I asked you to tell me about hidden-gem neighborhoods in the Baltimore metro area, nice places off the popular radar where homes typically cost less than $250,000. You've collectively nominated 44 -- all but a handful in the city -- that you think fit the bill.
Here's the nomination list as it stands now. Is a worthy neighborhood missing? (Or did I somehow miss your nomination?) Add it in the comments. (We still have no nods for Harford County places.)
I'll soon be going through the list myself, so -- last call.
In Baltimore City:
Coppin Heights/Greater Rosemont
Historic Union Square
Upper Fells Point
Villages of Homeland
In Anne Arundel County:
In Baltimore County:
In Carroll County:
In Harford County:
no neighborhoods nominated
In Howard County:
The Village of Long Reach
This list doesn't include the nomination for Silo Point because it's a condo tower, not a neighborhood, and isn't under-$250. Plus, I don't think it's particularly hidden. (Nice try, though, Baller.) Also not included is a nomination for a neighborhood in Cambridge on the Eastern Shore, which isn't in the Baltimore area.
Some of the neighborhoods above might not meet all the guidelines, but I'll be looking into that soon enough.