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Living in the Village of Cross Keys, Baltimore, MD

The Village of Cross Keys, Maryland, was conceived by James Rouse (The Rouse Company) as a planned community. The 5,000-person village was built on the Baltimore Country Club Golf Course in 1965 and is privately owned by the Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation. The housing market in the Village of Cross Keys is predominantly comprised of luxury condos.

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Things to Do in the Village of Cross Keys

Commerce in the Village of Cross Keys, MD, was also planned and centers around shopping. There is an emphasis on style, fashion, health, beauty, and interior decorating. Upscale small shops offer trendy, chic wares.

Residents of the Village of Cross Keys, Maryland, embrace a healthy lifestyle and take advantage of the recreational opportunities in the area. Northwest Park is a wonderful green space for walking, running, or cycling. The Cylburn Arboretum, located just across the street, offers a natural respite that is sure to invigorate and inspire.

Just north of the arboretum is theVillage of Cross Keys Mall, where you will find shopping splendor and hip meeting places. Grab a latte and surf the net at Donna's Coffee Bar and Café, or have a bite at Scoozi Mediterranean Restaurant. If you feel a little tired from searching for Village of Cross Keys real estate, decompress at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. Cutting-edge salons Balance and Laboratorie are nearby and are on the way to Johnny's, a chic sushi diner on Roland Avenue that serves wine. Towson Town Center, to the north, and Harbor East, to the south, offer plenty of stores and restaurants.

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Village of Cross Keys Real Estate

Homes for sale in the Village of Cross Keys are almost solely luxury condos. Johns Hopkins University at Mount Washington attracts some students to the area; affordable housing is available on-campus. Oprah Winfrey even lived in the Village of Cross Keys neighborhood from 1978 to 1983.

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Transportation and Travel In and Around Baltimore

From the Village of Cross Keys, Maryland, it's only a short 6-mile commute south on I-83 to the center of Baltimore, where you'll find crab shacks, the USS Constellation in the harbor and theNational Aquarium with its thousands of sea creatures on display. The "birthplace of the national anthem" is also home to the American Visionary Art Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Industry.


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  • A healthy lifestyle is easy to adopt with the Northwest Park and Cylburn Arboretum in your backyard. Both feature winding trails and plenty of green space to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife.
  • The Village of Cross Keys Malls has everything you need to satisfy your inner shopaholic desires. There’s restaurants, shops, and even a spa, perfect to help decompress after a day of shopping.

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Baltimore Real Estate at a Glance

  • 3,949 Homes Sold*
  • 93 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $199,900 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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