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Located 10 miles from the heart of Baltimore, Rosedale is an unincorporated suburb in Baltimore County. Convenient transportation options, excellent schools, easy access to downtown Baltimore and affordable real estate make Rosedale an attractive option for families and singles.
A waterfront area, Rosedale has a relaxed community feel and a diverse culture. Many homes built before the Civil War still stand in the area. Locals love to escape here from the city bustle while still having access to entertainment options in Rosedale.
As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Rosedale, MD is $766 for a studio, $996 for one bedroom, $1,100 for two bedrooms, and $1,748 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Rosedale has increased by 8.7% in the past year.
On Pulaski Highway, part of Route 40, you'll find plenty of establishments to fulfill your cravings for seafood, sweet treats or cold beer and pub grub.
For a true dive bar experience in a relaxing atmosphere, head to Dick's Famous Halfway Inn on Philadelphia Road. Catch the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoons while you enjoy a beer and some typical bar grub, or meet up with some friends for a few games of pool. You won't find draft beer here though, since they only serve bottled beers.
Five miles away from Rosedale, Mr. Bill's Terrace Inn on Eastern Boulevard serves up some of the state's best seafood selections, including succulent jumbo lump crab cakes, steamed shrimp or cream of crab soup. Try some of Mr. Bill's light fare such as clam strips or crab toast. To experience a true Maryland favorite, crack open some famous Maryland crabs with Old Bay seasoning. Round off your meal with cheesecake or hot apple pie and ice cream. Mr Bill's also has a casual sports bar lounge for happy hour specials and pool games.
Hazelwood Inn on Hazelwood Avenue provides a charming, unpretentious setting that's old-fashioned and refined all at the same time. Sip a martini at the bar, or enjoy a full meal of lamb chops and mashed potatoes or crab-stuffed tilapia. Need banquet facilities for a special occasion? Hazelwood Inn has you covered for 20 to 90 people. Also enjoy late-night dining and takeout here when your stomach is growling past bedtime.
Have a craving for decadent glazed donuts to go with your morning coffee or need a fabulous birthday cake for that special someone? Locals love Crumbs Galore Bakery on Pulaski Highway for their sweet treats that include chocolate marshmallow fingers and apple turnovers. Crumbs Galore may appear to be a hole in the wall, but don't let the small exterior appearance fool you Grab a few just-like-Mom-made pastries and take a trip down memory lane in this old-fashioned bakery.
Rosedale Attractions and Shows, a local family-owned and operated carnival, offers at least five shows in the Rosedale area and surrounding areas April through October.
Many Polish and German immigrants came to reside in Rosedale in the late 19th century. Originally a farming community, the area began to see suburban development after World War II. In 1789, George Washington was carried to his inauguration in New York by what is now State Route 7 running through Rosedale.
Rosedale's convenient location close to Baltimore enables residents to enjoy many museums and art events. Less than 10 miles away, the American Visionary Art Museum and the Baltimore Civil War Museum await your visit, among many other museums. In the summer, Rosedale locals enjoy Artscape, American's largest free arts festival.
Whether you prefer to get around by car, bike or walking you won't have a problem thanks to the neighborhood's simple and convenient transportation choices. Philadelphia Road and several roads around Interstate 95 are bicycle-friendly, and you'll find a designated bike lane on Route 40 all the way through the neighborhood. Easy access to Interstate 95, the Baltimore Beltway and Route 40 make getting to downtown Baltimore, the Inner Harbor and surrounding counties a snap.
Maryland Transportation Authority runs several routes through Rosedale, including the 35 and the 55. You can flag down a cab on Route 40, but not on the residential streets. Uber also services the area if you need a ride.
The cost of living here in Rosedale sits at 7 percent higher than that of Baltimore. A one-bedroom apartment typically costs $700 per month.You can expect to pay about $4 for a draft beer at the local pub, and a local one-way trip on the MTA costs $1.60. Gas prices here average about 8 percent lower than the national average cost.
A short drive from specialty grocery items to necessities, Rosedale offers shopping convenience. Just 15 minutes away, White Marsh Mall on Honeygo Boulevard provides a place for locals to shop. Bus service also makes it easy to get to the mall, where stores including Macy's, Fire & Ice, and The Gap offer tempting shopping deals.
If you're remodeling, Capitol Floor Preparations literally has you covered. The company works with the major general/floor covering contractors throughout the area, including commercial and industrial as well as residential projects. Call them for major floor preparations and substrate repairs, outdoor concrete steps, patios and driveways, or portable shotblast cleaning on your floors.
Residents in need of specialty food items for Filipino dishes and culinary creations visit Philippine Oriental Foods on Philadelphia Road and Chesaco Avenue. In business for over 20 years, the store specializes in hard-to-find grocery items, such as calamansi. Locals also enjoy expertly cooked Filipino delicacies, such as baked sea bass, lechón, lumpia and adobo. Philippine Oriental Foods also offers patrons balikbayan box services and travel assistance services.
For necessities, locals don't have to go very far. At Kenwood Shopping Center, you can get a quick manicure, haircut and a bite at Bill Bateman's. Do your grocery shopping at Giant or Walmart located just off of 695, or shop at ALDI on Pulaski Highway for discount groceries.
Rosedale residents care about physical activity, and plenty of free parks surround the area so you can get in your running and walking time.
Small in size, Rosedale Park on Old Philadelphia Road lets you and your leashed pet to get some exercise. Have a picnic lunch or go for a run at Moore's Run Park just outside of Interstate 95. Residents enjoy this pocket of green for community get-togethers and family fun. Just outside of Rosedale, Holt Park off of Kenwood Avenue offers a small, quiet spot to walk your dog or take in some scenic beauty and fresh air.
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