Guilford

Designated a National Register Historic District, Guilford was planned by the Olmsted firm and developed by the Roland Park Company in the early 1900’s. It has stunningly beautiful architecture, community parks, streets lined with mature trees, the world-famous Sherwood Gardens.

There are about 800 single-family homes in Guilford that range from cottages to stately mansions. It’s prime location, a short commute to downtown Baltimore, is minutes from the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, Loyola College, the College of Notre Dame. With an array of excellent neighborhood restaurants, the Baltimore Museum of Art and the City’s finest public and private schools close by, Guilford families enjoy a quality of life and unique environment rarely found.

“When my husband was offered a job in Washington, DC, we had two months to find a home and move. We had looked at houses in the DC area without finding anything until someone at his new office suggested we take a look in Guilford. We instantly fell in love with the neighborhood, the gardens, and the proximity to good schools for our children. Our house is perfect for entertaining on any scale, and I have a short commute downtown while my husband takes the train to DC four times a week. Guilford was the perfect choice for us.”
Kathleen, Guilford

 
 

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