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Check out 3,176 verified apartments for rent in Bladensburg, MD with rents starting as low as $1300. Some apartments for rent in Bladensburg might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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6120 Otis St.
6120 Otis Street
Landover, MD | Greater Landover
6 Bedrooms
$2,350
1542 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 11:29 AM
Spacious 6 bedroom home - This unit is freshly painted with new carpet. Hardwood floors in the kitchen & dining area. (RLNE6322835)
Results within 5 miles of Bladensburg
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2 Units Available
Glen Willow Apartments
903 Glen Willow Dr
Seat Pleasant, MD
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,265
774 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
A charming community with plenty of updates. On-site pool, playground and green space. Pets welcomed. All interiors renovated with modern fixtures and appliances. Near area parks and shopping.
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4 Units Available
Hendrix
1326 Florida Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC | Trinidad - Langston
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,850
513 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 10:58 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Hendrix in Washington. View photos, descriptions and more!
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7 Units Available
Fort Chaplin Park
4212 E Capitol St NE
Washington, DC | Benning
1 Bedroom
$1,288
705 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,538
984 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 06:02 AM
Welcome To Fort Chaplin Park!! Experience quality living at a reasonable price! Fort Chaplin Park combines affordability with its great location and easy access to downtown and I-395.
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10 Units Available
Verona at the Park
5284 Marlboro Pike Suite 303
Capitol Heights, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,285
603 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,425
771 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,816
950 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Residents enjoy units with ceiling fan, 2-inch blinds, and garbage disposal. Community includes coffee cafe, dog park, and ample visitor parking. Excellent location for commuters, close to major interstates.
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27 Units Available
Anthology
625 H St NE
Washington, DC | H Street-NoMa
Studio
$1,294
475 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,711
685 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,711
948 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Original art installations and industrial design throughout the building. Luxury apartments offer floor-to-ceiling windows, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Steps from Whole Foods Market and four blocks from Union Station.
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17 Units Available
3350 At Alterra
3350 Toledo Ter
Hyattsville, MD | Chillum
Studio
$1,355
528 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,658
785 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,346
1101 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Vibrant apartment complex located minutes away from Arts District Hyattsville. Enjoy convenient in-unit laundry and large walk-in closets. Garage parking. Around-the-clock maintenance services. Cats and dogs welcome.
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27 Units Available
Lync at Alterra
3420 Toledo Terrace
Hyattsville, MD | Chillum
Studio
$1,649
656 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,787
817 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,215
1096 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
We designed Lync for people like you. People who are on the go but want a great place to pause. Relax. It's why we've created homes that look as great as they feel. And why we've included amenities that give you space to breathe and enjoy the day.
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18 Units Available
Camden College Park
9600 Milestone Way
College Park, MD
Studio
$1,620
666 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,635
929 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,173
1305 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Located just a few yards from the I-95 and Baltimore Avenue. 1-2 bedroom apartments with fully equipped kitchens. Each apartment has its own patio or balcony. Amenities include a community putting green and 24-hour gym.
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68 Units Available
Union Place
200 K Street Northeast
Washington, DC | H Street-NoMa
Studio
$1,852
563 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,417
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,477
1188 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Whether you're coming from far away, or journeyed just a few metro stops, at Union Place, you know you've arrived. Connecting the distinct personalities of iconic Washington, D.C.
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7 Units Available
The Ivy Club
1127 Ivy Club Ln
Landover, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,578
714 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,772
871 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 07:11 AM
Ivy Club recently renovated to offer exclusive look and feel, including stainless steel appliances and huge walk-in closets. Complimentary gym membership at Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex included.
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12 Units Available
700 Constitution
700 Constitution Ave NE
Washington, DC | Capitol Hill
Studio
$1,599
536 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,899
