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The city of Baltimore, located in central Maryland and just 45 miles from Washington DC, is one of the highest-ranking cities for quality-of-life in the country. The area is diverse geographically and ethnically. The public and private schools consistently receive awards and accolades. Plus Baltimore is supported by great colleges and Universities, such as the University of Maryland. Housing options include apartments, condominiums, townhouses, and single-family homes. Average home prices start in the low $200,000.


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2010 Census Data Baltimore Baltimore (city) County Maryland United States
Population 620,961 620,961 5,773,552 308,745,538
Land area in square miles 81 81 9,707 3,531,907
People per sq. mi. 7,666 7,666 594 87
Median Age 34 34 38 38
2010 Real Estate Market Data Baltimore Baltimore (city) County Maryland United States
Total Housing Units 296,685 296,685 2,378,814 131,704,730
Owner Occupied 40% 40% 61% 58%
Rental Units 44% 44% 29% 31%
Vacant Units 16% 16% 10% 11%
 
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Baltimore Neighborhoods

Abell, Allendale, Arcadia, Arlington, Ashburton, Barclay, Beechfield, Bel Air, Berea, Better Waverly, Beverly Hills, Bolton Hill, Brewer's Hill, Brooklyn, Butchers Hill, Canton, Cedarcroft, Cedmont, Cedonia, Charles Village, Cherry Hill, Cheswolde, Chinquapin Park, Christopher, Cockeysville, Cold Spring, Columbia, Cross Keys, Curtis Bay, Cylburn, Dickeyville, Dorchester, Dunbar, Dundalk, Evergreen, Evergreen Lawn, Fairfield, Fairmount, Fallstaff, Federal Hill, Fells Point, Fort McHenry, Frankford, Garwyn Oaks, Gay Street, Glen, Greek Town, Greenmount West, Greenspring, Guilford, Gwyenn's Falls, Hampden, Hanlon Longwood, Harwood, Hillen, Hoes Heights, Hollander Ridge, Homeland, Hopkins Bayview, Howard Park, Hunting Ridge, Idlewood, Inner Harbor, Irvington, Jessup, Johnson Square, Jonestown, Joseph Lee, Kernewood, Keswick, Kresson, Langston Hughes, Latrobe Park, Lauraville, Levindale, Lexington, Little Italy, Loch Raven, Locust Point, Lutherville Timonium, Madison, Medfield,Mill Hill, Millersville, Mondawmin, Mosher, North Harford Road, Oakenshawe, O'Donnell Heights, Oliver, Orangeville, Otterbein, Overlea, Owings Mills, Parkside, Patterson Place, Pen Lucy, Penn North, Perkins Homes, Perring Loch, Pigtown, Pikesville, Pimlico, Poppleton, Pratt Monroe, Purnell, Ramblewood, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Remington, Reservoir Hill, Richnor Springs, Ridgely's Delight, Risterstown Station, Riverdale, Riverside, Rosebank, Rosemont, Rosemont Avenue, Sabina Mattefeldt, Saint Agnes, Saint Helena, Saint Joseph's, Saint Paul, Seton Hill, Sharp Leadenhall, Shipley Hill, Shoreline, Sparks Glencoe, Sparrows Point, Taylor Heights, Ten Hills, The Orchards, Towson, Tremont, Union Square, Uplands, Upper Fells Point, Upton, Violetville, Wagners Point, Wakefield, Walbrook, Waltherson, Washington Hill, Waverly, Westfield, Westgate, Westport, White Marsh, Winchester, Windsor Hills, Woodberry, Woodbrook, Woodmere, Woodring, Wyman Park, Wyndhurst, Yale Heights


Baltimore real estate information:

Baltimore is a city of over 300 neighborhoods spread out over 9 official regions - Northern, Northwestern, Northeastern, Western, Central, Eastern, Southern, Southwestern, and Southeastern. However, many locals divide the city simply by East or West Baltimore, using Charles Street or I-83 as a division line, and/or into North and South using Baltimore Street as a division line.

The Northern region is a suburban residential area, with many expensive homes. North neighborhoods include Abell, Cedarcroft, Ednor Gardens-Lakeside, Evergreen, Mid-Govans, Guilford, Hampden, Homeland, Keswick, Roland Park and Woodberry.

The Southern region is industrial and residential, with working class and ethnically mixed neighborhoods such as Locust Point and Westport, as well as working professionals living in the gentrified Federal Hill area.

East Baltimore consists of the Northeastern, Eastern, and Southeastern regions of the city. Northeastern Baltimore consists of diverse residential neighborhoods such as Belair- Edison, Cedonia, Lauraville, Mayfield, and Northwood. The Southeastern region borders the Inner Harbor and is a mixed industrial and residential area, such as Greektown and Little Italy.

The Western part of the city is made up of the Northwestern, Western, and Southwestern regions. It has many suburban residential areas, such as Fallstaff, Cheswolde, Glen and Park Heights. The Southwestern region is also a mixed industrial and residential area with neighborhoods such as Carrollton Ridge, Union Square and Morrell Park.

The Central section includes the Downtown area with many of the city's attractions, such as the Convention Center, National Aquarium and Camden Yards. The main downtown areas along the harbor are the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, and Little Italy Neighborhoods including historic Mount Vernon, Charles Village, Reservoir Hill, Bolton Hill, and Druid Heights.

Homes can also be found in the nearby communities of Arbutus, Brooklyn Park, Catonsville, Dundalk, Glen Burnie, Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands, Lochearn, Overlea, Parkville, Pikesville, Rosedale, Towson and Woodlawn.

Did You Know? Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, was born in Baltimore. Baltimore has been a Democratic stronghold for over 150 years.



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