Owings Mills, MD is an unincorporated community northwest of Baltimore. It has a thriving atmosphere—one filled with history, businesses, beautiful housing and a unique vibe that’s all its own. It has that small-town and family-friendly feeling but still keeps you close to a major city. One thing that makes Owings Mills a bit rarer is the fact that it also has many amenities of its own. If you want to work, live, and play in your own beautiful neighborhood, then Owings Mills is an excellent choice for you.
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You'll find a nice mix of homes for sale in Owings Mills. You can find both new construction and older homes filled with charm. Buyers can choose from condos, townhomes and single-family residences. Neighborhoods vary as well, from condos in business-oriented areas to quiet family-friendly residential neighborhoods. The population in Owings Mill is diverse, and currently around 30,000 people. Browse the newest real estate listings in Owings Mills, MD.
Owings Mills is part of the Baltimore County Public School System. It is home to four elementary schools, Owings Mills Middle School, and New Town High School. One thing that makes Owings Mills stand out is its numerous private school choices. Top-rated schools like the Garrison Forest School, McDonogh School, the Bais Yaakov School for Girls, and the Torah School are only a few of the many choices.
Owings Mills is an economic hub. Buyers looking for short commutes will appreciate the number of headquarters located in here. Top employers include Black & Decker, T. Rowe Price, Maryland Public Television, CareFirst, and Lion Brothers. The training center for the Baltimore Ravens is also in Owings Mills. For those willing to do a slightly longer commute, you'll find several big employers in Baltimore and other nearby areas, like the Social Security Administration, Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, University System of Maryland, and MedStar Health.
There are many things to do in and around Owings Mills. Foundry Row offers plenty of dining and shopping while outdoor lovers can visit places like the incredible Irvine Nature Center. Other places for outdoor activities include a round of golf at Green Spring Valley Golf Course or Woodholme Golf Course, or go for a walk at Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area. Venture beyond Owings Mills borders for fun day trips to Baltimore to find attractions like the National Aquarium, Walters Art Museum, Fort McHenry, Baltimore Museum of Art, plus all the restaurants, shops, and festivals the big city has to offer.
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