Cherry Hill Baltimore, MD is partially isolated from the other nearby Baltimore neighborhoods. The only roads leading in or out of this neighborhood are Cherry Hill Road, Hanover Street, Potee Street, and Waterford Avenue. Because of this, Cherry Hill Baltimore experiences a laidback vibe and lower than average rent prices. Cherry Hill is located 40 minutes from Washington, D.C. by car; however, The Hill has its own charms, for example, it is located near the inner harbor of the Chesapeake Bay where millions of tourists visit each year.
Most apartments in Cherry Hill Baltimore rent around $700-$750 for a one bedroom. The price of rent rises as you add on more space, bedrooms, and amenities. Another perk that Cherry Hill Baltimore apartments enjoy is close proximity to the MTA light rail station.
If you are willing to forgo the Chesapeake seafood for a taste of Italy, then Maggiano's, conveniently located in "Little Italy", is the place to try. Their menu includes the classic Italian dishes and a little bit of Mediterranean cuisine. Of course, seafood lovers can always count on fresh Maryland crab down by the Harbor. As for entertainment, Starters Bar is a good place to begin the evening's festivities before heading to the Baltimore Arena for the event of the night.
For the health of your pet, the Cherry Hill Dog and Cat hospital is located close by on Elk Mills Road. They care for your pet from birth to the last farewell with compassionate staff that is there for you when you need them. If your pooch or kitty just needs a little "me" time, then don't hesitate to check out Tails of the City or Rover.com for your canine pal or the Lucky Three dog and cat groomers for that slinky feline of yours.
Transportation in and out of Cherry Hill is best traveled by personal vehicle or one of the many city buses. In addition, the Inner Harbor provides water taxis and the MTA light rail station is as close as it could be, within walking distance. For mild evenings, a lovely bicycle ride may be just the thing to relax the most stressed out commuter.
It would be difficult to determine which school in Cherry Hill Baltimore would be the best in terms of your child's education because each child is unique. It is clear that Baltimore Public schools have very stringent standards for all their schools and when one falls behind, it becomes a priority for the Maryland Board of Education. In addition, there are supplemental programs to help Baltimore students achieve the highest level of education.