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Caton House
417 Wheaton Pl
Catonsville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,419
1000 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,549
1200 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,914
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:23 PM
Luxurious living minutes from Baltimore City and Inner Harbor; close to BWI Airport. Community has a swimming pool and on-site laundry. Premium hardwood flooring, modern appliances and air conditioning in every unit.
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8 Units Available
Oella Mill
840 Oella Ave
Catonsville, MD
Studio
$1,970
590 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,172
894 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,199
976 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:53 PM
These apartments are in a historic building dating back to 1918. Apartments feature exposed brick walls, large, factory-style windows, and designer kitchens. Two-level fitness center, lounge and observation deck provided. Fantastic views.
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8 Units Available
Mount Ridge Apartments
201 S Symington Ave
Catonsville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,130
677 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,225
865 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:53 PM
This community is convenient to the Short Line Trail, South Paradise Avenue and I-695. Units are recently renovated and feature either a patio or balcony. Community features include volleyball court and on-site laundry.
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10 Units Available
Montrose Manor
28 Montrose Manor Ct
Catonsville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,399
925 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,529
1075 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 12:02 PM
Close to Baltimore attractions like Inner Harbor and Camden Yards; also conveniently near BWI airport and University of Maryland Medical Center. Patio or balcony in every pet-friendly unit, along with laundry and fully-equipped kitchen.
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1 Unit Available
Cedar Run Apartments
407 Cedar Run Pl
Catonsville, MD
Studio
$947
347 sqft
Last updated August 31 at 11:52 PM
Pricing and availability subject to change\n\nWelcome Home. We offer studio, one, one bedroom with den, and two bedroom apartments for rent.
1 Unit Available
101 N Rolling Rd
101 South Rolling Road
Catonsville, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
900 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:22 PM
2 bed / 1 bath apartment in historic Catonsville home on the 2nd floor. Hardwood floors throughout entire apartment. Has screened in balcony. High ceilings. Spacious living room and dining room. Basic kitchen with refrigerator and stove.
1 Unit Available
503 Academy Road
503 Academy Road
Catonsville, MD
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:49 PM
Perfect for families! Stunning new home with modern details, natural light and top of the line appliances. Off street parking and huge yard in desirable Academy Heights neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
6201 FREDERICK RD #1ST FLOOR
6201 Frederick Road
Catonsville, MD
1 Bedroom
$795
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
Virtual Tour Available...Clean & private apartment in Catonsville! .3 miles to Catonsville Trail, .7 miles to shopping and historic downtown Catonsville.
1 Unit Available
5 KENWOOD AVENUE
5 Kenwood Avenue
Catonsville, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
2622 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
2 bed 1 bath apartment in the heart of Catonsville! Brand new carpet, fresh paint, large closets for great storage. Best of all utilities are included! On site shared laudry.
1 Unit Available
1889 NORHURST WAY N
1889 Norhurst Way North
Catonsville, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1944 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
Entertain family and friends in style in this beautifully updated townhome! Nestled in the lovely Garywood community in the heart of Catonsville, this spacious home boasts an open kitchen, dining & living area.
1 Unit Available
412 Maiden Choice Lane
412 Maiden Choice Lane
Catonsville, MD
Studio
$1,900
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Absolute GEM!!! - HUGE 4 bedroom 2 full bath single family home in Catonsville.
1 Unit Available
9 Briarwood Rd
9 Briarwood Road
Catonsville, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1504 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated April 4 at 07:32 AM
View this beautifully renovated home located in Catonsville, MD.
1 Unit Available
119 N SYMINGTON
119 North Symington Avenue
Catonsville, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,775
Last updated March 23 at 06:37 PM
PRISTINE AND PERFECT. CLOSE TO UMBC. RENOVATED KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS. HARDWOOD FLOORS. GARAGE AND PARKING PAD. SCREENED IN BACK PORCH WITH ELECTRIC. FULL BATH IN BASEMENT. LAWN CARE INCLUDED. APPLY AT LONG AND FOSTER SITE.
1 Unit Available
5219 Old Frederick Rd
5219 Old Frederick Road
Catonsville, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1140 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
Catonsville Hidden Gem - Charming 3 level brick town home with separate dining room. Freshly painted and move in ready. Partially finished walkout basement and spacious backyard. To apply, go to www.farmerpm.
