Zip Code: 21218 and 21210
Housing Types: Historic Houses, Row Homes, Single Family Detached Homes
Public Transport: MTA Busses
Schools: Johns Hopkins University, Guilford Elm/Middle School, Roland Park Elm/Middle School, Calvert School, Gilman School, Boy's Latin School, Cathedral School, College of Notre Dam
Places of Worship: Second Presbyterian Church, First English Lutheran Church, Cathedral of the Incarnation, University Baptist Church, Bolton Street Synagogue
Things to do: Baltimore Museum of Art, Evergreen Museum&Library
Shopping: Charles Village Shops
Community Personality: Affluent, Friendly, Historic, Involves, Walk able

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Guilford is a residential neighborhood that was planned by the Olmsted firm and urbanized by the Roland Park Company in the early 1900's. It has stunningly fine-looking structural design, community parks, streets lined with mature trees and period streetlights, the world-famous Sherwood Gardens, and a prime location that is a short commute to downtown Baltimore. Guilford is designated a National Register Historic District.
There are about 800 single-family homes in Guilford that range from cottages to stately mansions.
Guilford's location is minutes from the Johns Hopkins Homewood college grounds, Loyola College, the College of Notre Dame, a collection of excellent neighborhood restaurants, the Baltimore Museum of Art and the City's finest public and private schools.