What Happened To The Sudbrook Hotel?
Built in the late 1800's this hotel, known as the Woodland Inn was in Pikesville. The dining room catered to the owners of the nearby cottages, and the porch was lined with rocking chairs.
This was the 'in' place for Sudbrook Park social affairs.
Sudbrook Park is in the National Register of Historic Sites and Places.
By 1924 the hotel was an unused shell and burned to the ground in 1926.
In the mid 1950's, four Cape Cod homes were constructed where the hotel once stood.
Within the next few weeks, I will be representing one of these charming homes in Sudbrook Park.
This single family brick home has 2 bedrooms on the first floor and a finished attic large enough for two more bedrooms. Central air, gas heat, wood burning fireplace, wood floors, large level lot and a two car garage make this a desirable place to call home.
Located in Pikesville 21208, it is just minutes to the Metro with an easy commute to downtown Baltimore or DC.
Maybe this is the one for you!
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