Historic Ellicott City, Inc. is pleased to announce that our administrative office has moved to the St. John’s Cemetery Lodge on St. Johns Lane in Ellicott City, Maryland.
If you have ever wondered about the little grey stone house next to the cemetery on St. John’s Lane, click Read More to find out.
Patapsco Heritage Greenway was the recipient of a grant made possible from proceeds from our 2018 Show House for repairs and restoration of the stone facade of their properties on Tonge Row in Old Ellicott City. Work on restoring the building’s wood window frames and sash, adjusting and improving water drainage from the building’s facade and foundation, and removing non-historic and inappropriate doors and shutters has all been completed and the grant funds have been disbursed.
For more information about the project, HEC Grant Program, and our partnership with Preservation Maryland, click Read More.
The Northrops have long supported Historic Ellicott City’s mission, as well as other causes within the community and beyond. Creig is currently a University System of Maryland Foundation board member and has been on the board of directors for the Howard County Hospital Foundation. Carla donates her time to help many local and national organizations and has been on the board of directors for the Howard County Chamber of Commerce.
Honorary Event Chairs Creig & Carla Northrop, Northrop Realty
Located at Belle Vue at The Chase
11645 Vixens Path, Ellicott City, MD 21042
Valet Parking Only
Dinner and drinks by Rouge Fine Catering
Silent auction to benefit HEC, Inc.
We are excited to announce our 33rd Decorator Annual Show House: Belle Vue at The Chase!
This year, 21 designers and artists will decorate 24 rooms and spaces in this stately French Provincial private home.
Visitors will see an impressive range and mix of styles, design techniques, ideas and themes to satisfy every interest. In addition, most designer’s accent pieces, furniture, rugs and individual elements are available for purchase throughout the show’s run.