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Space comes at a premium in the city, but these five listings in Federal Hill, Riverside, and Locust Point have more than 2,000 sq. ft. of interior living space.
The neighborhood has seen lots of redevelopment and investment over the last decade and is adjacent to Port Covington. Here are five current home five listings.
While the housing inventory in Locust Point is limited, SouthBMore.com found five homes at five price points. These homes in the popular neighborhood feature views, historic details, outdoor spaces, and luxury finishes.
City living often comes with a lot less space, especially outdoors, but these homes in the heart of South Baltimore have an outdoor oasis to enjoy.
Stadium Square is a $250-million redevelopment project by Caves Valley Partners on three blocks of South Baltimore and Sharp-Leadenhall. It is located between Cross St. on the north, Race St. on the east, Leadenhall St. on the west, and both sides of Ostend St. to the south. This week, check out five homes right around the corner from this development.
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.
Check out five renovated rowhomes with finished basements in Pigtown. These homes range from $90,000-$174,000.
Check out five different homes listed in Riverside. This South Baltimore neighborhood sits south of Fort Ave., surrounds Riverside Park, and features many tree-lined streets.
Parking can sometimes be stressful in South Baltimore, but that’s not a problem if you have one of these homes with multiple parking spaces. Check them out!
See what $350,000 gets you in Federal Hill, Locust Point, Otterbein, Pigtown, and South Baltimore.
The 4th of July just passed and everyone with a rooftop deck was probably hosting a party. Get in on the action next year with you own outdoor space with a view that you can enjoy all year.
This week SouthBMore.com takes a look at five Locust Point homes that are just a short walk to Latrobe Park which features sports fields, a dog park, tennis and basketball courts, walking paths, and more.