The Birthplace of Babe Ruth:
an oasis in the heart of downtown Baltimore
We're a friendly, diverse neighborhood with housing prices that allow
enough left over to enjoy nearby dining, shopping and entertainment.
Baltimore Sun included Ridgely's Delight on its list
of The Best Niche Neighborhoods in Baltimore. Read the latest article about us in The Sun. Lovely 19th century
houses on quiet, tree-lined streets provide a reminder of our
long and rich history. Historic guidelines help us retain our charm. A large park in the neighborhood is the ideal spot to walk your dog
and meet your neighbors. The playground is a fun place for kids.
A full calendar of
social activities makes Ridgely's Delight a fun place
to live. The
parking permit program makes more parking space available to residents. Potential residents can choose from
many housing options. While we're in the heart of the city,
green living is a priority.
While we're a small neighborhood, Ridgely's Delight boasts critically acclaimed hospitality and cultural attractions.
Corner Bistro & Wine Bar has been selected by tripadvisor.com for the 2013 Certificate of Excellence Award. It's an honor for the top 10 percent of businesses in the hospitality industry throughout the world.
Rachael's Dowry Bed and Breakfast won a 2013 Traveler's Choice award as best B&B in Baltimore. The
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum features memorabilia from the life and times of the man named the greatest baseball player of all time by ESPN. The Wine'tastic Mile begins at Pratt Street and MLK Boulevard in Ridgely's Delight, offering visitors a variety of restaurants serving delicious food and wine pairings.
We invite you to visit Ridgely's Delight and learn more about all of
the advantages our neighborhood has to offer. You can also
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