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Moore family lists Baltimore home on market for $2.75 million

A for sale sign was posted outside the Moore family’s home in North Baltimore. Photo by William F. Zorzi.

Little over a month after moving into Government House opposite the State House in Annapolis, Gov. Wes Moore (D) is selling his North Baltimore home, asking $2.75 million for the Georgian-style stone mansion in the city’s wealthy Guilford neighborhood.

The house, situated on a double lot overlooking Sherwood Gardens on East Highfield Road, officially went on the market Tuesday. It is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty.

Among the amenities of the 8,000-square-foot home are 6 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and 2 partial ones, 6 fireplaces, an outdoor pool, central air-conditioning and a gated driveway to a one-car garage. The house, built in 1925, was assessed by the state at $2.15 million for the current fiscal year.

Moore and his family moved into the governor’s mansion Jan. 18, after he was sworn in as governor.

“The entire family been [at Government House] since the inauguration,” said Carter Elliott IV, Moore’s press secretary. “Because they no longer reside in the home, they placed it on the market.”

Moore and his wife, Dawn Flythe Moore, purchased the house in 2017 for $2.35 million.

The property is still being guarded by the Maryland State Police executive protection unit.


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