what is the best place for an art student to rent an affordable home in Baltimore city?

Asked by Tastefullyterrell, Dunkirk, MD Thu Jan 23, 2014

i very much like the city but i am mostly moving here for the music and art scene. i'm a high school senior and plan to go to community college in Baltimore then transfer to an art school also in Baltimore.

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Holly Mahan, Both Buyer And Seller, Towson, MD
Fri Jan 24, 2014
Mt Royal, Charles Village area is a good place and you can walk to the local restaurants, museums an schools
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omer, , Baltimore, MD
Fri Jan 24, 2014
staition north aka charles village... http://www.landbanklofts.com 410-243-1085 Omer :)
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Sharon, Agent,
Fri Jan 24, 2014
Mt Vernon seems to be the HOT SPOT for both, check it out on various websites and see if the prices are affordable enough for you...... Good Luck......
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Tracy Santoro, Home Buyer, Baltimore, MD
Thu Jan 23, 2014
I'm not sure what you consider affordable, but I've always thought this place sounded cool http://www.livecityarts.com/. I'm not sure how much sutton place is either. Its close to downtown. There's always hampden too, but you'd have to drive more since there isn't great light rail access.
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Marlene Pais…, Agent, Linthicun Heights, MD
Thu Jan 23, 2014
Hey Tastefullyterrell!!

Check out Reservoir Hill and the surrounding area near MICA. Average rentals run bet. $800 and $1,600+ for 1-3 bedrooms. What are you looking for and how soon do you need to move? Please advise. I'd be happy to help.

All Smiles,
Marlene Rogers, Broker/Owner JEMS Realty LLC

visit me on the web at http://www.salemyhousenow.com You can see both rental listings and sale listings here.
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Reservoir Hill seems promising! I'm actually not planning to move until 2015.
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