Homes for sale in Butcher’s Hill are located in East Baltimore, just north of Fell’s Point/Upper Fell’s Point and at the northwest end of Patterson Park. Founded in the mid-1800s Butcher’s Hill derives its name from the butchers and poultry preparers who lived there. And while this neighborhood is highly popular with the Johns Hopkins community because of its walkability to the medical campus, Butcher’s Hill attracts a range of ages, races/ethnicities, occupations, and interests from of singles, to students, to professionals and “empty-nesters,” who enjoy the character and diversity of Baltimore’s city life.
As a primarily residential neighborhood, Butcher’s Hill is just minutes away from the bars and restaurants of its neighboring communities – Patterson Park, Canton, and Fell’s Point, and is just a car ride way from Inner Harbor. Although to be fair, Butcher’s Hill does have one local bar, Life Of Reilly, tucked out of sight on Fairmount Ave. With its shaded tree lined streets and close proximity to Patterson Park you will always see residents walking dogs or hanging out in front of their homes engaging in conversation with their neighbors.
One of Butcher’s Hill’s best kept secrets and favorite neighborhood hangouts is the “pocket park” located on Duncan Street. Once the site of seven row homes you now find residents and visitors having picnics, playing chess games, or having a book club meeting.
And if you are having guests or family come to visit, and your place is “too small” (wink, wink – nudge, nudge), then they can stay at one of Baltimore’s best’s bed and breakfasts,Blue Door on Baltimore.
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