Charlestown Personal Moving Consultant Vera Ballard has helped hundreds of seniors with their move to the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md.

If you’re looking for the right time to sell your home, this summer might be your best bet. A shrinking inventory and historically low interest rates have made for a strong seller’s market.

Charlestown's Terrace Cafe is just one of several on-site dining venues at the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md.

Aida Blanco has been in or around the food service industry her entire life. Her father was a chef, her grandfather a restauranteur, and now she serves as director of dining services at Charlestown, where she leads a team of 425 who serve over 2,000 residents across seven restaurants.

Our Lady of the Angels Chapel on Charlestown's campus is a gathering place for faith-based services and special concerts throughout the year.

They say time flies when you’re having fun, which explains why the last 35 years have gone by in a flash for people who live at Charlestown

Terry Graham developed a love for Africa after serving in Ethiopia in the Peace Corps. She cofounded The Global Transformation Network with her friend and Charlestown neighbor Diana Mood.

While their retired neighbors at Charlestown are drinking their morning coffee and working out in the fitness center, Diana Mood and Terry Graham are preparing for a trip to northeastern Ethiopia. There they will train the staff of a new 150-student school in a remote region on how to educate and care for people with disabilities.

Seniors enjoying a bus ride.

New to Catonsville and looking for a good place to get a bite to eat? Wondering where to find the public library? Or maybe you’re searching for the nearest Walmart? Have no fear, Charlestown’s Around Town Tour has got you covered.

A covered bridge leads walkers over Herbert Run along the half-mile-long nature trail at Charlestown.

Charlestown, the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md., is well known for its unique under-one-roof design that connects every amenity on campus and allows residents to enjoy an active lifestyle year-round. But there’s another, often overlooked side to Charlestown that is equally as impressive: the outside.

Charlestown resident Dayle Dawes shared her collection of dollhouse miniatures at the community’s Collector’s Showcase.

Although Emma Schramm no longer spends her days picking strawberries on her family farm, she does keep a collection of more than 750 picker’s checks— small metal tokens farm workers used to note the number of crops they picked, which were exchanged for payment—as mementos of life on the farm.

(From left) Charlestown neighbors Ann MacKay, Hope Tillman, and Sara Nixon recently redesigned the residents' internal informational website to be more senior friendly.

With more than 2,000 people; 300 clubs, classes, and activities; and 110 acres of amenities, there’s always something happening at Charlestown, the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md.

Photo of an exercise class in session with a female instructor and four participants.