook great for entertaining. The tax record is incorrect. The living area is 1500 Sq. Ft.
Mayfield is a small community in northeast Baltimore, Maryland. It is bounded by Erdman Avenue on the south, Chesterfield Avenue on the north, Crossland Avenue on the east and Lake Montebello on the north and west. Homeowners belong to the Mayfield Improvement Association.
The Mayfield Improvement Association describes “Mayfield as ‘a hamlet in the heart of town.’ Enter its broad, tree-lined streets and you’re sure to see neighbors chatting in their yards and children everywhere you look. Springtime brings a burst of color from the neighborhoods many azaleas, daffodils and dogwood trees. With its suburban feel, this urban neighborhood is just 15 minutes from the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, Canton, and Baltimore’s art and theater districts in Mt. Vernon. Likewise, Mayfield is a short drive to most of Baltimore’s largest employers.”
The development of Mayfield happened in three distinct historic phases:
Phase One: A 19th Century Rural Farming Community 1860-1890
The western part of Mayfield near the lake contains many homes that are Victorian Farmhouses. Later Daylight Row Housesand large Queen Anne Victorian homes were built as the streetcar line extended east and the City of Baltimore built Lake Montebello as a city reservoir in the late 1800s.
Phase Two: A New Century – A Grand Design 1890-1922
The large Four-Square, Shingle-Style, Georgian and Richardsonian Romanesque houses in park-like settings echo what was then happening in the neighborhoods of Roland Park and Guilford at the time. Like these neighborhoods, portions of Mayfield were designed by the Olmsted Brothers landscaping firm, who are most famous for their design of Central Park in New York.
Phase Three: Suburban Expansion and a House for Everyone 1922-1945
In 1922, large tracts of land were sold to local developers who built various types and sizes of single family and semi-detached homes. These houses reflect the eclecticism of architectural styles of the 1920s and 30s, including Bungalows, English and Tudor Cottages, Colonials and Spanish Revival houses.
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