Owings Mills, MD is a suburb of Baltimore in Baltimore County with a population of about 30,000 people. The average commute time is 34 minutes. The median home sales price is about $226,900, and the average listing price is around $315,000. There are currently 260 resale and new homes on the market. The city is the home of the Baltimore Ravens Team headquarters facility.
Residents can enjoy hiking at the Soldier’s Delight Natural Environmental Area, which is located on 1,900 acres of serpentine barren and is home to 39 rare, threatened, or endangered plant species as well as rare insects, minerals and rocks. The biggest park in town is the 322 acre Northwest Regional Park on the western edge of Owings Mills, which now offers a variety of recreational facilities such as baseball on the park's four ball diamonds and lighted artificial turf and athletic fields for soccer or football. Residents can enjoy picnics and parties at the park's three pavilions, run or bike on stroller-friendly paths or wooded trails, and kids love the playground. Wheelchair-accessible community gardens are also in the works. The wooded west side of the park is natural and features a stream and greenway.
The city has a terminal for the Baltimore Metro Subway, and there is also public bus service. With easy access to downtown Baltimore, Owings Mills, MD residents can easily visit any of the Baltimore attractions such as the Baltimore Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium, downtown historic neighborhoods and Orioles Park at Camden Yards. People who want to stay closer to home can visit the Owings Mills Mall to shop, eat or catch a movie. The Baltimore County Public Schools system operates in the city, and there are also several private schools from which to choose. For continued education, Stevenson University has a campus, there is a satellite branch of Baltimore County community colleges and there is also a branch of the ITT Technical Institute. Multiple national companies operate in Owings Mills, such as T. Row Price, CareFirst, Lion Brothers, Black & Decker, The Baltimore Life Companies and Talbot Settlement & Escrow. The town has plenty of restaurants to choose from including gourmet, soul food, sushi, Italian, health food and more. The Gordon Center for Cultural Arts offers a variety of performances, and Stevenson University has great theater and music productions. Owings Mills, MD has its own amenities plus easy access to Baltimore.