Look!: Inside a "Painted Lady" Baltimore Rowhouse

Look!: Inside a "Painted Lady" Baltimore Rowhouse

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Rachael Grad
Dec 4, 2008

We've blogged about Baltimore's fantastic rowhouses before, and now the Baltimore Sun features the inside of artist Robert McClintock and his wife's "painted lady" rowhouse in Baltimore's Charles Village. The couple did much of the impressive renovating themselves. Click below to see more photos of the house...

The bathroom sink and tub are original to the Victorian house. We love the photo below of the adorable cat Tony, who is standing between the kitchen and the dining room.

Below is a photo of the McClintock's living room.

To read the full Baltimore Sun article "In living color; Artist Robert McClintock and his wife turned their rowhouse into one of the 'painted ladies' of Charles Village" click here.
[Photos by Karl Merton Ferron for the Baltimore Sun.]

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