In their prime, Baldwin pianos were widely considered one of the better American-made pianos one could buy. Now made in China, the Baldwin of the present day bears little resemblance to the classic 20th Century Baldwin piano you see here. This particular Baldwin baby grand is entirely original and remains in very fine, gently-used condition. At 5-feet, 2-inches long, Baldwin’s Model M is small enough to fit in most living rooms, yet large enough to yield a warm, rounded tone without the tonal thinness often associated with very small pianos (both grands and verticals). Many professional pianists and piano teachers ask us for classic Baldwin grand models like you see here, but we are not able to acquire them nearly as often as the ubiquitous, albeit excellent, Yamaha and Kawai grands from Japan that dominate our inventory. If you have been hoping to a find an excellent classic Baldwin baby grand at a price that won’t send you screaming into the hills, then today could be your lucky day! For the sake of comparison, the closest comparable Baldwin baby grand today with a walnut finish, the smaller model BP152, sell for the hair-raising price of $30,385.00! Compare that to the price we’re asking for this classic Baldwin, which includes a 10-year warranty, lifetime upgrade guarantee, and free delivery up to 100 miles from our shop, and the intelligent choice becomes fairly obvious, doesn’t it?