Lush green gardens, pedestrian-friendly streets and enchanting historic homes make Dundalk an enviable place to call home. This famous Baltimore City neighborhood was established by John Smith in 1608. Until then tribes of Susquehanna Indians had occupied the area. Today the unincorporated and census-designated community has a population of approximately 62,000.
Todd’s Inheritance, the famous house built by Thomas Todd in 1664 and burned by the British in 1812, stands tall as a historical landmark and tourist attraction in Dundalk. The house was rebuilt after the Battle with the British at North Point.
Dundalk is a terrific Baltimore community. If the historic charm and friendly atmosphere of Dundalk appeal to you, we can help! Whether it’s a house with one bedroom or six bedrooms, villa or row house, apartment or condo, big or small, Ron Howard and Associates, leading Dundalk realtors, will guide you through the hunt for your Dundalk dream home.
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