Originally part of the George Vickers estate, Garwyn Oaks homes were a summer retreat for Baltimore's elite. It's nestled among bountiful trees, open spaces, and wide well lit streets. The beauty of the area is in its tranquility, abundant greenery, and variety of housing stock (this does not mention the types of homes, such as Garwyn Oaks offers a variety homes to meet one's needs, from townhomes to colonials to cottages -a small town atmosphere in an urban setting. It is a short drive to Gwynns Falls Trails, Leakin, Hanlon and Druid Hill parks. Forest Park Golf Course and great shopping at Mondawmin Mall, featuring retailers like Target, Marshalls, Ross and Shoppers, small specialty stores, eateries and services. Convenient to major roadways, MARC train and BWI Airport.homeowners.
Hanlon sits next to beautiful Hanlon Park, with its walking trails, tennis courts, youth sports and playgrounds. Pick from a variety of housing styles, from lakeside mansions to smaller rowhouses. Hanlon is close to Mondawmin Mall, featuring retailers like Target, Marshalls, Ross and Shoppers, small specialty stores, eateries and services. Hanlon boasts its own family-owned deli, Grateful Deli
Howard Park, once part of Baltimore County until 1918, boasts urban-suburban living with the Forest Park Golf Course, Powder Mill and Hillsdale Parks, easy access to downtown and county, major shopping attractions, roadways and multiple modes of transportation. Howard Park's commercial district features small specialty shops and boutiques and a new ShopRite supermarket.
Edmondson Village is one of Baltimore’s better known neighborhoods, and for many good reasons. True to its name, it has a village feel with a variety of quaint attached brick homes and larger family homes sitting on well-manicured lawns. Bound by and partly nestled within Gwynns Fall/Leakin Park, residents have many old trees and deer …