657 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 06:27 AM
Nine-foot ceilings, granite countertops, hardwood floors. Enjoy seeing the Capitol and Washington Monument from the rooftop deck. Gym, yoga, billiards, coffee bar, dog park, and concierge. Near Union Station and 8th Street restaurants.
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9 Units Available
The Shelby
405 10th Street Northeast
Washington, DC | Capitol Hill
Studio
$1,425
1 Bedroom
$1,675
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
Last updated January 25 at 06:21 AM
Originally built in 1927, this newly restored 45-unit apartment building maintains the charm of the original finishes while offering renovated kitchens, hardwood floors and ample living spaces.
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7 Units Available
Glenwood
2315 Lincoln Road Northeast
Washington, DC | Brookland
Studio
$1,250
1 Bedroom
$1,354
Last updated January 25 at 06:12 AM
One of the best things about apartment living in Washington, DC is that you dont have to reside in large, impersonal high rises. The Glenwood offers style and space in the charming Brookland neighborhood.
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10 Units Available
Cheverly Station Apartments
6501 Landover Rd
Cheverly, MD | Cheverly
1 Bedroom
$1,129
678 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,231
894 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
The perfect apartment is waiting for you! At Cheverly Station you will enjoy a great location only minutes from Rte. 50, Baltimore-Washington Parkway and I-495 allowing you to get anywhere in the Washington metro area quickly.
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19 Units Available
Avondale Overlook
2400 Queens Chapel Rd
Hyattsville, MD | Chillum
Studio
$1,090
425 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,325
720 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,545
1009 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
Thoughtfully designed 1-3 bedroom apartments conveniently situated in a thriving neighborhood near West Hyattsville Metro Station. Floor plans feature modern kitchens, walk-in closets and ceramic tile bathrooms. Private balconies available in select apartments.
Verified
10 Units Available
Bedford Station
1400 University Blvd
Langley Park, MD | Langley Park
1 Bedroom
$1,173
685 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
875 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
1-2 bedroom units available at centrally located apartment complex. All units include dishwasher and hardwood floors. On-site laundry and parking. Internet access included. Cats and dogs allowed.
Verified
30 Units Available
The Belgard
33 N St NE
Washington, DC | H Street-NoMa
Studio
$1,389
382 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,689
692 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,380
988 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
Air-conditioned units that feature electronic thermostats, ceiling fans, high ceilings, oversized closets, fully equipped kitchens and hardwood floors. Close to the Academy for Ideal Education.
Verified
17 Units Available
The Edison
1240 4th St
Washington, DC | H Street-NoMa
1 Bedroom
$1,590
579 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
968 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:46 AM
One- and two-bedroom boutique apartments feature modern kitchens with islands, pendant lights and stainless steel appliances. On-site Trader Joe's. Near Gallaudet University and Union Station. Clubroom with library, bike storage, outdoor kitchen.
Verified
2 Units Available
501 12th Street
501 12th Street Northeast
Washington, DC | Capitol Hill
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,853
525 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 04:45 AM
This 1926 boutique building maintains its historic charm while offering modern luxury living.
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12 Units Available
Hamilton Manor
3342 Lancer Drive
Hyattsville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,310
692 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,421
884 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:45 AM
We are now accepting in-person tours by appointment only. Or, you can schedule a virtual tour and connect with a Leasing Specialist virtually via video, phone, or email. Live apartment video walk through tours available.
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7 Units Available
Fountain Club Apartments
7604 Fontainebleau Dr
New Carrollton, MD
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,692
816 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 04:45 AM
Pet-friendly apartment homes near I-495, I-295, and bus and rail connections. Rentals come with a private balcony or terrace. Community amenities include a gated pool area, clubhouse, and ample parking.
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3 Units Available
Lakeside North Apartments
430 Ridge Rd
Greenbelt, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,347
625 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,541
820 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 04:45 AM
Perfectly located near the Greenbelt Lake Metro Bus and University of Maryland shuttle. Each unit features wall-to-wall carpeting, dining room and built-in shelving. On-site amenities include pool, playground and free video rentals.
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4 Units Available
Ferris Manor
4706 Cherokee St
College Park, MD | North College Park
1 Bedroom
$1,258
802 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 25 at 04:45 AM
Great location, close to Point Branch Golf Course and the Beltway Plaza Mall. Apartment amenities include closet space, balconies and tile bathrooms. Community has laundry facilities and is pet friendly.
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City Guide