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2 Units Available
Westview Commons
1001 Ingleside Avenue
Baltimore, MD
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$965
728 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:35 PM
Westview Commons offers apartment home living in a lovely, established neighborhood in Baltimore County. Just off of 695 at Route 40, Westview Commons is located close to both Catonsville Community College and UMBC.
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6 Units Available
Strawberry Hill
1546 Ingleside Ave
Woodlawn, MD
Studio
$860
416 sqft
1 Bedroom
$990
745 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,125
896 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:03 PM
Prime location in private Woodlawn neighborhood close to I-70, I-695 and Route 40. Spacious apartments with large, open floor plans. Complex features playground, BBQ/picnic area and on-site laundry.
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12 Units Available
Ellicott Grove Apartments
3005 Oak Green Cir
Ellicott City, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,555
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,655
967 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:53 PM
Near downtown Baltimore, these apartment homes boast spacious layouts, in-home laundry and plentiful closet space. Community amenities include a pool, a gym and a fire pit. Just off Baltimore National Pike, minutes from Columbia Pike.
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1 Unit Available
Edmondson Park
1661 Forest Park Avenue
Woodlawn, MD
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,122
810 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:53 PM
Edmondson Park Apartments is located at 7900 Brookford Circle Pikesville, MD and is managed by David S. Brown Enterprises, a reputable property management company with verified listings on RENTCafe.
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4 Units Available
Colony Hill Apartments And Townhomes
24 Colony Hill Ct
Arbutus, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,149
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 04:53 PM
Roomy living accommodations with private backyards, lots of kitchen space and stylish hardwood flooring. Complex offers laundry facilities and off-street parking. Located near the interchange of I-95 and I-695.
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12 Units Available
Oaklee Village
1001 Arion Park Rd
Baltimore, MD | Oaklee
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$780
606 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$940
715 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 12:34 PM
Pet-friendly one- and two-bedroom apartments include updated kitchens and bathrooms, hardwood floors and ceiling fans. Enjoy amenities such as garage parking, on-site laundry and 24-hour maintenance. Easy access to I-95 and I-695.
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2 Units Available
Rock Glen Apartments
109 N Rock Glen Rd
Baltimore, MD | Westgate
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$910
665 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 12:02 PM
Elegantly landscaped property located near schools. Air-conditioned units feature patio/balcony and kitchen appliances including dishwasher and garbage disposal. Business center, on-site laundry facilities, and 24-hour maintenance.
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1 Unit Available
Williston Apartments & Townhomes
5364 Jamestowne Court
Baltimore, MD | Westgate
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,370
1062 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Williston Apartments & Townhomes are located in Baltimore City. Williston's community offers 2 bedroom apartments as well as 2-3 bedroom townhomes.
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9 Units Available
Caral Gardens
402 Colleen Rd
Baltimore, MD | Yale Heights
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$925
953 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Caral Gardens is a garden-style community offering a residential environment, and excellent customer service. We offer 1 and 2 bedroom apartments as well as 2 bedroom townhomes to fit your growing needs.
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6 Units Available
Jamestowne Apartments & Townhomes
5364 Jamestowne Ct
Baltimore, MD | Westgate
Studio
$900
513 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,105
1026 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Jamestowne Apartments & Townhomes are located in Baltimore City surrounded by scenic wooded views. This community features studio apartments and 2-3 Bedroom Townhomes. Don't hesitate! Check out what Jamestowne has to offer today!
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Apartment Rentals in Catonsville start at $750/month.
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While some Catonsville properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Catonsville properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Catonsville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Towson University, Baltimore City Community College, University of Baltimore, and Coppin State University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Catonsville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Towson University, Baltimore City Community College, University of Baltimore, and Coppin State University.

