Baltimore Highlands, MD Real Estate
Baltimore Highlands, Maryland is located in Baltimore County. Nearby cities and towns include Brooklyn Park, Lansdowne, Linthicum, Arbutus, Ferndale, Baltimore, Glen Burnie, Catonsville, Elkridge, Ilchester, Pasadena, Severn, Riviera Beach, Woodlawn, Dundalk, Lochearn, Rosedale, Edgemere, Jessup, Gambrills, Milford Mill, Fort Meade, Severna Park, Overlea, Ellicott City, Towson, Parkville, Pikesville, Essex, Savage, Lake Shore, Arden on the Severn, Rossville, Columbia, Odenton, North Laurel, Maryland City, Middle River, Randallstown, Garrison, Herald Harbor, Lutherville, Carney, Hampton, Mays Chapel, White Marsh, Scaggsville, Bowleys Quarters, Perry Hall, Timonium, Owings Mills, Crownsville, Arnold, Laurel, Crofton, Fulton, West Laurel, South Laurel, Cape St. Claire, Cockeysville, Highland, Parole, Konterra, Reisterstown, Burtonsville, Kingsville, Naval Academy, Glenn Dale, Annapolis, Joppatowne, Bowie, Fairland, Spencerville, Sykesville, Riva, Beltsville, Eldersburg, Ashton-Sandy Spring, Calverton, Fairwood, Seabrook, Edgewater, Cloverly, Greenbelt, Tolchester, Annapolis Neck, Pleasant Hills, Lanham, Edgewood, Rock Hall, Berwyn Heights, Colesville, New Carrollton, Mitchellville, Brookeville, College Park, Highland Beach, Fallston, Woodmore, White Oak, Hillandale, Queen Anne, Springdale, Edesville, Georgetown, Adelphi, Layhill, Mayo, East Riverdale, Olney, Woodlawn, Glenarden, Riverdale Park, Landover Hills, Kemp Mill, University Park, Four Corners, Glenmont, Stevensville, and Leisure World. Baltimore Highlands is a suburban community with a population of 7,063. The median household income is $47,966. In Baltimore Highlands, 36% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 42% of the households. Half the population of Baltimore Highlands commutes 20 minutes or less to work, with 75% of residents holding white collar jobs and 25% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Baltimore Highlands, MD is 43 years, with 46% of those homes owned, 47% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 45 Baltimore Highlands properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Baltimore Highlands in the previous year was $137,940.