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113 Apartments for rent in Brock Hall, MD

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Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Upper Marlboro, MD
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Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Upper Marlboro, MD
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Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
Updated August 13 at 10:20am UTC
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
Updated July 31 at 10:42am UTC
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4450 Swindon Terrace
Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Greater Upper Marlboro
Upper Marlboro, MD
Updated August 17 at 1:20am UTC
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City Guide
Brock Hall
Moving to Brock Hall

Brock Hall is what you could call a 'one-in-a-million' community. Okay, maybe not a million, but communities like this definitely aren't easy to come by. It boasts an extremely low crime rate, spectacular home values, great summer weather, and non-crowded areas. If you want to live in a place like this, though, you'll need to put a little work in. Once you read over everything about this community, you'll understand why this work is necessary. Of course, you could just go and live in nearby Washington, D.C. We hear some areas there are really safe after midnight!

When to Start Looking

If you're looking for rental homes in Brock Hall and you're moving within the month, you've already waited too long. Come on people! You knew you were moving. It's called initiative! The reason you need to start looking more than a month in advance is because there simply aren't a large number of property rentals to go around. This is a community that's happy with the residential areas it has, and it's in no hurry to become a population center. Also, just a handful of residents in Brock Hall are renters, and this shows the fact that most people love the place so much that they just choose to live there forever. You'll probably do the same, but you better start researching different areas and available house rentals a couple of months in advance if you want this dream to come true.

When to Make the Move

You may want to avoid the beginning of summer, since Brock Hall has Baltimore to the north and Washington, D.C. to the south. Vast numbers of tourists pour into the area during these times, and you might want to dodge the traffic. If you show up too far into the winter, though, you also might not have a good time. Average low temperatures are near or below freezing from November through March, and you don't want to lose your fingers to frostbite. Of course, if you invested in a moving company after deciding to find an apartment, you don't have to worry about any of this. They can deal with the traffic, and their company's worker's compensation will surely cover their missing fingers.

What to Bring Along

There are always documents to bring along when going in for an apartment interview with the landlord. They include proof of income and a filled-out rental application. When you're moving to an area like Brock Hall, however, you need to bring your A-game. Have a credit check in hand and dress nicely. You'll also do yourself a favor by bringing along references from former landlords, and as long as you don't have a lengthy criminal history of money laundering or other crimes, it would even be beneficial to bring a background check along. Those sneaky landlords are liable to have one done anyway.

Brock Hall Neighborhoods

A large portion of Brock Hall is unpopulated due simply to how the neighborhoods are laid out so far from each other. This is likely why the population density in the area is lower than 700 people per square mile. In addition to peace and quiet and serenity, though, each of the few major areas around Brock Hall have great aspects to consider. Brock Hall is a residential community, so don't expect a Walmart Supercenter to be next door. For most people living in Brock Hall, though, that's more of a blessing than a curse.

Sir Edwards Drive: The Sir Edwards Drive area and the neighborhoods surrounding it are a little set back from the majority of Brock Hall. The homes are relatively new and you'll be able to get plenty of places since it's bordered by Highway 301. Also, the Lake Presidential Golf Club is right next door, so you can work on your golf swing after moving in.

Southern Brock Hall: This area of beautiful homes and subdivisions borders Western Branch Stream Valley Park, so you'll always have some natural beauty nearby. You should check out these subdivisions lining Largo Road. They say money can't buy you happiness, but it can get you a place in southern Brock Hall. In our book, that's close enough.

Upper Brock Hall: This area, just south of Pine Needle Park, is immaculate, and we're not just saying that. If you manage to find rental housing here, you'll have plenty of wide open space on the property. As in, you might not be able to see your neighbors and drivers might not be able to see your home from the road. Heck, you'll even have the historical Collington Branch stream nearby. Not much you can do with that, but it's there.

Living in Brock Hall

The homes and neighborhoods in Brock Hall should be enough to keep anyone happy, but we understand that you might want more. After all, some people are picky, and if that's you, rest assured that there's other stuff going on around the community. As already stated, Brock Hall is mostly residential. With only a short drive, however, you can reach a multitude of great places and attractions that are sure to keep you occupied. And if you don't like any of these, calm down and look at your new residence. How can you be upset after that?

History Everywhere

Sure, Washington, D.C., is chock-full of history and only about a half hour away, but it's not the only place of historical significance around Brock Hall. In fact, the Surratt House Museum, where John Wilkes Booth met with other conspirators of the Lincoln assassination, is also nearby. Oh, it might be haunted, so bring an extra pair of underwear.

The Ride of Your Life

Not many people are lucky enough to live near amusement parks, but residents in Brock Hall definitely are. Just imagine: You can enjoy the serenity of affluent living after finding places for rent in Brock Hall, and then you can head over to Six Flags America when you get tired of all that peace and quiet.

Down Home Fun

Do you fall more into the "country folk" category, or are you interested in just enjoying the lifestyle for a day? Head over to Montpelier Farms. It has a farmers' market every Sunday, but you can also enjoy hayrides, a roping range, and a variety of other staples of farm life during the rest of the week. If you're not used to this kind of living, though, once a week should suffice.