Butchers Hill

Butchers Hill in Southeast Baltimore is an architecturally diverse rowhome neighborhood dating back to the 1850's. Larger homes on east-west streets, medium-sized homes on north-south streets and small homes on alley streets originally allowed the neighborhood to serve a range of incomes and professions. Many butchers lived above their shops, thus leading to the name, Butchers Hill. Residents enjoy quiet streets in proximity to the amenities of Patterson Park, a neighborhood K-8 school and a few restaurants, while being walking distance from the many establishments available in neighboring Fells Point and Canton.

At a Glance
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Home Types
Condominiums, Rowhomes
Own vs. Rent
51% Own / 49% Rent
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Getting Around

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Nearby Public Transit

  • BWI Airport....30 minutes
  • Charles Center….10 minutes
  • Penn Station….10 minutes
  • Bike and Scooter Share
  • Rideshare

What's Nearby

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Meet Your Neighbors

Would you ask a New Yorker about living in L.A? (We didn’t think so.) When it comes to Baltimore, Baltimoreans know best. Community organization members and Live Baltimore’s Neighborhood Ambassadors are involved in their communities and love to talk about neighborhood happenings. Connect with a community organization or one of our ambassadors for an insider’s view of this city neighborhood.

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