Agents: please see updated remarks.This award winning home(AIA Baltimore Excellence in Design Award 2008) was gutted and fully renovated in 2008 by a local architecture firm. The layout of the home was reversed and the kitchen and living area were located on the second floor and a deck was extended out beyond the kitchen.The kitchen has stainless appliances and great functionality especially with a good sized deck right off of it. The first floor was made into a quiet, low-lit, master suite with bedroom, bathroom and walk-in closet. The home has a very modern industrial feel with galvanized aluminum walls, barn doors and other modern touches. The walk in closet on the main level is huge, and provides access to a full basement with decent height, that has a walk out side door that allows easy in and out storage for bikes and other items. An end unit, the home gets great light. Located on a quiet enclave running east/west between Madeira Street and Collington Avenue and running parallel/ between Gough and Bank Streets, it is a great location. Just a block from Patterson Park and a quick walk to the waterfront to the south and Butchers Hill to the north.