Named for a large community park that sits in the heart of town, Parkville, MD is a comfortable community situated to the north of Baltimore. While it's well known for its park, Parkville offers much more to its residents. It sits less than 8 miles from the heart of Baltimore. Attractive housing options, an ideal location and convenient access to the city are all benefits to those who choose to purchase in this wonderful community.
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Parkville is a growing community that's home to over 30,700 people as of the 2010 census. The average age of the members of the community is 36.3 years—just slightly less than the average in the state. Get more demographic information about Parkville.
Parkville offers a pleasing mix of real estate options. Like most of the Baltimore region, it has its share of row houses and town homes, but it also has stand-alone single-family properties, including some newer and more luxurious options than are found in the big city. Parkville traces its roots back to the 1800s, so historic properties are also found. Browse the newest real estate listings in Parkville, MD.
Parkville is served by a number of public school options, including some in the nearby communities of Towson and Perry Hall. Science and technology are big focuses of the education opportunities here, with Parkville Middle and Center of Technology and the Loch Raven Technical Academy both serving students in the community. These schools are all part of Baltimore County Public Schools.
Parkville is home to a number of retail and restaurant establishments that provide job opportunities for its residents. Many will choose to commute into nearby Towson or Baltimore for work. Some of the top employers in the county include T. Rowe Price, Franklin Square Hospital and the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
Whether exploring nature at Double Rock Park or careening down a slide at Weber's Cedar Mill Farm, those who live in Parkville will find plenty to do, and much of it is outdoors. Parkville is home to Monster Mini Golf and Sully's Comedy Theater. When you're ready to hang with friends or get a bite to eat, head to The Barn, a bar and restaurant that serves up food with beer and a side of live music. When residents want big-city entertainment, Baltimore is just a short drive away.
With all that Parkville has to offer, homes for sale here don't stay on the market long. If you are considering making Parkville your home, you need the right real estate agent to get the job done well. Contact us to get started on your search for the ideal home in Parkville, MD.
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