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Woodbourne Heights, Baltimore

Coordinates: 39°21′32″N 76°36′29″W / 39.359°N 76.608°W / 39.359; -76.608 Woodbourne Heights, Baltimore is a community in northern Baltimore, Maryland. It is served by the Woodbourne Heights Community, the Woodbourne-McCabe Neighborhood and the Beauregard Neighborhood Associations.[1]

Points of interest

Woodbourne Heights, Baltimore includes several historically and culturally significant places of interests including: Chinquapin Park, the McCabe Mansion, the Belvedere Square Shopping Centers and City Garden plots on Woodbourne Avenue.

Demographics

According to the 2000 US Census, 2,880 people live in Woodbourne Heights/Woodbourne McCabe, Baltimore with 92% African-American and 5% White. The median family income is $40,948. 85% of the houses are occupied and about 50% of those are occupied by the home's owner.[2]

Schools

Woodbourne Heights, Baltimore has three public elementary schools: Yorkwood and Leithwalk elementary schools. The area is served by the Chinquapin Middle School. High school students generally attend Mervo, City, DuBois or Lewis high schools.

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