Bounded by Loyola University on the south and The Notre
Dame University of Maryland to the north, the community sits one-quarter mile east of Charles Street in the historic city district of Homeland. Homeland is a premier example of American suburban development. Built in the early 1920’s around a series of small lakes and springs, Homeland is entered into the National Register of Historic Places.Occupying over five acres, The Villages at Homeland West provides residents with an abundance of green space and a “country-like” feeling in a location that also offers convenient access to Baltimore City attractions, such as theaters, stadiums, museums, restaurants and of course our famed Inner Harbor.
“I love the natural setting – green space, walking paths, mature trees, beautiful homes and gardens – so peaceful.” M.T.
“This is a perfect location – close to work, near to mass transit, and secure parking for my car. I love it!” R.G.