Absolutely Pristine End of Group in Rodgers Forge
I’ve been in a lot of wonderful Rodgers Forge homes and 259 Stanmore did not disappoint. Meticulously maintained, this 3-bedroom end-of-group home is truly move in ready. The bathroom has been remodeled while maintaining the spirit of the traditional black and white bathroom.
The kitchen has that feature that everyone is looking for – the wall was taken down between it and the dining room, creating a bright and open space. AND the home has central air conditioning!
The current owner told me that one selling point for them was how incredibly bright the house is. With a large bay window in the dining room, and large window at the front of the houses, natural light pours in nearly all day long.
Rodgers Forge is a place where everyone can feel at home. With two blue ribbon schools in the neighborhood, it is a hive of family activity. In the summer, you can hear the sounds of children playing in the neighborhood tot lot and in front and back yards. When it snows, the Dumbarton hill is the place to be. I know a woman who lives in the house where she grew up, which she and her husband purchased from her parents 28 years ago! My neighbors to one side are a retired couple, and their daughter and her family lived across the alley from them until just recently.
I love Rodgers Forge so much that my family and I have lived in two homes here. We raised our 2 children for 13 years in a 5-bedroom end of group, then moved to a single-family house in Towson. Within 5 years as empty nesters, we were back in the Forge in a smaller middle group that is perfect for my husband and me.
The only caveat to moving to this beautiful home in Rodgers Forge is that you may never leave...and that's really not a drawback. With the spring market heating up the Forge, houses are selling quickly, so don’t miss out on this one!