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This historic gatehouse was built in the 1860s as the primary entranceway to the Sheppard Pratt psychiatric hospital. Due to the financial requirements of building a 340-acre campus, as well as labor complications of the Civil War, building the hospital took over thirty years to complete. The Sheppard Asylum opened its doors in 1891 with the hallmark cottage at the Charles Street entrance to the campus.
It is built in Tudor Revival Style and provides two living units, one on each side of the archway. The Gatehouse resembles a Swiss chalet and has become a trademark of Sheppard. The neighborhood residents refer to it as the home of Hansel and Gretel. It was recently restored in 2013 and serves as a guesthouse for visiting staff, lecturers, visiting physicians, and ghosts (just kidding!).
As a Baltimore resident, I love how my drone photogrammetry projects encourage me to learn more about the local history and culture of my neighborhood.
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