NORTH ROLAND PARK/POPLAR HILL
North Roland Park/Poplar Hill
The North Roland Park and Poplar Hill Neighborhood in Baltimore City is right on the border of the city and the Baltimore County Line and is home to a large population of white tail deer. Many of the homes are upscale and beautiful as they sit on a ridge overlooking Falls Road. Falls Road provides the neighborhood with many small businesses to frequent and provide a vibrant Main Street to those looking to support the community.
In and Around North Roland Park/Poplar Hill
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5709 ROLAND AVENUE BALTIMORE, Maryland
5 Beds 4 Baths 4,742 SqFt 1.350 Acres
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty
5715 ROLAND AVENUE BALTIMORE, Maryland
6 Beds 7 Baths 4,000 SqFt 0.420 Acres
Listing courtesy of Riley & Associates
1009 WINDING WAY BALTIMORE, Maryland
5 Beds 5 Baths 3,118 SqFt 0.570 Acres
Listing courtesy of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
900 W NORTHERN PARKWAY BALTIMORE, Maryland
5 Beds 3 Baths 3,734 SqFt 0.680 Acres
Listing courtesy of Monument Sotheby's International Realty
1103 HARRITON ROAD BALTIMORE, Maryland
5 Beds 5 Baths 2,348 SqFt 0.240 Acres
Listing courtesy of Alpha Realty, LLC.
705 SAINT GEORGES ROAD BALTIMORE, Maryland
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,471 SqFt 0.200 Acres
Listing courtesy of Cummings & Co Realtors
1116 BELLEMORE ROAD BALTIMORE, Maryland
3 Beds 4 Baths 1,725 SqFt 0.350 Acres
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Legacy
5910 ROLAND AVENUE BALTIMORE, Maryland
3 Beds 3 Baths 1,937 SqFt 0.230 Acres
Listing courtesy of Forsyth Real Estate Group
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North Roland Park / Poplar Hill, Baltimore
This community only has one zip code, 21210. The neighborhood sits on Falls Road and sits on the border of the City of Baltimore and the County of Baltimore.
Where should I eat?
North Roland Park is home to several great places to sit and eat as well as places to grab and go, and when it comes to eating on the run there may not be a better place to get food in a hurry than the Kabob Stop. The Kabob Stop is a traditional hole in the wall place that is a casual place to get traditional Indian entrees, tandoori fare, and, of course, kabobs. Here you will find the Baltimore residents raving about the tremendous service and the central location. The restaurant is open six days a week, breaking for Tuesday, and opens each day at 11am and stays open until 9:30pm, except on Friday and Saturday when they stay open an extra hour until 10:30.
If Indian food isn’t your thing or you are looking for something that can that feed everyone in your party no matter what they have a hankering for, be sure to stop by the Belvedere Towers Café which proudly serves pizza, subs, and a mix of Indian and Greek cuisine. This restaurant is as eclectic as its menu, which keeps the locals coming back time, and again to try each new item on the menu. Often referred to as a local hidden gem, this restaurant has been praised for all of their food, but especially their Indian cuisine because of the incredibly experienced cook. You can get a pizza here seven days a week, with the doors opening promptly at 10:30am each and every day. Belvedere Towers Café closes at 10pm, except on Friday and Saturday when the restaurant closes at 11pm.
If Belvedere sounds a little busy for you, and you are looking for a place that exclusively serves great pizza, you need to stop be Pepe’s Pizzeria. Here you will find traditional pizza as well as salads and subs. Pepe’s also proudly serves breakfast foods and plates for those looking for a quick meal to get the day started. The people of the North Roland Park and Poplar Hill Neighborhood call this the best pizza in town, and swear by the quality ingredients, the crispy crust, and their unique and tasty sauce. Open seven days a week from the early morning, weekdays at 6am and the weekends at 7 and 7:30am, for breakfast all the way through 10pm on Sunday and 11pm the rest of the week, if you want a hot pie late at night or a breakfast sandwich early in the morning you can’t go wrong with Pepe’s.
Are there parks nearby?
The Paw Point Dog Park ensures that whether you live in the neighborhood or you are just travelling through, you and your furry friend have a place to spend the afternoon. This place has ample room for your dog to run and a consistent swimming area for them to cool down during those humid summer days.
What is there to do?
The Roland Park Disc Golf course is proudly part of the community and if you have time to join the club you will have access to an incredible park that will give you an incredible afternoon of tossing the Frisbee around with your friends and having some friendly competition.
What places should I visit?
The Mount Washington Arboretum is home to a tremendous community of trees and other botanical life. This park is like a beautiful oasis in the middle of the city and offers several places to take pictures, go for a walk, and enjoy your lunch among the trees. This park has unique stonework and woodwork that you can’t find anywhere else in the city, county, or state. The arboretum is specific to this neighborhood and the community takes great pride in its upkeep and is one of the gems of the City of Baltimore.