City Guide

Catonsville
Well you know I went to Baltimore /So confident and wise / [...] /And let them see these things you see / And hear the words you say -- From "Baltimore" by Lyle Lovett
Well you know I went to Baltimore /So confident and wise / [...] /And let them see these things you see / And hear the words you say -- From "Baltimore" by Lyle Lovett

If there are any words to say about what you see in Baltimore, they should be about how confident and wise you are about your decision to move there. Catonsville, Maryland is just nine short miles from Baltimore, sandwiched between Woodlawn to the North and Arbutus to the South East. Somehow, though, Catonsville still manages to stand out as a premier residential and business hub. Despite its modest size, this town has been able to pack itself into 13 small communities, making it the 17th largest Maryland community.

Having trouble with Craigslist Catonsville? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Finding Your Next Apartment

When looking for a house to rent in Catonsville, one way of going about it is to fork out enough monies for the dailies and peruse through the classified sections. There is a lot that Catonsville has to offer when it comes to renting big family-oriented houses. So, if you are looking for a small condo or studio apartment to store your junk, then just be in the know that it is easier for one to take French leave and still retain their job than to find one bedroom apartments for rent in Catonsville. Premier apartments in Catonsville do exist all right, but not in decent numbers.

Another avenue one can take to get a house is to hire a realtor. They are all over the Internet these days, popping up at you even when you click unsubscribe! Butif the idea of paying a broker sends chills to your pocketsis to use the many free online apartment locators.

How much will it cost?

Prices in Catsonville vary widely, from inexpensive for a one bedroom apartment, to paying through the nose for a house where meals can be delivered on a conveyor belt if you so wish. Take a look at your bank account, and choose accordingly.

When to rent

There is nothing more gratifying than having a roof over one’s head. Pretty underrated pieces of construction, no? Even though Catonsville is a small town with huge houses, it doesn’t mean people looking for smaller units have no luck. There are quite a number, although many people looking for smaller units would really like bigger places, but don't want to fork out the cash. Getting places for rent in Catonsville is always going to be a cut-throat affair, more so because there's a university nearby.

What you will need

When looking for residential property, it is recommended that you be ready to the last gaiter button if you want to avoid going on a fool’s errand. Moving houses is akin to a heart transplant: Its no free kick! Everything has to be ready before you begin. So have the deposit and any other critical documents you might need ready, including a pen to sign the lease. Smart renters cut this process in half by getting their credit records, employer's note, paycheck, and current landlord’s referral on the ready. Then they avoid making foul weather when meeting landlords for the first time.

Finding Your Next Apartment
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When looking for a house to rent in Catonsville, one way of going about it is to fork out enough monies for the dailies and peruse through the classified sections. There is a lot that Catonsville has to offer when it comes to renting big family-oriented houses. So, if you are looking for a small condo or studio apartment to store your junk, then just be in the know that it is easier for one to take French leave and still retain their job than to find one bedroom apartments for rent in Catonsville. Premier apartments in Catonsville do exist all right, but not in decent numbers.

Another avenue one can take to get a house is to hire a realtor. They are all over the Internet these days, popping up at you even when you click unsubscribe! Butif the idea of paying a broker sends chills to your pocketsis to use the many free online apartment locators.

How much will it cost?

Prices in Catsonville vary widely, from inexpensive for a one bedroom apartment, to paying through the nose for a house where meals can be delivered on a conveyor belt if you so wish. Take a look at your bank account, and choose accordingly.

When to rent

There is nothing more gratifying than having a roof over one’s head. Pretty underrated pieces of construction, no? Even though Catonsville is a small town with huge houses, it doesn’t mean people looking for smaller units have no luck. There are quite a number, although many people looking for smaller units would really like bigger places, but don't want to fork out the cash. Getting places for rent in Catonsville is always going to be a cut-throat affair, more so because there's a university nearby.

What you will need

When looking for residential property, it is recommended that you be ready to the last gaiter button if you want to avoid going on a fool’s errand. Moving houses is akin to a heart transplant: Its no free kick! Everything has to be ready before you begin. So have the deposit and any other critical documents you might need ready, including a pen to sign the lease. Smart renters cut this process in half by getting their credit records, employer's note, paycheck, and current landlord’s referral on the ready. Then they avoid making foul weather when meeting landlords for the first time.

Neighborhoods In Catonsville

The following are the different neighborhoods where one can get a house to rent. The number of $'s at the end of each description denote rental prices for the different neighborhoods.

Catonsville Heights: Expect old, well maintained houses, but only if you manage to crack the 0.0 percent vacancy rate. Commuters have the choice to walk, drive, or take the train or bus to work. Average time taken getting to work is about half an hour.

