Washington Hill

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About Washington Hill

The Washington Hill neighborhood of Southeast Baltimore dates back to the mid-1800s. The area served seamen from the booming shipping industry and some of the boarding houses that sprang up to house them are still around today. The area has more than 200 cooperative owner-occupied homes that were largely the handiwork of the Citizens for Washington Hill established during the 1950s.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $119,000 to $579,000

Closed Prices: $92,500 to $600,000

Median Sale Price: $285,000

Average $ per sq ft: $186

Association Fee Ranges: $30 to $300, $0 to $95/mo, $150 to $600/quarter, $0

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

Age: 1860 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 1860 to 2021 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 5 Bathrooms

Getting Around Washington Hill

Around Washington Hill

Walk to Fells Point, which is filled with bars and nightlife options. Or head to Little Italy for dinner or to watch bocce ball or street hockey matches. And, of course, during baseball season, Camden Yards baseball stadium at the Inner Harbor is the place for Orioles fans.

A perfect Sunday in Washington Hills includes a jog, run, or stroll through City Springs Park or the Betty Hyatt Community Park. In good weather, stroll around the neighborhood to gaze at those wonderful 19th century houses and the Victorian architecture.

The neighborhood mostly consists of detached single-family brick rowhomes, most of them dating back before 1900. The neighborhood's architecture is varied, and some homes here have interesting details like mansard roofs, decorative wrought iron, and glass transom windows. There are also some luxury condominiums buildings in Washington Hill.

Dining options are limited to a few casual places within the neighborhood. But Little Italy and Fells Point, where dining options include Italian and Sicilian fine dining and casual waterfront seafood spots, are nearby neighbors. Easy access to public transportation in Washington Hill makes it easy to venture out for food.

The neighborhood is brimming with cultural and economic diversity, making it a vibrant community. While you'll see a lot of old homes in various states of repair, expect to see new luxury condominium and apartment complexes popping up around the neighborhood.

Locals Love

  • Watching Inner Harbor fireworks from home
  • Ten-minute commute to downtown Baltimore
  • Close to Johns Hopkins University

Locals Don't Love

  • Limited parking
  • Lack of restaurants and shopping

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