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10 Reasons Why Living in the Village of Cross Keys is an Idyllic Choice



Since it’s opening in 1965, The Village of Cross Keys has served as an escape from the bustle of Baltimore, a tucked-away community off of I-83 that offers elevated shopping, dining, and family experiences for city and county residents alike.


With 9 independent condominium residences ranging from high-rise efficiencies to 4,000 square foot townhomes with 4 to 5 bedrooms, there is something for everybody. Walking trails, 3 pools, a clubhouse and tennis courts are just some of the amenities you can enjoy as a resident here.


Want someone else to handle snow removal, garden maintenance and landscaping? Cross Keys may be the Village of your dreams.

The Residences


1.Harper House is an iconic Baltimore landmark built in 1975, and designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. The lobby has a doorman, and key fobs are needed to access the building. A great perk of Harper House is its underground parking for owners and ample guest parking is available.


2. Goodlow House is a 50 unit, six story condominium located at the top of the hill at the far north end of Cross Keys. Units boast large rooms and range in size from one to three bedrooms–most have a large balcony.


3. One Hamill Court is a 40 unit, five story condominium located at the south end of Cross Keys. The building contains one, two and three bedroom units. Each unit has a designated parking spot, with amble parking for visitors.


4. Condo 1 encompasses 98 mid-century modern townhomes. Located on the north side of the Village of Cross Keys, each unit opens onto both a front and back patio. Beautiful trees and flowering shrubs in the common areas enhance the landscaping throughout.


5. Dunn’s Grove is a well-landscaped community of garden-style condominium apartments spread over five buildings of three levels each. One of the three swimming pools in Cross Keys is located adjacent to the Dunn’s Grove property. There is also a nature trail and a butterfly garden.


6. Roland Mews is a 17-unit condominium association of attached houses, grouped in 4 clusters around 3 cul-de-sacs. Each home has a front courtyard and either a back deck or patio. The homes feature floor to ceiling windows on the first and second floors, affording lush views of the beautifully manicured, mature landscaping. Each home has 4 to 5 bedrooms and 4+ bathrooms.


7. Fallswood I is a condominium with 81 residential units near the southern end of the Village of Cross Keys. The units are in 3 story buildings and they range in sizes from studio to three bedrooms. Many units have covered parking.


8. Fallswood II is a community at the extreme south end of the Village of Cross Keys comprised of 11 garden apartment buildings each of which contains six units.


9. Roland Green was built in 1998. It has 16 attached houses, grouped in three clusters. Even though the houses look the same on the outside, they have custom floor plans on the inside. The houses are approximately 4000 square feet and feature a primary bedroom on the first floor where the living area is. Each house has two extra bedrooms on the upper floor and a finished basement. Each house has a patio or deck in the rear and an attached two-car garage, with ample guest parking on the street.


It gets even better


10. And as if The Village of Cross Keys wasn’t already a great place to live, revitalization is underway! Caves Valley Partners is unlocking the potential of Cross Keys. A fresh, updated look and a curated collection of tenants will solidify Cross Keys as Baltimore’s destination for shopping, dining, and gathering.


“We are excited to reinvigorate this iconic location with new and unique restaurants, cafes, boutiques, services, offices, and upscale living.”

The Whit Harvey Group has handled several Cross Keys residences over the years. Call us today to see what might be coming soon.


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