Parkville, Maryland is a community of around 30,000, and it has 17 constituent neighborhoods. Most homes are single family detached dwellings, although the city also has a high number of attached homes and row houses. Most homes have two or three bedrooms and were built between 1940 and 1969. There are very few homes that have been built since the year 2000. The median home value is $204,198, and most homes available are between $103,000 and $309,000.
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Because Baltimore is only about 40 minutes away, Parkville has a good public transportation system. Because of this, many people take it to work every day instead of driving. The majority of people work in administrative and office support, healthcare, management, and sales. There is a mixture of income levels in Parkville, and those who are looking for the safest and most expensive neighborhoods would want to check out the neighborhoods of Cub Hill, Loch Raven/Harrington Manor, and Coventry/Cromwood. In general, Parkville is a nice place to live in that it is a good place for families, has quiet neighborhoods, and is close to the bigger cities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Parkville and the surrounding area provide a variety of fun for families and individuals. In Parkville, the Cedar Mill Farm offers hayrides, a pumpkin patch, fresh apple cider, and farm animals. Double Rock Park is a peaceful place for a walk, a picnic, and a place to enjoy nature. Baltimore offers a variety of activities, restaurants, and clubs for all interests and ages. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is always a great place to sit outside and watch some baseball. Other popular attractions include the Walters Art Museum, Fort McHenry National Monument, the National Aquarium, and Baltimore Museum of Art. Because of its location on the water, Baltimore's harbor offers much to see and do, and the seafood is a must try.