Welcome to Tuscany-Canterbury
… a Baltimore Treasure and a National Historic District
Tuscany-Canterbury encompasses over 1,700 residences including hundred-year-old unique townhomes, beautiful low-rise and high-rise condominiums, and well-maintained apartments. This variety of building styles gives our tree-lined neighborhood its special aesthetic character and appeal.
Professionals, retirees, families, and graduate students enjoy this quiet residential area, which boasts an array of restaurants, stores, small businesses, and medical facilities. Baltimore’s finest K-12 public and private schools and private universities are located nearby. The city’s premium art museums, theaters, arts district, and the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall are all within walking or a short driving distance.
Tuscany-Canterbury is located across the street from the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, a short commute to downtown Baltimore by car, bus, or bikeway. Washington, D.C. is accessible via the convenient and affordable MARC train from nearby Penn Station.