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About Remington

If you had to make a list of some of the most interesting places to live in all of Baltimore, Remington would undoubtedly be right near the top. In fact, a huge portion of the neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2017. Not only due to the fascinating architecture (much of which dates to the 1930s or before), but also for the important role it has played over the years in Baltimore's growth. Remington is just south of other very popular neighborhoods such as Hampden and Wyman Park and is located very close to world-renowned Johns Hopkins University.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $159,900 to $450,000

Closed Prices: $64,000 to $378,000

Median Sale Price: $240,000

Average $ per sq ft: $180

Association Fee Ranges: $0

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

Age: 1900 to 1925

Sq. Ft.: 1900 to 1925 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 4 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms

Getting Around Remington

Around Remington

One of the great things about Remington is that because of its strategic location, you never know what you'll see. During the school year, you'll probably see many Johns Hopkins University students out and about, heading to and from class or hanging out. In the summer, the trendy art scene just a few blocks north in Hampden is worth checking out. If you travel just a few short miles to the south you'll be at Inner Harbor, home to entertainment venues, terrific restaurants and so much more.

A Friday night in Remington can be just about anything you want it to be. You could stay home in the comforts of a quiet neighborhood or venture a few blocks in any direction and enjoy a bevy of activity. This is one of the most fascinating things about Baltimore in general - the neighborhoods are so close together, but they very rarely bleed into one another. If you want to hit a bar filled with college kids you can certainly do so, but you don't have to worry about those college kids spilling over onto your street and disrupting a quiet evening, either.

Because Remington is so close to Hampden, the perfect Sunday usually involves trying as hard as you can to get a table for brunch at Miss Shirley's to the north. You could also always order takeout, come back to your home and enjoy your delicious food on your porch in peace. After your meal, get out there and explore. There's plenty to see.

Most of the people in Remington live in the pocket neighborhood that has become known as Upper Remington, located just north of 29th Street. As is customary with most of the other neighborhoods in Baltimore, Upper Remington is filled with marble row homes that often feature decorative marble or stained glass. Upper Remington is also situated very close to Johns Hopkins University and Wyman Park.

As is true with just about every other area in Baltimore, the culinary scene is as varied as it is delicious. Upper Remington, for example, is home to restaurants-turned-landmarks like Charm City Cakes and The Dizz. There's Bar Clavel, a cocktail bar famous for its Latin American dishes, as well as R. House, the perfect place to get a quick bite to eat, a cup of coffee, or to take advantage of those terrific happy hour drink specials.

Locals Love

  • Quality school district
  • Proximity to other bustling neighborhoods
  • Beautiful architecture

Locals Don't Love

  • Proposed 25th Street Station that never gets built
  • Major retailers closing local shops
  • Lack of parking

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