So many of us who have moved to Baltimore from other places count the remarkable quality and diversity of the city’s architecture among its greatest attributes. Options for city living range from the stately turn-of-the-century homes in North Baltimore or city mansions in neighborhoods like Mount Vernon and Bolton Hill, where grand Victorian era town homes are still in fashion, to the cozy and comfortable seaside row homes that line the cobblestone streets of Fells Point and Canton.
For those of you searching for something a little less conventional, we’ve got you covered. The remnants of Baltimore’s industrial past have become a veritable playground for the imaginations of local developers, whose creativity and vision have made good use of historic mills, warehouses, chapels, carriage houses, and even what was once the world’s fastest grain elevator. So many of these impressive structures have been re-imagined and transformed, providing Baltimore with an ample supply of remarkable alternative living spaces that simply don’t exist in cities that lack our history.
And if historic homes aren’t your thing, Baltimore is constantly sprouting new developments for those who seek contemporary living. All throughout the city one can find new houses, condos, apartments, and
co-ops. Places like Harbor East,Silo Point, and the Ritz-Carlton Residences at the Inner Harbor host a level of modern luxury and sophistication that suit the most discerning tastes.
All in all, Baltimore is city worthy of considerable exploration. You could spend decades here and still find yourself enchanted. So while on the hunt for a home, take a good look around before making a decision.