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196 Apartments for rent in Riverside, MD

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17 Units Available
Arborview at Riverside and Liriope
1300 Liriope Ct
Riverside, MD | Riverside
1 Bedroom
$1,309
773 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,440
1079 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,685
1208 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
One- to three-bedroom apartment homes featuring in-home laundry, spacious closets and wood-burning fireplaces. The apartment community near the I-95/543 interchange boasts amenities like a pool with sun deck, a coffee bar and a 24-hour gym.
1 Unit Available
1304 STOCKETT SQ
1304 Stockett Square
Riverside, MD | Riverside
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
Completely updated two bedroom, 1.5 bath Townhome. All new kitchen, including Stainless Steel appliances, kitchen cabinets and granite counters. Both bathrooms have been updated with all new vanities, bath tub and flooring.
1 Unit Available
4259 Chapel Gate Court
4259 Chapelgate Court
Riverside, MD | Riverside
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1524 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 07:34 AM
This townhouse has it all! Walk in to a generously sized combination living room/dining room with pale honey floors..
1 Unit Available
4214 GOODSON COURT
4214 Goodson Court
Riverside, MD | Riverside
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1578 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
2 bedroom 2 half bath townhome! Hardwood floors in the living Room.Large Kitchen with table space and skylights. Pantry. Sliders lead to the deck. Home backs to trees, very private location. Master bedroom with full bath.
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7 Units Available
The Riverside Apartments
1405 Garcia Ct
Aberdeen, MD | Riverside
1 Bedroom
$1,400
975 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,445
1154 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,675
1452 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:10 AM
Premium homes with high ceilings, granite countertops, and walk-in closets. Community amenities include walking paths, picnic areas, and a saltwater swimming pool. Easy access to I-95. Close to Bynum Run Conservation Area.
1 Unit Available
4631 Harrier Way
4631 Harrier Way
Harford County, MD | Riverside
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Spacious 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom End Unit Townhouse in Eagle's Landing - Property offers walk in basement, one car garage, fire place, and main level deck. Large eat in kitchen, living room, master bedroom with master bath.
Results within 5 miles of Riverside
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2 Units Available
Holly Circle Townhouses
686 Holly Cir
Aberdeen, MD | Aberdeen
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1100 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1200 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:45 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Holly Circle Townhouses in Aberdeen. View photos, descriptions and more!
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6 Units Available
The Yards at Fieldside Village
816 Long Dr
Aberdeen, MD | Aberdeen
1 Bedroom
$1,438
848 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,738
1173 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 10:37 AM
Rural charm in a complex situated on 25 acres of land. Pet friendly. Features valet, clubhouse, coffee bar, yoga classes and pool. Washers and dryers in units. Near I-95.
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22 Units Available
The Enclave at Box Hill
3405 McCurley Drive
Bel Air South, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,573
845 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,886
1230 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,670
1657 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:37 AM
Brand new community conveniently situated near I-95 and within easy walking distance to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Units feature hardwood floors, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Gym, pool, game room, clubhouse, playground. Pet friendly.
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4 Units Available
The Osprey
1009 Warwick Dr, Apt #2D
Aberdeen, MD | Aberdeen
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,075
820 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Soar to new heights at our convenient, affordable, and newly-renovated Aberdeen apartment homes. Here at The Osprey, location is everything. Close enough to big cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
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8 Units Available
Harford Commons
2033 Armstrong St
Edgewood, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,004
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,069
817 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,169
1025 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:09 AM
Conveniently close to Abingdon and Joppatowne. Community amenities include on-site laundry and playground. Units have luxurious bathtubs, state-of-the-art appliances and ample storage. Dogs and cats allowed.
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3 Units Available
Cranberry Run
