Ashburton

Ashburton is a wealthy, predominantly African-American neighborhood in the Forest Park region of northwestern Baltimore City, Maryland. It is located near Liberty Heights Avenue and Hilton Street, and is characterized by a few large Victorian mansions interspersed among row houses.It has been home to many prominent African Americans, including former Baltimore mayors Catherine Pugh, Kurt L.

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Metro station
is a Metro SubwayLink station in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo: Onore Baka Sama, Public domain.

Park
is a 745-acre urban park in northwest Baltimore, Maryland. is situated 1½ miles east of Ashburton. Photo: Lester Spence from Baltimore, USA, CC BY 2.0.

Hospital
Sinai Hospital is an private hospital based in , , that was founded in 1866 as the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum. is situated 2 miles north of Ashburton.

Railway station
is a Baltimore Light Rail station in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. is situated 1½ miles east of Ashburton. Photo: Payton Chung, CC BY 2.0.

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Neighborhood
is a neighborhood in the Northwest district of , located between the neighborhoods of and .

Neighborhood
is a neighborhood in the Northwest District of , located between the neighborhoods of and Burleigh–Leighton.

Neighborhood
is a neighborhood in the Northwest District of , located between the neighborhoods of Windsor Hills and . is situated 4200 feet southwest of Ashburton.

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