Cockeysville Real Estate

The attractive suburban town of Cockeysville is just 20 minutes north of Baltimore via I-83 and is a very convenient place to live for those who work in the Baltimore area, but are looking for a more affordable place to buy a home. Quiet and quaint, it mixes both centrally-located townhomes and large, private properties in the town's more scenic areas. Read more about Cockeysville real estate

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Cockeysville Real Estate Stats

Average Price $769K
Lowest Price $170K
Highest Price $7.5M
Total Listings 56
Avg. Days On Market 56
Avg. Price/SQFT $262

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Cockeysville Properties and Real Estate

Cockeysville is a community located 20 minutes north of Baltimore, in Baltimore County MD. To the north is the community of Sparks, with Worthington, Owings Mills, and Reistertown to the west. To the south is Lutherville-Timonium. 


The western boundary of Cockeysville is marked by the I-83 Highway, and the east is the Loch Raven Reservoir. The community is split almost evenly between commercial and residential areas, with the former being found in the west half, and the latter in the east. Residential streets are wide with large front and back yards, and some homes are excellently located near the water.


As of 2020, the estimated population of Cockeysville is 22,600 people, and this has remained relatively steady over the past decade. 


The major road that runs through Cockeysville is York Road (Maryland Route 45), which connects Hereford, Sparks, Cockeysville, Timonium, and Towson together, amongst other communities. Other main roads include Shawan Road the I-83 (which stretches past the Maryland-Pennsylvania border). 


Real Estate in Cockeysville

Homes in Cockeysville are well-spaced and unique, occupying generously sized properties. Many feature new-traditional and colonial-inspired designs, including 6-over-6 sash windows, exterior shutters, and stately facades.


Those searching for their dream single-family home in Maryland should consider Cockeysville, for there are a multitude of properties available at a range of price points. Some of the more affordable properties, which include the area's townhomes, are centrally-located near the community's shops and restaurants.  Single-family homes in this town range from around $300,000 to $500,000, while and condos near the town center typically sell for around $200,000. 


There are also a number of luxury estates for sale. These giant properties lean towards traditional styles as opposed to modern, and are typically located far from the community's bustling center. Because of this, your neighbors are often far away, and homes are typically located off of the main road and hidden from view by landscaping. 


The combination of woods and water make this a beautiful place to live, as well as an excellent location for scenic golf courses, like Pine Ridge and Fox Hollow.

Cockeysville History

The name "Cockeysville" comes from the Cockey family, who had built several important buildings (including the train station) for the town in its early days. The town history dates back all the way to 1725. Cockeysville also used to be a stop along the Northern Central Railway.


There are two buildings in Cockeysville on the National Register of Historic Places. The first is a historic schoolhouse, built in 1882. The second is a historic home named Stone Hall. Historical Society of Baltimore County is located on Van Buren Lane.

Cockeysville Highlights and Attractions

As the population of Cockeysville is just over 20,000, most residents enjoying the quaint vibe and easy access to essential shopping. There are plenty of big box stores, such as Walmart, Home Depot, Target, and Lowe's, located in the center of the town.


Cockeysville also features the Fox Hollow Golf Course and plenty of forested parks to enjoy. Adventurous nature-lovers will like the Loch Raven hiking trails and scenic outlooks, which take visitors right up to the waterfront. 


The schools in Cockeysville are highly rated, and include the following: Warren Elementary School, Cockeysville Middle School, Dulaney High School, and more. The town also is home to a public library, the System Source Computer Museum, the Historical Society of Baltimore County, a movie theater, banquet hall, and so much more.


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