Knollwood-Donnybrook

One of Towson’s central Neighborhoods, Knollwood-Donnybrook, is located just a short walk from Downtown Towson. And while you are close to the center of Towson the rolling hills upon which the homes for sale in Knollwood-Donnybrook are situated make you feel as if you miles away from hustle bustle of Towson’s main street. Mature trees


Homes for Sale in Wiltondale

One of the many neighborhoods that make up greater Towson, Maryland is Wiltondale. Before becoming the neighborhood it is today, Wiltondale was part of a horse farm and racing track and gets its name from a thoroughbred trotting horse that was stabled on the land where this community now sits.  A community of roughly 350 homes, homes


Homes for Sale in West Towson

Without seeming patronizing, West Towson, lies just “WEST” and within walking distance of downtown Towson.  A collection of roughly 800 homes, homes for sale in West Towson maintains the similar characteristics of other Towson neighborhoods – walkeable tree lined streets with homes of vary styles and sizes.  In addition to being close to downtown Towson,


Homes for Sale in Washington Village

Homes for sale in Washington Village are located in the southwest quadrant of Baltimore City.  Within walking distance of the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium, The University of Maryland Medical Center, the Mount Clare Mansion and the historic B&O Railroad Museum, Washington Village is a mix of newly constructed and renovated historical rowhomes. Washington


Homes for Sale in Towson

Settled in 1752 when two Pennsylvania brothers, William and Thomas Towson, began farming northeast of present-day York and Joppa Roads, Towson is the County Seat of Baltimore County. Located just inside the Baltimore Beltway and home to Towson University, Towson is a popular suburb just north of the Baltimore City line. Major neighborhoods in Towson


Homes for Sale in Stoneleigh

The name Stoneleigh is certainly appropriate for this Towson neighborhood of individually styled and beautifully constructed homes, many of which feature stucco and stone masonry as primary building materials.  Calling the streets “tree-lined” doesn’t do justice to what the planners of this stately neighborhood had in mind, as many of the streets in the community


Homes for Sale in Southland Hills

Conveniently located to downtown Towson and situated right next to West Towson, Southland Hills, is one of Towson’s many neighborhoods that offer a variety of charming real estate options in what feels like a secluded oasis. On what was once land owned by  Doctor Grafton Bosley (His home is now part of the Presbyterian Home


Homes for Sale in Ruxton

Ruxton was once the location of the country estates of Baltimore’s wealthy landed gentry. Though the area became suburbanized during the course of the twentieth century, Ruxton is still considered one of the premier neighborhoods in the Baltimore area, along with Roland Park, Homeland, Guilford and the Falls Road corridor. Many of the original estates


Homes for Sale in Roland Park

Developed between 1890 and 1920 as an upper-class street car suburb, Roland Park was named after the early Baltimore county landowner, Roland Thornberry. Roland park has the dubious distinctions of being widely regarded as the first planned suburban community in North America and having the first strip shopping center in the country – The Roland


Homes for Sale in Rodger’s Forge

While Baltimore City is known for its storied rowhomes with their marble steps and painted screens, the Towson neighborhood of Rodger’s Forge in Baltimore County offers a different type of living.  With sizable lots and a historical designation, these are not your ordinary rowhomes (technically, they are called Townhomes in the County and not EVERY


Homes for Sale in Ridgely’s Delight

If you aren’t careful you will miss this “delightful” neighborhood. Located just west of Downtown Baltimore, and in sight of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Ravens Stadium, this neighborhood is the birthplace of Babe Ruth and home to the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. Ridgely’s Delight is a friendly, historic, and diverse neighborhood of tree-lined


Homes for Sale in Remington

Named after William Remington, an early landowner, Remington is an original Baltimore streetcar suburb and is best known as a quirky, relaxed community of old timers, artists, musicians, professionals and students. Homes for sale in Remington are in the midst of a major resurgence, as new residents are flocking to the neighborhood and new businesses are


Homes for sale in Pikesville

Located just west of Towson, Pikesville is a Baltimore County Suburb that spans both sides of the Baltimore Beltway. Believe it or not, Pikesville actually gets its names from the American soldier and explorer Zebulon Pike, who among other things discovered Pikes Peak. Considered the center of the Baltimore area’s Jewish community, many of the


