Woodmere is a neighborhood within Baltimore, Maryland.
Despite the somewhat busy feel, there are a lot of green spaces to enjoy in Woodmere. Although this part of Baltimore is not home to any parks, green spaces are very well-distributed in nearby neighborhoods, which makes them easy to access. Lastly, this neighborhood has many areas that are very calm and quiet; however other spots can be noisy, especially closer to the railway line.
Many of the dwellings are townhouses, making it easy to find townhouses in Woodmere, while large apartment buildings and single detached homes make up most of the remaining housing stock. This neighborhood has quite a good choice of housing sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Home owners occupy roughly two thirds of the dwellings in Woodmere while the remainder are rented. Most of the housing growth in this part of Baltimore happened prior to the 1960s.
It is especially easy to access the closest grocery store on foot in Woodmere. In addition, this part of Baltimore is a fairly good place in which to eat out, for instance along Saint Charles Avenue. It is also a rather short walk to a decent choice of clothing stores. With respect to education, locals will appreciate that no matter where their home is situated in Woodmere, both primary and secondary schools are close by.
Woodmere provides home buyers with several alternative modes of transportation. The public transit network in Woodmere is good. In particular, the closest rapid transit station, including Rogers Station on the Metro SubwayLink, is ordinarily a short walk away from the majority of homes in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is served by a few bus lines, and bus stops are generally nearby. Most houses for sale in this part of the city are located in areas that are also very well-suited for walking; most daily errands can be run on foot, and various businesses are close by. Cycling is easy in Woodmere because this neighborhood is home to a fairly good bicycling infrastructure.