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Baltimore at a glance:
  • Major Cities: Baltimore, Towson, Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Timonium, Cockeysville
  • Landmarks/National Monuments/Parks: Inner Harbor/Harborplace, Federal Hill, Fells Point, National Aquarium, Fort McHenry, Fire Museum of Maryland, Oregon Ridge Nature Center, North Central Railroad Trail, Boordy Vineyards
  • Major Industry: Education, Healthcare, Banking, Civil Service, Chesapeake Bay Sportfishing, Crabbing
  • Counties: Carroll, Harford, Howard, Anne Arundel

Baltimore

Baltimore County, with a population of close to one million, is located in the northern portion of the state of Maryland. It does not actually include the city of Baltimore, which gained its independence in 1851. Both the county and city attract new residents to Baltimore real estate every year.

The list of Baltimore County attractions is long and wide-ranging. Old world charm abounds in the antique rows of Reisterstown and Cockeysville, while the historic milltown of Oella is always a draw. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the county’s 175 miles of shoreline, 60 marinas, and 10,000 acres of park land in addition to the North Central Railroad Trail, a converted hiking and biking trail that runs to Pennsylvania. Almost 150 thoroughbred horse farms are located in the county, which plays host to the notoriously difficult Maryland Hunt Cup each April. Other events range from the Maryland State Fair in Timonium and the Towsontown Spring Festival in Towson to visiting the Fire Museum of Maryland and touring Boordy Vineyards, Maryland’s oldest winery. The county is served by the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and is within easy driving distance of several other major cities and the sandy beaches of Ocean City.

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Baltimore City is just as dynamic as the county that surrounds it. With roughly 650,000 residents, it ranks in the top twenty most populous U.S. cities. As such it offers all the amenities of big-city living, including national sports teams like the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens as well as major sports events like the Preakness Stakes horse race. The city’s centerpiece is the Inner Harbor. One of the nation’s oldest seaports, the Inner Harbor was recently revitalized and is now home to Harborplace, a downtown waterfront complex of stores and restaurants. Anchoring the Inner Harbor is Maryland’s number one tourist attraction, the National Aquarium in Baltimore. The aquarium’s 10,000 specimens of 560 species attract 1.6 million visitors annually. With so much to offer residents, it’s easy to see why Baltimore real estate is so popular.

Despite its metropolitan status, Baltimore real estate includes many folksy neighborhoods which have earned the city the nickname of “Charm City.” One of the most desirable of these is Federal Hill, which lies just south of the city’s commercial district. Overlooking the Inner Harbor, Federal Hill’s quaint rowhouses share space with a unique blend of restaurants and shops, including the historic Cross Street Market. Fells Point, another waterfront neighborhood, boasts the city’s highest concentration of pubs/bars. In 1969, it became Maryland’s first National Historic District, and its cobblestone streets remain a large part of the neighborhood’s identity. Little Italy is also a popular community thanks to its incomparable culinary offerings, though its narrow streets and close quarters are more easily navigated on foot than by car.

Baltimore County’s diverse attractions and the city of Baltimore’s urban amenities make for an enticing combination. To find Baltimore homes for sale and real estate, in the county or city, contact any one of Long & Foster’s many Baltimore real estate offices.

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