Iconic Ruxton estate, circa 1925. Steeped in history and offered for the first time in 95 years. The English Cotswold aesthetic fully realized. Designed by notable Boston architects Parker, Thomas and Rice, whose vision has also shaped local landmarks such as the Alex. Brown Building, Belvedere Hotel, Gilman School, and Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus. Awaken your senses with the crunchy pea gravel motor court approach. Feel the strength of the sheltering slate roof, the intensity of its pitch is palpable. Copper accents and unique window openings punctuate this majestic stone masterpiece. Inviting main living hall with handsome stair that anchors the entire home. Refreshingly relevant spaces. Elevated design endures. A setting that embodies valley living in town and just a short walk to Lake Roland. Expansive terraces that reach into the countryside, framing the view of reflective pond in the distance. The original party barn, simply awe inspiring, complete with fireplace, exposed beams, and endless opportunities for memorable moments. Two-bedroom renovated guesthouse. Pool pavilion on axis with main estate, creating a stone-walled courtyard; the perfect space from which to revel in the property's Anglophilic roots. Set atop bucolic Brightside Road, this will forever be one of Baltimore's most coveted estates. Cultivate the next chapter of your life here. Infuse with your artistic vision and energize with your aesthetic. An opportunity to purchase something of substance. Authentic architecture, unrivaled in its quality and artisanship. Prime Ruxton locale with zippy access to everywhere you want to be.