Living in Roland Park, Baltimore, MD 

Roland Park, Maryland, has a rich heritage as one of the first planned suburbs in North America. Developed at the turn of the 20th century as a "garden city" that integrated the conveniences of city living with the aesthetic appeal of a pastoral environment, Roland Park served as a model for many other developments, a distinction that helped lead to its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. Historians aren't the only ones who love the Roland Park neighborhood, however; it continues to be one of the most desirable places to live in Baltimore.

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Located in north-central Baltimore, Roland Park's distinguished history is seen in the variety of architectural styles represented throughout the neighborhood, including Queen Anne, English Tudor and Georgian. Narrow, winding roads conform to the topography and are lined with large trees that contribute to a park-like feeling.

Single-family residential homes for sale in Roland Park attract families to the community, who are also drawn by the notable schools in the district, such as Roland Park Elementary/Middle School and Roland Park Country School. In addition, Johns Hopkins University, considered one of the world's foremost educational institutions, is only 2.4 miles away.

Diverse housing choices help keep the Roland Park neighborhood vibrant and make it a place where residents can be involved and active members of the community. Other Roland Park real estate options include condominiums, townhouses and various rental units.

Access to the Roland Park Pool is just one of the benefits residents of the neighborhood enjoy, and book lovers appreciate the neighborhood's proximity to the Roland Park Library, which boasts an outdoor plaza and terrace.

Things to Do

Residents of Roland Park, MD, have plenty of choices for shopping and dining, starting with the world's first shopping mall, Roland Park Shopping Center, at Upland Road and Roland Avenue. A Starbucks is located half a mile north of the shopping center, along with a variety of local shops, restaurants and bistros to satisfy the full spectrum of gastronomical tastes. Family-owned Eddie's of Roland Park offers personal shopping, delivery and gourmet-to-go meals in addition to its traditional grocery and produce departments.

Several renowned Baltimore attractions are less than 6 miles from Roland Park, Maryland, including the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Cylburn Arboretum, Sherwood Gardens, the Lyric Opera House and the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. The city's rich cultural life is balanced with enthusiastic support for Baltimore's own baseball and football teams, the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens.


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  • Roland Park is one of the nation’s oldest planned suburbs, having been built between the late 1800s and early 1900s.
  • Exploring the outdoors at the nearby Lake Roland Park, which has extensive trails, outdoor pavilions, children’s play areas and a dog park.
  • Locals enjoy Roland Park’s proximity to downtown Baltimore attractions like the Baltimore Museum of Art, Lyric Opera House and the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.

Family-owned Eddie's of Roland Park offers personal shopping, delivery and gourmet-to-go meals in addition to its traditional grocery and produce departments.

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  • 3,375 Homes Sold*
  • 105 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $189,900 Median Price*

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