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Living in Cockeysville, Maryland:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cockeysville, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in Cockeysville what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


3 comments on “Cockeysville”

This is a great city because the schools are really good if you have children. The area is also very quiet, The neighbors here and the local stores and their owners are all really nice people and care for their neighborhood. This is a really good location to raise children and build a family.

Cockeysville is a suburb of Baltimore about half an hour north of the city itself. It is close enough to the city to enjoy events downtown, but far enough from the troubles of the city that people feel comfortable and safe living there. Everything that one could need is conveniently nearby. For someone who prefers more space, however, Cockeysville is not an ideal place. Although there are plenty of single-family homes, the lots tend to be small. There are plenty of apartment and townhouse communities to choose from. There is one bus line that snakes its way through the area along with a few light rail stops that provide easy access to an alternative means of getting downtown, especially during rush hour!

Michelle, says: 2020

When moving to Cockeysville, transportation is mandatory. Secondly, the stores will close early (9 pm), so it is imperative you get your goods in the early part of the day. Thirdly, there are great schools. An education system that showed success among its students was one of the main goals in selecting a place to move my family.

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