300 Stevens Cir
Aberdeen, MD | Aberdeen
2 Bedrooms
$1,229
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 06:35 AM
Located just off I-95, near Aberdeen Market Place Shopping Center and numerous restaurants. Two- and three-bedroom units in a quiet community, complete with pool and playground. Heat, water, and gas included in rent.
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2 Units Available
The Waldon
3801 Memory Ln
Edgewood, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,125
635 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Nature-inspired. Convenient location. Affordable luxury. This is life at The Waldon. Welcome home to our newly-renovated Abingdon, Maryland apartment homes, featuring gorgeous plank flooring, stainless-steel appliances, and granite counter tops.
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1 Unit Available
The Douglas at Constant Friendship
499 Crisfield Dr
Bel Air South, MD
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,820
1122 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Move into these apartment homes that feature full-size washer and dryer, wood-burning fireplaces and spacious closets. Close to I-95, this apartment community of condo-type homes has a 24-hour gym, tennis courts and a playground.
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5 Units Available
Woodsdale
102 Waldon Rd
Bel Air South, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,078
642 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,233
844 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Convenient location near Interstate 95. Apartments offer extensive storage space, plus air conditioning and private balconies. Other amenities include a basketball court, tennis courts and a swimming pool.
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4 Units Available
Fox Run
1600 Ashby Square Dr
Edgewood, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,063
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,194
970 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:39 AM
Located in the heart of Harford County, close to restaurants and entertainment. Units feature laundry, patio/balcony and dishwasher. Luxury community offers access to pool, playground and dog park.
1 Unit Available
1917 GLENROTH'S DR
1917 Glenroths Drive
Bel Air South, MD | Monmouth Meadows
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
GORGEOUS, UPDATED, WELL MAINTAINED BRICK TOWNHOME WITH 3 LEVEL BUMPOUT IN DESIRABLE MONMOUTH MEADOWS.
1 Unit Available
3164 FREESTONE COURT
3164 Freestone Court
Bel Air South, MD | Constant Friendship
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
2032 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
**AVAILABLE FOR RENT DECEMBER 1, 2020** End of group townhome on corner lot at the end of a court just 1.5 miles to I-95! Three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, hardwood floors, kitchen w/island, 9ft.
1 Unit Available
3419 HOWELL COURT
3419 Howell Court
Bel Air South, MD | Constant Friendship
3 Bedrooms
$1,799
1256 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
FREE RENT THROUGH 11/30! December rent and security deposit due at lease signing.
1 Unit Available
201 CROSS POINTE COURT
201 Cross Pointe Court
Bel Air South, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
964 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
Fantastic Updated RENTAL! Spacious GROUND FLOOR 2 bedroom and 2 full bath condo. (with steps), Kitchen w/ SS appliances, tile floor, separate kitchen table space & dining room too.
1 Unit Available
605 E WHEEL ROAD
605 E Wheel Rd
Harford County, MD
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
3048 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
New Updated 3,620 SQ. FT with 4 Bedroom 3.5 Bath Cape Cod on Private 12.61 Acres. In-Law Potential with First Floor Master Bedroom Addition Added in 2003 .Master Bath with Jetted Jacuzzi Tub with Separate Shower.
1 Unit Available
3102 CARDINAL WAY
3102 Cardinal Way
Bel Air South, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
949 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:19 AM
DUE to overwhelming interest, there will be 2 open houses to view condo and take an application: 1) Tuesday, Nov 10, 4:30pm-6pm 2) Wednesday, Nov 11, 10-noon. Lovely and very well cared for first level, 2 BR/1 BA condominium for lease.
1 Unit Available
107 S Law St
107 South Law Street
Aberdeen, MD | Aberdeen
1 Bedroom
$1,150
550 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Well maintained cozy one bedroom one bath single family detached house. - 550 square foot, 1 bedroom, 1 bath single family home. Central air, gas heat. Washer/dryer hook ups available (RLNE6233344)
1 Unit Available
627 Nanticoke Court
627 Nanticoke Court
Bel Air South, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
ABINGDON - CRISFIELD CROSSING - 3 Bedroom 2 Bath townhouse in Constant Friendship area. End of Group / Finished Basement / Deck Close to I95 / Wegman's / APG For showings contact us at 410-836-8689 Visit our web site at www.hutchins-property.
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Apartment Rentals in Riverside start at $1,300/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Riverside. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Towson University, Baltimore City Community College, University of Baltimore, Coppin State University, and Goucher College.