Homes for Sale in Patterson Park

Patterson Park is a historic Baltimore neighborhood (as of 2002) nestled between Canton, Butchers Hill, Highlandtown, and Fell’s Point (Upper Fells Point to be exact).  Patterson Park and its surrounding neighborhoods have been the hub of southeast Baltimore since the mid-nineteenth century. Boasting attractive, solid housing stock and a lush 155-acre city park, the area


Homes for sale in Parkville

Homes for sale in Parkville are located inside the Baltimore Beltway (I695) and is a Baltimore County neighborhood that was founded when a prominent Baltimore surveyor, Simon Jonas Martenet purchased “35 acres and two rods of land, more or less” at a trustee’s sale in 1874. Named for a plot of land which Martenet donated


Homes for Sale in Otterbein

What began in the mid-1800’s as a neighborhood to those working in the shipping trades, Otterbein is a neighborhood that almost never was.  Surviving the great fire of 1904, a gradual decline in the 1950’s and 1960’s, then being taken over by the government for the future site of interstate 95, Otterbein is now one


Homes for Sale in Mount Washington

Not unlike many other Northern Baltimore City neighborhoods, Mount Washington’s origins were based on a desire for inner city residents to escape the oppressive heat of the city. As one of the first “street-car suburbs” of Baltimore, Mount Washington quickly grew into a year round community. Comprised of roughly 1600 residences, Mt. Washington’s varied housing types,


Homes for Sale in Mount Vernon

Homes for sale in Mount Vernon are located just 10 blocks north of downtown Baltimore and came into existence when John Eager Howard and his heirs donated the highest point in Baltimore to become the site for the first memorial to George Washington.  This memorial, 178 foot marble pillar, located in Mount Vernon Square, is


Homes for Sale in Lutherville-Timonium

Located just north of Towson and the Baltimore Beltway, Lutherville-Timonium is one of Baltimore County’s most desirable neighborhoods. Originally part of the vast Hampton Estate of Charles Ridgely, from whom it was purchased in 1851, homes for sale in Lutherville-Timonium span both sides of the York Road corridor. Note: Depending upon how long you have


Homes for Sale in Locust Point

Despite what one might think, Locust Point does NOT get its name from the cicadas that emerge from the ground en masse every 17 years.  Rather, this South Baltimore neighborhood got its current name in 1846 for the locust trees growing on the peninsula.   Formally known as Whetstone Point, when the Maryland Colonial Assembly established


Homes for Sale in Loch Raven Village

Homes for sale in Loch Raven Village are a collection of 1,472 Georgian Style Townhomes in Baltimore County.   The Village was established in 1946, when an astute developer bought land on either side of Loch Raven Boulevard from a local farmer in response to increased demand for housing with the end of WWII.  Self-branded


Homes for Sale in Little Italy

Do you really love Italian food and culture?  Does the smell of tomato sauce, basil, and garlic take you back to your grandmother’s kitchen as she prepared the weekly Sunday dinners (or at least wish she did)?  Well, then Little Italy is the place for you. Founded in 1849 to serve Baltimore’s growing Italian population,


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Homes for Sale in Homeland

Established in 1924, Historic Homeland was created on the land of the Perine estate, called “Homeland”.   Located in the northern part of Baltimore City, there are 978 homes for sale in Homeland that represent a unique mix of Georgian, Norman, Tudor, French Country, Colonial, and Early American architecture set amongst six decorative lakes and mature


Homes for Sale in Harbor East

Like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, homes for sale in Harbor East are nestled between the Inner Harbor and Fell’s Point. Born from what was once decaying warehouses on prime waterfront real state, Harbor East, as stated on their website, is to redefine “urban life, expanding the city experience and recapturing the time when


Homes for Sale in Hampden

Iconic Baltimore, Hampden is a place like no other.  The residents are a mix of bohemian artist (check out glass artist Wholly Terra), old school blue collar, entrepreneurial one-of-a-kind shop owners (think shoes and chocolate, all in one place), great restaurants, coffee (Spro Hampden offers a variety of coffees in 8 different brew methods, including


Homes for Sale in Guilford

The 210 acres of land that are now Guilford were purchased in 1872 by Arunah S. Abell, founder of The Baltimore Sun.  It remained in the Abell family for 35 years, until 1907, when it was sold to the Guilford Park Company who sought to develop this parcel of land as one community rather than


Homes for Sale in Fell’s Point

Whether you’re looking for a tattoo, a great run along the waterfront, a good hoppy ale, some live music, or a great vantage point for the Baltimore skyline, Fell’s Point is a destination neighborhood for all of these, and more, including a quaint farm to table market, known as Fleet Street Market. Founded in 1730


