Baltimore neighborhood spotlight: Arcadia
This quant Baltimore neighborhood is one of the premier communities in the Charm City. According to the city's website, the neighborhood of Arcadia is to the east of Herring Run Park, toward the northeastern corner of the city.
The tree-lined streets and adorable row, bungalow and craftsman homes are easily spotted from the road. The community is comprised of approximately 450 period homes built during the 1920s, and it is an established middle-class neighborhood that is ideal for families, according to the Arcadia Neighborhood Association.
Residents are proud of the quiet, residential feel of the neighborhood. It is located within short walking distance of the Herring Run Park, shops, pubs, bars, restaurants and other similar amenities.
According to Zip Data Maps, the average real estate asking price was $156,685 in July. However, the average real estate sales price was significantly lower than that, hovering at $114,641 over the same time period. There were 8,163 households in the Arcadia area in 2010.
Consider checking out the MLS listings in Baltimore for property in the residential neighborhood of Arcadia.