Zip Code: 21212

Following Neighborhoods:

Homeland

Bellona-Gittings

Cedarcroft

 

 

Homeland

The neighborhood currently known as Homland can be traced to a tract of land called "Job's Addition" surveyed by Job Evans in 1695. Further land was added in 1778. David Maulden Perine purchased the original property and added to it, so that by 1875 it finally reached its present size. One of the original planned communities in the U.S., More 

 

Bellona-Gittings

Bellona-Gittings is a neighborhood in the North District of Baltimore, located between the neighborhoods of Cedarcroft (east) and The Orchards (west).[2] Its boundaries are marked by the Baltimore County line (north), East Melrose Avenue (south), Bellona Avenue (east) and North Charles Street (west). More 

 

Cedarcroft

Most of the homes in Cedarcroft were built in the 1920s by the Cedarcroft Land Company. In 1885, Philip E. Lamb purchased 25 acres (100,000 m2) fronting York Road north of the rural village of Govanstown. On the property was a house that had been built in 1846. A few years later, he bought an additional 20 acres (81,000 m2). He called his estate Cedarcroft, and in 1886 built a substantial addition to the 1846 house which still stands at 6204 Sycamore Road. More

 

 

 

 

North Baltimore City Current Homes For Sale

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