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Living in Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD

Fell's Point in Baltimore, Maryland, is a great neighborhood for people who want the advantages of a big city without having to tolerate heavy traffic and large crowds. The Fell's Point neighborhood was once home to sailors and dockworkers who needed to live close to Patapsco River's West Channel; in recent years, though, it has transformed into one of Baltimore's hippest neighborhoods, where young people often live alongside lifelong residents. The streets are easy to walk, and there are numerous local businesses that cater to both daytime and nighttime clientele.

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Things to Do

Living in Fell's Point will give you easy access to some of Baltimore's best restaurants and quirky stores. Fleet Street, for instance, is a long promenade lined with local and national businesses. It's common to find families enjoying ice cream cones alongside young adults drinking at bars along the pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare.

As one of Baltimore's oldest neighborhoods, you can also expect to find plenty of historic sites in Fell's Point. For example, the Horse You Came In On Saloon was one of Edgar Allen Poe's favorite drinking spots while he lived in Baltimore. Rumor has it that Poe downed his last drink in the pub, shortly before dying on his walk home.

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Housing in Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD

Many of the homes for sale in Fell's Point, MD, were built during the 18th and 19th centuries. The neighborhood's southern area is full of row houses that provided sailors with simple accommodations. While some of the row houses look a little plain the outside, many new owners have remodeled the interiors so they offer all the modern conveniences that today's home buyers expect.

Buyers who prefer newer construction will want to explore Fell's Point real estate in the area north of Fleet Street. This part of the neighborhood has an impressive number of Victorian homes with plenty of style. Plus, over the past few decades, developers have constructed apartment buildings in this area, making it possible for an economically diverse population to enjoy the neighborhood's quieter side.

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Transportation and Travel in Fell's Point

Fell's Point is just a short walk or water taxi ride from the Inner Harbor. It's served by a number of inexpensive buses, and a day pass gives you unlimited rides on Baltimore buses, light rail or the subway. Amtrak or the MARC Train will take you to the suburbs and points beyond, as well as to BWI Airport.


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  • Fleet Street is the main attraction in this Baltimore neighborhood. Restaurants and quirky shops line up the long promenade, making it the perfect spot to go for an evening stroll.
  • For history buffs who appreciate a stiff drink, the Horse That You Came In On Saloon features traditional bar foods and drinks, and is said to be Edgar Allen Poe’s favorite watering hole.


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