NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CONTEMPORARY WATERFRONT HOME W/ APPROXIMATELY 3,000 SQ. FT. OF LIVING SPACE!
3716 Middle River Ave.
Features 3 Bedrooms & 2.5 Baths
$739,900 - Details...
OVERVIEW / HISTORY
Federal Hill is a neighborhood located just Southwest of Baltimore’s Downtown /
Inner Harbor district. Like Fells Point, Federal Hill was an important center
for shipping goods in and out of Baltimore in the 1700’s and 1800’s. The hill
itself (Federal Hill Park) was an important observatory from the late 1700’s
through the early 1900’s, used to spot incoming vessels entering the Baltimore
harbor. During the War of 1812, and later the Civil War, Federal Hill served as
an important military outpost, protecting the citizens of Baltimore.
Nearly demolished in the 1960’s to make way for a highway, Federal Hill was
saved through the valiant work of many hard-working preservationists. In the
1970’s, Federal Hill began a resurgence as people began to rehab many of the
neighborhood’s unique homes. This trend has continued into the next century,
forcing home prices to soar as the area has gained in popularity. Today,
citizens of Federal Hill, enjoy walking in the neighborhoods parks, and
shopping in the popular Cross Street Market.
NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCATION
Federal Hill Neighborhood Association, 28 Henrietta Ave. 21230
Phone - 410-276-5471
COST OF HOMES
Average Sale Price of a Federal Hill Home in 2004 - $317,000
Lowest Sale Price of a Fells Point Home in 2004 (recorded in MLS) -
Highest Sale Price of a Fells Point Home in 2004 (recorded in MLS) -
. Less than 1 mile from Interstate 95, 83
. Water Taxi Service to Canton, Inner Harbor, Locust Point, and Federal Hill.
. Federal Hill Park – Key Highway & Light Street
. Riverside Park – Riverside Avenue
Elementary School - Federal Hill Elementary School
High School - Southern High School
Direct Phone - 443 802-2728
Office - 410 814-2408
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
RE/MAX PLATINUM CLUB 2007, 2008
RE/MAX CHAIRMANS CLUB 2009
RE/MAX HALL OF FAME
OVER $100,000,000.00 IN SALES
INTERESTING THINGS TO DO
Fells Point resident over 6 years
Over 6 million dollars in individual area sales in 2005
American Visionary Museum
Cross Street Market
Fort McHenry (Located in neighboring Locust Point)
Maryland Science Center
Oriole Park at Camden Yards