Address: 903 & 909 Cooks Lane, Baltimore, MD and 4811 & 4815 Lindsay Road, Baltimore, MD
Type: Garden Apartments
Location: Baltimore, MD
Available For: Rent
Bathrooms: One (1)
Laundry: In each building, coin operated
Contact: Gina Zahler @ 301.663.8383 ext. 208
MRIS#: BA9541850 & BA9541863
Sale Price: N/A
Rent: One (1) Bedroom from $805 and Two (2) Bedroom from $945
A/C: Central Air Conditioning and window units offered
Bedrooms: One (1) and Two (2) offered
Deck: Balconies and patio homes available
Dining Area: Available
Living Room: Available
Pets: No pets permitted.
Storage: Additional Fees Apply
Utilities: Resident is responsible for Electric
Utilities Included: Gas, Water and Sewage
Cooks Crossing, Baltimore, MD
Under new ownership and management, garden apartment living at Cooks Crossing Apartments! Our apartments are nestled in a tree-filled neighborhood and feature hardwood floors, spacious living areas, and ample storage space. We also offer included water and sewage, on-site coin laundry facilities, free parking, additional storage rental and professional management and maintenance. The community is close to I70 and I695 and the public bus line.
Currently, we are offering one (1) bedroom/one (1) bath apartments with a spacious balcony from $805 and two (2) two-bedroom/one (1) bath apartments with separate dining areas from $945.
Please call for an appointment to see one of these comfortable homes.
*additional fees apply, positive credit and background requirements
The History of the name!
In the late 1800’s, a German gentleman, Mr. John Cook, owned a parcel of land in this area named Breisgau Fruit Farm, after the name of the town he was from in Breisgau, Germany.
Mr. Cook was an accomplished horticulturist/gardener and is said to have developed the first hybrid tea rose bred in America, called The Souvenir of Wootton, in 1888.
As this area was sold and developed into the modern neighborhoods known as Nottingham, West Park, Ten Hills, etc., streets were renamed.
The area where “Cooks Crossing” now sits was part of what was once called Cooks Row, eventually Cooks Lane, named after one of the boundaries of Mr. Cooks property.