City Guide

Riverside
You've likely heard the 1970's era soft rock song, "Horse with No Name," by the band America? Well Riverside, MD is a place with two names - Riverside - and Belcamp, the government designated name for it's zip code address.
You've likely heard the 1970's era soft rock song, "Horse with No Name," by the band America? Well Riverside, MD is a place with two names - Riverside - and Belcamp, the government designated name for it's zip code address.

Riverside is a community of 2.4 square miles in coastal Maryland, a census designated place in Harford County, Maryland with a population of just over 6,400 as of the 2010 census. It's located in a coastal area where Route 40 and I-95 connect, 35 minutes from the metropolitan city of Baltimore, and just an hour and 15 minutes from the nation's capital, Washington, D.C.

Moving to Riverside

When you're ready to look for 3 bedroom apartments, home rentals, or rental property in Riverside, MD of any kind, you'll need to make a careful search. Vacancies in this pleasant, quiet coastal community with river views and plenty of green space, are usually low. Check out apartment complexes like Arborview or Perkins Place to find a 1 bedroom apartment. With a short commute location to Baltimore and a bucolic feeling to this area, you'll be able to see first hand why homes here are a coveted item. Along with looking in person -- word of mouth and 'for rent' signs on a property can only be accessed if you visit yourself -- you can view online listings, and check out the local area newspapers such as the Prime Times of Harford County, and the real estate listings in the Baltimore Sun, particularly in the Sunday paper classified section. Vacancies are low in the area, rarely over 6 percent, so be sure to allow more than a month for your home search. What should you bring when you come to look? You should bring information about your work and rental history, your ID, and be able to access your credit report. Some landlords may ask to see your W2s or bank statements, as well. And when you actually move? Bring your boating shoes, your hiking boots, and sure, a winter jacket - but this is a fairly mild climate, you won't have billowing drifts of snow here come winter time. As David Bowie sang, you will see "changes" in Riverside, specifically the change of all four seasons, including the colorful autumn leaves and the warm, pleasant summers.

Moving to Riverside
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When you're ready to look for 3 bedroom apartments, home rentals, or rental property in Riverside, MD of any kind, you'll need to make a careful search. Vacancies in this pleasant, quiet coastal community with river views and plenty of green space, are usually low. Check out apartment complexes like Arborview or Perkins Place to find a 1 bedroom apartment. With a short commute location to Baltimore and a bucolic feeling to this area, you'll be able to see first hand why homes here are a coveted item. Along with looking in person -- word of mouth and 'for rent' signs on a property can only be accessed if you visit yourself -- you can view online listings, and check out the local area newspapers such as the Prime Times of Harford County, and the real estate listings in the Baltimore Sun, particularly in the Sunday paper classified section. Vacancies are low in the area, rarely over 6 percent, so be sure to allow more than a month for your home search. What should you bring when you come to look? You should bring information about your work and rental history, your ID, and be able to access your credit report. Some landlords may ask to see your W2s or bank statements, as well. And when you actually move? Bring your boating shoes, your hiking boots, and sure, a winter jacket - but this is a fairly mild climate, you won't have billowing drifts of snow here come winter time. As David Bowie sang, you will see "changes" in Riverside, specifically the change of all four seasons, including the colorful autumn leaves and the warm, pleasant summers.

Neighborhoods in Riverside

The names of Belcamp and Riverside are interchangeable here, although Riverside can also be used to specifically refer to just the area within Belcamp located adjacent to Route 543.

Belcamp Town Center: This is a suburban neighborhood with many properties along the waters of Bush River and Long Bar Harbor. You'll also find pretty Leigh Park here, and the Otter Point Yacht Club - happy sailing! With vacancies at a low 5.9 percent, be sure to look carefully. And what will you find here? Primarily town homes and single family homes, many occupied by owners, and built between 1970 and the present.

Riverside Parkway/ Philadelphia Rd / Baneberry Dr: Located off Riverside Parkway, rents are reasonable in this quiet suburban neighborhood. You'll find medium sized to small townhomes, single family homes, and apartments here, occupied by both owners and renters. You'll also find the tasty Riverside Pizzeria here. Nature lovers take note of the Bush Declaration National Resources Management area, a stellar location for wildlife watching.

Neighborhoods in Riverside
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The names of Belcamp and Riverside are interchangeable here, although Riverside can also be used to specifically refer to just the area within Belcamp located adjacent to Route 543.

