Towson Below $300,000
Towson Above $300,000
Located just north of Baltimore City, Towson was settled in 1752 when two Pennsylvania brothers, William and Thomas Towson, began farming in the area. In 1854, Towson became the county seat and the courthouse, which is still in use today, was constructed.
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Towson continued to grow and is currently one of the most populated unincorporated communities in the country. Home of Towson University and Goucher College, Towson is a great place to call home. Its proximity to the Baltimore Beltway, 695, and Interstate 83 provide easy access to downtown Baltimore as well as surrounding communities and other counties.
Towson boasts some of the most beautiful tree-lined neighborhoods in the state. With such beautiful communities as Rodger's Forge, Ruxton, Wiltondale, Hampton, and Stoneleigh to call home, you will not be disappointed.