Pikesville, MD is located northwest of Baltimore. It's close to the city and public transportation making it a popular place for those who work in Baltimore to live. It's also close to the Interstate 795 corridor, so access to other nearby communities is also simple. Because of its decidedly suburban feel and close proximity to the city, Pikesville has grown into a popular community for those who crave a less urban home.
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As of the 2010 census, Pikesville was home to 30,764 people, and this has continued to grow as people have left the urban community of Baltimore for the more suburban community of Pikesville. The average household income is $80,866, higher than the state as a whole and up significantly from the 2000 census numbers.
Homes in Pikesville include a pleasing mix of single-family properties and condos or townhomes. The average sales price is around $262,000, and property values tend to be high as the community grows in popularity. Search the newest real estate listings in Pikesville, MD.
Pikesville's quality schools bring people to the community. Wellwood International Elementary School receives high ratings from local parents and offers the benefits of a French Immersion Magnet Program to families in the community. Pikesville has a number of traditional schools, but also offers the Sudbrook Magnet Middle School, which features an emphasis on diversity, arts, and an education that meets the challenges of the 21st century. When they're done with high school, Pikesville students have the benefit of being able to attend one of the many colleges and universities in Baltimore. Stevenson University is just two miles away.
Pikesville is largely a bedroom community, with its close proximity to Baltimore making the employers within the city the largest area employers. Baltimore County has over 21,000 business establishments, and some of the largest county employers include the Social Security Administration, T. Rowe Price and the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Within Baltimore, top employers include Johns Hopkins University, the U of M Medical System and Exelon.
Baltimore is a great place for entertainment, but residents of Pikesville don't have to head into the city to find something to do. They can grab some friends and head to AMF Pikesville Lanes for some bowling, or enjoy making something creative at the Trevino Paint and Pottery Studios. Pikesville is a foodie's dream. For an elegant meal, Ruth's Chris Steak House and Citron are a great choice. For tasty but affordable family fare, consider Goldberg's New York Bagels or the Bagby Pizza Company.
If you want to make Pikesville your home or have a property here that you want to steal, having the right real estate team is critical. Contact BHHS Homesale Realty for help from local real estate experts who will help you reach your goals!
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