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More About Kingsville
The unincorporated community of Kingsville is bordered by the Little Gunpowder Falls River to the northeast and the big Gunpowder Falls River to the southwest. Nearby communities include Franklinville, Bradshaw, Upper Falls, Joppa, Perry Hall, and Fork. Kingsville is a quiet, rural area that provides residents with country living near all the amenities, attractions, and opportunities that come with big-city living.
Come explore beautiful Kingsville and discover everything life in this charming community has to offer.
Bel Air: 15 min
Overlea: 15 min
Baltimore: 35 min
Major Roads: U.S. Route 1, I-95
Zip Code: 21087
Median Home Value: $407,800
Spotlights of Kingsville
Beautiful Historic Sites
The Jerusalem Mill Village Museum, Jericho Farm, and Jericho Covered Bridge are historic places of interest within Kingsville. They are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gunpowder Falls State Park
Situated on about 18,00 acres, the nearby Gunpowder Falls State Park boasts over 100 miles of trail, plus numerous picnic araes and other activities like swimming, fishing, boating, and whitewater canoeing.
Kingsville is located just off US Route 1 (leading from Baltimore to Bel Air) and adjacent to I-95. Also nearby are other major highways, like I-695 and US Route 40.
What You'll LOVE in Kingsville
The residents of Kingsville enjoy a variety of cultural venues as well as the arts, fine dining and shopping due to a favorable location within the county.
Amazing Outdoor Recreation
Kingsville residents enjoy a number of recreational opportunities nearby. The northern sections of Baltimore County are mainly rural areas and include the Piedmont Plateau, which consists of forests and rolling hills. Horseback riding, camping, exploring nature trails, and bird watching are popular activities.
Residents of Kingsville are served by Baltimore County Public Schools. Some of the top public schools serving Kingsville students include Eastern Technical High School, George W. Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Western School of Technology & Environmental Science, Cromwell Valley Regional Magnet School, and Chapel Hill Elementary.
Many residents of Kingsville commute to nearby areas, such as Baltimore, for work. Major employers within Baltimore County include the Social Security Administration with national headquarters in Woodlawn, Glenn L. Martin Company in Middle River, Black & Decker in Towson, and Bethlehem Steel. Neighboring Harford County offers opportunities with the U.S. Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground, which is the headquarters of the United States Army Test and Evaluation Command.