Bloomsbury: Here landlords wish to relieve you of only a relatively small amount each month. In exchange, they allow you to enjoy life in their decently sized family homes and townhomes. The only catch is the lousy vacancy rate at 1.9 percent. Sigh. Blame the urban sophisticates--they just love the smell of coffee in this place. The daily grinds, indeed.

237 Ridgeway: This neighborhood boasts large single-family homes and townhomes. The vacancy rate of 2.6 percent means you will have to sweat it out with others to pay the moderate rents demanded by landlords here. If you love cars, then be ready. Everyone seems to have them, four or five per house. You might even spot David Hasselhoff’s Knight Rider car.

Thistle: Rental prices in this neighborhood are inexpensive, which is a big deal if you’re trying to save for college. For your money, you get a 3-bedroom or even a 5-bedroom family townhome. If you are that lucky sperm that gets the egg, expect a big city life full of expensive SUVs and beautiful greenery. What a combo!

Town Center: Because this seems to be the heart of Catonsville, landlords are able to jack up the prices--and people pay them. Hello? The vacancy rate is close to zero. Yup, barely a single absent rental unit. Yikes! Renters here get to enjoy old but generously sized family homes or apartments, and work-related commutes of about 30 minutes.

Colonial Gardens: Landlords here have high demands, but in exchange they will let you put up in a medium-sized house or smaller unit. If you are not ready to make your house search a dice game, then forget it. You will need to convince the 2.0 percent vacancy rate that you are worth it.

Belmont: Here you get to live in a medium-sized or large family home. The vacancy rate is higher than the rest of the city. Renters get to pick any of the many different modes of transport, including walking. Hooray!

Harristown: For the kind of tiny monthly rent charged in this place, you can get two and a half Tri-burgers at the Homestead Steakhouse in Boca Raton and spend your nights in the cold. Alternatively, you can enjoy either a medium-sized family home or apartment in this neighborhood. It is commuter-friendly due to its average daily commuting time of 30 minutes. With the exception of commercial jumbo jets, every other means to travel can be arranged, be it two-wheelers, four-wheelers, two-legged, or multi-wheeled.

Edmondson Ridge: Rent in this neighborhood hovers around average for the city, and for that you get to spend time in a medium-sized house at most.

Malbrook Rd: Landlords in this neighborhood offer medium-sized houses or smaller units. Most are rowhouses and attached homes. The 4.1 percent vacancy rate is higher than average, so you have some options if you decide to end up here.

Neighborhoods In Catonsville
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The following are the different neighborhoods where one can get a house to rent. The number of $'s at the end of each description denote rental prices for the different neighborhoods.

Catonsville Heights: Expect old, well maintained houses, but only if you manage to crack the 0.0 percent vacancy rate. Commuters have the choice to walk, drive, or take the train or bus to work. Average time taken getting to work is about half an hour.

Bloomsbury: Here landlords wish to relieve you of only a relatively small amount each month. In exchange, they allow you to enjoy life in their decently sized family homes and townhomes. The only catch is the lousy vacancy rate at 1.9 percent. Sigh. Blame the urban sophisticates--they just love the smell of coffee in this place. The daily grinds, indeed.

237 Ridgeway: This neighborhood boasts large single-family homes and townhomes. The vacancy rate of 2.6 percent means you will have to sweat it out with others to pay the moderate rents demanded by landlords here. If you love cars, then be ready. Everyone seems to have them, four or five per house. You might even spot David Hasselhoff’s Knight Rider car.

Thistle: Rental prices in this neighborhood are inexpensive, which is a big deal if you’re trying to save for college. For your money, you get a 3-bedroom or even a 5-bedroom family townhome. If you are that lucky sperm that gets the egg, expect a big city life full of expensive SUVs and beautiful greenery. What a combo!

Town Center: Because this seems to be the heart of Catonsville, landlords are able to jack up the prices--and people pay them. Hello? The vacancy rate is close to zero. Yup, barely a single absent rental unit. Yikes! Renters here get to enjoy old but generously sized family homes or apartments, and work-related commutes of about 30 minutes.

Colonial Gardens: Landlords here have high demands, but in exchange they will let you put up in a medium-sized house or smaller unit. If you are not ready to make your house search a dice game, then forget it. You will need to convince the 2.0 percent vacancy rate that you are worth it.

