Middle River, MD Real Estate
Middle River, Maryland is located in Baltimore County. Nearby cities and towns include Essex, Bowleys Quarters, Rossville, White Marsh, Rosedale, Overlea, Perry Hall, Dundalk, Carney, Joppatowne, Parkville, Edgemere, Kingsville, Edgewood, Hampton, Baltimore, Pleasant Hills, Towson, Lutherville, Timonium, Brooklyn Park, Baltimore Highlands, Riviera Beach, Bel Air South, Tolchester, Mays Chapel, Fallston, Pasadena, Lansdowne, Riverside, Bel Air, Cockeysville, Ferndale, Perryman, Georgetown, Pikesville, Linthicum, Arbutus, Bel Air North, Glen Burnie, Lake Shore, Lochearn, Fairlee, Rock Hall, Woodlawn, Catonsville, Edesville, Garrison, Milford Mill, Butlertown, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Severna Park, Aberdeen, Jarrettsville, Worton, Elkridge, Betterton, Ilchester, Severn, Owings Mills, Randallstown, Cape St. Claire, Gambrills, Arden on the Severn, Arnold, Chestertown, Herald Harbor, Ellicott City, Reisterstown, Havre de Grace, Jessup, Kingstown, Fort Meade, Crownsville, Odenton, Kennedyville, Naval Academy, Darlington, Pylesville, Savage, and Columbia. Middle River is a suburban community with a population of 25,348. The median household income is $53,751. In Middle River, 42% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 34% of the households. Half the population of Middle River commutes 25 minutes or less to work, with 70% of residents holding white collar jobs and 30% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Middle River, MD is 40 years, with 56% of those homes owned, 38% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 200 Middle River properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Middle River in the previous year was $149,476.