This historic arts and crafts townhouse is four bedroom, two and a half baths creatively renovated by an artist. Hardwood oak floors have been restored throughout the first floor, and walls were knocked down to expand the space. The ceilings are 9 feet high throughout (at a minimum) so the entire house feels very open. The owner is an avid cook and the workshop style kitchen has an open plan, with plenty of room for that antique hutch you ve been eyeing and lots of counter space. A mix of modern and salvaged fixtures, handsome Douglas Fir doors and up-cycled antique details give the house a unique and eclectic character. The second and third floors both have a large and small bedroom - any of which can be used as an additional living room, yoga room, home office, music room or art studio. A louvered skylight over the stairwell allows maximum light in cool weather and is shut in hot weather to minimize utility bills and control the ambient temperature in the house. Light-filtering honeycomb window blinds - throughout the house - facilitate temperature control and add a cozy, softly lit ambiance to each room. The basement is unfinished, dry, and is the size of the entire footprint of the house, with plenty of storage space. Washer and dryer, less than two years old on the west side of the basement, and on the east side a new glass block window offers maximum security and plenty of daylight. The third floor, formerly an artist s studio, has recently been completely renovated. It has a different color scheme and a more contemporary look. Could be the perfect roomy guest suite for visitors, or even an Air B&B for the many visiting Hopkins applicants or parents that visit the campus year-round. The fenced and gated patio off a small balcony behind the kitchen is flooded with the western sun - grow flowers, herbs and vegetables in the wooden planters and store your garden tools and bike in the shed. Old Goucher is the new Brooklyn! Live where you work, or commute by train to DC or Philadelphia in an hour. Historic architecture, broad avenues, walking distance to many amenities: Penn Station, the main campus of Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art, various bars and restaurants. Adjacent to prominent neighborhoods - hip Remington, diverse Charles Village, arty Station North and culturally rich Mount Vernon. Accessible by car to Routes 83 and 95, and close to a network of urban bicycle paths.