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About Belair-Edison

Belair-Edison is a classic Baltimore neighborhood with a lot of history, rich architecture, and a strong residential core. Located just along Harford and Bel Air Roads, it's a predominantly residential neighborhood. One of the things that makes Belair-Edison so great is the sense of community--organizations like Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc. and the Belair-Edison Community Association are constantly working with local residents and business owners to make the neighborhood a warm and inviting place for everyone.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $70,000 to $215,000

Closed Prices: $12,600 to $335,000

Median Sale Price: $124,950

Average $ per sq ft: $118

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $70/mo, $0

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1914 to 1958

Sq. Ft.: 1914 to 1958 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 4 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Belair-Edison

Around Belair-Edison

In this large, almost exclusively residential neighborhood, expect to see your neighbors often. You may not realize just how close together rowhomes until you've lived in a neighborhood filled with them, so much of your time will be spent getting to know the people around you. Backyard barbecues and other social gatherings are very popular in Belair-Edison.

Though there are not any major restaurants within the neighborhood itself, the culinary scene of the surrounding areas still make Belair-Edison a worthwhile place to live. The offerings nearby include casual cafes, Chinese food, small plates restaurants. Within the neighborhood itself are some delis and carry-out restaurants.

The perfect Sunday in Belair-Edison is usually one spent outdoors; Belair-Edison actually has the most green space out of any Baltimore neighborhood. Whether you're looking for an opportunity to play a game of catch with your kids or just want to go for a nice walk, you have both Herring Run Park and Clifton Park nearby. Belair-Edison is also just a 15-minute drive from the Inner Harbor, and depending on the time of year you can watch what locals call the "Tall Ships" come into port, have a terrific meal and more.

Much like many of the other neighborhoods in the area, Belair-Edison consists primarily of rowhouses, many of which date back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. In fact, United States Census data shows that more than 1,600 of the dwellings in the area were built between 1920 and 1940. Many of them are two- or three-story homes with attractive brick facades, making them the perfect environment for those who want to get a taste of big-city living with enough space to stretch out.

An average Friday night in Belair-Edison is usually a quiet one, spent either on your porch or in your backyard surrounded by your neighbors. You can easily have a few drinks and unwind after a week at work before getting ready to do it all over again on Saturday.

Locals Love

  • Urban charm of row houses mixed with residential feel
  • The intimate, neighborly atmosphere
  • Close proximity to I-95

Locals Don't Love

  • Lack of restaurants
  • Developers that threaten to remove green spaces

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