Belcamp Town Center: This is a suburban neighborhood with many properties along the waters of Bush River and Long Bar Harbor. You'll also find pretty Leigh Park here, and the Otter Point Yacht Club - happy sailing! With vacancies at a low 5.9 percent, be sure to look carefully. And what will you find here? Primarily town homes and single family homes, many occupied by owners, and built between 1970 and the present.

Riverside Parkway/ Philadelphia Rd / Baneberry Dr: Located off Riverside Parkway, rents are reasonable in this quiet suburban neighborhood. You'll find medium sized to small townhomes, single family homes, and apartments here, occupied by both owners and renters. You'll also find the tasty Riverside Pizzeria here. Nature lovers take note of the Bush Declaration National Resources Management area, a stellar location for wildlife watching.

Life in Riverside

With views of the river, estuaries, and harbor, this pretty community of mostly modern homes and apartments is busy with commerce. With a location that connects several major transportation routes, the area of town near Route 543 in particular has a variety of commercial businesses geared for commuters and other drivers, from hotels to gas stations and fast food. Outside of this area, you'll find many pleasant shops and eateries such as the cozy Bliss Coffee and Wine Bar, Wye Knot Crabs - referring to the he honorary state tree of Maryland, the Wye Oak. Or you may want to check out another local eatery, McShanes Bistro, for handcrafted sandwiches, beer and wine, and other light, fun fare. When you want to eat in, the area is served by grocery store ShopRite. There are also many national restaurant chains, and many business parks that house companies like Northrop and SafeNet. This means convenient work locations for many residents, cutting down on commute times!Yes, you'll need a car here - over 90 percent of residents drive to work, but commute times are short, under thirty minutes, and in many cases under 15 minutes. Like getting your feet wet - or all of you? Well this is the right place. A community swimming pool is a major spring and summer draw, with activities for kids and adults planned at the location. Every June there's an annual event that will have you splashing away - for seventeen years, the Wade In takes place at Otter Point Creek. It's a way to measure water quality, begun by a Maryland State Senator named Bernie Fowler 26 years ago. But now it's not just about making sure the waters in the area are clean. The event is a major happening that includes music, games, crafts, decoy carving, free pontoon boat rides, canoeing, and of course, fish seining - a type of fishing that involves the use of a vertical drag net or seine. In case you can't tell, water activities - like boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming are major pasttimes here. This great community was once the home of the Bata Shoe Company, which operated the area as a company town, replete with its own hotel. The company is gone now, but the site is being developed into a modern mixed use, business and residential, development. You'll find more history to be had here, too, with a community that began as early as 1900. Check out exhibits and information at the Harford County Historical Society. Belcamp was named for a "good camp" spot surveyed off the river in 1683. As to the Riverside name, well that origin is pretty obvious - the area is along the riverside!Also in Riverside is Sophia's Dairy. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 1768 Georgian Mansion once served as the private resident of the Bata Shoe Company's CEO. Plans are in the works to open this special place to the public.Looking for healthy greens? There are a bevy of local produce purveyors around Riverside, with farmers markets located in nearby Edgewood, Bel Air - including a mega market on Sundays, Havre de Grace, and Boordy Vineyards Good Life Thursday Farmers Market. If you're looking for local wines to compliment your foodie finds, Boordy has them. If you're looking for some active nightlife, a quick drive into Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fells Point, or Federal Hill neighborhoods will find you many pubs, restaurants, and much live music from jazz and blues to Irish ballads. The delicious pastries and pastas of Little Italy also await.

