Dundalk, Maryland, is a perfect marriage between the old and the new. Sporting both modern brick town homes and colonial style bungalows, the city has the best of both the old world and the new. Elegant northeastern style permeates the neighborhoods of Dundalk. Steeped in history and vibrant with the legacies of being an early settlement, the houses reflect space-consciousness and efficiency, along with practicality and European influence.
As a suburb of Baltimore, Dundalk has a booming population hovering around 65,000 people. Residents of Dundalk often work, live, and play in both Baltimore and their home city, enjoying major attractions like the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Zoo, and the Maryland Science Center. For pro sports fans, the living arrangement is a dream with easy access to the games and sporting events at your fingertips. Baltimore is home to several famed teams such as baseball’s Baltimore Orioles and football’s Baltimore Ravens.
Discovered by the legendary John Smith and named after a town in Ireland, Dundalk was first explored in 1608. As part of the Baltimore metropolitan area, Dundalk is a mere seven miles from the largest city in Maryland. With easy access to the Beltway, I-95, and several state highways, getting around is a breeze. Affordable public transportation is also available through the Maryland Transit Administration. The Community College of Baltimore County has made its home in Dundalk. The Dundalk Community Theater is housed within the college, putting on a series of vibrant plays and productions each year. The Baltimore County Public Schools System serves the area with several elementary, middle, and high schools for Dundalk kids. The Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society Museum enriches residents’ lives with rotating artifacts and exhibitions informing the community of the way things used to be in the area. A farmer’s market stimulates the local economy continuously while also providing Dundalk with many fresh and local goods.