Everything You Want at a Price You Can Afford
Dundalk is made up of 24 neighborhoods all with a small town feel and greater Baltimore access. There’s a home in Dundalk for everyone–and every budget. There a beautiful new open-plan construction, charming mid-century row homes, detached Cape Cods and colonials, duplexes, and more.
Live the quiet suburban life in Old Dundalk where where winding streets are dotted with old growth trees. Parks, churches, schools, and shops are minutes away by foot, bike or car.
If city living with a little extra space, check out Stanbrook, a close knit community with a strong brick row home neighborhood. Backyards hold gardens, parking, boat storage, decks, basketball hoops, kids and dogs.
Don’t just take our word for it, come explore your housing options in Dundalk. Click through our interactive map to learn more about Dundalk and it’s unique neighborhoods.
Contact us via email or call (410) 282-0261 for info about neighborhood associations and community events.
Dundalk has gorgeous parks and great restaurants on the water. Be sure to click through the interactive map and see which parks are going to be your new favorite spot!
Waterfront Views that Won’t Break the Bank
Fact: Life is Better on the Water
43 Miles of Waterfront
Half of our neighborhoods are bordered by water, and 3 have public marinas. Dundalk’s 26+ parks are yours for walking, biking, picnicking and sports. Waterfront parks offer gorgeous views–especially at sunset, fishing piers, or boat launches. Dock bars and restaurants in the area offer waterfront dining and entertainment options. Marinas serve boaters from all over. Sparrows Point Country Club offers a 27-hole waterfront golf course, a waterfront pool, some of the finest dining in Dundalk, and a 62-slip marina.
Spend the afternoon testing your balance on a stand up paddle board, grab lunch lunch at the Seasoned Mariner with your toes dipped in the sand and then check out the waterfront night life at Tiki Lees and Hard Yacht Cafe.
You’re Never Far from the Action
Dundalk’s main roads connect to the City of Baltimore, Eastern Avenue, I-695 and I-95.
MTA bus routes (4, 10 and 31) take you around Dundalk to CCBC Dundalk, Essex, and downtown Baltimore. LocalLink 62, 63 (from Johns Hopkins Bayview to Tradepoint Atlantic) and 65 have been added, and CityLink Navy connects Dundalk to several city locations. Check out MTA Schedules, and leave the car in that parking spot you don’t have in the city.