The neighborhood currently known as Homeland can be traced to a tract of land called "Job's Addition" surveyed by Job Evans in 1695. Further land was added in 1778. David Maulden Perine purchased the original property and added to it, so that by 1875 it finally reached its present size.
One of the original planned communities in the U.S., Homeland was developed by the Roland Park Homeland Company who purchased the 391 acre parcel, then know as the Perine Estate of Homeland, in 1924 for the sum of $1,000,000. The advantages of the location of the property included the fact that its highest point sat more than 400 feet above sea level, thus making it one of the more elevated sections of Baltimore. Additionally, the rolling terrain (and subsequent naming of the streets) evoked the English flavor the Company wished to portray.
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