This article is sponsored by Maryland Injury Guys, the personal injury lawyers in Graceland Park. Discover what this quaint little neighborhood has to offer for its local residents and visiting guests.
Graceland Park is a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. It's located approximately at 39.17 degrees north latitude and 76.32 degrees west longitude, thus making it part of southeastern Baltimore. Some houses in the Graceland Park neighborhood sit right on the Baltimore City and County line. According to John McGrain, a historian and Baltimore County planner, the community was plotted as early as 1917. However, development in Graceland Park didn't start until the 1940s. Once known as German Hill, the community of Graceland Park was settles by Polish immigrants to the area.
Based on the information presented on the website City-Data.com, the total population of Graceland Park, Maryland is 2,392. There's a population density of 7,735 people per square mile. The racial makeup of this neighborhood is:
The median income of households in Graceland Park is $51,769. 82% of the residents in the area own their homes. The average home value in this area is $167,257. Some of the listings currently range from $150,000 to $375,000.
Families with children living in the neighborhood of Graceland Park, MD, are zoned for these three schools in the Baltimore County Public Schools System. Children in pre-kindergarten to third grade must attend Norwood Elementary School or Graceland Park/O'Donnell Heights Elementary School. From fourth to eighth grade, students go to Holabird Middle School. High schoolers attend Dundalk High Schools. The website GreatSchools gives the schools a rating of a four, a three, a three, and a two, respectively. These are all out of 10. There are 481 students enrolled at Norwood Elementary, 477 students at Graceland Park/O'Donnell Heights Elementary, 948 students at Holabird Middle, and 1,596 students at Dundalk High.
Because Graceland Park is small, not many activities and attractions are found in this neighborhood. Residents have to go to nearby Dundalk and Baltimore City if they want to go shopping or have some fun. However, there are places in Graceland Park that provide residents and visitors to the area with local drinks and cuisines. Zam Zam Kabab Karahi is a Halal restaurant on Bushey St. Within the same plaza is Joe's Tavern. On German Hii Rd. is Playbook Sports Bar & Lounge. This is a great place for residents to dance and eat. Another cool spot to hang out is the Holabird Bar & Liquor on Dundalk Ave. The bar has a pool table for guests to play. Looking to get outside into some parks? Frankford, MD has quite a few to explore.
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