When I think of Fells Point, I think of my 20s, when my friends and I would barhop, go to the Fells Point Festival, and enjoy day drinking with a view. That was a long time ago, but Fells Point is still a destination for fine restaurants, shopping and nightlife – the question is, what would it be like to live there? How’s the parking? Will I be kept up all night by noisy pedestrians?
261 South Ann Street is an ideal location in a shady block of Upper Fells Point. Parking is more abundant here than in other areas, with one side of the street providing slanted back-in parking – but with a walk score of 97 and good access to mass transit, you may not even need your car. New bike lanes throughout Baltimore give this neighborhood a bike score of 80.
Far enough from the party atmosphere of central Fells Point to be pretty quiet, but close enough to walk to bars, coffee shops and restaurants, it would be the perfect urban downsize for an empty-nester. With a prime location, it is also a very convenient commute for young professionals working in Fells Point, downtown or in Canton. Click to read full post and see gorgeous pics.
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