Belmont: Here you get to live in a medium-sized or large family home. The vacancy rate is higher than the rest of the city. Renters get to pick any of the many different modes of transport, including walking. Hooray!

Harristown: For the kind of tiny monthly rent charged in this place, you can get two and a half Tri-burgers at the Homestead Steakhouse in Boca Raton and spend your nights in the cold. Alternatively, you can enjoy either a medium-sized family home or apartment in this neighborhood. It is commuter-friendly due to its average daily commuting time of 30 minutes. With the exception of commercial jumbo jets, every other means to travel can be arranged, be it two-wheelers, four-wheelers, two-legged, or multi-wheeled.

Edmondson Ridge: Rent in this neighborhood hovers around average for the city, and for that you get to spend time in a medium-sized house at most.

Malbrook Rd: Landlords in this neighborhood offer medium-sized houses or smaller units. Most are rowhouses and attached homes. The 4.1 percent vacancy rate is higher than average, so you have some options if you decide to end up here.

Cantonville Lifestyle

For starters, Catonsville transport is quite dependable. The road and train network are sufficient. It’s a fact because no one has openly complained. Most people like everywhere else in the U.S. love to drive their cars. But other means like the train, bus, cycling, and even walking are loved by the local citizenry.

Catonsvillians like festivities that bring people together. For example, ever since 1947 yes, yes, when the last Homo Habilis was on its deathbed Catonsville has been famous for its elaborate Independence Day celebrations. Beginning with a kid fun-day, then moving over to a parade in the afternoon and fireworks in the night, there is no staying indoors that day. So get ready with that foldable seat, because if 60,000 are often in attendance, then youll be expected there, too. There is also the Catonsville Rails to Trails, where healthy living through fun activities on a piece of land formerly owned by a Baltimore street-car company, is a big deal. There are many more community-organized activities, like cleanup days, where you get to pick up that train ticket you threw last week.

Catonsville also boasts of a couple of educational institutions. The city hosts University of Maryland, Baltimore County, which was awarded $85 million in 2006 and $10 million in 1990 towards research. And because of that, tech firms have infested the city to tap each and every penny that was awarded. The Community College of Baltimore County also has a presence in Catonsville.

Being a town of urban sophisticates, it should also go without saying that clubbing, eateries, arts, and flashy things thrive here like locusts in a cornfield. So, if this is your thing, or occasionally so, then consider yourself served.

If you are contemplating a move to Catonsville and still delaying your decision, perhaps your best move would be to visit the city and see for yourself.

Cantonville Lifestyle
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For starters, Catonsville transport is quite dependable. The road and train network are sufficient. It’s a fact because no one has openly complained. Most people like everywhere else in the U.S. love to drive their cars. But other means like the train, bus, cycling, and even walking are loved by the local citizenry.

Catonsvillians like festivities that bring people together. For example, ever since 1947 yes, yes, when the last Homo Habilis was on its deathbed Catonsville has been famous for its elaborate Independence Day celebrations. Beginning with a kid fun-day, then moving over to a parade in the afternoon and fireworks in the night, there is no staying indoors that day. So get ready with that foldable seat, because if 60,000 are often in attendance, then youll be expected there, too. There is also the Catonsville Rails to Trails, where healthy living through fun activities on a piece of land formerly owned by a Baltimore street-car company, is a big deal. There are many more community-organized activities, like cleanup days, where you get to pick up that train ticket you threw last week.

Catonsville also boasts of a couple of educational institutions. The city hosts University of Maryland, Baltimore County, which was awarded $85 million in 2006 and $10 million in 1990 towards research. And because of that, tech firms have infested the city to tap each and every penny that was awarded. The Community College of Baltimore County also has a presence in Catonsville.

Being a town of urban sophisticates, it should also go without saying that clubbing, eateries, arts, and flashy things thrive here like locusts in a cornfield. So, if this is your thing, or occasionally so, then consider yourself served.

If you are contemplating a move to Catonsville and still delaying your decision, perhaps your best move would be to visit the city and see for yourself.

