Anneslie is a community of neighbors who care about each other, our homes, our schools, our safety and the greater Towson community in which we live. Located in Baltimore County just north of the Baltimore City line, our community began in the 1920’s and today consists of approximately 500 homes. The community is built on what was once the 119 acre Villa Anneslie estate. The villa itself still stands as a beautiful landmark in the center of our historic community. We are pleased to announce that on March 12th, 2012 Anneslie was officially listed on the National Register Of Historic Places.
Campus Hills Community
Aptly named for its close proximity to Goucher College and for its gently rolling hills, Campus Hills is an enclave of 369 tri-level and rancher individual homes situated on 119 acres located in Towson. Developed in the mid-1950’s, the 119 acres are roughly in the shape of a crescent, beginning at the intersection of Goucher Boulevard and Fairmount Avenue, heading southeast along Goucher Boulevard before arching counter clockwise at Providence Rd. in a north then northwest direction ending at the beltway. The entire western and southwestern edge (inside edge) of the crescent borders the Goucher College property. The south and southeast edge borders non-Campus Hills residential property, the east edge borders Providence Road, and the north and northwest edge borders some commercial property and the beltway.
Cromwell Valley Community
Goucher Woods Community
Goucher Woods is a community comprised of 48 spacious luxury town homes that were built in 1989. Located in the Towson area of Maryland, the development is conveniently located within one mile of downtown Towson, major shopping areas, excellent schools of all levels, churches, and the Baltimore beltway.
Hampton is subdivision of Towson located just north of Baltimore City, Maryland. This community with 635 homes situated on lots up to several acres enjoys the serenity of a park like setting, with an abundance of wildlife and large mature trees. Yet this country neighborhood is less than five minutes from the center of Towson and 15-25 minutes from downtown Baltimore.
The Idlewylde Community is located in Baltimore County, Maryland in the 21239 and 21212 zip codes. Idlewylde has been home to several generations of families for over 60 years. Residents are drawn to the area by the affordability of homes, excellent schools, convenient shopping, a neighborhood park and safe streets. Idlewylde also maintains a community hall that can be rented for special occasions and meetings.
Knollwood-Donnybrook boasts many great architectural and landscaping views. Included in the neighborhood are lush gardens, large trees, sidewalk-lined streets, and brick and stone walkways. Neighbors can be found walking outside a lot enjoying the sights, walking their dogs, and pausing to talk to friends. Something that sets our neighborhood apart is the variety of ages among residents. Some are original homeowners from the 1950s while others are young families just putting down roots.
Loch Raven Village Community
For over 50 years now, families have been calling Loch Raven Village “home.” Maybe it’s our all-brick exteriors and beautiful, spacious interiors featuring plaster walls and hardwood floors. Maybe it’s our location – convenient to shopping, schools, recreation and highways, yet comfortably suburban and very affordable. Or perhaps it’s simply the friendly Village atmosphere that makes it an outstanding neighborhood in which to live and raise a family. So, if you’re looking for a home with more history and personality than newer communities, Loch Raven Village welcomes you!
Rodgers Forge Community
Rodgers Forge is a vibrant, close-knit community comprised of 1,777 homes in Baltimore County, just north of the City line. This site is provided by the Community Association as a resource for current residents of Rodgers Forge as well as prospective homeowners or tenants. It’s also a great resource for realtors working in the area.
Ruxton Riderwood Lake Roland Area Improvement Association
Established in 1953, we are an active community association of volunteers working to preserve and enhance our neighborhoods and the wonderful quality of life we are fortunate to enjoy here. The RRLRAIA is managed by an elected board of governors which directs the activities of several committees. Our executive director maintains close contact with local government and law enforcement officials. Our office is located in the historic Rider House across from the Riderwood Post Office on Bellona Avenue.
Southland Hills Community
The Southland Hills community is located on land originally owned by Doctor Grafton Bosley. His home is still standing as part of the Presbyterian Home complex. Doctor Bosley relocated to Towson in 1848 to form a medical partnership with his uncle, Doctor Josiah Marsh and later inherited his estate. Upon Dr. Bosley’s death his property passed through his trustees to Emily Offutt who then conveyed it to Baltimore lawyer J. Elmer Weisheit and his wife Ingreet on May 20, 1922
As a distinctive suburb of the city of Baltimore, Stoneleigh dates back to the days immediately following World War I. But for generations before our community was ever developed, Stoneleigh was a name well known in Baltimore County. It was the name of a notable manor house, redolent of stately Victorian charm, which was a landmark in the county for more than a century before it vanished into the mists of time in 1956
Thornleigh is a close knit community located in Towson, Maryland; it is part of Baltimore County. The Thornleigh neighborhood consists of 232 families. Centrally located in Thornleigh is the Valley Swim & Tennis Club for neighbors to join. Thornleigh is in the Baltimore County Public Schools district. Our public schools are Riderwood Elementary School, Dumbarton Middle School, and Towson High School. The neighborhood is easily accessible to Interstates 695 and 83, making Towson and York Road, as well as downtown, within easy reach.
Towson Green Community
Live well. Live green. Live at the center of everything! Spacious townhomes built in 2012+ with private garages. The heart of Towson outside your door. It’s all the comforts of suburban life in a lively and convenient urban setting.
West Towson Community
In April of 1957, a group of concerned citizens from this area filed official papers with the State of Maryland to incorporate the area to be known as the “West Towson Improvement Association.” In 1987, our name was changed to “The West Towson Neighborhood Association.”
The boundaries of the West Towson Neighborhood Association are as follows
• West of Bosley Ave. on the east
• Both sides of Joppa Rd., on the north
• East side of Charles St., on the west
• North side of Chesapeake Ave., on the south
The Wiltondale community is located in Towson, Maryland, just minutes north of Baltimore City. The community was completed in 1952 and consists of more than 350 homes. The Wiltondale logo reflects the huge white oak (Quercus alba) that is located at 514 Yarmouth Road. In America’s Bicentennial year, 1976, this tree was judged by the Maryland Forest Service to be among one of Maryland’s 300 oldest trees.