Homeland is a large neighborhood located in northern Baltimore, and it's one of the more historic locations in the city. The entire Greater Homeland Historical District has earned a listing in the National Register of Historic Places, and you'll find historic buildings—homes included around nearly every corner of the neighborhood. Thanks to its tree-lined streets, peaceful parks, and tranquil ponds, Homeland is also a great place to spend time outdoors. That combination of great homes and outdoor fun makes Homeland a popular destination for families, with a larger percentage of family homes than you'll find in the rest of Baltimore.
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Homeland is a fairly large neighborhood, with an estimated population of just over 3,000 residents, spread across more than 1,000 homes. Family homes make up more than 50 percent of residences in Homeland, an increase of 12 percent over the Baltimore average. Homeland is also one of the best neighborhoods in Baltimore for educational attainment, with more than 50 percent of adults holding at least a bachelor's degree. Home values in Homeland trend significantly above state averages, thanks to the neighborhood's hot real estate market, historic homes, and family appeal.
If you're in the market for a historic home, then the homes in Homeland should be near the top of your shopping list. Looking through homes here is like peering into Baltimore's history, and even the newer properties fit beautifully into the neighborhood's surrounding scenery.
The schools in Homeland are part of the large Baltimore City Public Schools District, which covers the whole city. As you might guess in a neighborhood with such high educational attainment among adults, Homeland's elementary, middle, and high schools rank among the best in the city. Your college-age kids will also have their pick of fantastic nearby colleges, including Towson University, Morgan State University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Baltimore, and many, many more.
With such strong economic performance and educational attainment, it's no surprise that Homeland's residents tend to do well on the employment market. Opportunities in education, corporate management, sciences, math, research, and healthcare rank among the most popular careers for neighborhood residents. Homeland's central location means that you'll have an easy commute to employment opportunities throughout Baltimore, and its surrounding suburbs. And if you're into the arts, this is one of the best places in the city to find creative work.
Homeland has plenty to offer no matter how you like to spend your leisure time, and it all starts at Belvedere Square. Whether you're looking for boutique shopping, fine dining, or a bit of live theater, you'll find what you're after at Belvedere Square. And if you love to cook, you'll definitely want to check out the gourmet ingredients at the Belvedere Square Market. Homeland is also loaded with historic homes and buildings to explore, each with its own story. Living in Homeland means you get easy access to the rest of the city, including all of the action at Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Does Homeland sound like the perfect neighborhood to you? Contact our team at BHHS Homesale Realty to start the buying or selling process in the historic neighborhood of Homeland today!