Violetville ZIP codes: 21229, 21227
Named for the beautiful flowers that appear each springtime, Violetville is a well-kept neighborhood in southwestern Baltimore that has retained the charm and friendliness first exhibited when it was a small, country village. The main defining characteristics of Violetville are its location, affordability, and a family oriented atmosphere. The close proximity to I-95 and downtown Baltimore makes Violetville a prime location for people who want quick access for their commute or downtown destination. Most of Violetville's residents live in 1950's era row homes, which are nestled amongst abundant hydrangeas and mature trees. Single family homes are spread throughout Violetville as are a few churches, a park, convenience store, and popular Violetville Elementary School. Violetville's most defining characteristic is probably the Baltimore Raven loving, family-oriented population. Many residents have lived their entire lives in Violetville. In Violetville you will find an eclectic mix of people from young couples starting a family, older couples enjoying their grand kids and many different types of people in between including professionals and those in skilled trades. Violetville is the quaint neighborhood setting which still enjoys a city zip code and proximity to major highways. The Violetville Volunteer Fire Department is very active in my community, holding frequent community events. Violetville is a great, older rowhome community with a superb location, affordable homes, and friendly folks.
- Baltimore Resident For 39 Years
What I love most about my neighborhood
I love the spirit of the people the most. I love that you can find sweet old ladies and urban hipsters chatting on the same stoop. I love that there's a real spirit of fun and a lightness to how people approach life here that is grounded in a real, urban pragmatism. Baltimore is the underdog, and its tenacity to keep going is what makes us love it.
What brought me here
I was born and raised here, left for ten years, but always knew I would come back.