Homes for Sale in Federal Hill

Someone coined the term “historically hip” to describe this enclave of centrally located historic homes and stylish shops, and it has stuck.  Fittingly so.  The maritime area is home to what used to be called “Signal Hill,” now Federal Hill, for its importance as a sighting location for ships entering the harbor in Baltimore.  Now


Homes for Sale in Ellicott City

As the County seat of Howard County, Ellicott City really does exemplify the coexistence of the old world with the new. Located in the heart of the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area Ellicott City was founded by the owners of grist and flour mills, John, Joseph, and Andrew Ellicott in 1772.  Once farmland, this historic mill town


Homes for Sale In Columbia

Looking for a “small town” feel in a major metropolitan area?  Then search no further than Columbia, MD.  Located in Howard County, Columbia is the product of developer James W. Rouse who wanted to build a community around a “village concept” to promote interaction amon g residents.  Homes for sale in Columbia span across 10


Homes for Sale in Charles Village

Once considered to be rural suburbs because much of the homes had small plo ts of grass in their front yards, Charles Village is now a bustling neighborhood within Baltimore City.  Formerly known as Peabody Heights, Charles Village’s strong local business climate, abundance of well-known cultural and educational resources, and wide variety of housing options


Homes for Sale in Charles Village

Once considered to be rural suburbs because much of the homes had small plo s of grass in their front yards, Charles Village is now a bustling neighborhood within Baltimore City.  Formerly known as Peabody Heights, Charles Village’s strong local business climate, abundance of well-known cultural and educational resources, and wide variety of housing options


Homes for Sale in Cedarcroft

Homes for sale in Cedarcroft are just over the Baltimore County Line (Less than 1/2mile South of Towson). A distinctive historic (listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003) residential neighborhood of about 125 homes located in Northern Baltimore City, Cedarcroft had its beginnings when The Cedarcroft Land Company built about 30 homes


Homes for Sale in Catonsville

Homes for sale in Catonsville are located on the Southwest side of Baltimore County.  Catonsville was originally a vacation home destination of Baltimore City’s wealthy residents who wanted to escape the heat and humidity.  Today, Catonsville is an amalgam of diverse historic buildings, residential charm, commercial & industrial areas, educational institutions, and natural beauty. Catonsville’s


Homes for Sale in Canton

Want walkable?  You have found your home in Canton.  Beat feet to restaurants, wine bars, coffee shops, grocery stores and downtown businesses – and minutes from highway arteries to D.C. – Canton is a hub neighborhood for those who want to be in the center of it all. What began as a merchant and industrial


Homes for Sale in Butcher’s Hill

Homes for sale in Butcher’s Hill are located in East Baltimore, just north of Fell’s Point/Upper Fell’s Point and at the northwest end of Patterson Park.  Founded in the mid-1800s Butcher’s Hill derives its name from the butchers and poultry preparers who lived there.  And while this neighborhood is highly popular with the Johns Hopkins


Homes for Sale in Brewer’s Hill

Although the Brewery that made Baltimore’s iconic National Bohemian (“Natty Boh) and introduced the nation’s to the first six-pack in the 1940s is long gone, Brewer’s Hill remains.  Located just across the street from Canton, five blocks from historic Canton Square and only minutes from Fell’s Point,Butcher’s Hill, Patterson Park and the Inner Harbor, Brewers


Homes for Sale in Bolton Hill

Homes for sale in Bolton Hill are located directly northwest of downtown Baltimore. Bolton Hill is home to roughly 2,000 residents comprised of all age groups, races, religions, ethnic backgrounds and lifestyles, making it one of the most diverse and accepting neighborhoods in Baltimore.  It’s 19thcentury homes range from traditional row houses to elaborately decorated


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Homes for Sale in Armagh Village

Homes for Sale in Armagh Village are located just off Bellona Avenue in Towson, this small neighborhood of 65 single family homes has roots stretching back all the way to Ireland. In 1937, Edmund McGraw built the neighborhood and named its two streets Armagh Drive and Tyrone Drive, after the Irish counties where his parents


Homes for Sale in Anneslie

Homes for sale in Anneslie are situated just north of the Baltimore City line. Anneslie is one of the great neighborhoods to live in Towson.   With easy access to both downtown Baltimore and downtown Towson,  Anneslie is easy to call home.   Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, residents of Anneslie are drawn to


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