Butchers Hill is a uniquely inviting neighborhood in southeast Baltimore made up of architecturally diverse brick row houses which date back to as early as the 1850s. The neighborhood is bounded by Patterson Park Avenue to the east, Washington Street to the west, Fayette Street to the north, and Claremont to the south. When the neighborhood was originally designed, it was with the larger grand houses typically on the east-west streets, medium-sized houses built on the north-south streets, and small houses built on the alley streets. Those living in the neighborhood have endeavored to maintain the range of home sizes, and therefore, the economic diversity of the neighborhood. It is primarily a residential neighborhood, with one school, two restaurants, and one B&B, but no other open-to-the-public businesses. Located just blocks from Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, there is a mix of owner-occupied and rental properties. The Butchers Hill Association (www.butchershill.org) hosts many activities throughout the year designed to encourage pride in the neighborhood, as well as for fundraising purposes. Those efforts support the local elementary schools, and many of the neighborhood's local nonprofit partner organizations. Each year there are a house tour, two flea markets, an art night, multiple neighborhood clean up and community dumpsters, tree plantings, a teachers' breakfast, and many more events to foster the sense of community so many of the neighbors appreciate. Come visit Butchers Hill and find out why it is "Baltimore's Friendliest Neighborhood!"
The listing information featured on this site is courtesy of MRIS and is from various brokers who participate in IDX. The properties which appear for sale on this web site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available. The information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate and should be confirmed.
Updated: 7th November, 2018 3:45 PM.