Mid-Week Five: Homes a Short Walk to Port Covington

| September 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Welcome to Mid-Week Five! Each week SouthBMore.com will showcase five homes in a certain category in South Baltimore.

Port Covington has been described as the largest urban development project in America, and it sits just a short walk from many homes in the South Baltimore Neighborhood and Riverside. Port Covington will be accessible by Hanover St. where a new bike path will soon start construction and a pedestrian bridge has been planned on the 1900 block of Light St.

1616 Patapsco Street
South Baltimore

Price: $212,500
Tax: $4,571
900 sq. ft.
-2 BD/1 BA
Off Street Parking: No

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1803 South Charles Street
South Baltimore

Price: $275,000
Tax: $6,735
1,338 sq. ft.
-2 BD/1.5 BA
Off Street Parking: Yes

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127 West Randall Street
South Baltimore

Price: $349,900
Tax: $3,589
1,605 sq. ft.
-3 BD/3.5 BA
Off Street Parking: Yes

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1615 Hanover Street
South Baltimore

Price: $374,900
Tax: $5,859
1,392 sq. ft.
-3 BD/3.5 BA
Off Street Parking: No

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202 East Barney Street
Riverside 

Price: $429,900
Tax: $6,372
2,688 sq. ft.
-4 BD/4.5 BA
Off Street Parking: Yes

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