Life in Riverside
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With views of the river, estuaries, and harbor, this pretty community of mostly modern homes and apartments is busy with commerce. With a location that connects several major transportation routes, the area of town near Route 543 in particular has a variety of commercial businesses geared for commuters and other drivers, from hotels to gas stations and fast food. Outside of this area, you'll find many pleasant shops and eateries such as the cozy Bliss Coffee and Wine Bar, Wye Knot Crabs - referring to the he honorary state tree of Maryland, the Wye Oak. Or you may want to check out another local eatery, McShanes Bistro, for handcrafted sandwiches, beer and wine, and other light, fun fare. When you want to eat in, the area is served by grocery store ShopRite. There are also many national restaurant chains, and many business parks that house companies like Northrop and SafeNet. This means convenient work locations for many residents, cutting down on commute times!Yes, you'll need a car here - over 90 percent of residents drive to work, but commute times are short, under thirty minutes, and in many cases under 15 minutes. Like getting your feet wet - or all of you? Well this is the right place. A community swimming pool is a major spring and summer draw, with activities for kids and adults planned at the location. Every June there's an annual event that will have you splashing away - for seventeen years, the Wade In takes place at Otter Point Creek. It's a way to measure water quality, begun by a Maryland State Senator named Bernie Fowler 26 years ago. But now it's not just about making sure the waters in the area are clean. The event is a major happening that includes music, games, crafts, decoy carving, free pontoon boat rides, canoeing, and of course, fish seining - a type of fishing that involves the use of a vertical drag net or seine. In case you can't tell, water activities - like boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming are major pasttimes here. This great community was once the home of the Bata Shoe Company, which operated the area as a company town, replete with its own hotel. The company is gone now, but the site is being developed into a modern mixed use, business and residential, development. You'll find more history to be had here, too, with a community that began as early as 1900. Check out exhibits and information at the Harford County Historical Society. Belcamp was named for a "good camp" spot surveyed off the river in 1683. As to the Riverside name, well that origin is pretty obvious - the area is along the riverside!Also in Riverside is Sophia's Dairy. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 1768 Georgian Mansion once served as the private resident of the Bata Shoe Company's CEO. Plans are in the works to open this special place to the public.Looking for healthy greens? There are a bevy of local produce purveyors around Riverside, with farmers markets located in nearby Edgewood, Bel Air - including a mega market on Sundays, Havre de Grace, and Boordy Vineyards Good Life Thursday Farmers Market. If you're looking for local wines to compliment your foodie finds, Boordy has them. If you're looking for some active nightlife, a quick drive into Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fells Point, or Federal Hill neighborhoods will find you many pubs, restaurants, and much live music from jazz and blues to Irish ballads. The delicious pastries and pastas of Little Italy also await.

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Riverside
You've likely heard the 1970's era soft rock song, "Horse with No Name," by the band America? Well Riverside, MD is a place with two names - Riverside - and Belcamp, the government designated name for it's zip code address.
You've likely heard the 1970's era soft rock song, "Horse with No Name," by the band America? Well Riverside, MD is a place with two names - Riverside - and Belcamp, the government designated name for it's zip code address.

Riverside is a community of 2.4 square miles in coastal Maryland, a census designated place in Harford County, Maryland with a population of just over 6,400 as of the 2010 census. It's located in a coastal area where Route 40 and I-95 connect, 35 minutes from the metropolitan city of Baltimore, and just an hour and 15 minutes from the nation's capital, Washington, D.C.

Moving to Riverside

When you're ready to look for 3 bedroom apartments, home rentals, or rental property in Riverside, MD of any kind, you'll need to make a careful search. Vacancies in this pleasant, quiet coastal community with river views and plenty of green space, are usually low. Check out apartment complexes like Arborview or Perkins Place to find a 1 bedroom apartment. With a short commute location to Baltimore and a bucolic feeling to this area, you'll be able to see first hand why homes here are a coveted item. Along with looking in person -- word of mouth and 'for rent' signs on a property can only be accessed if you visit yourself -- you can view online listings, and check out the local area newspapers such as the Prime Times of Harford County, and the real estate listings in the Baltimore Sun, particularly in the Sunday paper classified section. Vacancies are low in the area, rarely over 6 percent, so be sure to allow more than a month for your home search. What should you bring when you come to look? You should bring information about your work and rental history, your ID, and be able to access your credit report. Some landlords may ask to see your W2s or bank statements, as well. And when you actually move? Bring your boating shoes, your hiking boots, and sure, a winter jacket - but this is a fairly mild climate, you won't have billowing drifts of snow here come winter time. As David Bowie sang, you will see "changes" in Riverside, specifically the change of all four seasons, including the colorful autumn leaves and the warm, pleasant summers.

