Welcome to Stoneleigh

Stoneleigh is a delightful community with a vibrant history. The development of this quaint neighborhood started just after World War I, its name coming from “the Stoneleigh House,” the original Manor that occupied the land. That estate has long since been lost to time. However, the community flourished largely thanks to its prime location. In that respect, Stoneleigh’s history parallels its immediate neighbors, Rodgers Forge and Anneslie. Stoneleigh celebrated its centennial in 2022 and is home to over 500 properties and some of the most beautiful trees in Greater Baltimore.

Dining, Entertainment, Shopping & More

Stoneleigh is home to an array of local attractions. This quaint, suburban neighborhood offers plenty of places to get out and enjoy the land the community was built to honor. With stunning tree-lined streets, many residents take an afternoon stroll through the neighborhood.
The community pool serves as the neighborhood’s social centerpiece. The whole family can get involved in casual summer days at the pool, its competitive swim team (the Stoneleigh Sharks), and the onsite baby pool, among other features.

Residents walk to local eateries and small businesses along the York Road corridor.  Vallegio Cafe, The Charmery, True Balance Studio, and Starbucks are just a couple of neighborhood favorites. You also have Ayd Hardware which has served the community since 1974.   A short drive to nearby Towson offers larger retail malls like Towson Town Center, The Shops at Kenilworth (with Trader Joe's),  Towson Place, and Towson Row.  Each contains retail multitudes from boutique shops to larger chain stores like Target, Whole Foods, Utla, and PetSmart.
Macy’s and Nordstrom are the flagship stores of the Towson Town Center. Residents can enjoy sporting and entertainment events at Towson University’s SECU Arena.

Like other Towson neighborhoods, Stoneleigh is an excellent place to live for academics with fellowships at nearbyJohns Hopkins University, Towson University, and Goucher College. Not to mention the two major hospitals in Towson; Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and University of Maryland St. Joseph’s Medical Center. Located just 15 minutes outside of downtown Baltimore, professionals of all ages living in the neighborhood get ample access to opportunities in and around Baltimore City and Towson.
The vibrant downtown of Towson is situated about a mile from Stoneleigh, giving residents easy access to numerous local shops and restaurants. Among the best local hotspots is Perennial, a posh, fine dining experience serving high-quality American dishes in downtown Towson.

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:

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

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