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Homes in Halethorpe are remarkably similar to the adorable 1930's era cottages and bungalows that made nearby Catonsville an in-demand location. Like Catonsville, Halethorpe offers many cozy, three bedroom properties with dormer windows, vinyl or wood siding and large shaded porches with manageable fenced in yards and shady trees. Halethorpe is a charming community with a small town feel that is only a short drive from two of the Mid-Atlantic region's busiest cities.
Halethorpe also has its own growing economy, with many light-industrial buildings in the town's business district and companies looking to escape the traffic and congestion of Baltimore's downtown are relocating to this revitalizing community. As businesses in Halethorpe continue to thrive, more and more new housing developments are being built to accommodate the needs of new residents who desire a custom home at a reasonable price.
By way of a ten minute drive to Baltimore's famed Inner Harbor; Halethorpe residents can enjoy the countless cultural attractions that the unique and diverse city has to offer. From hundreds of fabulous restaurants and shops to cultural attractions like the Maryland Science Center and the National Aquarium in Baltimore, to large sports and entertainment venues like Camden Yards, Ravens Stadium, and the First Mariner Arena, there is always something to do in the waterfront city.
Halethorpe is part of the well regarded Baltimore County School System, one of the state's best. Halethorpe Elementary boasts award-winning faculty and the prestigious University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), is located just minutes away in Catonsville.