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Parkville, MD Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Parkville Overview

Parkville, Maryland, is an unincorporated community in Baltimore County. Located north of Baltimore, Parkville enjoys Interstate access, excellent county schools, and the amenities offered by a large county government.  Parkville is 4.2 square miles with a population of 30,734, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. 

Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty can provide you with additional information about finding a home in Parkville and its local amenities.

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Parkville MD Real Estate Information

North of Interstate 695, known as the Baltimore Beltway, Parkville’s southern boundary is the city limits of Baltimore. Some of the major roads in the Parkville area include Harford Road, which is Maryland 147. Other main arteries are Joppa Road, Old Harford Road, Perring Parkway, Putty Hill Avenue and Taylor Avenue.

Towson is the nearest city to Parkville at just 3 miles away. Downtown Baltimore is more than 6 miles from Parkville. The nearest communities to Parkville are Carney, Overlea, Hampton, Towson, Perry Hall, Rossville, Rosedale and White Marsh, all less than 3 miles away.

Schools and Education

Baltimore County is the backdrop for Parkville, Maryland, providing excellent schools through the county public system.

The majority of Parkville’s students attend Baltimore County Public Schools. The elementary schools serving the community of Parkville are Haldstead Academy, Pine Grove, Pleasant Plains, Oakleigh Elementary, Villa Cresta, Harford Hills, Woodhome, Carney and Elmwood. The middle schools include Parkville Middle School and Center of Technology, Pine Grove Middle School, and Woodhome.

Parkville high school students attend Parkville High School. Named one of the best 1,300 schools in America in 2007, Parkville High School has a magnet program for mathematics, science and computer science. It is the only Baltimore County public high school to offer German language classes. The enrollment of Parkville High School is approximately 1,616 students. 

Communities like Parkville are served by the Baltimore County Public Schools. The district serves more than 107,033 students in 174 schools, programs and centers. It is the 26th largest school district in the nation and the third largest in Maryland.

More than half of all Baltimore County Public Schools’ traditional and magnet high schools are listed among the nation’s top schools. The Washington Post named 13 of the district’s high schools in the top 9 percent in the nation. Eleven schools were among Newsweek/The Daily Beast’s list of America’s Best High Schools.

The Baltimore County Public Schools has the second highest graduation rate among the nation’s largest school districts, as honored by Education Week in June 2013.

The region is home to Towson University, the University of Maryland, Goucher College, Stevenson University, and the Community College of Baltimore County. Loyola College in Maryland has a campus in Hunt Valley. Its main campus is in the city of Baltimore. Johns Hopkins University is approximately 7 miles from Parkville.

Parkville residents value education. More than 88.5 percent of Parkville’s population over the age of 25 has a high school education or higher. More than 21.5 percent have bachelor degrees or higher. More than 7.8 percent have graduate or professional degrees.

Business and Economy

Baltimore County is home to the Social Security Administration in the town of Woodlawn and the tool company, Black & Decker, in Towson.  Baltimore County is home the world headquarters of McCormick & Company, the makers of spices, herbs and flavorings for retail, commercial and industrial customers. FILA USA, the sportswear manufacturer, is headquartered in Sparks, Maryland. 

Baltimore County is also home to major employers, including MedStar, Franklin Square Medical Center, the Social Security Administration, Firaxis Games, and Black and Decker.

Parkville, as well as other communities within Baltimore County include Baldwin, Boring, Brooklandville, Butler, Chase, Fork, Fort Howard, Germantown, Glen Arm, Glencoe, Glyndon, Halethorpe, Hereford, Hydes, Hunt Valley, Jacksonville, Long Green, Maryland Line, Monkton, Nottingham, Oella, Parkton, Phoenix, Ruxton, Sparks, Sparrows Point, Stevenson, Turners Station, Upper Falls, Upperco and White Hall. Baltimore County is home to the communities if Arbutus, Baltimore Highlands, Bowleys Quarters, Carney, Catonsville, Cockeysville, Dundalk, Edgemere, Essex, Garrison, Hampton, Kingsville, Lansdowne, Lochearn, Lutherville, Middle River, Mildford Mill, Overlea, Owings Mills, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pikesville, Randallstown, Reistertown, Rosedale, Rossville, Timonium, Towson, White Marsh, Woodlawn and Mays Chapel.

Parkville Homes

The median income for a Parkville household was $41,410, according to 2000 U.S. Census data. The median income for a Parkville family was $50,421. The per capita income for Parkville was $20,633.

The estimated median Parkville home was valued at $197,940, according to 2011 county data. This is a significant increase from $100,000 in 2000. The mean price of a Parkville single-family home was $210,045 in 2011.

Prudential YWGC Realty for Parkville Homes and Real Estate

The Parkville community offers a wide variety of homes, including starter homes and condos to larger family homes.   Contact Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty with questions about Parkville or for help finding a home in Parkville.

Baltimore County Demographic Information

2010 to 2012 Changeup 1.5%
2010 Count805,029
2012 Estimate817,455
2010 Estimate805,029
Age Distribution (Years Old)
0 to 46.0%
5 to 1721.7%
18 to 6457.2%
65 and Older15.1%
White (not Hispanic)61.4%
Native American0.4%
Native Hawaiian0.1%
Place of Birth
High School Graduate, Age 25+89.2%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Age 25+35.2%
English is Second Language, Age 5+12.6%
English is First Language, Age 5+87.4%
Per Capita Income$34,304
Median Household Income$65,411
People in Poverty8.2%
Average Work Commute Time29 minutes
Total Housing Units336,939
Average Household Size2.48
Owner-Occupied Median Value$269,400
Building Permits
New Private Housing Issued 2012695
Years at Residence
1 Year or More87.5%
Less Than 1 Year12.5%
Business and Employment
Private non-farm Establishments19,627
Private non-farm Employment310,726
Private non-farm Employment Growth0.0%
Nonemployer Establishments59,972
Number of Firms76,111
Business Ownership by Ethnicity and Gender
Native American0.3%
Native Hawaiian0.1%
Business Production
Value of Shipments$9,247,191,000
Wholesale Trade$5,609,327,000
Retail Trade$12,074,866,000
Accommodation and Food Services$15,341
Sales Per Capita$1,414,111,000
Land Area598.30 sq. miles
Population Per Square Mile1,346

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