Camden Yards

Camden Yards

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About Camden Yards

Located just a few blocks from the historic Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Camden Yards has one pretty significant attraction within its borders: the Baltimore Orioles. The neighborhood itself is named for the Major League Baseball park of the same name, first constructed in the 1990s and heavily praised for being the first true "retro" park of its era. If you're a Midwest transplant and think that Camden Yards looks familiar, you're absolutely right - a number of other parks were modeled heavily on it, including Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio.

Quick Facts

Closed Prices: $155,000 to $449,000

Median Sale Price: $315,000

Association Fee Ranges: $0/mo, $0

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

Age: 1900 to 2012

Sq. Ft.: 1900 to 2012 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Getting Around Camden Yards

Around Camden Yards

As is true with the rest of the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards truly runs the gamut in terms of living options. Traditional condos and two- and three-story row homes are often within a few blocks from each other. Most people aren't picky about where exactly they live -- even if you're on the outskirts of Camden Yards, you're still close enough to walk to baseball games and can take the Camden Station light rail up into Baltimore County whenever you'd like.

As one would expect from such a major tourist destination, Camden Yards has a huge amount to offer all types of food lovers. If you just want to have a nice hamburger and a drink and watch a baseball game on TV, you'll love Pickles Pub, Dempsey's Brew Pub and Restaurant, and Frank & Nic's West End Grille. If you're looking for something a little more upscale, you can easily walk the short distance to the Inner Harbor and check out local fare at The Rusty Scupper.

The major sight that you should expect to see is sports fans of all types. Not only is Camden Yards very close to the MLB stadium of the same name, but the stadium where the Baltimore Ravens play is also just a short walk away. This means that the only time you can really escape sports fans as a resident is during that brief period of the year where baseball and football do not overlap with one another.

A Friday night in Camden Yards can be as fast-paced or as laid back as you want it to be, something that is perfect for many area residents. If you do happen to be a sports fan, Orioles tickets can be purchased fairly inexpensively, though the same cannot be said for Ravens tickets. There is also always something going on at the Baltimore Convention Center, which is also located just a few short blocks away. The Convention Center is home to the Baltimore Comic Con every year, an event that has massively grown in size over the last five years and now includes visits from many celebrities.

Because there's such a heavy emphasis on food all throughout the Baltimore area, a perfect Sunday in Camden Yards usually involves brunch at one of the local hotspots. Ryleigh's Oyster, Faidley Seafood, and SoBo Cafe are all terrific options that will certainly have you coming back for more.

Locals Love

  • Walking through the neighborhood and hearing the Orioles
  • Meeting new people
  • Having a drink at one of the many area bars

Locals Don't Love

  • Road closures
  • Heavy traffic
  • Expensive street parking

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