Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor

Baltimore, Maryland Homes for Sale

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About Inner Harbor

If you've ever wanted to live in an area that has all the hustle and bustle of Times Square with a fraction of the people, Baltimore's historic Inner Harbor is certainly for you. It is the major tourist attraction in Baltimore. It's home to not only entertainment venues like clubs, sporting events, and concert halls, but also features museums, a nearly constant stream of ships, shopping opportunities, and more. Regardless of what you're looking for, the chances are high that you're going to find it in the Inner Harbor.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $159,999 to $6,000,000

Closed Prices: $130,000 to $3,300,000

Median Sale Price: $310,000

Average $ per sq ft: $285

Association Fee Ranges: $4200, $0, $0 to $382/mo

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

Age: 1875 to 2018

Sq. Ft.: 1875 to 2018 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Inner Harbor

Around Inner Harbor

Most of the people who frequent the Inner Harbor area don't really live in the Inner Harbor. If you're looking for condos, you would do well to go a few blocks to the east to check out the appropriately named Harbor East. A few blocks to the north and you'll find a number of traditional condos, each featuring the same notable architecture that only a city as historic as Baltimore can offer. Inner Harbor is often a mixture of locals who choose to live as close to their jobs as possible and those who commute to the nearby University of Maryland campus.

Over the years, Baltimore has become famous for its culinary scene and, as one would expect, the Inner Harbor is certainly no exception. Nearly every type of cuisine is heavily represented, particularly the local seafood that Baltimore itself has become famous for. The Rusty Scupper is located on the southern side of the Inner Harbor and effortlessly blends local seafood fare with a rich waterfront space. Kona Grill offers sushi, cocktails, American fare, and more. Pratt Street Ale House and B&O American Brasserie are also popular destinations.

Because the Inner Harbor area is so heavily trafficked, you can expect to see tourists of all types at pretty much all times. Both the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens stadiums are located nearby, creating a nearly constant stream of sports fans during their respective seasons. The Baltimore Convention Center is also located in the harbor, which draws a massive number of people each year. That's not to say that there aren't quiet areas - Harbor East is within walking distance of the harbor and Little Italy beyond it offers a respite from the bevy of activity that usually abounds.

A Friday night in the Inner Harbor can be literally anything you want it to be, which is one of the major reasons why people love the area so much. If you want to watch a game at a local sports bar, there is no shortage for you to choose from to meet your needs. If you want to take in a movie, you have a traditional option in Harbor East as well as the IMAX theater at the Maryland Science Center - one of the few in the country still showing movies on 70mm film. You can also take in a concert at nearby Power Plant Live. The choice is yours.

A perfect Sunday in the Inner Harbor usually involves sightseeing - after a brunch at nearby hotspot Miss Shirley's, that is. But be sure to get there early. As soon after the doors open the wait will extend to an hour or more throughout the entire afternoon. You could also just walk around the harbor, enjoy the weather, and watch the ships come in.

Locals Love

  • Walkability
  • Variety of Restaurants
  • Mixture of Bustle & Calm

Locals Don't Love

  • Winter Parking
  • Traffic
  • Prices for Street Parking

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