On Thursday night, HGTV aired a new episode of House Hunters featuring three Baltimore homes. The 30-minute episode highlighted couple Bryan and Mike and their relocation from Florida to Baltimore City. Mike said he will be working at a university between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. in a research position and that the couple originally wanted to live in D.C. before discovering more affordable opportunities in Baltimore. Bryan is a commercial airline pilot.
Bryan and Mike toured three homes during the episode: one in Patterson Place (often referred to as Patterson Park) in Southeast Baltimore, one in Hamilton Hills in Northeast Baltimore, and one in Pigtown, which was referred to on the show as Washington Village. The episode highlighted Pigtown’s close proximity to the Inner Harbor.
Bryan and Mike ultimately purchased the home in Patterson Place.
The home featured in Pigtown was previously showcased in SouthBMore.com’s Tuesdays Under 250 in August and was sold in September. The property features hardwood ceilings and exposed beams, decorative concrete floors, catwalks, multiple outdoor spaces, a sunken living room, and many more custom details.
The episode featured many scenes of Baltimore including shots from Federal Hill Park, an overhead shot of the South Baltimore peninsula, footage of Bryan and Mike touring Second Chance, and many views of the Inner Harbor.
House Hunters has made several trips to South Baltimore in the past including a ‘House Hunters Renovation’ episode in Federal Hill/Riverside and a ‘Hunting Vintage’ episode where a couple selected a home in Union Square.
Touring the home in Pigtown
A walk through Second Chance
South Baltimore shots
Photos of the house from Tuesdays Under 250