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4 Apartments for rent in Middletown, DE

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403 CHAMPS LANE
403 Champs Lane
Middletown, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1850 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 10:36 PM
Great opportunity to rent on the heart of Middletown. This 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath townhouse has Hardwood Floors on the first floor, New Carpet in finished Basement and Top Floors. New Paint and New Countertops.
Results within 5 miles of Middletown
1 Unit Available
1220 CARRICK COURT
1220 Carrick Ct
New Castle County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1950 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 10:36 PM
Please Note: Showings are by Open House. (see schedule) Tenant's agent may show when scheduled with ShowingTime. Please send all inquiries via email. Applications (copy link) https://apply.link/2LwTthW.
1 Unit Available
1679 W. Matisse Drive
1679 West Matisse Drive
New Castle County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$1,775
2400 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
Available 07/01/20 Spacious Carriage Home in Middletown - Property Id: 280379 Upgraded carriage/townhome in very desirable North Bayberry.
Results within 10 miles of Middletown
1 Unit Available
25 KNOLLWOOD ROAD
25 Knollwood Road
Cecil County, MD
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
700 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 10:37 PM
LOCATED NEAR 213, CLOSE TO BEAUTIFUL CHESAPEAKE CITY MARYLAND. THIS RECENTLY RENOVATED, WATER FRONT APARTMENT IS CLOSE TO POPULAR RESTURAUNTS AND THE SCENIC C&D CANAL.
1 Unit Available
2 KNOLL
2 Knoll Street
Cecil County, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,525
897 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 10:37 PM
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Apartment Rentals in Middletown start at $1,750/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Middletown start at $1,750/month.
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While some Middletown properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Middletown properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Middletown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Delaware, Wesley College, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Widener University, and Goldey-Beacom College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Middletown?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Middletown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Delaware, Wesley College, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Widener University, and Goldey-Beacom College.

City Guide

Middletown
Located between Dover and Wilmington, Middletown, Delaware, is a town that still has that old school feel while also managing to advance itself into a very desirable locale for people looking for a new residence.
Located between Dover and Wilmington, Middletown, Delaware, is a town that still has that old school feel while also managing to advance itself into a very desirable locale for people looking for a new residence.

Between the years 2000 and 2010, Middletown saw an explosion in its population growth, increasing by over 200 percent. The increased population led the town to create its own police force in 2007, most of whom were hired from other police departments in the surrounding area. Along with the increased population the town also saw national food and retail chains move into the area, and open several locations around town as well along U.S. 301, adding to the convenience of living in Middletown.

Moving to Middletown

Located near the Delaware River, Blackiston Wildlife Area, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, and the Blackbird State Forest, Middletown has plenty for the nature lover in all of us to see and do. Middletown is also home to the private Episcopal co-ed boarding school, Saint Andrews, which focuses on providing a challenging academic experience on the grounds of a beautiful campus. Saint Andrews was also used as the location of the Robin Williams movie, Dead Poets Society. Wilmington University also has a location in the city, for those wishing to take college courses without having to commute.

With its location just across the border from Maryland and not far from New Jersey, the town often finds itself home for those looking to relocate from other states.

Moving to Middletown
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Located near the Delaware River, Blackiston Wildlife Area, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, and the Blackbird State Forest, Middletown has plenty for the nature lover in all of us to see and do. Middletown is also home to the private Episcopal co-ed boarding school, Saint Andrews, which focuses on providing a challenging academic experience on the grounds of a beautiful campus. Saint Andrews was also used as the location of the Robin Williams movie, Dead Poets Society. Wilmington University also has a location in the city, for those wishing to take college courses without having to commute.

With its location just across the border from Maryland and not far from New Jersey, the town often finds itself home for those looking to relocate from other states.

Finding a Middletown home

When it comes to looking for the right place to live you need to evaluate exactly what you need in a living space. Whether that be privacy, human interaction, feeling part of a community, or size of the living area you want, all things must be considered. Once you've got your priorities sorted out the next step should be to determine what type of living space you want to reside in, whether that be a rental home, a condominium, or an apartment.

The city of Middletown does offer a little extra protection for renters that most towns and cities do not: landlords must have all rental properties inspected before each new tenant. This inspection must take place after the property has been cleaned, repaired and with all utilities on and functioning. This inspection process should give any potential renters a peace of mind that they otherwise wouldn't have with rental housing in other locales.

