The unincorporated community of Phoenix, Maryland is situated in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Most areas in Phoenix are very quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamor. It is rather challenging to reach parks in the unincorporated community since they are distributed sporadically. Despite that, there are a few green spaces close by for residents to visit.
The predominant housing types in Phoenix are single detached homes and townhouses. This unincorporated community did not experience a single housing boom; the construction of new buildings in Phoenix is spread throughout multiple decades in the twentieth and twenty-first century. This part of the Baltimore metropolitan area is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Roughly 95% of the population of this unincorporated community own their home whereas the remainder are renters.
Property owners in Phoenix almost always have to use a vehicle to purchase groceries. When it comes to education, walking to primary schools can be very hard in Phoenix, which does not have any high schools. Locals have the choice between public and private elementary schools.
The car is very often the preferred approach to get around in this part of the Baltimore metropolitan area. It is especially convenient to park. In contrast, it is very difficult for pedestrians to get around in Phoenix because almost no daily errands can be run on foot.