Fell’s Point is a historic waterfront neighborhood in southeastern Baltimore. This waterfront neighborhood is a tourist destination with all the quaint shops, antique stores, restaurants, coffee bars, music stores, a municipal markethouse, and over 120 pubs. Fell’s Point has a maritime past and has the air of a seafaring town and can be reached by water taxis, highways, local streets and several transit bus lines. Since the 1970s, there has been a steady restoration and preservation of the historic homes and businesses. Fell’s Point is one of several areas in and around Baltimore that are listed on the National Register of Historic Districts. And in the 1990s, Fell’s Point had a little stardom as the central setting for the NBC police drama Homicide: Life on the Street, which was based on a book by David Simon, a Baltimore Sun reporter.

Tour The Neighborhood

Fells Point Square

Shopping / Dining

Residential 

In & Around The Neighborhood of Fells Point

2016 Info & Statistics

Maryland Historic DistrictYes
Baltimore City Historic DistrictYes
Total Residential Sales81
Highest Sale Price - All Residential$1,037,500
Lowest Sale Price - All Residential$95,394
Average Sale Price - All Residential$350,047
Total Condo Sales37
Highest Sale Price - Condo$675,000
Lowest Sale Price - Condo$134,000
Average Sale Price - Condo$374,146