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Beautiful two bedroom in the middle of everything.

2 beds,
2 baths
Located within walking distance of three prestigious Maryland universities, Baltimore's Central Business District, and just three blocks from Penn Station sits the Residences at Government House. The Residences, a development project consisting of 8 unique market-rate apartment units built behind the walls of two adjoining 18th century rowhome facades, brings to the north-central neighborhood of Mt. Vernon a product that is in demand but sorely lacking - new rental housing without the high price tag.
This beautiful apartment was completed in 2012. The kitchen features deep caramel colored cabinetry, jet-black Energystar appliances, beautiful granite counter tops and an imported porcelain tiled floor. The sexy modern bathrooms feature lush darkwood vanities, marble floors and subway-tile tub surrounds. Other features include a video intercom, keyless front door, bamboo hardwood living room floors, plush Berber carpeting in the bedrooms, and a high-efficiency stacked washer/dryer.
The apartment is separately metered for electric and gas, has it's own hot water heater and HVAC system. Network and cable wiring in every room. Sign a 2 year lease by April 30th and receive one free parking space, behind the building, for your first year!
Just a short walk to Penn Station, University of Baltimore, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and the Johns Hopkins (JHU) shuttles. 3 minute free Circulator ride to downtown and the harbor.
Parking available onsite for a small additional fee.
Building Amenities
Floor Plan
Quick Stats
base rent*
2 Baths
Allowed Pets:
Allowed Pets
Included Utilities:
Water Included
Commercial Class Wifi Included
Included Services:
On-Call Maintenance
Monthly Pest Prevention
Online Service Requests
24-Hour Emergency Service
Free Online Rent Payments
- and more!

*All utilities are separate unless otherwise noted above. Minimum lease term of 12 months required. Rental rate may increase for shorter terms and decrease for longer terms.