Should you decide to search for apartments in Middletown, you'll find that there several apartment complexes scattered all about town in different areas. In the center of town are the more expensive residences, but they are also close to shopping and the main thoroughfares. Those housing units on the outskirts of town are less expensive, but not as convenient to amenities. While Middletown is comprised mostly of two story homes and townhouses, there are plenty of ranch style homes and condos as well.

Middletown is consistently rated as one of the best cities in Delaware; given its history and improvements in recent years, that seems unlikely to change anytime soon.

Finding a Middletown home
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When it comes to looking for the right place to live you need to evaluate exactly what you need in a living space. Whether that be privacy, human interaction, feeling part of a community, or size of the living area you want, all things must be considered. Once you've got your priorities sorted out the next step should be to determine what type of living space you want to reside in, whether that be a rental home, a condominium, or an apartment.

The city of Middletown does offer a little extra protection for renters that most towns and cities do not: landlords must have all rental properties inspected before each new tenant. This inspection must take place after the property has been cleaned, repaired and with all utilities on and functioning. This inspection process should give any potential renters a peace of mind that they otherwise wouldn't have with rental housing in other locales.

Should you decide to search for apartments in Middletown, you'll find that there several apartment complexes scattered all about town in different areas. In the center of town are the more expensive residences, but they are also close to shopping and the main thoroughfares. Those housing units on the outskirts of town are less expensive, but not as convenient to amenities. While Middletown is comprised mostly of two story homes and townhouses, there are plenty of ranch style homes and condos as well.

Middletown is consistently rated as one of the best cities in Delaware; given its history and improvements in recent years, that seems unlikely to change anytime soon.

Life in Middletown

The town is home to three parks Charles E. Price Memorial Park, Doc Levinson Park and Silver Lake Park. Charles E. Price Memorial Park is more for the nature lovers and offers pavilions, playgrounds, walking trails, fenced areas for both large and small dogs (five acres and three acres respectively), as well as an eight acre catch and release pond for fishing and wide open fields for Frisbee and football. Silver Lake Park is home to the city's seasonal public pool, pavilions, ball fields, tennis courts, skateboarding and a track. Doc Levinson Park offers walking trails, a small pavilion, playground, basketball court and tennis court, it is also the smallest of the three parks. Middletown is also home to several annual events including the Olde Tyme Peach Festival, M.O.T. Big Ball Marathon and Hummers Parade. For those looking for green options the city offers a free recycling program in addition to trash pickup. The recycling program is a huge contribution to the greenness of the city.

Life in Middletown
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The town is home to three parks Charles E. Price Memorial Park, Doc Levinson Park and Silver Lake Park. Charles E. Price Memorial Park is more for the nature lovers and offers pavilions, playgrounds, walking trails, fenced areas for both large and small dogs (five acres and three acres respectively), as well as an eight acre catch and release pond for fishing and wide open fields for Frisbee and football. Silver Lake Park is home to the city's seasonal public pool, pavilions, ball fields, tennis courts, skateboarding and a track. Doc Levinson Park offers walking trails, a small pavilion, playground, basketball court and tennis court, it is also the smallest of the three parks. Middletown is also home to several annual events including the Olde Tyme Peach Festival, M.O.T. Big Ball Marathon and Hummers Parade. For those looking for green options the city offers a free recycling program in addition to trash pickup. The recycling program is a huge contribution to the greenness of the city.

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Middletown
Located between Dover and Wilmington, Middletown, Delaware, is a town that still has that old school feel while also managing to advance itself into a very desirable locale for people looking for a new residence.
Located between Dover and Wilmington, Middletown, Delaware, is a town that still has that old school feel while also managing to advance itself into a very desirable locale for people looking for a new residence.

Between the years 2000 and 2010, Middletown saw an explosion in its population growth, increasing by over 200 percent. The increased population led the town to create its own police force in 2007, most of whom were hired from other police departments in the surrounding area. Along with the increased population the town also saw national food and retail chains move into the area, and open several locations around town as well along U.S. 301, adding to the convenience of living in Middletown.

Moving to Middletown

Located near the Delaware River, Blackiston Wildlife Area, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, and the Blackbird State Forest, Middletown has plenty for the nature lover in all of us to see and do. Middletown is also home to the private Episcopal co-ed boarding school, Saint Andrews, which focuses on providing a challenging academic experience on the grounds of a beautiful campus. Saint Andrews was also used as the location of the Robin Williams movie, Dead Poets Society. Wilmington University also has a location in the city, for those wishing to take college courses without having to commute.

With its location just across the border from Maryland and not far from New Jersey, the town often finds itself home for those looking to relocate from other states.

