Mid-Week Five: CHAP Tax Credit Rehabs in South Baltimore

| August 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Welcome to the Mid-Week Five! Each week SouthBMore.com will showcase five homes in a certain category in South Baltimore.

This week’s Mid-Week Five features five homes that received a 10-year CHAP (Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation) tax credit. CHAP tax credits can be applied when homes in designated historic districts are renovated and the exterior is restored to CHAP requirements. The property taxes are frozen for 10 years at the pre-renovation value of the property.

40 South Carlton Street
Hollins Market

Price: $139,900
Tax:  $543
-2 BD/1.5 BA
Off Street Parking: No

1122 Haubert Street
Locust Point

Price: $301,500
Tax:  $3,809
900 sq. ft.
-2 BD/3.5 BA
Off Street Parking: No

1533 Marshall Street
South Baltimore

Price: $324,900
Tax:  $3,965
1,084 sq. ft.
-3 BD/2.5 BA
Off Street Parking: No

22 East Heath Street
South Baltimore 

Price: $349,900
Tax:  $3,679
1,800 sq. ft.
-2 BD/2.5 BA
Off Street Parking: No

 

1436 Henry Street
Federal Hill 

Price: $439,500
Tax:  $4,288
1,092 sq. ft.
-3 BD/3.5 BA
Off Street Parking: Yes

 

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