Established in 1869, Charles Village is a 100-square-block neighborhood located in the northern region of Baltimore. Home to a wide range of architectural styles, the community was one of Charm City's early 20th-century streetcar suburbs. Originally known as Peabody Heights, the neighborhood was renamed in the 1970s in honor of Charles Street, a major north-south artery that runs through the neighborhood. A Maryland and National Scenic Byway, the resplendent 12-mile-long street boasts a distinguished historic district. Charles Village is located between the Harwood and Remington neighborhoods.
Residents of Charles Village, Baltimore, apartment rentals live near the open spaces of Wyman Park Dell. This 16-acre urban recreation area has steep, verdant slopes and a large lawn that provides a tranquil backdrop for Al Fresco movies and live music. Apartments in Charles Village, Baltimore, MD, are also conveniently located near the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Maryland Zoo. The museum has a highly renowned collection of more than 9,000 pieces of 19th century, modern and contemporary art, including the largest single compilation of works by Henri Matisse. The third oldest zoological park in the country, the Maryland Zoo houses more than 1,500 animals from nearly 200 species in natural settings that replicate their indigenous habitats. Charles Village, Baltimore, is also home to a number of lavishly adorned Victorian-era homes known as "Painted Ladies."
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