Baltimore City real estate is home to more than 636,000 residents and 72 historic districts. Residents take pride in its past while still embracing its role as a major port city. Today, real estate in Baltimore City continues to thrive thanks to the Inner Harbor waterfront that provides residents with countless shopping, dining, and cultural opportunities, all while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of the water.
Convenient access to the Baltimore-Washington International Airport, the Camden Station trains, and Interstate 95, make for easy traveling around as well as in and out of Baltimore. Even further, Baltimore City is an ideal place for business as it is for pleasure, with many destination points within walking distance. Big-name employers that contribute to the flourishing economy of Baltimore include Under Armour, Legg Mason, and top-notch health care facilities such as the Johns Hopkins Institutions and University of Maryland Medical Center.
This “City of Neighborhoods” got its nickname by having over 225 neighborhoods located in Baltimore City, you are sure to find a home that will fit your lifestyle. The international flair that exists in the Inner Harbor also spreads into all the neighborhoods that surround it with each one bringing its own personality and character to the table. Interested homebuyers have a great mix of housing options to choose from including single family homes with generous yard space, Victorian-style homes situated along tree-lined streets, and urban row homes, some with rooftop decks and beautiful water views.
Use the links below to explore our featured Baltimore City neighborhoods. If you are looking for a neighborhood not listed, let us know.
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|Canton – A historic Baltimore City community located along the harbor. Residents can enjoy the benefits of waterfront living at the numerous parks or marinas. There are also numerous restaurants to socialize with friends in Canton Square.
Charles Village – A community of two and three story townhomes often referred to as “painted ladies” due to the colorful and fanciful exteriors. Charles Village is located to the north of downtown Baltimore City in close proximity to Johns Hopkins University.
Developments – new lofts, condos, townhouses and single-family developments throughout Baltimore City. From our listings, you can view building information, neighborhood amenities, market stats and available inventory.
Federal Hill – A Baltimore City community that dates back to the 1800’s. Federal Hill Park offers amzing views of the Inner harbor where residents can relax and enjoy the scenery or spend time playing with their family. Buyers will find fantastic restaurants and shopping all within a short walk from their rehabbed townhomes and condos.
Fells Point – A historic Baltimore City waterfront community where residents celebrate a love or the arts and life. Attractions include Broadway Market, art galleries, a monthly art showcase, theaters, museums, live music venues, festivals and fireworks.
Guilford - Enjoy a quiet stroll with your neighbors through the Sherwood Gardens or the tree lined streets of the Guilford community.
Harbor East – Shopping, restaurants and culture are in abundance in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. If making your home in the center of downtown city life is on your to-do list then taking a look Harbor East real estate is a must.
Hampden – Home to the famous Hon Fest, a celebration of Baltimore culture through hair and language. Residents of Hampden’s rehabbed townhomes are just a short walk away from The Avenuea, a four-block area of shops and restaurants.
Homeland – A tranquil setting and close-knit community await the buyers of Homeland real estate.
Locust Point – This area offers its residents a quieter side of Baltimore’s harbor, while still maintaining breathtaking views.
Mt Washington – Located in Nothwestern Baltimore City, Mt Washington offers a quite county-type setting with an easy commute to the Inner Harbor.
Patterson Park – Known for the 155 acre park featuring numerous cultural and recreational activities. Residents are just a short walk away from both Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Roland Park – An upscale neighborhood with tree-lined streets and historic mansions, Roland Park real estate is full of unique homes that are rich in architectural styles.