Bladensburg
Bladensburg, Maryland, was the location of an infamous duel in 1820. Stephen Decatur, a Navy hero from the Revolutionary War, was challenged to a duel by Commodore James Barron because of comments Decatur made about him. Decatur was fatally wounded when a ball from Barron's pistol lodged into his side. Upon his death, Decatur forgave his opponent and declared that it had been an honorable duel.
Bladensburg, Maryland, was the location of an infamous duel in 1820. Stephen Decatur, a Navy hero from the Revolutionary War, was challenged to a duel by Commodore James Barron because of comments Decatur made about him. Decatur was fatally wounded when a ball from Barron's pistol lodged into his side. Upon his death, Decatur forgave his opponent and declared that it had been an honorable duel.

Bladensburg was named for Thomas Bladen, who served as the governor of Maryland from 1742 until 1747. The area served as a seaport for the movement of tobacco between states during the colonial period. One of its most notable moments was the Battle of Bladensburg, which took place during the War of 1812. Historians say it is the only battle where a sitting president rode into the middle of the fighting. Can you imagine the President of the United States going into battle? We would never see that happening today, except maybe in a blockbuster movie. America eventually lost the battle, resulting in British troops making their way into Washington, D.C., and burning parts of it to the ground. The 20th century brought a population boom, with new houses and infrastructure to go with it. The first subdivisions were established in 1914 and 1917. The town is approximately 10 square miles, with a population of about 9,100 residents. Will you be working in D.C.? The town is located 8.6 miles from the nation's capital.

Moving to Bladensburg

If you are planning a relocation, start your search for an apartment complex in Bladensburg early. Get your financial documents in order, so you will have a few pay stubs to present with your application. If your move is the result of a great new Washington, D.C., job, ask your new employer for a letter listing your annual salary and start date. Start saving for your security deposit if you don't have extra funds laying around. Once your rental application is approved, the landlord will want a deposit to hold the apartment or house rental. Your rental references are vital, especially in a competitive market like the D.C. metropolitan area. Make sure you can present a history of timely and complete rental payments.

Bladensburg has an abundance of rentals, whether you want to view one bedroom apartments or three bedroom rental houses. If you want the space without the maintenance, you may also consider a condo for rent. The Bladensburg market offers garden-style condos as well as townhouse style for extra space. Basement apartments are also an option in Bladensburg. Located inside large homes, you can live in a residential neighborhood without renting an entire house.

Moving to Bladensburg
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If you are planning a relocation, start your search for an apartment complex in Bladensburg early. Get your financial documents in order, so you will have a few pay stubs to present with your application. If your move is the result of a great new Washington, D.C., job, ask your new employer for a letter listing your annual salary and start date. Start saving for your security deposit if you don't have extra funds laying around. Once your rental application is approved, the landlord will want a deposit to hold the apartment or house rental. Your rental references are vital, especially in a competitive market like the D.C. metropolitan area. Make sure you can present a history of timely and complete rental payments.

Bladensburg has an abundance of rentals, whether you want to view one bedroom apartments or three bedroom rental houses. If you want the space without the maintenance, you may also consider a condo for rent. The Bladensburg market offers garden-style condos as well as townhouse style for extra space. Basement apartments are also an option in Bladensburg. Located inside large homes, you can live in a residential neighborhood without renting an entire house.

Neighborhoods in Bladensburg

There are three different main neighborhoods in Bladensburg, each with distinct appeals. Scour thoroughly before committing to just one!

Decatur Heights: An established community with a mixture of homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. The community is also home to several multi-unit apartment complexes.

Seton Square: A townhouse community with colonial style townhouses built in the 1990s. The subdivision sits near major roadways but far enough away to give a feeling of community, with cul-de-sacs and driveways.

Hamlet Woods: A 90-unit townhouse-style condominium complex built in 1994. Lawn maintenance is provided to residents, so the grounds are well- manicured year-round.

Neighborhoods in Bladensburg
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There are three different main neighborhoods in Bladensburg, each with distinct appeals. Scour thoroughly before committing to just one!

Decatur Heights: An established community with a mixture of homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. The community is also home to several multi-unit apartment complexes.

Seton Square: A townhouse community with colonial style townhouses built in the 1990s. The subdivision sits near major roadways but far enough away to give a feeling of community, with cul-de-sacs and driveways.