Moving to Riverside
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When you're ready to look for 3 bedroom apartments, home rentals, or rental property in Riverside, MD of any kind, you'll need to make a careful search. Vacancies in this pleasant, quiet coastal community with river views and plenty of green space, are usually low. Check out apartment complexes like Arborview or Perkins Place to find a 1 bedroom apartment. With a short commute location to Baltimore and a bucolic feeling to this area, you'll be able to see first hand why homes here are a coveted item. Along with looking in person -- word of mouth and 'for rent' signs on a property can only be accessed if you visit yourself -- you can view online listings, and check out the local area newspapers such as the Prime Times of Harford County, and the real estate listings in the Baltimore Sun, particularly in the Sunday paper classified section. Vacancies are low in the area, rarely over 6 percent, so be sure to allow more than a month for your home search. What should you bring when you come to look? You should bring information about your work and rental history, your ID, and be able to access your credit report. Some landlords may ask to see your W2s or bank statements, as well. And when you actually move? Bring your boating shoes, your hiking boots, and sure, a winter jacket - but this is a fairly mild climate, you won't have billowing drifts of snow here come winter time. As David Bowie sang, you will see "changes" in Riverside, specifically the change of all four seasons, including the colorful autumn leaves and the warm, pleasant summers.

Neighborhoods in Riverside

The names of Belcamp and Riverside are interchangeable here, although Riverside can also be used to specifically refer to just the area within Belcamp located adjacent to Route 543.

Belcamp Town Center: This is a suburban neighborhood with many properties along the waters of Bush River and Long Bar Harbor. You'll also find pretty Leigh Park here, and the Otter Point Yacht Club - happy sailing! With vacancies at a low 5.9 percent, be sure to look carefully. And what will you find here? Primarily town homes and single family homes, many occupied by owners, and built between 1970 and the present.

Riverside Parkway/ Philadelphia Rd / Baneberry Dr: Located off Riverside Parkway, rents are reasonable in this quiet suburban neighborhood. You'll find medium sized to small townhomes, single family homes, and apartments here, occupied by both owners and renters. You'll also find the tasty Riverside Pizzeria here. Nature lovers take note of the Bush Declaration National Resources Management area, a stellar location for wildlife watching.

Neighborhoods in Riverside
+

The names of Belcamp and Riverside are interchangeable here, although Riverside can also be used to specifically refer to just the area within Belcamp located adjacent to Route 543.

Belcamp Town Center: This is a suburban neighborhood with many properties along the waters of Bush River and Long Bar Harbor. You'll also find pretty Leigh Park here, and the Otter Point Yacht Club - happy sailing! With vacancies at a low 5.9 percent, be sure to look carefully. And what will you find here? Primarily town homes and single family homes, many occupied by owners, and built between 1970 and the present.

Riverside Parkway/ Philadelphia Rd / Baneberry Dr: Located off Riverside Parkway, rents are reasonable in this quiet suburban neighborhood. You'll find medium sized to small townhomes, single family homes, and apartments here, occupied by both owners and renters. You'll also find the tasty Riverside Pizzeria here. Nature lovers take note of the Bush Declaration National Resources Management area, a stellar location for wildlife watching.

