- Current Prices:$79,900 to $225,000
- Closed Prices:$53,000 to $1,195,000
- Median Sale Price:$177,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$207
- Association Fee Ranges:$0/quarter,$350,$0,$0/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1842 to 2007
- Sq. Ft.:266 to 10,210Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 11Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 7Bathrooms
Homes for Sale
The community of Mt Vernon features an array of home designs and prices to match a variety of price points.
Where to Live
The choice of where to settle in Mt. Vernon depends on your cultural tasks. The middle of the neighborhood puts you close to museums, library and other attractions, while the northwest corner is excellent for medical professionals wanting easy access to Maryland General Hospital. The houses throughout the neighborhood might look centuries old outside, but inside they're often renovated into luxury units with modern amenities.
The Perfect Sunday
Start your day with brunch at a local café. If its September, stop by The Baltimore Book Festival. If not, one of the local used book stores or libraries do the trick. A visit to the park in west Mt. Vernon caps off your active adventure before a delicious dinner to cap the evening.
Friday Night Fun
Your Friday night starts out with you choosing between a symphony at the Peabody Conservatory or Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, taking in a theater show at CenterStage, or enjoying one of the many events at the Walters Art Museum. The creative people who live in Mt. Vernon are often out making art, playing music, and showing off their craft. Once you work up an appetite, have a fun food experience at one of the fine dining restaurants in the area. A creative cocktail from one of the local skilled mixologists rounds out the night.
What You'll See
Mt. Vernon attracts a wide mix of people, so you'll see everyone from young artists to families calling this neighborhood their home. It's walkable and dog-friendly, so there are lots of people out with their furry friends on nice days. Tourists also frequent this area to visit the Walters Art Museum, Peabody Library, or the many other cultural institutions surrounding the Washington Monument.
Where to Eat
Mt. Vernon has a diverse culinary scene that consistently attracts exciting chefs and concepts into the neighborhood. The Mt. Vernon Marketplace food hall consolidates much of this talent, featuring lovingly crafted dishes ranging from West African cuisine to the traditional Maryland crab cake. Local restaurants, cafes, pubs, and bars are full of varied offerings such as pizza, Thai, and other trendy selections.
Historic architecture and housing • Variety of cultural attractions • Variety of restaurants.
Locals Don't Love
Parking • Tourists • Traffic.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.