Hamlet Woods: A 90-unit townhouse-style condominium complex built in 1994. Lawn maintenance is provided to residents, so the grounds are well- manicured year-round.

Living in Bladensburg

Bladensburg offers plenty of outdoor activities for you to enjoy. The town has several parks and public facilities, including the Waterfront Park. It is on the Anacostia River, which is a historical landmark itself. You can stroll down the riverside walk or dine in the ample picnic pavilion. Take advantage of the water with the paddle boats, kayaks or canoes. There's a public fishing pier if you want to catch your dinner before you eat it, and you can even store your boat on the free boat ramp. Amp up your physical activity on the hiking trail, or bring your bicycle for a ride through nature. The annual festival is filled with food and fun. Stop by the War of 1812 Battle of Bladensburg visitor's center, and take the interactive pontoon tour along the river.

The Bladensburg Community Center provides you with a variety of classes, whether you are trying to stretch your education or explore a new interest. Indulge yourself in dance, crafts or cooking. Drama and exercise classes are also on the long menu of available items. Bladensburg is home to a Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center. The facility provides educational opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. Computer training, literacy tutoring and entrepreneurship programs are all offered at the center. If you don't need these services, maybe you want to volunteer some of your time and expertise.

The Bostic May Festival is an annual event to commemorate the War of 1812. You can enjoy some food and recreation within a historical setting. You and your family should enjoy Caribbean drums, along with gospel choirs and craft tables. Your children can spend their time playing games and petting farm animals, while you gobble on some barbecue and authentic Native American cuisine.

You can spend an entire summer exploring the history of Bladensburg. The Indian Queen Tavern was a major inn during the 1700s. Historians say that George Washington regularly stopped there during his travels between Mt. Vernon and Philadelphia. How about a visit to the Market Masters House, which housed the original tobacco marketplace. Until the port was discontinued in 1836, the customs official lived inside the house while performing his duties. Spa Springs is another interesting destination. People traveled from Baltimore, Washington and Georgetown to visit the springs in the 1800s. They were known for their medical benefits, and doctors prescribed dips in the spas for treatment of various illnesses. Who knows, maybe you will find the fountain of youth!

Living in Bladensburg
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Bladensburg offers plenty of outdoor activities for you to enjoy. The town has several parks and public facilities, including the Waterfront Park. It is on the Anacostia River, which is a historical landmark itself. You can stroll down the riverside walk or dine in the ample picnic pavilion. Take advantage of the water with the paddle boats, kayaks or canoes. There's a public fishing pier if you want to catch your dinner before you eat it, and you can even store your boat on the free boat ramp. Amp up your physical activity on the hiking trail, or bring your bicycle for a ride through nature. The annual festival is filled with food and fun. Stop by the War of 1812 Battle of Bladensburg visitor's center, and take the interactive pontoon tour along the river.

The Bladensburg Community Center provides you with a variety of classes, whether you are trying to stretch your education or explore a new interest. Indulge yourself in dance, crafts or cooking. Drama and exercise classes are also on the long menu of available items. Bladensburg is home to a Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center. The facility provides educational opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. Computer training, literacy tutoring and entrepreneurship programs are all offered at the center. If you don't need these services, maybe you want to volunteer some of your time and expertise.

The Bostic May Festival is an annual event to commemorate the War of 1812. You can enjoy some food and recreation within a historical setting. You and your family should enjoy Caribbean drums, along with gospel choirs and craft tables. Your children can spend their time playing games and petting farm animals, while you gobble on some barbecue and authentic Native American cuisine.

You can spend an entire summer exploring the history of Bladensburg. The Indian Queen Tavern was a major inn during the 1700s. Historians say that George Washington regularly stopped there during his travels between Mt. Vernon and Philadelphia. How about a visit to the Market Masters House, which housed the original tobacco marketplace. Until the port was discontinued in 1836, the customs official lived inside the house while performing his duties. Spa Springs is another interesting destination. People traveled from Baltimore, Washington and Georgetown to visit the springs in the 1800s. They were known for their medical benefits, and doctors prescribed dips in the spas for treatment of various illnesses. Who knows, maybe you will find the fountain of youth!