Life in Riverside

With views of the river, estuaries, and harbor, this pretty community of mostly modern homes and apartments is busy with commerce. With a location that connects several major transportation routes, the area of town near Route 543 in particular has a variety of commercial businesses geared for commuters and other drivers, from hotels to gas stations and fast food. Outside of this area, you'll find many pleasant shops and eateries such as the cozy Bliss Coffee and Wine Bar, Wye Knot Crabs - referring to the he honorary state tree of Maryland, the Wye Oak. Or you may want to check out another local eatery, McShanes Bistro, for handcrafted sandwiches, beer and wine, and other light, fun fare. When you want to eat in, the area is served by grocery store ShopRite. There are also many national restaurant chains, and many business parks that house companies like Northrop and SafeNet. This means convenient work locations for many residents, cutting down on commute times!Yes, you'll need a car here - over 90 percent of residents drive to work, but commute times are short, under thirty minutes, and in many cases under 15 minutes. Like getting your feet wet - or all of you? Well this is the right place. A community swimming pool is a major spring and summer draw, with activities for kids and adults planned at the location. Every June there's an annual event that will have you splashing away - for seventeen years, the Wade In takes place at Otter Point Creek. It's a way to measure water quality, begun by a Maryland State Senator named Bernie Fowler 26 years ago. But now it's not just about making sure the waters in the area are clean. The event is a major happening that includes music, games, crafts, decoy carving, free pontoon boat rides, canoeing, and of course, fish seining - a type of fishing that involves the use of a vertical drag net or seine. In case you can't tell, water activities - like boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming are major pasttimes here. This great community was once the home of the Bata Shoe Company, which operated the area as a company town, replete with its own hotel. The company is gone now, but the site is being developed into a modern mixed use, business and residential, development. You'll find more history to be had here, too, with a community that began as early as 1900. Check out exhibits and information at the Harford County Historical Society. Belcamp was named for a "good camp" spot surveyed off the river in 1683. As to the Riverside name, well that origin is pretty obvious - the area is along the riverside!Also in Riverside is Sophia's Dairy. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 1768 Georgian Mansion once served as the private resident of the Bata Shoe Company's CEO. Plans are in the works to open this special place to the public.Looking for healthy greens? There are a bevy of local produce purveyors around Riverside, with farmers markets located in nearby Edgewood, Bel Air - including a mega market on Sundays, Havre de Grace, and Boordy Vineyards Good Life Thursday Farmers Market. If you're looking for local wines to compliment your foodie finds, Boordy has them. If you're looking for some active nightlife, a quick drive into Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fells Point, or Federal Hill neighborhoods will find you many pubs, restaurants, and much live music from jazz and blues to Irish ballads. The delicious pastries and pastas of Little Italy also await.

Life in Riverside
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With views of the river, estuaries, and harbor, this pretty community of mostly modern homes and apartments is busy with commerce. With a location that connects several major transportation routes, the area of town near Route 543 in particular has a variety of commercial businesses geared for commuters and other drivers, from hotels to gas stations and fast food. Outside of this area, you'll find many pleasant shops and eateries such as the cozy Bliss Coffee and Wine Bar, Wye Knot Crabs - referring to the he honorary state tree of Maryland, the Wye Oak. Or you may want to check out another local eatery, McShanes Bistro, for handcrafted sandwiches, beer and wine, and other light, fun fare. When you want to eat in, the area is served by grocery store ShopRite. There are also many national restaurant chains, and many business parks that house companies like Northrop and SafeNet. This means convenient work locations for many residents, cutting down on commute times!Yes, you'll need a car here - over 90 percent of residents drive to work, but commute times are short, under thirty minutes, and in many cases under 15 minutes. Like getting your feet wet - or all of you? Well this is the right place. A community swimming pool is a major spring and summer draw, with activities for kids and adults planned at the location. Every June there's an annual event that will have you splashing away - for seventeen years, the Wade In takes place at Otter Point Creek. It's a way to measure water quality, begun by a Maryland State Senator named Bernie Fowler 26 years ago. But now it's not just about making sure the waters in the area are clean. The event is a major happening that includes music, games, crafts, decoy carving, free pontoon boat rides, canoeing, and of course, fish seining - a type of fishing that involves the use of a vertical drag net or seine. In case you can't tell, water activities - like boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming are major pasttimes here. This great community was once the home of the Bata Shoe Company, which operated the area as a company town, replete with its own hotel. The company is gone now, but the site is being developed into a modern mixed use, business and residential, development. You'll find more history to be had here, too, with a community that began as early as 1900. Check out exhibits and information at the Harford County Historical Society. Belcamp was named for a "good camp" spot surveyed off the river in 1683. As to the Riverside name, well that origin is pretty obvious - the area is along the riverside!Also in Riverside is Sophia's Dairy. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 1768 Georgian Mansion once served as the private resident of the Bata Shoe Company's CEO. Plans are in the works to open this special place to the public.Looking for healthy greens? There are a bevy of local produce purveyors around Riverside, with farmers markets located in nearby Edgewood, Bel Air - including a mega market on Sundays, Havre de Grace, and Boordy Vineyards Good Life Thursday Farmers Market. If you're looking for local wines to compliment your foodie finds, Boordy has them. If you're looking for some active nightlife, a quick drive into Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fells Point, or Federal Hill neighborhoods will find you many pubs, restaurants, and much live music from jazz and blues to Irish ballads. The delicious pastries and pastas of Little Italy also await.