Roland Park ZIP codes: 21210
Welcome to the first planned “suburb” community in the United States! This large, historic neighborhood spans from Northern Parkway, to the north, Falls Road, to the west, and winds along Coldspring Lane, Roland Avenue, and other smaller streets to the south and east. Roland Park includes a variety of home styles as well as many restaurants and retail spaces. Families choose Roland Park for its top-performing public school, Roland Park Elementary/Middle, or for its close proximity to elite private schools—including Roland Park Country School, which falls within neighborhood boundaries. Many smaller, adjacent neighborhoods, such as Keswick, Evergreen, Wyndhurst, and Hoes Heights are often mistaken for Roland Park, but function as independent neighborhoods. Pop across the 5000 block of Roland Avenue, into Wyndhurst, to grocery shop at Eddie’s market, grab a coffee at Starbucks, or bank at one of multiple financial institutions. Further down Roland Avenue, dine at award-winning Petit Louis Bistro or Johnny’s Restaurant (both by acclaimed restaurateurs, Foreman Wolf). Residents of Roland Park gain access to the exclusive Roland Park Pool, technically located in the Wyndhurst neighborhood.
Matthew GallagherRoland Park
- Baltimore Resident For 47 Years
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