Park Places

A sneak peek at what to expect on a Roland Park house tour.

Amy Mulvihill - May 2015

Sneak Peek at a Roland Park House Tour

A sneak peek at what to expect on a Roland Park house tour.

Amy Mulvihill - May 2015


Ever since its founding in the late 1800s, Roland Park has been one of Baltimore’s most fashionable neighborhoods, a picturesque “garden suburb” of winding lanes, lush gardens, and grand homes. As part of its annual statewide tour of notable properties, the Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage will visit eight historic Roland Park locations on May 17. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased here. Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect.

702 Lake Avenue. A TRULY COMMANDING RESIDENCE, this stone manor has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and a dining room that can seat 20 comfortably. The grounds contain rare specimen trees, multiple terraces, a pool, and a pool house. All photos by Patterson Lacy.





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