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Bladensburg
Bladensburg, Maryland, was the location of an infamous duel in 1820. Stephen Decatur, a Navy hero from the Revolutionary War, was challenged to a duel by Commodore James Barron because of comments Decatur made about him. Decatur was fatally wounded when a ball from Barron's pistol lodged into his side. Upon his death, Decatur forgave his opponent and declared that it had been an honorable duel.
Bladensburg, Maryland, was the location of an infamous duel in 1820. Stephen Decatur, a Navy hero from the Revolutionary War, was challenged to a duel by Commodore James Barron because of comments Decatur made about him. Decatur was fatally wounded when a ball from Barron's pistol lodged into his side. Upon his death, Decatur forgave his opponent and declared that it had been an honorable duel.

Bladensburg was named for Thomas Bladen, who served as the governor of Maryland from 1742 until 1747. The area served as a seaport for the movement of tobacco between states during the colonial period. One of its most notable moments was the Battle of Bladensburg, which took place during the War of 1812. Historians say it is the only battle where a sitting president rode into the middle of the fighting. Can you imagine the President of the United States going into battle? We would never see that happening today, except maybe in a blockbuster movie. America eventually lost the battle, resulting in British troops making their way into Washington, D.C., and burning parts of it to the ground. The 20th century brought a population boom, with new houses and infrastructure to go with it. The first subdivisions were established in 1914 and 1917. The town is approximately 10 square miles, with a population of about 9,100 residents. Will you be working in D.C.? The town is located 8.6 miles from the nation's capital.

Moving to Bladensburg

If you are planning a relocation, start your search for an apartment complex in Bladensburg early. Get your financial documents in order, so you will have a few pay stubs to present with your application. If your move is the result of a great new Washington, D.C., job, ask your new employer for a letter listing your annual salary and start date. Start saving for your security deposit if you don't have extra funds laying around. Once your rental application is approved, the landlord will want a deposit to hold the apartment or house rental. Your rental references are vital, especially in a competitive market like the D.C. metropolitan area. Make sure you can present a history of timely and complete rental payments.

Bladensburg has an abundance of rentals, whether you want to view one bedroom apartments or three bedroom rental houses. If you want the space without the maintenance, you may also consider a condo for rent. The Bladensburg market offers garden-style condos as well as townhouse style for extra space. Basement apartments are also an option in Bladensburg. Located inside large homes, you can live in a residential neighborhood without renting an entire house.

Moving to Bladensburg
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If you are planning a relocation, start your search for an apartment complex in Bladensburg early. Get your financial documents in order, so you will have a few pay stubs to present with your application. If your move is the result of a great new Washington, D.C., job, ask your new employer for a letter listing your annual salary and start date. Start saving for your security deposit if you don't have extra funds laying around. Once your rental application is approved, the landlord will want a deposit to hold the apartment or house rental. Your rental references are vital, especially in a competitive market like the D.C. metropolitan area. Make sure you can present a history of timely and complete rental payments.

Bladensburg has an abundance of rentals, whether you want to view one bedroom apartments or three bedroom rental houses. If you want the space without the maintenance, you may also consider a condo for rent. The Bladensburg market offers garden-style condos as well as townhouse style for extra space. Basement apartments are also an option in Bladensburg. Located inside large homes, you can live in a residential neighborhood without renting an entire house.

Neighborhoods in Bladensburg

There are three different main neighborhoods in Bladensburg, each with distinct appeals. Scour thoroughly before committing to just one!

Decatur Heights: An established community with a mixture of homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. The community is also home to several multi-unit apartment complexes.

Seton Square: A townhouse community with colonial style townhouses built in the 1990s. The subdivision sits near major roadways but far enough away to give a feeling of community, with cul-de-sacs and driveways.

Hamlet Woods: A 90-unit townhouse-style condominium complex built in 1994. Lawn maintenance is provided to residents, so the grounds are well- manicured year-round.

Neighborhoods in Bladensburg
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There are three different main neighborhoods in Bladensburg, each with distinct appeals. Scour thoroughly before committing to just one!

Decatur Heights: An established community with a mixture of homes built in the 1960s and 1970s. The community is also home to several multi-unit apartment complexes.

Seton Square: A townhouse community with colonial style townhouses built in the 1990s. The subdivision sits near major roadways but far enough away to give a feeling of community, with cul-de-sacs and driveways.

