Jonestown

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Jonestown is an urban neighborhood known for its rich history and close-knit community. Many of the homes in Jonestown showcase the strong architectural heritage of Baltimore. Walkability is a prominent feature of Jonestown's urban nature attracting individuals and young professionals. Apartments or condominiums are available for rent and a high percentage of home are renovated or require some updates. Jonestown is a residential neighborhood that gives the opportunity to be present in an urban and welcoming environment. Jonestown's quiet nightlife allows residents to enjoy the Inner Harbor and cultural attractions, such as the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and the National Aquarium, great for educational and recreational experiences. Be sure to check out some notable heritage sites such as the Star Spangled Banner Flag House, where the Star-Spangled Banner was created; Lloyd Street Synagogue, the nation’s third oldest surviving synagogue, on the campus of The Jewish Museum of Maryland; Friends Meeting House, the city’s oldest religious structure and the St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, oldest parish church in continuous use in Baltimore.
What Jonestown Residents
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Living in
Jonestown

Jonestown — 6/10 Rating (based on 1 neighborhood reviews)
Very quite.
Safe where I am
Can walk to school
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Private Townhouse


Getting to Know
Jonestown

Neighborhood Boundaries
dining
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza
Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse
Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
Isabella’s Brick Oven Pizza and Panini
convenience
Rite Aid
parks
Friends of Patterson Park
Pierce’s Park
coffee
Miss Shirley’s Cafe
bus
65/CityLink BROWN (bus)
67/76/80 (bus)
CityLink ORANGE (bus)
rail
Metro SubwayLink (metro)
parking
Pmi Parking
Pms Parking - Little Italy Garage

Best Apartments
in Jonestown


1 Bed $710
2 Beds $875
3 Beds $980

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1 Bed $3,600
2 Beds $2,500

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2 Beds $2,600

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1 Bed $1,595
2 Beds $1,750

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2 Beds $1,800

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