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Popular Princess Anne Apartments
Princess Anne, Maryland, 21853
2 Bedrooms$824 - $874
3 Bedrooms$968 - $1,027
Lexington Park, Maryland, 20653
1 BedroomPlease Call
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Cambridge, Maryland, 21613
1 BedroomPlease Call
Salisbury, Maryland, 21801
3 Bedrooms$1,200 - $1,300
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If you are a couple and seeking a new place, there are a lot of well-appointed apartments available for rent both northeast of city center and in many other nice neighborhoods as well.
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Living Like Royalty
If living in a small, closely knit community along a babbling river appeals to you, consider renting an apartment in Princess Anne, Maryland. This small, vibrant community is steeped in history and many of the buildings in town are at least 200 years old. Most of the people who live here enjoy learning about their town's history, strolling around the historic sites, and working together to preserve the charming look of the town for future generations.
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Finding your Fairytale Apartment
Princess Anne is a small community with only a couple thousand permanent residents. To make things even harder when it comes to searching for an apartment, there's also a university in town. The best time to move here is in the summer, when the college students have vacated the apartments for the season. Though there aren't usually many rentals available, most are available for reasonable rates. Take a look at the table above to see what places are currently renting for in Princess Anne.
Dinner on Line Two
It may not be right on the waterfront but that doesn't stop Princess Anne from having some of the best seafood around. Renters will want to head downtown to sample the offerings at each of the restaurants and, in the winter, they'll will also want to head down to the Annual Oyster Roast where they can dine on raw, fried, and steamed oysters all night long. An abundance of these delicious mollusks makes it possible for everyone to eat their fill without having to reach deep into their pockets.
With such easy access to the ocean, seafood in Princess Anne doesn't come at a premium here but renters can still save a bundle by heading out to catch some dinner for themselves. A short drive to any of the nearby seaside villages will bring renters from Princess Anne right to the source of all the clams, oysters, crabs and fish they can eat. Digging for mollusks along the sandy shore makes for a fabulously fun (if a bit stinky) day. If it's fish that you're after, you can put in a line from the shore or charter a boat to take you out to the deeper waters of the bay or the Atlantic. Either way, all you'll have to do is sit back and wait for dinner to come to you.
Take a Walk through History
Princess Anne, named for the daughter of King George II, is a town with a rich history. First settled in the 1600s, it gained importance as a trading center because of its convenient location along the river. From here, supplies could be sent inland by carriage and resources could be send out of the state by boat. Though there's nothing too special about the role of Princess Anne in the development of the colonies (dozens of nearby villages did the same thing), what is incredible about this village is the degree to which it's been preserved. There are hundreds of structures from the 1700s and 1800s within a half square mile section of Princess Anne's Old Town district and dozens of others scattered around the area. If you're new in town, be sure to check out some of the best preserved history in the area. History buffs should also look into the local historical society in order to learn more about their new town and meet some like minded people.
You're Invited to a Party
Life is usually pretty quiet in Princess Anne. The people here are friendly, sure, but of the friendly sort that prefers sharing a dinner with friends and cheering on their favorite sports team from a neighbor's apartment. There are a few town wide celebrations at various times throughout the year that help renters get to know their neighbors and fill up on seafood and fun. For those who are hoping for more of an active social life, Somerset County also organizes quiet a few good events. In fact, renters from Princess Anne can enjoy a different celebration nearly every week of the year by visiting their neighbors in nearby towns and villages. The county also manages an extensive Parks and Recreation Department with dozens of playgrounds, nature parks, and fishing spots as well as activities, clubs, and classes for kids and adults. What better way to meet some new people when you first move into your new apartment?
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Is Princess Anne pet friendly?
There are not any off-leash dog parks in Princess Anne, but there are parks where you can take your pets in town as long as they are kept on leash, including almost countless smaller parks within the city limits. There are also several larger parks in the area, including West Princess Anne's Deal Island Wildlife Management Area, Atkinsons' Milburn Landing State Park, Salisbury's Chesapeake Forest Lands, and Snow Hill's Pocomoke River State Forest. Most of these areas provide ample opportunities for hiking with your pets.