Own a piece of history. Pinkney was one of the avenues of escape for the underground railroad. The street was once known as Laundress Row. The ladies who did the laundry would throw their wash water into the street as to have it run to the harbor. There is a hatch opening to a roof top deck where you can view the harbor . They would use the roof top deck to wait for their husbands to return from the sea. Steps from Ego Alley and numerous shops and fine dining. United States Navel Academy a few blocks away Renovated all windows have been replaced, oak floors ,newer appliances central air and gas heat. Huge successful short term rental.
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