Butcher's Hill

Popular for Young Professionals
Butcher’s Hill is located near cultural attractions and landmarks, such as Patterson Park, which offers recreational activities, festivals, and events. The nearby Inner Harbor area provides additional entertainment options, including shopping, dining, and waterfront activities. Family life in Butcher's Hill can vary depending on individual preferences. While the neighborhood may not have extensive dedicated family amenities, it is located near Patterson Park, which offers ample green space, playgrounds, and sports fields for outdoor activities. Families can also enjoy the community events and festivals held in the neighborhood. Housing options in Butcher's Hill consist mainly of historic rowhouses and townhouses. The real estate market in the neighborhood reflects its historic nature, with a mix of renovated homes and properties that may require some updates. Rental options may also be available in the form of apartments or condominiums. Butcher's Hill is a historic urban neighborhood in Baltimore that offers a close-knit community and a convenient living experience. With its walkability, convenient transportation options, relatively quiet nightlife, diverse entertainment options, and housing choices, Butcher's Hill provides residents with an opportunity to live in an urban environment while enjoying the historic charm and community spirit of the neighborhood.
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Butcher's Hill — None/10 Rating (based on 1 neighborhood reviews)
My street, in particular, is extremely close to downtown Fell's point, as well as Johns Hopkins Hospital's downtown main campus. It is filled with wonderful working professionals, mainly associated with Johns Hopkins. The only con about living here is the strange and uncomfortable number of Housing Authority properties along Washington Street that cause a lot of issues due to their unruly teens and children roaming the neighborhood streets. They are not the best of neighbors, considering our neighborhood is so filled with wonderful, property owning/renting residents that are very dedicated to Butcher's Hill association activities and proper upkeep of the streets and community.
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30 S Castle Street

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Studio $1,430
1 Bed $1,625
2 Beds $2,350

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