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Virtual Walk of Butchers Hill

Here are some images of our neighborhood.  Interested in learning more?  Come visit us!

Photos 1 and 2 look up Lombard Street. Most of our streets our treelined and many of the homes along the big east/west streets are 20-25 feet wide and are two or three stories tall.

These images (Photos 3-5) are of the "Gunther Mansion" which has been converted to condominiums. Mr. Gunther owned one of Baltimore's most successful breweries. On the far right is the carriage house for the mansion which has been converted to a residence.

Our "pocket park" on Duncan Street (Photos 6-8) is one the favorite neighborhood hangouts. You can often find picnics, chess games, a book club meeting going on there. It wonderful plantings are tended to by Butchers Hill neighbors. The plot was once the site of seven row homes.

At the Southwest boundry of Butchers Hill (Photos 9-11) is "The Wall" - a beautiful mural which was part of the City Arts Council program. It was completed in 1994 by Mary Carfagno, a local artist. Next to it is a peek of the garden behind it, guarded by Fang the Fu Dog. The far right shot is of two lovely young residents of the neighborhood in front of the wall along with the real Jack and the painted Jack.

    

Finally, it's the PEOPLE that make Butchers Hill the best place to live in Baltimore!


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