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Living in Highlandtown, Baltimore, MD

The diverse and eclectic population give Highlandtown, Maryland, a recognizable thrum. Located just a few miles east of downtown Baltimore, the neighborhood is a culturally diverse blend of eateries, stores, and bars. With good links to the rest of Baltimore and plenty of unique features and events, Highlandtown is an attractive community for homeowners looking for a slice of urban life in an area that has a storied past and bright future.

The Highlandtown Neighborhood

Highlandtown, Maryland, has been the first port of call for thousands of immigrants who are learning to call America home, and this trait that gives Highlandtown its special atmosphere. Since 1886, waves of Irish, Germans, Poles, Italians, and Latinos have settled in the neighborhood and combined to create a proud community. Here, you'll find a range of ethnically diverse independent stores, delis, and restaurants to keep you occupied, particularly along Eastern Avenue, one of Baltimore's most commercially active streets.

The neighborhood continues to grow, reflected by the increasing number of attractions and events that take place. Christmas, Fourth of July, and summer bring an array of activities for the whole family to enjoy, while art galleries such asSkyLofts and Y:ART reflect its ever improving arts scene. Highlandtown is also increasingly popular because of its close association with Patterson Park, one of the city's best; it borders the neighborhood to the west and features sport facilities, a seasonal ice-rink, a boat lake, and great views of downtown Baltimore. For a different, exciting day out, visit the Highlandtown Train Garden, a free exhibit featuring dozens of model train track sets.

Highlandtown Real Estate

The high population density of Highlandtown means there is a premium on detached homes, so buyers should expect to pay significantly more if they do not wish to live in an attached home or apartment. However, though the majority of buildings here date from before the Second World War, extensive investment means these buildings are in excellent shape, with interior apartments that feature first-class facilities. Home prices have been rising over the last few years, but this is offset by improved amenities and the feeling that Highlandtown is a neighborhood on its way up.


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  • Foodies appreciate the wide amount of internationally diverse cuisines available around town, especially at Eastern Market, a shopping district that also features ethnically diverse shops.
  • Fun is rampant all around town thanks to a variety of holiday events held throughout the year plus the abundance of art galleries and hot spots, like the Highlandtown Train Garden.
  • Patterson Park is the perfect place for fitness enthusiasts to stay in shape. For the kids, there’s an ice skating rink and sports facilities.

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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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