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Penthouse just blocks to museums and the harbor

985ft²
  
1 bed,
1 bath
in
Neighborhood
Description

This penthouse level apartment is fully renovated. It features cherry kitchen cabinets and hardwood floors, large closets and a washer/dryer inside of the walk-in master closet!  It has a spacious, light-filled living room with a vaulted ceiling, and a master bath with a full-sized tub and large linen closet. The bedroom features Berber carpet, and windows looking out over a private rear yard.   Central heating and cooling boasts a 5-day fully programmable thermostat control, and in-unit hot water.  The walls, ceilings and floors are all sound insulated for quiet, peaceful living, and the windows are new, double-paned energystay windows. 

909 North Calvert Street is 4.5 blocks from Penn Station (Amtrak, MARC, Lightrail) and the University of Baltimore, 2 blocks from the Johns Hopkins Hospital shuttle, 3 blocks from Washington Place/Mt. Vernon Square (home of the Walters Art Gallery and the Peabody Institute), a short walk to downtown, the Inner Harbor, and the University of Maryland, and is right on the Calvert/St. Paul bus lines.

Parking is available in a lot directly adjacent to the building starting at $75 per month. City parking permits for Calvert and surrounding streets are available and are restricted to one per apartment. Finding street parking in the neighborhood is very reasonable.

60% Discount to M.V. Fitness, three blocks away (http://mvfit.com)

Building Amenities
Floor Plan
Quick Stats
$1,420
/mo
base rent*
Neighborhood:
Neighborhood
Available:
Deposit:
$1,420
Layout:
1 Bath
Size:
985ft²
Allowed Pets:
Allowed Pets
Included Utilities:
Water Included
Internet:
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.