Photo by Phylicia Ghee for Live Baltimore


Homeland is a quiet, residential neighborhood in North Baltimore offering a variety of mainly single-family, detached homes. It was first developed by the Roland Park Homeland Company with the oldest homes built between 1924 and the mid-1940's. The neighborhood, with its winding streets and ponds known as "The Lakes," was planned and designed by the famed Olmsted brothers, descendants of the designer behind Central Park in New York City. Residents enjoy a suburban feel within city limits, picturesque landscaping and an active community association.

At a Glance
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Median Home Purchase Price
Home Types
Detached Homes
Own vs. Rent
89% Own / 11% Rent
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Surrounding Neighborhoods
Public Schools

Getting Around

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Nearby Public Transit

  • BWI Airport....35 minutes
  • Charles Center….20 minutes
  • Penn Station….15 minutes
  • Bike and Scooter Share
  • Rideshare

Meet Your Neighbors

Would you ask a New Yorker about living in L.A? (We didn’t think so.) When it comes to Baltimore, Baltimoreans know best. Community organization members and Live Baltimore’s Neighborhood Ambassadors are involved in their communities and love to talk about neighborhood happenings. Connect with a community organization or one of our ambassadors for an insider’s view of this city neighborhood.

Interested in becoming a Neighborhood Ambassador? Find out how.

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