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Living in Westfield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Westfield History

Christopher Family Graveyard is threatened by development - Baltimore Heritage

 

Help the Christopher Family raise legal funds to save the Christopher Cemetery.  Visit the 1773 Christopher Family GoFundMe Site to learn more about the Christopher family and donate to their legal fund.

Westfield and Hamilton in Days Past

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Westfield is an ethnically and occupationally diverse community of more than 1,200 households.  It's a family-friendly neighborhood with an average household size of 4.5 people (twice the Baltimore City average). Hamilton Elementary/Middle, located in Westfield, is ranked one of the best public schools in the city. Our neighborhood is known for its friendly residents, "walkability," and affordable single-family homes with large yards. Houses (dating mainly from the 1920s onward) are characterized by shady front porches, detailed woodwork, and driveways and large backyards you won't find downtown.  With a population of roughly 3,200 residents in a space of 275 acres, Westfield has an average of 12 residents per acre, making it one of the most spacious and green communities in Baltimore City.  Nonetheless, the close proximity to I-695 and I-95 makes commuting easy. Harford Road offers walkable access to local shops and restaurants, and a light drive to downtown.

Baltimore CityView Westfield

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Population density:

Westfield: 7,428 people per square mile

Baltimore: 7,607 people per square mile

Median household income in 2016:

Westfield: $61,508

Baltimore: $47,350

Median rent in 2016:

Westfield: $835

Baltimore: $852

Percentage of married couples with children in 2016:

Westfield: 27.2%

Baltimore: 15.5%