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Homebuyers who want to settle in the country’s largest independent city won’t need to look any further than Baltimore, MD. The almost 300-year old city retains several historical structures amidst modern developments. While many neighborhoods feature lines of townhomes and apartment buildings, suburban areas also offer single-family homes with sprawling lawns and mature trees. Dubbed "the city of neighborhoods," the seaside town of Baltimore has a variety of dwellings to offer.

The nightlife and variety of restaurants in Canton used to be a magnet for young professionals, but has morphed into a more family-friendly area as those urbanites have married and stayed to raise children. Those looking for countryside living have been drawn to Cockeysville, an area comprised of farms and fields just 20 minutes outside of the city. Along the banks of the Patapsco River lies a variety of neighborhoods, from eclectic, 19th-century Ellicot City to the newly revamped Federal Hill. Harbor East has been designated as Baltimore’s Soho and features high-end boutiques and restaurants that showcase the city’s sophisticated side, while Mt. Vernon’s cobblestone streets and historic monuments will transport you back 150 years in time.

Beyond the wide variety of neighborhoods available to choose from, the city offers an abundance of entertainment, recreation and enjoyment for its nearly 3 million residents. Steeped in early American history, the town’s 289 historical places offer insights into the area’s past and significance. Sports fans will also be thrilled to find Oriole Park at Camden Yard and professional football, baseball and basketball teams. Baltimore is home to some of the best education in the world, with universities like Johns Hopkins, Towson and the University of Maryland-Baltimore. This commitment to excellence shows in the city’s employment sector, with a quarter of its jobs existing in the fields of engineering, math, science and technology. With the many options for lifestyle and entertainment available in this beautiful coastal town, it’s hard to believe that the average home cost is less than $100,000. With prices that affordable, it’s possible to find the perfect home and neighborhood for you at an attractive price.

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