Housing

Tuscany-Canterbury – a residential village with a diversity of buildings – single homes, town homes, apartment houses and condominiums. The neighborhood has enormous visual appeal, especially in conjunction with the international and contemporary styles of the apartment buildings and homes.

 

Housing in Tuscany-Canterbury

A Blended Mix of Housing Styles

Tuscany-Canterbury occupies roughly 90 acres of land 3.5 miles north of downtown Baltimore.  The neighborhood has 28 medium and high-rise condominiums and apartment buildings. There are 150 well maintained attached townhouses and unique detached houses. The houses are nestled in the inner core of the neighborhood and the high-rise buildings frame the neighborhood on the east and south.

Within the residential neighborhood there are a variety of restaurants and a beautiful walking trail along the Stony Run Stream.  Tuscany-Canterbury is within walking distance of many attractions such as the Baltimore Museum of Art, Wyman Park, grocery stores, coffee shops, numerous restaurants, Johns Hopkins University, several other colleges and Med-Star Union Memorial Hospital. Within a 5 to 15 minute drive you can visit historic Hampden Main Street, spend the day at the Baltimore Zoo or visit the Inner Harbor in downtown Baltimore.

The monthly TCNA newsletter has a list of the sale prices of houses and condos sold in Tuscany-Canterbury for the previous month. (See monthly newsletters).

 

Good Transit:  Transit Score: 63 out of 100. The neighborhood has good transit with many nearby transportation options.  Car sharing is available from Zipcar and RelayRides.

Very walkable: Walk Score  71 out of 100.  You can get out and walk when living in this area. Many errands can be accomplished on foot, but for others you’ll need a car. If you enjoy walking, you’ll enjoy living in this area!

Very Bikeable: Score: 74 out of 100 This area is very Bikeable. You’ll find a variety of bike paths and lanes. Some hills, and excellent bike lanes.

Apartments

Academy    

3700 N.Charles St.

Ambassador. 3811 Canterbury Road.  amb@apts.com

Broadview  

105 West 39th Street

Canterbury Hall 

100 W. 39th Street https://www.canterburyhall.org/#!  lili.rehak@gmail.com  410-357-4431

 

Carolina

114 W University Parkway

Guilford Manor  

2 West University Parkway

Hopkins House

110 West 39th Street.

Linkwood Apartments

4000 Linkwood Road.

One Hundred West

100 West University Parkway. http://100westuniversity.com. 410-235-5300

The Social

3900 North Charles Street.

Tuscany Road

100 Tuscany Road

University West

104 & 106 West University Parkway.

Woodcliffe Manor

106-108 West 39th Street

Condominiums

Tuscany-Canterbury has 15 beautiful and historic condominums and cooperative buildings.  Most were built as apartments and converted to condominiums since the 1980’s.  The sizes range from high-rise units to mid-rise and smaller units that have less than a dozen units.

Berkeley

102 West 39th Street

Colonnade

(The Residences at)  3801 Canterbury Road  410-235-6004

Dundee

3902 Canterbury Road

Gardens of Guilford

230 Stony Run Lane

Hamlyn

103 West 39thStreet

Hamilton

101 West 39thStreet

Highfield House

4000 North Charles Street

Lincoln

3800 Canterbury Road

Ridgemede

221 Ridgemede Road

Ridgewood

310 Ridgemede Road

Tuscany Lombardy Community Corporation Stony Run Lane
  • Tuscany220 Stony Run Lane
  • Lombardy221 Stony Run Lane
St. James

3704 N. Charles Street  410-467-3719

Warrington

3908 North Charles Street

Winthrop House

4100 N. Charles Street. 410-467-0002

Houses

There are 150 well maintained attached townhouses and unique detached houses. The houses are nestled in the quiet, inner core of the neighborhood and the high-rise buildings frame the neighborhood on the east and south.

Oldest House

University Homes

Ridgemede Road, Tuscany Road & Tuscany Court

Detached homes