Welcome to Hampton

A subdivision of Towson, Hampton is a quintessential small community where nature merges exquisitely with suburban living.  Built around the Hampton Mansion, this historical location is open for viewing. Here, the stunning 18th-century mansion with Georgian architecture can be seen, along with the area's history.

While maintaining this serenity and natural beauty, Hampton is just minutes from downtown Towson and 15 minutes north of Baltimore City. This unique location gives residents quick access to the city, as well as easy access to all major thoroughfares for an easy business commute. All of the major conveniences while living in quiet rural suburbia.

Dining, Entertainment, Shopping

Hampton is primarily residential and has several parks and public spaces inside or adjacent to the neighborhood. Residents can enjoy a swim at the Hampton Pool on hot summer days or stroll through the Loch Raven Reservoir. Errands are a breeze — residents are just minutes from Towson Town Center or The Shops at Kenilworth (with Trader Joes), Towson Place, and Towson Row (with Whole Foods). Each contains retail multitudes from boutique shops to larger chain stores like Target. Macy’s and Nordstrom are the flagship stores of the Towson Town Center.
Locals dine out in Towson or on the York Road corridor to the west (Lutherville-Timonium area), where standbys like Michael’s Cafe coexist with Bluestone, Hightopps Backstage Grille, and First Watch to name a few. For a luxury dining experience, Perennial, Stoney River Steakhouse, and Bread & Circuses in Towson, all serve exceptional dishes of unparalleled quality in a warm, inviting setting.

A short ride to Baltimore City opens residents up to many five-star dining establishments like Woodberry Kitchen. This hip restaurant serves refined, contemporary American cuisine in its rustic-chic dining room. With a commitment to farm-to-table produce, each meal bursts with fresh flavors. Other fine dining favorites in the city include Petit Louis Bistro, Charleston, and The Food Market. A few casual options include Ekiben, La Cuchara, and Maggie's Farm.

Downtown Baltimore offers many cultural and entertainment options as well.  There is the Maryland Zoo, The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Walters Art Gallery, The Hippodrome, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, The Baltimore Ravens & M&T Bank Stadium, The Baltimore Orioles & Camden Yards, and so much more!


Students attend the following Baltimore County Public Schools:
Nearby Private School Options Include (but not limited to):

For more public school information visit Baltimore County Public School’s website or Great Schools.

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