334 W 30th St, Baltimore, MD 21211, USA
$925 Per Month
Large, One Bedroom apartment, available 7/1/18. Remington is Baltimore’s fastest growing neighborhood, featuring the R. House, Parts & Labor, Remington Row and lots of other niche, great dining and shopping. These apartments face the Wyman Park and sit on a dead end street. One of the quietest blocks, by far, in Baltimore City. Recreational Park across the street.
Moving inside, this apartment was completely renovated. The owner did choose to keep the original hardwood floors after a good refinishing, adding a little touch of antiqued charm. Enjoy a spacious layout. The bedroom is a both a great size and offers closet space. Kitchens are current and modern, with white cabinets and some areas for open shelving. Full size fridge, matching white dishwasher, stove and built in microwave. White tile backsplash will allow you easy cleanup after cooking a large dinner. any The apartment runs the full depth of the building, so there are plenty of windows and lots of natural light. Bathroom is full size and features a tub for relaxing baths.
It has been a mild winter so we are in for a HOT summer – stay cool at home, as these apartments do feature central air conditioning. Laundry facilities are two doors down and the apartment is prewired for ComCast and phone lines. No extra charges for establishing your wifi from the provider. I-83 is a two minute car ride away, and Penn Station can be reached via car within 10 minutes.
JHU security is centralized on the next block – cars patrol the area. Enclosed bike rack in side laundry room. Local, experience management only a text away when you have a problem.
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