Fells Point

Fells Point

Baltimore, Maryland Homes for Sale

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About Fells Point

Fells Point has been a neighborhood for longer than Baltimore has been in existence, as it got its start in 1730. This historic area has grown into one of the trendiest places in the city and boasts waterfront views, popular bars and restaurants, locally owned shops, a strong arts focus, and modern condos sitting alongside classic Baltimore row houses. The neighborhood's nautical history is reflected in the architecture and culture of the area. It's also conveniently located one mile away from Inner Harbor and Downtown Baltimore.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $135,000 to $1,199,330

Closed Prices: $80,000 to $1,500,000

Median Sale Price: $289,126

Average $ per sq ft: $236

Association Fee Ranges: $285/quarter, $0 to $300, $0 to $200/mo, $0

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

Age: 1810 to 2020

Sq. Ft.: 1810 to 2020 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 5 Bathrooms

Getting Around Fells Point

Around Fells Point

The long stretch of waterfront in Fells Point is the best place to live if you want to be right in the middle of the clubs, bars, and shops that attract people from all over Baltimore. Historic facades on the outside of the buildings hide the neighborhood's selection of condos and lofts. The famous Baltimore row-house style is prevalent in this neighborhood.

Fells Point is known for its many pubs, from dive bars to upscale lounges. While the restaurant scene includes a wide variety of options including tapas, sushi, and Greek food, the main focus here is on seafood. Specifically, Maryland blue crabs covered in a thick coat of Old Bay Seasoning. A long-running farmers market also offers food stalls with many local favorites from May through November.

Those looking for a night on the town are the most common sight in Fells Point, especially around the clubs, along with people from the surrounding neighborhoods. Fells Point is the go-to place for Baltimore locals who don't want to deal with all the tourists in Inner Harbor. Local musicians set up along the waterfront or perform in the pubs, creating a soundtrack for the neighborhood.

Head to Thames Street for a walk along the waterfront, taking in the lively crowds that are filtering from the restaurants to the pubs and clubs. The night starts out right with seafood fresh from the bay, whether you choose one of the fine seafood dining experiences or opt for a casual restaurant. Pick up dessert at one of the ice cream shops lining the main street before picking the live music act that you prefer for the evening. Everything from jazz to hip hop is available. The Fells Point Privateer Festival speaks to this area's seaport roots--plus everyone gets to dress up like pirates.

Brunch is taken very seriously in Baltimore and Fells Point is happy to indulge. Cafes, pubs, and diners provide delicious brunch options and a variety of before-noon drinks. The classic mimosa is joined by many creative concoctions by the area's talented bartenders. After that, walk to the unique gift shops and trendy boutiques. Lunch at the park gives you the chance to enjoy the sea breeze and watch the boats passing by.

Locals Love

  • Access to Highways and Inner Harbor
  • Access to Transportation
  • Historic Buildings
  • Variety of Bars, Clubs and Shops
  • Walkability
  • Water Taxis
  • Waterfront Views

Locals Don't Love

  • Known As a Party Spot
  • Loud Late-Night Crowds
  • Parking

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