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Living in Pikesville, MD

Named after Zebulon Pike, an American soldier and explorer who died in the early 19th century, Pikesville, Maryland, provides quick access to busy Baltimore while retaining its distinctive small-town feel. The northwestern suburb is a 21st-century neighborhood with a thriving business community and family-friendly parks.

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Things to Do

If you love to shop, Pikesville, MD, is a dream come true. A mixture of independent stores, boutiques, and restaurants are located downtown, while the Centre Court shopping center off Old Court Road features big-name retail outlets. The Pikesville Farmers Market, which started in 2004, takes place every Tuesday afternoon from May to October in Pomona Square; the market sells fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade cakes, and arts and crafts.

If you're hungry, head to Reisterstown Road, where you'll find pizza joints, burger bars, Chinese eateries, and Mexican grills. The route, which intersects downtown Pikesville, Maryland, is lined with restaurants to suit every budget. Living in Pikesville also makes it easy to explore the East Coast metropolis of Baltimore, home to cultural landmarks, like Fort McHenry, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the National Aquarium.

Two homes with trees in Pikesville, MD

Housing in Pikesville

Pikesville real estate is an assortment of family homes and apartments. Located off nearby Greenspring Avenue, Quarry Lake at Greenspring is a mixed-use development with condominiums, single family homes, stores, and offices. Homes for sale in Pikesville include impressive townhouses in Copper Hill and spacious detached properties with outdoor pools and landscaped gardens in the Avalon East neighborhood.

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Travel and Transportation in Pikesville

Baltimore's Metro Subway travels through the Pikesville neighborhood, serving the Milford Mill and Old Court stations. Alternatively, catch a bus from the Old Court station to Mondawmin, a Baltimore community surrounded by Druid Hill Park, one of the oldest landscaped parks in the country. You can also make the 11-mile trip by bus to Poplar & Hilltop Circle, close to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Downtown Baltimore, 14 miles away, is packed full of major employers like Bank of America and Legg Mason. You can drive to the area via I-83 N and I-695 W. Alternatively, explore Pikesville, Maryland, by bike; the community has various trails and cycling courses.


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What Locals Love

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  • Downtown Pikeville offers plenty of places for shopaholics to shop ‘til they drop, including the Centre Court shopping center, which features all of the brand names you know and love.
  • There’s no shortage of dining options, especially as you cruise along Reisterstown Road, where you will find a variety of cuisines including Chinese, Mexican, Italian, and American fare.


Pikesville Real Estate at a Glance

  • 79 Homes Sold*
  • 52 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $425,000 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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