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Homeland, Baltimore

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Architect  multiple
NRHP Reference #  01001377
Added to NRHP  28 December 2001
Architectural style  multiple
Area  162 ha
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Location  Roughly bounded by Charles St. Homeland Ave., York Rd., and Melrose Ave., Baltimore, Maryland
Restaurants  Lake Trout and Chicken, Salt & Pepper, Buffalos York Ad, Subway

Homeland is a neighborhood located in the northern part of Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is bounded roughly by Melrose Avenue on the north, Bellona Avenue on the east, Homeland Avenue on the south, and Charles Street on the west.


Map of Homeland, Baltimore, MD, USA

The Greater Homeland Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001 with 1,616 contributing buildings.


97.8% of the houses in Homeland are occupied and 88.5% of that number are owner occupied. According to the last census, 88% of the residents are white, 8.6% are black, 1.8% Asian and 1.5% are Hispanic. 20% of the white residents are reported as Irish, another 20% English, 17% German and 10% Polish. The median family income is $136,383 with 1.2% of those in the workforce unemployed. 90.7% are high school graduates and 41% report having a graduate or professional degree.

Notable residents

  • Ann Marie Doory- member, Maryland House of Delegates
  • Denise Dory- newsanchor, ABC2 News
  • Michael Middleton- Tennessee Grad., Professional Lacrosse player
  • Tom Marechek- Syracuse Grad., Professional Lacrosse player
  • Martin O'Malley- Maryland governor
  • Alec Ross (author)
  • References

    Homeland, Baltimore Wikipedia