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
In 1726, William Fell, a Quaker, purchased land to build a storehouse in an area east of Baltimore. In 1763, this area became known as Fells Point. Recognized for it's excellent deep water port, Fells Point became a prominent east coast harbor and cornerstone of the east coast ship-building industry. The Fells Point Ship Yard was responsible for producing the first frigate of the Continental Navy, the Virginia, in 1775 and the Constellation in 1797. During the period from 1784 to 1821, over 800 ships were built in the Fells Points shipyards. The most famous of these Fells Point ships were the "Baltimore Clippers", well known for sinking many British ships.
Nearly demolished in 1967, to make way for a large interstate highway, Fells Point was saved by the acts of numerous preservationists. Fells Point maintains it's heritage and the character of a quaint and colorful waterfront community. Today's Fells Point is an area rich with shops, restaurants, pubs, hotels, and museums.
NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY ASSOCATION
Fell's Point Community Organization, 1712 Aliceanna St.
Phone - 410-276-5471
COST OF HOMES
Average Sale Price of a Fells Point Home in 2004 - $241,000
Lowest Sale Price of a Fells Point Home in 2004 (recorded in MLS) - $60,000
Highest Sale Price of a Fells Point Home in 2004 (recorded in MLS) - $979,000
. Less than ½ mile from Interstate 95, 83, and 895
. Water Taxi Service to Canton, Inner Harbor, Locust Point, and Federal Hill.
. Patterson Park
. Wolfe Street Park
Elementary School - General Wolfe Elementary School
Junior High School - Lombard Middle School
High School - Patterson High School
Direct Phone - 443 802-2728
Office - 410 814-2408
Email – email@example.com
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
Baltimore Maritime Museum, 802 S. Caroline St., 410-396-3453
The Black-Eyed Susan, Authentic Paddlewheeler, 901 S. Bond St., Suite 100, 410-342-6960
Fell's Point Corner Theatre, 251 S. Ann St., 410-276-7837
Fell's Point Ghost Tours, 410-522-7400
Fell's Point Maritime Museum, 1724 Thames St., 410-732-0278
Fell's Point Visitor Center, 808 S. Ann. St., 410-675-6750
Fell's Point Walking Tours, 812 S. Ann St., 410-675-6750
The Vagabond Players, 806 S. Broadway, 410-563-9135
Touchet Gallery 536 S. Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Robert Long House, 812 S. Ann St., 410-675-6750 - (oldest existing residence in Baltimore)
Water Taxi, 410-563-3901 or 800-658-8947