At Home in Anneslie
Part of what has been drawing people to Anneslie for the last 100 years or so is its incredible location. This neighborhood is just outside the city line, so one can partake in all the culture Baltimore City has to offer, while also enjoying County living.
Your neighbors within Anneslie consist of restaurateurs, small business owners, educators, cultural directors, and medical professionals, some of which are near life-long residents. You will find these community members at local picnics, movie & bowling nights, crab feasts, garden tours, ice cream shops & athletic fields. Also within walking distance are Stoneleigh Elementary, Dumbarton Middle, & Towson High, with reputations that have made Anneslie a top neighborhood choice.
Among the many beloved neighborhood shops, The Charmery added a new location just up the street in 2018 – offering ice cream good enough to spur people to make routine trips out of the city to get it. Another neighborhood staple that prompts long voyages to visit is Villagio Cafe, which offers authentic Persian cusine including “hot oven baked bread, saffron infused Basmati rice, hummus, and variety of kebabs.”
Another favorite nearby staple is Belvedere Square Market, located one mile to the south. It’s a bustling location with a pleasant atmosphere, local ingredients, family owned businesses, Tap Takeovers at Atwater’s, Friday Night Summer concerts — all adjacent to the famous Senator Theater. Two specialty vendors that stand out at Belvedere Square are Hex Ferments, a local kombucha and fermentation kitchen, and Jinji Chocolates, a raw chocolate shop with unparalleled expertise.
Towson Town Center, a couple miles to the north, offers luxury shopping, dinning, and financial institutions. Recently, it has experienced a surge in development, which is great news for your investment in the neighborhood. On the way there is Towson University and Goucher College, two excellent schools that enrich and enliven the surrounding area.
The neighborhood also boasts a variety of homes. Whether your prefer colonial or craftsman, bungalow or cape cod, traditional or contemporary, you can find your preferred style.
All these benefits and relatively large homes made for an average sold price of $463,300 in June 2019 – a 23 percent increase over last year. What’s more, homes were on the market for an average of just 5 days June 2019.* So if you see a home in Anneslie that you like, time is of the essence, especially considering that typically only a couple homes in the neighborhood are on the market at any given time.
If Anneslie sounds enticing, consider working with Diamond Dave Tomasko, a resident of the neighborhood himself. (The guerilla / realty offices are also just across the street.) Having sold several homes in the area, including the recent sale of 517 Walker Avenue in neighboring Lake Walker, Diamond Dave is a proven local Realtor.
As a guerilla / realty agent, David applies his experience, expertise, and familiarity with Baltimore neighborhoods like Anneslie to ensure his clients achieve their real estate dreams. His meticulous nature, good humor, tenacity and in depth understanding of properties will help you accomplish your goals. Prior to his real estate career, David honed his skills as a partner in contracting business for nearly a decade, and he can help you call Anneslie, one of Baltimore County’s most beloved neighborhoods, home.
*Source of Statistical Data: as reported by BrightMLS, the regional multiple listing service for Baltimore, Maryland