Moving to Middletown
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Located near the Delaware River, Blackiston Wildlife Area, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, and the Blackbird State Forest, Middletown has plenty for the nature lover in all of us to see and do. Middletown is also home to the private Episcopal co-ed boarding school, Saint Andrews, which focuses on providing a challenging academic experience on the grounds of a beautiful campus. Saint Andrews was also used as the location of the Robin Williams movie, Dead Poets Society. Wilmington University also has a location in the city, for those wishing to take college courses without having to commute.

With its location just across the border from Maryland and not far from New Jersey, the town often finds itself home for those looking to relocate from other states.

Finding a Middletown home

When it comes to looking for the right place to live you need to evaluate exactly what you need in a living space. Whether that be privacy, human interaction, feeling part of a community, or size of the living area you want, all things must be considered. Once you've got your priorities sorted out the next step should be to determine what type of living space you want to reside in, whether that be a rental home, a condominium, or an apartment.

The city of Middletown does offer a little extra protection for renters that most towns and cities do not: landlords must have all rental properties inspected before each new tenant. This inspection must take place after the property has been cleaned, repaired and with all utilities on and functioning. This inspection process should give any potential renters a peace of mind that they otherwise wouldn't have with rental housing in other locales.

Should you decide to search for apartments in Middletown, you'll find that there several apartment complexes scattered all about town in different areas. In the center of town are the more expensive residences, but they are also close to shopping and the main thoroughfares. Those housing units on the outskirts of town are less expensive, but not as convenient to amenities. While Middletown is comprised mostly of two story homes and townhouses, there are plenty of ranch style homes and condos as well.

Middletown is consistently rated as one of the best cities in Delaware; given its history and improvements in recent years, that seems unlikely to change anytime soon.

Finding a Middletown home
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When it comes to looking for the right place to live you need to evaluate exactly what you need in a living space. Whether that be privacy, human interaction, feeling part of a community, or size of the living area you want, all things must be considered. Once you've got your priorities sorted out the next step should be to determine what type of living space you want to reside in, whether that be a rental home, a condominium, or an apartment.

The city of Middletown does offer a little extra protection for renters that most towns and cities do not: landlords must have all rental properties inspected before each new tenant. This inspection must take place after the property has been cleaned, repaired and with all utilities on and functioning. This inspection process should give any potential renters a peace of mind that they otherwise wouldn't have with rental housing in other locales.

Should you decide to search for apartments in Middletown, you'll find that there several apartment complexes scattered all about town in different areas. In the center of town are the more expensive residences, but they are also close to shopping and the main thoroughfares. Those housing units on the outskirts of town are less expensive, but not as convenient to amenities. While Middletown is comprised mostly of two story homes and townhouses, there are plenty of ranch style homes and condos as well.

Middletown is consistently rated as one of the best cities in Delaware; given its history and improvements in recent years, that seems unlikely to change anytime soon.

Life in Middletown

The town is home to three parks Charles E. Price Memorial Park, Doc Levinson Park and Silver Lake Park. Charles E. Price Memorial Park is more for the nature lovers and offers pavilions, playgrounds, walking trails, fenced areas for both large and small dogs (five acres and three acres respectively), as well as an eight acre catch and release pond for fishing and wide open fields for Frisbee and football. Silver Lake Park is home to the city's seasonal public pool, pavilions, ball fields, tennis courts, skateboarding and a track. Doc Levinson Park offers walking trails, a small pavilion, playground, basketball court and tennis court, it is also the smallest of the three parks. Middletown is also home to several annual events including the Olde Tyme Peach Festival, M.O.T. Big Ball Marathon and Hummers Parade. For those looking for green options the city offers a free recycling program in addition to trash pickup. The recycling program is a huge contribution to the greenness of the city.

Life in Middletown
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The town is home to three parks Charles E. Price Memorial Park, Doc Levinson Park and Silver Lake Park. Charles E. Price Memorial Park is more for the nature lovers and offers pavilions, playgrounds, walking trails, fenced areas for both large and small dogs (five acres and three acres respectively), as well as an eight acre catch and release pond for fishing and wide open fields for Frisbee and football. Silver Lake Park is home to the city's seasonal public pool, pavilions, ball fields, tennis courts, skateboarding and a track. Doc Levinson Park offers walking trails, a small pavilion, playground, basketball court and tennis court, it is also the smallest of the three parks. Middletown is also home to several annual events including the Olde Tyme Peach Festival, M.O.T. Big Ball Marathon and Hummers Parade. For those looking for green options the city offers a free recycling program in addition to trash pickup. The recycling program is a huge contribution to the greenness of the city.