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Catonsville
Well you know I went to Baltimore /So confident and wise / [...] /And let them see these things you see / And hear the words you say -- From "Baltimore" by Lyle Lovett
Well you know I went to Baltimore /So confident and wise / [...] /And let them see these things you see / And hear the words you say -- From "Baltimore" by Lyle Lovett

If there are any words to say about what you see in Baltimore, they should be about how confident and wise you are about your decision to move there. Catonsville, Maryland is just nine short miles from Baltimore, sandwiched between Woodlawn to the North and Arbutus to the South East. Somehow, though, Catonsville still manages to stand out as a premier residential and business hub. Despite its modest size, this town has been able to pack itself into 13 small communities, making it the 17th largest Maryland community.

Having trouble with Craigslist Catonsville? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Finding Your Next Apartment

When looking for a house to rent in Catonsville, one way of going about it is to fork out enough monies for the dailies and peruse through the classified sections. There is a lot that Catonsville has to offer when it comes to renting big family-oriented houses. So, if you are looking for a small condo or studio apartment to store your junk, then just be in the know that it is easier for one to take French leave and still retain their job than to find one bedroom apartments for rent in Catonsville. Premier apartments in Catonsville do exist all right, but not in decent numbers.

Another avenue one can take to get a house is to hire a realtor. They are all over the Internet these days, popping up at you even when you click unsubscribe! Butif the idea of paying a broker sends chills to your pocketsis to use the many free online apartment locators.

How much will it cost?

Prices in Catsonville vary widely, from inexpensive for a one bedroom apartment, to paying through the nose for a house where meals can be delivered on a conveyor belt if you so wish. Take a look at your bank account, and choose accordingly.

When to rent

There is nothing more gratifying than having a roof over one’s head. Pretty underrated pieces of construction, no? Even though Catonsville is a small town with huge houses, it doesn’t mean people looking for smaller units have no luck. There are quite a number, although many people looking for smaller units would really like bigger places, but don't want to fork out the cash. Getting places for rent in Catonsville is always going to be a cut-throat affair, more so because there's a university nearby.

What you will need

When looking for residential property, it is recommended that you be ready to the last gaiter button if you want to avoid going on a fool’s errand. Moving houses is akin to a heart transplant: Its no free kick! Everything has to be ready before you begin. So have the deposit and any other critical documents you might need ready, including a pen to sign the lease. Smart renters cut this process in half by getting their credit records, employer's note, paycheck, and current landlord’s referral on the ready. Then they avoid making foul weather when meeting landlords for the first time.

Finding Your Next Apartment
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When looking for a house to rent in Catonsville, one way of going about it is to fork out enough monies for the dailies and peruse through the classified sections. There is a lot that Catonsville has to offer when it comes to renting big family-oriented houses. So, if you are looking for a small condo or studio apartment to store your junk, then just be in the know that it is easier for one to take French leave and still retain their job than to find one bedroom apartments for rent in Catonsville. Premier apartments in Catonsville do exist all right, but not in decent numbers.

Another avenue one can take to get a house is to hire a realtor. They are all over the Internet these days, popping up at you even when you click unsubscribe! Butif the idea of paying a broker sends chills to your pocketsis to use the many free online apartment locators.

How much will it cost?

Prices in Catsonville vary widely, from inexpensive for a one bedroom apartment, to paying through the nose for a house where meals can be delivered on a conveyor belt if you so wish. Take a look at your bank account, and choose accordingly.

When to rent

There is nothing more gratifying than having a roof over one’s head. Pretty underrated pieces of construction, no? Even though Catonsville is a small town with huge houses, it doesn’t mean people looking for smaller units have no luck. There are quite a number, although many people looking for smaller units would really like bigger places, but don't want to fork out the cash. Getting places for rent in Catonsville is always going to be a cut-throat affair, more so because there's a university nearby.

What you will need

When looking for residential property, it is recommended that you be ready to the last gaiter button if you want to avoid going on a fool’s errand. Moving houses is akin to a heart transplant: Its no free kick! Everything has to be ready before you begin. So have the deposit and any other critical documents you might need ready, including a pen to sign the lease. Smart renters cut this process in half by getting their credit records, employer's note, paycheck, and current landlord’s referral on the ready. Then they avoid making foul weather when meeting landlords for the first time.

Neighborhoods In Catonsville

The following are the different neighborhoods where one can get a house to rent. The number of $'s at the end of each description denote rental prices for the different neighborhoods.

