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 on land purchased by prominent developer Philip E. Lamb in 1885. His estate, which still stands today, is located at 6204 Sycamore Road.
Today the Cedarcroft Land Company is gone, but the Cedarcroft Maintenance Corporation and Cedarcroft Improvement Association have taken over the responsibility of maintaining architectural and community standards as well as sponsoring social activities including October block parties, Halloween parades, and Christmas decoration contests. And not unlike many of Baltimore’s other more established neighborhoods, homes for sale in Cedarcroft offer’s its residents diverse architectural styles including Dutch Colonial Revival, Federal Revival, Tudor Revival, Georgian Revival, Cape Cod Revival, Bungalow, and Italianate, all nestled among mature tree-lined streets.
While walking through Cedarcroft one may forget that they are in the city. However, Cedarcroft is conveniently located to much that Baltimore has to offer. Belvedere Square, just a hop skip and a jump away, is home to boutique retail shops, restaurants – Ryan’s Daughter, and Grand Cru, and a European-style fresh market. They even host an outdoor concert series every Friday Night from May to September. In the mood for Mexican or Chinese then you can pop in to Zen West and its sister restaurant Café Zen, right across the street from the Square. And who could forget two of Baltimore’s most enduring and comfortable watering holes – The Hollow (Or more affectionately known as the Swallow) and Jerry’s Belvedere.
Several retail centers less than ½ mile away offer ample options for residents to buy groceries – Giant, beer, wine and Spirits at Pinehurst Wine Shoppe and Wells Discount Liquors, ice cream at Uncle Wiggly’s, hardware at Ayd Hardware and even partake of Baltimore’s own spin on Bowling – duckpin bowling at the Stoneleigh Lanes. And Baltimore Inner Harbor and Business Center is just a 15-minute drive down the Jones Falls Expressway while Baltimore’s cultural district, Mount Vernon is less than 10.
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