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Living in Hampden, Baltimore, MD

Once a blue-collar milling stronghold, Hampden, Maryland, has evolved into a thriving arts community, and the charm of the turn-of-the-19th-century buildings lends itself to the relaxed, hip atmosphere that prevails here. Even though it is located right in Baltimore, there is a certain small, college town quality to the Hampden neighborhood.

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What's Up Around Hampden

Whether you call one of the charming row houses home or set root in the more modern homes of Baltimore, it may be tempting to just curl up with a book and stay in, but you can venture out and find something exciting nearly every day. Living in Hampden, Maryland, you'll find a great mix of young professionals, families, and retired folks down the streets of this quaint community that met its fame in the late 1990s in John Waters' film, "Pecker." Comfortably nestled to the west of Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University, Hampden, MD, gives you the opportunity to experience the relaxed ease of a growing arts neighborhood.

Animal lovers can get their fill of the wild and magnificent, delighting in the fact that Hampden is mere blocks from theMaryland Zoo. If you are looking for something more along the line of fine arts, you'll likewise delight in the Baltimore Museum of Art, located just south of the Johns Hopkins campus, offering both permanent installations and traveling exhibits. Once your hunger overtakes your sense of adventure, you'll find a wide range of food for every palate. Interspersed with fantastic shops and boutiques, your meal can be followed up with a leisurely stroll through the different retail venues found throughout this unique and historic neighborhood.

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Houses to Call Home

Hampden, Maryland, is a unique combination of the traditional older stone or brick row houses and larger homes are common in Baltimore, along with more contemporary family homes and apartments. The friendly, low-key neighborhood offers a great environment for raising kids or going home to a more quiet pace after a busy day of work in the city. Homes for sale in Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood are most often evenly divided between historic row houses and new construction condos and townhomes.


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  • The Baltimore Zoo, located just a few blocks away, is the main attraction in town sure to please all member of the family.
  • Art lovers agree the Baltimore Museum of Art features works of art anyone can admire. The venue features both permanent and traveling exhibits.
  • Suburban amenities, like restaurants and shops, are all within a just few blocks of your doorstep.

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Baltimore Real Estate at a Glance

  • 3,949 Homes Sold*
  • 93 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $199,900 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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