Catonsville Heights: Expect old, well maintained houses, but only if you manage to crack the 0.0 percent vacancy rate. Commuters have the choice to walk, drive, or take the train or bus to work. Average time taken getting to work is about half an hour.

Bloomsbury: Here landlords wish to relieve you of only a relatively small amount each month. In exchange, they allow you to enjoy life in their decently sized family homes and townhomes. The only catch is the lousy vacancy rate at 1.9 percent. Sigh. Blame the urban sophisticates--they just love the smell of coffee in this place. The daily grinds, indeed.

237 Ridgeway: This neighborhood boasts large single-family homes and townhomes. The vacancy rate of 2.6 percent means you will have to sweat it out with others to pay the moderate rents demanded by landlords here. If you love cars, then be ready. Everyone seems to have them, four or five per house. You might even spot David Hasselhoff’s Knight Rider car.

Thistle: Rental prices in this neighborhood are inexpensive, which is a big deal if you’re trying to save for college. For your money, you get a 3-bedroom or even a 5-bedroom family townhome. If you are that lucky sperm that gets the egg, expect a big city life full of expensive SUVs and beautiful greenery. What a combo!

Town Center: Because this seems to be the heart of Catonsville, landlords are able to jack up the prices--and people pay them. Hello? The vacancy rate is close to zero. Yup, barely a single absent rental unit. Yikes! Renters here get to enjoy old but generously sized family homes or apartments, and work-related commutes of about 30 minutes.

Colonial Gardens: Landlords here have high demands, but in exchange they will let you put up in a medium-sized house or smaller unit. If you are not ready to make your house search a dice game, then forget it. You will need to convince the 2.0 percent vacancy rate that you are worth it.

Belmont: Here you get to live in a medium-sized or large family home. The vacancy rate is higher than the rest of the city. Renters get to pick any of the many different modes of transport, including walking. Hooray!

Harristown: For the kind of tiny monthly rent charged in this place, you can get two and a half Tri-burgers at the Homestead Steakhouse in Boca Raton and spend your nights in the cold. Alternatively, you can enjoy either a medium-sized family home or apartment in this neighborhood. It is commuter-friendly due to its average daily commuting time of 30 minutes. With the exception of commercial jumbo jets, every other means to travel can be arranged, be it two-wheelers, four-wheelers, two-legged, or multi-wheeled.

Edmondson Ridge: Rent in this neighborhood hovers around average for the city, and for that you get to spend time in a medium-sized house at most.

Malbrook Rd: Landlords in this neighborhood offer medium-sized houses or smaller units. Most are rowhouses and attached homes. The 4.1 percent vacancy rate is higher than average, so you have some options if you decide to end up here.

Neighborhoods In Catonsville
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The following are the different neighborhoods where one can get a house to rent. The number of $'s at the end of each description denote rental prices for the different neighborhoods.

Catonsville Heights: Expect old, well maintained houses, but only if you manage to crack the 0.0 percent vacancy rate. Commuters have the choice to walk, drive, or take the train or bus to work. Average time taken getting to work is about half an hour.

Bloomsbury: Here landlords wish to relieve you of only a relatively small amount each month. In exchange, they allow you to enjoy life in their decently sized family homes and townhomes. The only catch is the lousy vacancy rate at 1.9 percent. Sigh. Blame the urban sophisticates--they just love the smell of coffee in this place. The daily grinds, indeed.

237 Ridgeway: This neighborhood boasts large single-family homes and townhomes. The vacancy rate of 2.6 percent means you will have to sweat it out with others to pay the moderate rents demanded by landlords here. If you love cars, then be ready. Everyone seems to have them, four or five per house. You might even spot David Hasselhoff’s Knight Rider car.

Thistle: Rental prices in this neighborhood are inexpensive, which is a big deal if you’re trying to save for college. For your money, you get a 3-bedroom or even a 5-bedroom family townhome. If you are that lucky sperm that gets the egg, expect a big city life full of expensive SUVs and beautiful greenery. What a combo!

Town Center: Because this seems to be the heart of Catonsville, landlords are able to jack up the prices--and people pay them. Hello? The vacancy rate is close to zero. Yup, barely a single absent rental unit. Yikes! Renters here get to enjoy old but generously sized family homes or apartments, and work-related commutes of about 30 minutes.

