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Fells Point is a historic waterfront community in Southeast Baltimore located just one mile from the Inner Harbor. Established in 1763, the neighborhood boasts more than 161 buildings on the National Historic Register and the oldest standing residence in Baltimore City. Homes include quaint 1700's wood-framed rows, 18th and 19th century rowhomes, apartments and luxurious new-construction townhomes.
Federal Hill is a popular area in South Baltimore named for the hill at the northern edge of the neighborhood. Home styles include luxury condos, historic brick rowhomes, new-construction townhomes and apartments. Though it is designated as a federal historic district with strict preservation and urban renewal requirements, most residences have been rehabbed in the past couple of decades.
Evesham Park is a quaint neighborhood in North Baltimore located just north of Belvedere Square. Homes are primarily single-family detached residences, but the neighborhood also includes a few rowhomes and one apartment building. The community is a quiet enclave with quick, easy access to shops, restaurants, transit stops and major commuter routes.
Evergreen is a small neighborhood in North Baltimore that offers a wide array of housing styles from Queen Annes and Victorians to shingle-style houses and rowhomes. Residents can choose from condos, apartments and rowhomes with small front porches and single family homes with larger porches. The neighborhood offers plenty of trees and green space and is convenient to both Notre Dame of Maryland University and Loyola University.
Ednor-Gardens-Lakeside in Northeast Baltimore offers homes ranging from single-family to semi-detached and townhouses in a number of different styles. The neighborhood was a development of Edward G. Gallagher and his sons, Edward and Norman (Ednor). Residents enjoy access to nearby Lake Montebello and a convenient location right in the middle of the city.
East Baltimore Midway
East Baltimore Midway is a revitalizing neighborhood in East Baltimore offering a variety of rowhouse styles at affordable prices. Former industrial buildings in the area have been converted to dual-purpose artist live and work spaces. The neighborhood also offers new construction and renovated rowhomes. Residents enjoy a central location close to public transportation, Penn Station, Light Rail and the Station North Arts and Entertainment District, as well as two public parks and a rec center!
As Baltimore's Central Business District, the Downtown neighborhood is home to many offices, commercial buildings and restaurants that cater to a heavy lunch crowd. More recently, the neighborhood has seen a number of new apartment developments perfect for the urban professional that enjoys living in close proximity to work.
Dickeyville in Southwest Baltimore is an eclectic community of detached homes, row homes and apartment complexes. The quiet, stream-side neighborhood is a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Many residents and longtime owners that have lived in the area for more than 30 years.
Coldstream Homestead Montebello (or CHUM) in Northeast Baltimore borders Clifton Park. The neighborhood of wide rowhomes, many with front porches or sun porches and small yards, offers easy access to all the amenities offered in the beautiful nearby park. Five playgrounds, swimming, basketball, baseball, football, soccer, tennis and an 18-hole golf course are all a short walk away!
Coldspring occupies about 370 acres of rolling, wooded landed in North Baltimore. The neighborhood, near the Cylburn Arboretum, offers condos, new construction, single and semi-detached and rental homes. Residents enjoy manicured lawns, beautiful, mature trees and shrubs, tot lots, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis courts, walking paths and a bird sanctuary all along pedestrian walkways.
Chinquapin Park is a green community in North Baltimore near Chinquapin Run, a 76-acre stream corridor that goes through the park that bounds the neighborhood on the east, from which it derives its name. This quiet community offer single family homes and duplexes accompanied with well-maintained lawns. Many who settle in this area enjoy their proximity to outdoor recreation while still having the convenience of accessible transit, shopping and entertainment.
Charles Village is made up primarily of circa 1895-1915 rowhouses in a variety of styles. Many feature eclectic architectural elements such as pediments, front porches, bowed fronts, projecting bays, dutch gables, pyramidal and conical roofs, small balconies, and stained glass windows and transoms. Most of the housing is set back from the street providing well landscaped front lawns.
The Charles North neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of arts and entertainment venues as well as historic buildings and architecturally impressive houses. Located directly north of Penn Station, the area has been transformed into one of the most hip locations in the city with the Station North Arts and Entertainment District drawing artists, music lovers and young professionals into the heart of Baltimore.
Canton is a popular neighborhood for young professionals and newcomers. The waterfront community offers convenient access to shopping, dining, nightlife and recreation. Residents enjoy easy access to two public parks that host a vast array of festivals, summer concert series and community fitness classes, as well as a lively community square, all within walking distance.
Butchers Hill is an architecturally diverse neighborhood of brick rowhomes in Southeast Baltimore. The neighborhood once served many butchers that operated their shops on the ground floor of their residences. Today, Butchers Hill offers some of the largest traditional rowhomes in the city. Most are three stories with interesting gardens and rear patio areas. The Butchers Hill Association hosts many activities throughout the year making it one of the friendliest neighborhoods in Charm City.
Brewers Hill originally got its name from two landmark breweries in the area. Though no longer in operation, they are still easy to spot--particularly at night when the blinking Natty Boh sign is on full display. The former industrial buildings that once housed breweries are now home to mixed-use developments, which include apartments, work space and businesses. Residents love the neighborhood for its walkability and the seamless mix of historic rowhomes and new construction townhomes.