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Roland Park, Maryland Real Estate

The neighborhoods of Baltimore offer a blend of luxury estates and charming homes. Guilford offers unique family homes from the 1920s and 1930s with plenty of living space ranging from $150,000 to $2 million for single-family homes.

Roland Park offers older, stately homes with columns, shutters and wrap around porches with tree-lined streets and ample yards. Average prices for homes in Roland Park currently hover I the low $470,000s. Homeland features nearly 1,000 aesthetically appealing homes with lush landscaping situated on quiet, winding streets with average prices running in the $554,000 range. Currently, the average price for a home in Guilford runs at approximately $540,000.

North central single-family homes range from $300,000 to $1 million. Townhomes and condominiums are offered from $250,000 to $500,000. Land property ranges from $350,000 to $1 million, varying widely depending on acreage and topography.
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Roland Park, Homeland & Guilford Baltimore Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Maryland

Home to approximately 20,000 residents, the neighborhoods of north central Baltimore offer a safe, suburban hideaway with the benefits of the nearby city. The neighborhoods feature improved educational and youth development programs and community revitalization, while corporate relocation is becoming increasingly popular, fostering economic development.

Roland Park presents plenty of residences with three small business districts. Set amongst the rolling landscape of the state's piedmont forest, Roland Park also offers the Baltimore Country Club with plenty of open space for residents. Parks act as boundaries for Roland Park, while the historic water tower serves as a central landmark to the neighborhood.

The planned suburban neighborhood of Homeland features nearly 1,000 homes and has been given the honor of being one of the top fifty urban neighborhoods by Worth Magazine. Situated in the northern part of Baltimore in one of the more elevated sections of the city, Homeland is roughly bounded by Melrose Avenue to the north, Homeland Avenue to the south, Charles Street to the west, and Bellona Avenue to the east. As you cross the boundaries into this neighborhood you will be immediately greeted by the lush landscaping and rich architecture that has defined the neighborhood for over 75 years. Homeland was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places on December 27, 2001.

Also located in the northern part of Baltimore is the historic neighborhood of Guilford. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001, Guildford is known for its charming homes, cottages and stately mansions, all which were meticulously and beautifully built. Elegant landscaping, tree-lined streets dotted with old-fashioned streetlights and serene community parks, such as the famed Sherwood Gardens, welcome residents. There are approximately 800 single-family homes in Guilford. Guilford residents are just a short commute to Baltimore's downtown district, Baltimore Museum of Art, Loyola College, the College of Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus, and many neighborhood restaurants, attractions and schools.

Baltimore features the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, the retro Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the National Aquarium, and the Peabody Institute that await residents looking for the lively metropolitan verve. Real estate options in these communities consist of estates, single-family homes, town homes, condominiums, historic homes, and land for custom building.

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