Bolton Hill

A distinguished and exclusive enclave renowned for its impressive

Welcome to Bolton Hill

A distinguished and exclusive enclave renowned for its impressive
Bolton Hill is a historic neighborhood located just west of downtown Baltimore. The area is known for its tree-lined streets, beautiful row houses, and grand Victorian architecture. Bolton Hill is also home to a vibrant arts community with many galleries and performance spaces. The real estate market in Bolton Hill is strong, with a variety of options to suit any taste or budget. Whether you're looking for a charming row house or a spacious single-family home, Bolton Hill has something to offer. 
The neighborhood has a strong sense of community, and residents are involved in various activities and events. The Bolton Hill Community Association sponsors recurring community events and festivals, and the Bolton Hill Garden Club maintains several community gardens. Bolton Hill is a great place to live for those who appreciate history, culture, and community.
One of the highlights of living in Bolton Hill is that there’s never a shortage of tasty places to grab a bite or a fresh cup of coffee. Featuring a charming outdoor seating area and a menu of seasonal farm-to-table cuisine, On the Hill Cafe is a quaint and charming eatery that takes great pride in the quality of its ingredients. For a more high-end dining experience, Tiled Row is known for its elegant atmosphere, refined surf & turf menu, and inventive cocktails.
Bolton Hill residents benefit from the area’s ample dining and retail amenities and are also fortunate to live in proximity to a variety of cultural and educational institutions. The Maryland Institute College of Art, for example, was founded in 1826, making it one of the oldest art schools in the nation. Additionally, the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum commemorates the legacy of Lillie May Carroll Jackson. She dedicated her life to the civil rights movement after her daughters were denied admission to the University of Maryland and the Maryland Institute College of Art. While serving as the president of the Baltimore Branch of the NAACP, Jackson played an integral role in increasing membership from less than 200 to more than 25,000 between 1935 and 1946. Founded by Jackson’s eldest daughter in 1978, the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum is the “first privately owned museum honoring an African American woman.” 
Bolton Hill is served by Baltimore City Public Schools. Higher education opportunities abound at the nearby University of Maryland.

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