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Popular Moorestown Apartments
Moorestown, New Jersey, 08057
1 Bedroom$930 - $1,115
2 Bedrooms$1,185 - $1,935
Marlton, New Jersey, 08053
1 Bedroom$1,295 - $1,655
2 Bedrooms$1,370 - $1,810
Haddon Township, New Jersey, 08108
Studio/1 Bedroom$935 - $1,590
2 Bedrooms$1,365 - $1,695
3 Bedrooms$1,715 - $2,175
Delran, New Jersey, 08075
1 Bedroom$741 - $1,511
2 Bedrooms$1,025 - $1,600
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Moorestown, NJ is the Place to Be
Moorestown is a township, isn’t that just adorable? A township. This township is in Burlington County in the state of New Jersey and is a suburb of Philadelphia. Bargain alert! Two states for the price of one. Pretty dandy.
Hold up, Jersey. Before diving into your search on our apartment finder, take a minute to visit our apartment guide. The guide will help you pick up some tips on how to find the perfect place for you. You don’t want to miss the Local Talk where you can get an inside, sneaky peek of a look at what life is like for residents. “What will my commute to Philly really be like?” “Can I find a job in Moorestown?” “Will I find true love there?” Not to worry. We can answer, well, most of those questions. Just type all of those Moorestown-related questions into our “Ask a Question” feature and one of our local experts will get back with answers. The true love thing may be a tough nut to crack though. Our crystal ball has been on the fritz for some time now.
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You will find the best deal around with the help of our handy dandy apartment finder. Whether you’re looking for something by Memorial Fields, wish you could be close to Centerton Square, or simply want a place with a giant bathtub, we can help you track down the right type of place for you and your family. So what do rentals in Moorestown actually go for? Check out the table above to find out the average prices for one and two bedroom apartments in the area.
More, More, Moorestown
Money magazine named Moorestown as the number one place to live in America in 2005. Pretty bold statement, hey? It is a pretty cool place. The city’s Downtown Main Street is a charming reminder of days gone by. The tree-lined street is a community hub and often the site of many fun, rocking annual events and parades. These guys loooooove parades. The Annual July 4th Parade is a big one. Other fun and very special things that go down around town include Autumn Moorestown, ArtWalk, Candlelight Night, and the Easter Egg Hunt.
You’ll find plenty of spaces and places to get outdoors around here. The township has plenty of parks, playgrounds, and sports fields to get moving and grooving outdoors. You’ll find tons of activities and programs for everyone in your household. Programs range from sports and fitness to chess and Irish Step class, so there’s a nice variety of options to choose from. Be sure to check out all the activities that are offered throughout the year. It’s so worth it.
If you’re into swinging clubs at balls while trying to get them into holes, you will have plenty of opportunities to play in and around Moorestown. Two excellent courses in the township are the Moorestown Field Club and the Willowbrook Country Club. Moorestown Field Club has two 9-hole courses that are great play for all levels of skill. You can take lessons here (so yes, you can be clueless) and they have a pro-shop and practice range as well. The club also has tennis courts, a social club with a restaurant, and other activities. Willowbrook has been around since the 1960s and offers a challenging 18-hole course, a driving range, a pro-shop, a restaurant, and a bar. So yeah, it has it all.
History buffs should get to know the Historical Society of Moorestown. The society works to preserve local history and has exhibits on display in the Smith-Cadbury Mansion. Events put on throughout the year include things like the Holiday Wine Tasting. Nice.
From your new place, you’re a mere fifteen minutes from Philadelphia, so it’s easy to go to Philly for work or for some fun. Feel like walking in the footsteps of our founding fathers? Ring the ‘ol bell and head on over to Philly. Go to Philly for the food, festivals, museums, and theaters. You’ll have access to the endless amounts of entertainment, shopping, arts, culture, and nightlife available in Philadelphia. Plus, you get to go home to your nice, comfy, cozy apartment in Moorestown at the end of your day in the big city. Cool.
You, A Moorestownian!
Move into your new apartment and enjoy living in this lovely, charming New Jersey township with super easy access to Philadelphia.
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Is Moorestown pet friendly?
Moorestown has parks where you can take your pets as long as they are kept on leash. There are also several larger parks in surrounding towns, most notably Racocas State Park in nearby Hainesport Township, which encompasses over 1,250 acres and offers many hiking trails. The biggest green spaces in the area, however, include Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, located about 50 minutes east of Moorestown, and Wharton State Forest, located about the same distance to the southeast.
What does everyone in Moorestown do for fun in their spare time and on weekends?
Since Moorestown is located just 15 miles east of Philadelphia, many residents enjoy going into the city on weekends to take advantage of its arts, culture, food, and nightlife. With a few bars and restaurants, however, Moorestown itself also has a few options for entertainment. During the daytime residents might enjoy going to Rancocas State Park?, which lies about 15 minutes northeast of Moorestown in Hainesport Township. Sitting on 1,250 acres, the park features trails for hiking and mountain biking, as well as a Nature Center operated by the New Jersey Audubon Society.