Hampton is subdivision of Towson located just north of Baltimore City, Maryland. This community with 635 homes situated on lots up to several acres enjoys the serenity of a park like setting, with an abundance of wildlife and large mature trees. Yet this country neighborhood is less than five minutes from the center of Towson and 15-25 minutes from downtown Baltimore.

The community is anchored by its principle landmark, the Hampton Mansion and National Historic Site .  Built in 1790 by Captain Charles Ridgely, the Hampton Mansion is a Georgian style home that was once a working plantation and industrial site. In 1929 the Hampton Development Company was formed and the land around the Hampton Mansion site was subdivided, creating the Hampton Community. The Hampton Mansion remained in the Ridgely family until it became a National Park in 1946.

The homes in the Hampton community range quite widely in price, design, features and lot sizes. When searching for homes in this area you can find homes from $400,000 to well over $1 million. The age of the homes can be deceiving.  Many homes have undergone major renovations to the interior and elaborate additions.  So before you rule out homes because of age, you’ll want to check them out.

Most homes in the neighborhood are subject to protective covenants that preserve the quality-of-life and distinct character of Hampton.  The covenants prohibit subdivision of lots, limit development to single-family dwellings and set certain legal restrictions on lot size, setbacks, fencing, and property use.  Find out more about the history of development and our protective covenants in the “Covenants FAQ” section of the Hampton Community website.

All homes in Hampton are single family residences, located in the 21286 zip code. When performing your real estate searches keep in mind that the 21286 zip code encompasses a much larger area than Hampton.

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