Hamlet Woods: A 90-unit townhouse-style condominium complex built in 1994. Lawn maintenance is provided to residents, so the grounds are well- manicured year-round.

Living in Bladensburg

Bladensburg offers plenty of outdoor activities for you to enjoy. The town has several parks and public facilities, including the Waterfront Park. It is on the Anacostia River, which is a historical landmark itself. You can stroll down the riverside walk or dine in the ample picnic pavilion. Take advantage of the water with the paddle boats, kayaks or canoes. There's a public fishing pier if you want to catch your dinner before you eat it, and you can even store your boat on the free boat ramp. Amp up your physical activity on the hiking trail, or bring your bicycle for a ride through nature. The annual festival is filled with food and fun. Stop by the War of 1812 Battle of Bladensburg visitor's center, and take the interactive pontoon tour along the river.

The Bladensburg Community Center provides you with a variety of classes, whether you are trying to stretch your education or explore a new interest. Indulge yourself in dance, crafts or cooking. Drama and exercise classes are also on the long menu of available items. Bladensburg is home to a Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center. The facility provides educational opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. Computer training, literacy tutoring and entrepreneurship programs are all offered at the center. If you don't need these services, maybe you want to volunteer some of your time and expertise.

The Bostic May Festival is an annual event to commemorate the War of 1812. You can enjoy some food and recreation within a historical setting. You and your family should enjoy Caribbean drums, along with gospel choirs and craft tables. Your children can spend their time playing games and petting farm animals, while you gobble on some barbecue and authentic Native American cuisine.

You can spend an entire summer exploring the history of Bladensburg. The Indian Queen Tavern was a major inn during the 1700s. Historians say that George Washington regularly stopped there during his travels between Mt. Vernon and Philadelphia. How about a visit to the Market Masters House, which housed the original tobacco marketplace. Until the port was discontinued in 1836, the customs official lived inside the house while performing his duties. Spa Springs is another interesting destination. People traveled from Baltimore, Washington and Georgetown to visit the springs in the 1800s. They were known for their medical benefits, and doctors prescribed dips in the spas for treatment of various illnesses. Who knows, maybe you will find the fountain of youth!

Living in Bladensburg
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Bladensburg offers plenty of outdoor activities for you to enjoy. The town has several parks and public facilities, including the Waterfront Park. It is on the Anacostia River, which is a historical landmark itself. You can stroll down the riverside walk or dine in the ample picnic pavilion. Take advantage of the water with the paddle boats, kayaks or canoes. There's a public fishing pier if you want to catch your dinner before you eat it, and you can even store your boat on the free boat ramp. Amp up your physical activity on the hiking trail, or bring your bicycle for a ride through nature. The annual festival is filled with food and fun. Stop by the War of 1812 Battle of Bladensburg visitor's center, and take the interactive pontoon tour along the river.

The Bladensburg Community Center provides you with a variety of classes, whether you are trying to stretch your education or explore a new interest. Indulge yourself in dance, crafts or cooking. Drama and exercise classes are also on the long menu of available items. Bladensburg is home to a Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center. The facility provides educational opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth. Computer training, literacy tutoring and entrepreneurship programs are all offered at the center. If you don't need these services, maybe you want to volunteer some of your time and expertise.

The Bostic May Festival is an annual event to commemorate the War of 1812. You can enjoy some food and recreation within a historical setting. You and your family should enjoy Caribbean drums, along with gospel choirs and craft tables. Your children can spend their time playing games and petting farm animals, while you gobble on some barbecue and authentic Native American cuisine.

You can spend an entire summer exploring the history of Bladensburg. The Indian Queen Tavern was a major inn during the 1700s. Historians say that George Washington regularly stopped there during his travels between Mt. Vernon and Philadelphia. How about a visit to the Market Masters House, which housed the original tobacco marketplace. Until the port was discontinued in 1836, the customs official lived inside the house while performing his duties. Spa Springs is another interesting destination. People traveled from Baltimore, Washington and Georgetown to visit the springs in the 1800s. They were known for their medical benefits, and doctors prescribed dips in the spas for treatment of various illnesses. Who knows, maybe you will find the fountain of youth!