“It’s hard to put into words how perfect this location is. Room after room after room are filled with such amazing pieces of art. Pictures do not do it justice. Unbelievable host with tremendous attention to detail. ” David

OUR HISTORY

This grand 1850’s mansion was a private home for the business elite until the early 20th century, when it became the site of the first orthopedic clinic in America, under the direction of famed Johns Hopkins surgeon William Steven Baer. Clientele included Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, Katherine Hepburn, Errol Flynn and countless others.

Restored by Founder of House Calls of D.C and Art Collector Paul Scott Rhodes in 2016, the property has been faithfully restored to its original grandeur.
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BEDROOMS

Madison House offers nine comfortably-furnished and uniquely decorated bedrooms, each with private bath. Beds are made up with fine Egyptian bed linens and cozy down comforters. Towels and basic toiletries are made available for our guests as well.

COMMON SPACES

Guests have access to all of our lovely common rooms: an Entertainment Room, spacious Salon and Parlor, large courtyard and ample private parking. The decor of Madison House brims with artistry, yet the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly — a serene oasis just blocks from downtown Baltimore.

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Amenities


Fine Egyptian Bed Linen
AC/Heating in each Bedroom
Down Comforters
Continental Breakfast
High-Speed Wireless Internet
Large Screen Cable TV
Daily Washington Post and New York Times
Smoking Room
Outdoor Garden Area
Free parking on premises

The Neighborhood

Madison House is just steps away from the Washington Monument and the cafés and restaurants of North Charles Street including one of our favorites The Elephant Restaurant, also nearby are The Walters Art Museum, Maryland Historical Society, Peabody Conservatory, and Center Stage. For a visit to the Inner Harbor or Harbor East, you can walk or take a bus! We are also easily accessible from Penn Station, just a 20 minute walk away, and BWI airport, a 20 minute drive.