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About Riverside

Riverside is known as an up-and-coming neighborhood in Baltimore, which is ironic considering that it dates to the early 1900s. It's home to a mixture of young couples and professionals, nestled comfortably next to people who have lived in the area for decades. All this blends together to give Riverside its own unique flavor. It may not be the most popular or heavily trafficked neighborhood in town, but you can't deny that it offers a quaint sense of community that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere else.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $159,900 to $689,900

Closed Prices: $131,500 to $630,000

Median Sale Price: $334,500

Average $ per sq ft: $235

Association Fee Ranges: $145/quarter, $39/mo, $0

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

Age: 1820 to 2015

Sq. Ft.: 1820 to 2015 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Riverside

Around Riverside

A typical Friday night in Riverside that isn't spent at one of the area's many terrific restaurants will likely be spent at Leone Riverside Park. If you've got kids, they'll almost certainly be playing softball, football, or kickball with one of the area's many social leagues.

Thanks largely to the fact that Riverside is home to Leone Riverside Park, something you can expect to see most often in the area are people enjoying the great outdoors. Leone Riverside Park doesn't just feature baseball fields and basketball courts, it also has a playground for kids, a popular public pool, a pavilion space for parties. If your family happens to include a member of the four-legged variety, you'll also love the huge amounts of outdoors spaces that are perfect for walking your dogs.

When you're talking about an area with a unique blend of recent transplants and original residents, you should absolutely expect the culinary scene to be just as interesting. Riverside is home to a wide range of dining options for you to choose from depending on your needs, like Hersh's Pizza and Drinks, the perfect option for casual drinks and delicious pizza. You may also want to check out hot spots like Bar Liquorice or Wine Market (a wonderful option for wines and traditional American food).

As is customary with nearly every neighborhood in Baltimore, most of the living options take the form of two- or three-story row homes. What makes Riverside interesting is that because it's recently undergone a significant period of remodeling and revitalization, you'd have a difficult time pinning down any one style. If you were to drive down a street with ten row homes on either side of you, you might be looking at ten completely different styles - injecting a much-needed sense of variety in the area while still getting to enjoy exactly what it means to live in Baltimore City.

The great thing about Riverside is that you're located so close to just about anything you could want to do on a Sunday afternoon. If you're a Ravens' fan, you're looking at just a nine-minute drive (or 1.5 mile walk) up Key Highway to the stadium where Baltimore's football team plays. You're also located very near Fells Point, Canton, and other areas filled with quality restaurants and brunch options that are perfect for a relaxing Sunday (or to bring your family members to when they come into town for a visit).

Locals Love

  • Unique identity
  • Quaint, inviting living
  • Proximity to downtown Baltimore

Locals Don't Love

  • Street parking
  • Hot summers
  • Chilly winters along the water

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