Baltimore July 16, 2017
Here Are The 10 Best Places To Live In Baltimore And Why
If you’ve ever wondered where the best places to live in Baltimore are, then read on. According to Niche.com, the following 10 Charm City neighborhoods offer the best living for 2017. These neighborhoods were ranked according to pubic schools, crime & safety, housing, and more. See who made the top 10 and let us know if you agree.
The Blythewood neighborhood is known for having grandiose single family homes, usually priced over 1 million dollars. The yards are large and the it's a relatively safe spot, perfect for families.
This historic neighborhood is full of character and is also known to be a bit pricey. Security is well maintained so you can feel safe walking around and taking in the beautiful architecture.
3. Wyman Park
Wyman Park has a mix of single family homes, row houses and apartments, so residents have a mix of incomes. This little community scores high marks for families.
4. Locust Point Industrial Area
You'll find mostly traditional row houses here, where residents display their happy plants out front. The neighborhood is surrounded by industrial sights and is located close to Fort McHenry. It's perfect for raising young children since the high-scoring elementary school is located nearby.
This neighborhood is full of character, recently having been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many notable politicians have lived here over the years, ranking as one of the safest neighborhoods.
This tiny neighborhood is often confused as being part of Roland Park. It has both single family homes and town homes. Homes aren't often for sale here since residents are pretty prideful of their charming space in Baltimore.
7. Federal Hill
When most people hear the words Federal Hill, they think of the scenic park overlooking the Inner Harbor. Located in that area is also the Federal Hill neighborhood, boasting multi-colored row houses. This spot is great for families or for those who love being in close proximity to the city's major attractions.
In the North district of Baltimore, you'll find this delightful neighborhood where no two houses are alike. It's a walkable spot where the neighbors are known to be friendly.
This area is very community orientated, perfect for families and those who love getting to know their neighbors. It's filled with young professionals as well as older locals - the best of both worlds.
10. Roland Park
Roland Park was the first planned suburban community in the US. Today, it still retains its history and also offers nearby amenities such a shopping and superb schools. The architecture can't be beat.
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