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What’s Not To Love About Baltimore County . . .
Located in the northern part of the state and is the 64th largest county in the nation. In fact, close to 800,000 residents are proud to call Baltimore County home. The county itself does not actually include the city of Baltimore, which is nestled along the Chesapeake Bay to the south and gained independence from Baltimore County in 1851. Baltimore County encompasses 682 square miles which includes over 175 miles of shoreline. Towson is the county seat of Baltimore County and other desirable towns within the county lines are Catonsville, Perry Hall, Parkville, Lutherville-Timonium, Hunt Valley, Reisterstownm Owings Mills and Middle River to name just a few.
Diverse and Sophisticated, Baltimore County Offers Residents a Thriving Economy and High Quality of Life
Residents have access to a multitude of cultural, recreational, and employment opportunities. Jobs are plentiful, as there are over 19,500 businesses located here, including Aether Systems, Black & Decker, McCormick & Company, and Sweetheart Cup. In addition, BCO is home to the major operations of Allison Transmission, T. Rowe Price, Lockheed Martin Launching Systems, BD Biosciences and Bethlehem Steel.
Baltimore County is Well-Known for its Educational Institutions
BCO is proud to have an excellent public school system and there are a number of award-winning private schools available, providing Baltimore County students with the absolute best in educational opportunities. What’s more, there are 57 accredited institutions of higher education located here. BCO is proud to be home to the prestigious John Hopkins University, which is recognized as a world leader in medical and scientific research. The well-respected University of Maryland is also located here, and is spread out on eleven campuses throughout the county.
Natural beauty abounds in Baltimore County
There are over 175 miles of shoreline and 60 marinas located here. BCO is a great place for outdoor adventure; there are over 10,000 acres of parkland as well as the North Central Railroad Trail, a hiking and biking trail that runs all the way to Pennsylvania.
Most towns in the county provide an easy commute to the City of Baltimore within 30 minutes as well as being in close proximity to Washington, D.C. All of these factors combine to make BCO an attractive choice. No matter what your lifestyle, you are sure to find a property in BCO to fit your needs. Matthew Pivec would be pleased to show you around BCO.