Radnor-Winston, Baltimore

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Radnor-Winston Historic District
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Houses along Woodford Road, August 2011.
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore is located in Baltimore
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore is located in Maryland
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore is located in the US
Radnor-Winston, Baltimore
Location Roughly bounded by Notre Dame Ln., College of Notre Dame, Radnor Ave. and York Rd., Baltimore, Maryland
Coordinates 39°21′04″N 76°36′45″W / 39.35111°N 76.61250°W / 39.35111; -76.61250Coordinates: 39°21′04″N 76°36′45″W / 39.35111°N 76.61250°W / 39.35111; -76.61250
Area 32 acres (13 ha)
Architect Wessel, George; et.al.
Architectural style Late Victorian, Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals
NRHP Reference # 03001327[1]
Added to NRHP December 29, 2003

Radnor-Winston is a small community centered near the intersection of York Road and Winston Ave in the North District of Baltimore. Radnor Winston is a friendly, affordable and diverse neighborhood of about 220 homes tucked behind the campuses of Loyola University and The College of Notre Dame.[2] Located in the Roland Park Public School district, the neighborhood is convenient to both downtown Baltimore and Towson.

The housing stock includes a variety of detached and semi-detached homes dating from the turn of the 20th century through the early 1950s, primarily bungalows, cottages and American Foursquares.[2]

The neighborhood was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.[1]

The Radnor-Winston Improvement Association is a volunteer organization, formed in 1958, with a long history of activism on local issues of concern.

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ a b Dean R. Wagner (July 2002). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Radnor-Winston Historic District" (PDF). Maryland Historical Trust. Retrieved 2016-03-01. 

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