Contact Unlimited Stone in Baltimore
7609 Energy Parkway, Suite 601
Baltimore, MD 21226
Phone: (410) 439-3011
Fax: (410) 439-3055
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 4:00PM
Are you looking for a simple way to give your home interiors a more natural
look? Consider installing natural stone countertops in your kitchen or
bathroom. Unlimited Stone offers granite countertops, quartz countertops,
and more for Baltimore-area residents.
Driving to Our Office
If you're coming from the west, take I-695 E until you get to exit
1 for Maryland 173. Turn right onto Quarantine Rd, followed by a left
onto MD-173 S. After just over 2 miles, turn right onto Energy Pkwy then
take the 3rd left onto Brandon Woods Blvd. You'll see our showroom
on the left.
If you're driving from the east, take I-695 W until you get to exit
1 toward Hawkins Pt Rd. Turn left onto Quarantine Rd after you get off
the freeway, then take the 1st left onto MD-173 S. Continue on MD-173
S and turn right onto Energy Pkwy. Take a left onto Brandon Woods Blvd,
and you'll see our showroom on the left.
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The Piscataway and other native peoples lived in the Baltimore area for
centuries before English settlers came to the area in the 17
th century. Captain John Smith explored Chesapeake Bay in 1608, and the County
of Baltimore was established in 1659. Many of the marshes around Baltimore
were drained or filled in during the 1700s, and the construction of canals
helped make Baltimore a regional economic power. Baltimore grew considerably
after the completion of the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad in 1830.
More than 620,000 people live in Baltimore today, and more than 2.7 million
people live in the greater metropolitan area. Baltimore is perhaps best
known as the home of Johns Hopkins University, one of the most prestigious
medical institutions in the world. Also, the Port of Baltimore is the
second-largest port on the Eastern Seaboard.
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