Colonial Gardens: Landlords here have high demands, but in exchange they will let you put up in a medium-sized house or smaller unit. If you are not ready to make your house search a dice game, then forget it. You will need to convince the 2.0 percent vacancy rate that you are worth it.

Belmont: Here you get to live in a medium-sized or large family home. The vacancy rate is higher than the rest of the city. Renters get to pick any of the many different modes of transport, including walking. Hooray!

Harristown: For the kind of tiny monthly rent charged in this place, you can get two and a half Tri-burgers at the Homestead Steakhouse in Boca Raton and spend your nights in the cold. Alternatively, you can enjoy either a medium-sized family home or apartment in this neighborhood. It is commuter-friendly due to its average daily commuting time of 30 minutes. With the exception of commercial jumbo jets, every other means to travel can be arranged, be it two-wheelers, four-wheelers, two-legged, or multi-wheeled.

Edmondson Ridge: Rent in this neighborhood hovers around average for the city, and for that you get to spend time in a medium-sized house at most.

Malbrook Rd: Landlords in this neighborhood offer medium-sized houses or smaller units. Most are rowhouses and attached homes. The 4.1 percent vacancy rate is higher than average, so you have some options if you decide to end up here.

Cantonville Lifestyle

For starters, Catonsville transport is quite dependable. The road and train network are sufficient. It’s a fact because no one has openly complained. Most people like everywhere else in the U.S. love to drive their cars. But other means like the train, bus, cycling, and even walking are loved by the local citizenry.

Catonsvillians like festivities that bring people together. For example, ever since 1947 yes, yes, when the last Homo Habilis was on its deathbed Catonsville has been famous for its elaborate Independence Day celebrations. Beginning with a kid fun-day, then moving over to a parade in the afternoon and fireworks in the night, there is no staying indoors that day. So get ready with that foldable seat, because if 60,000 are often in attendance, then youll be expected there, too. There is also the Catonsville Rails to Trails, where healthy living through fun activities on a piece of land formerly owned by a Baltimore street-car company, is a big deal. There are many more community-organized activities, like cleanup days, where you get to pick up that train ticket you threw last week.

Catonsville also boasts of a couple of educational institutions. The city hosts University of Maryland, Baltimore County, which was awarded $85 million in 2006 and $10 million in 1990 towards research. And because of that, tech firms have infested the city to tap each and every penny that was awarded. The Community College of Baltimore County also has a presence in Catonsville.

Being a town of urban sophisticates, it should also go without saying that clubbing, eateries, arts, and flashy things thrive here like locusts in a cornfield. So, if this is your thing, or occasionally so, then consider yourself served.

If you are contemplating a move to Catonsville and still delaying your decision, perhaps your best move would be to visit the city and see for yourself.

Cantonville Lifestyle
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For starters, Catonsville transport is quite dependable. The road and train network are sufficient. It’s a fact because no one has openly complained. Most people like everywhere else in the U.S. love to drive their cars. But other means like the train, bus, cycling, and even walking are loved by the local citizenry.

Catonsvillians like festivities that bring people together. For example, ever since 1947 yes, yes, when the last Homo Habilis was on its deathbed Catonsville has been famous for its elaborate Independence Day celebrations. Beginning with a kid fun-day, then moving over to a parade in the afternoon and fireworks in the night, there is no staying indoors that day. So get ready with that foldable seat, because if 60,000 are often in attendance, then youll be expected there, too. There is also the Catonsville Rails to Trails, where healthy living through fun activities on a piece of land formerly owned by a Baltimore street-car company, is a big deal. There are many more community-organized activities, like cleanup days, where you get to pick up that train ticket you threw last week.

Catonsville also boasts of a couple of educational institutions. The city hosts University of Maryland, Baltimore County, which was awarded $85 million in 2006 and $10 million in 1990 towards research. And because of that, tech firms have infested the city to tap each and every penny that was awarded. The Community College of Baltimore County also has a presence in Catonsville.

Being a town of urban sophisticates, it should also go without saying that clubbing, eateries, arts, and flashy things thrive here like locusts in a cornfield. So, if this is your thing, or occasionally so, then consider yourself served.

If you are contemplating a move to Catonsville and still delaying your decision, perhaps your best move would be to visit the city and see for yourself.