Did you know that in the 1980’s the State Highway Association planned to extend Route 29 into Baltimore County? Some people referred to that new road as the outer beltway. 25 years later the land was returned to the original owner and has been developed with new homes.

Did you know the neighborhood with the streets named after apple trees, was once an orchard?

Mount Hebron started out with one house in 1808; over the next 80 years only a hand full of structures were built in the neighborhood. These structures included 2 homes, smokehouse, and blacksmith shop.

A school was built in 1966. Most growth to our neighbor took place in the sixties and seventies.

Before there were satellites and drones we had aerial photography.

Below are a few photos from our neighborhood. Street name have be overlaid as a point of reference.

If you would like to explore the neighborhood over the past 80 years click here.

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