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192 Apartments for rent in Walker Mill, MD

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Check out 192 verified apartments for rent in Walker Mill, MD with rents starting as low as $1200. Some apartments for rent in Walker Mill might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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2 Units Available
Parkland Square
2100 County Rd, Walker Mill, MD
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,335
850 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 01:15 AM
We know what you want in a home. We Have It! A Well-Maintained Apartment With Lots Of Room.
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2 Units Available
Woods at Addison
6500 Ronald Rd, Walker Mill, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,310
758 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,515
937 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
Spacious floorplans with private patios, walk-in closets, and well-equipped kitchens. Minutes away from the National Harbor and Capital Beltway. Residents have access to a sparkling pool and on-site laundry. Pet-friendly.
1 Unit Available
714 Waveland Avenue
714 Waveland Avenue, Walker Mill, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,470
1672 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 04:35 AM
Professionally managed by Pathlight Property Management, the exclusive property manager for Home Partners of America, offering excellent customer service, 24/7 emergency maintenance service, online application and payments, and pet-friendly options.
1 Unit Available
7210 Starboard Drive
7210 Starboard Drive, Walker Mill, MD
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$2,997
1200 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 04:25 AM
3 bedrooms, 1,5 bathroom available in District Heights, MD. All utilities included. Fully Furnished.
1 Unit Available
6308 Santo Place
6308 Santo Place, Walker Mill, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,490
1672 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 04:25 AM
SPECIALS: ---MOVE IN BY OCTOBER 1, 2020, AND RECEIVE HALF OFF NOVEMBER'S RENT. ---MOVE IN BY OCTOBER 1, 2020, AND RECEIVE $150 OFF FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2020. ***Showings available on Saturday or Sunday. Email to set up an appointment.
1 Unit Available
1851 ADDISON ROAD S
1851 Addison Road South, Walker Mill, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1129 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
This renovated first floor condo is everything you've been searching for! With 3 spacious bedrooms and 1.5 updated baths and great community amenities, this is home is the perfect fit for you.
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42 Units Available
The Villages at Morgan Metro
8251 Ridgefield Blvd, Landover, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
990 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,085
1276 sqft
4 Bedrooms
$2,570
1416 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
Home can be as relaxing as a walk in the park at The Villages at Morgan Metro. Spectacular and spacious garden and townhomes sit nestled in the lush beauty of more than 180 acres of greenery, trails, and outdoor living.
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9 Units Available
Avenue Apartments
6311 Pennsylvania Ave, Forestville, MD
Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,196
706 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,347
851 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,616
1114 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:56 AM
Located close to Highway 4 and yards from Great Eastern Shopping Center. Open-plan apartments with patio or balcony, hardwood floors and a fully equipped kitchen. Community includes a pool, a playground and a gym.
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5 Units Available
Verona at the Park
5284 Marlboro Pike Suite 303, Capitol Heights, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,217
603 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,344
771 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 03:33 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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15 Units Available
Century Summerfield @ Morgan Metro
8100 Gibbs Way, Landover, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,482
763 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,849
1154 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,316
1548 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
Pet-friendly 1-3 bedroom units with jaw-dropping details like 9-foot ceilings, granite counters, fireplaces, impressive patio vistas and built-in bookshelves. Enjoy clubhouse with gym, pool and internet cafe. Grill on site.
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11 Units Available
Verona at District
5042 Silver Hill Ct, Suitland, MD
Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,163
735 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,254
910 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,478
1072 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:34 AM
The Verona at District Heights, a community of apartments in Suitland, MD, is just a short drive from Washington, D.C. Located a short distance from the Suitland Metro.
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3 Units Available
Dunhill South Apartments
5815 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,395
786 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
967 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 01:01 AM
Enjoy quality living at Dunhill South Apartments. Dunhill South Apartments offers modern, spacious, charming living.
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11 Units Available
Pleasant House
6904 Seat Pleasant Dr, Peppermill Village, MD
Carmody Hills-Pepper Mill Village
1 Bedroom
$1,310
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,455
894 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:32 AM
Spring into action and move into one of our one or two bedroom apartment homes and save on UTILITIES!!! That's right --- all you pay is rent and the utilities are included.
1 Unit Available
6303 Hil-Mar Drive
6303 Hil-Mar Drive, Suitland, MD
Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,300
715 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 04:14 AM
Unit type: Condominium; Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of bathrooms: 1; Square footage: 715; Parking: 1 Car Outdoor Parking; Monthly rent: $1300.00; IMRID24441
1 Unit Available
6305 HIL MAR DRIVE
6305 Hil-Mar Drive, Suitland, MD
Suitland-Silver Hill
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1147 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
6305 Hil-Mar Drive is a well maintained 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom condo featuring inviting hardwood floors, spacious living area, stainless appliances, inviting cabinetry, a ground level patio, and more! Less than 5-miles from Washington DC and Joint
1 Unit Available
6303 SOUTHERN AVENUE
6303 Southern Avenue Northeast, Prince George's County, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1080 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
This has that old house character, wood floor 1st and 2nd flr, wood stair case and nice wood work. Main floor has living, dining room & newer kitchen. New full bath. Basement is open area with built in bench seating and a 1/2 bath.
1 Unit Available
6112 Banks Pl NE
6112 Banks Place Northeast, Washington, DC
Marshall Heights - Lincoln Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
1401 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
NE Row House - Property Id: 352693 Located just two blocks from the Capitol Heights Metrorail Station (Blue and Silver line), this quintessential Deanwood semi-detached home has been beautifully renovated and cared for.
1 Unit Available
227 63rd Street, NE
227 63rd Street Northeast, Washington, DC
Marshall Heights - Lincoln Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
788 sqft
Last updated August 15 at 03:22 AM
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1 Unit Available
5711 Falkland Place
5711 Falkland Place, Capitol Heights, MD
Studio
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3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1200 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Wonderful 3 BR, 1.5 BA Home in Capitol Heights!!! - Renters Warehouse proudly presents to you this wonderful 3 BR, 1.
1 Unit Available
615 SPECTATOR AVENUE
615 Spectator Avenue, Summerfield, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
1776 sqft
Last updated August 16 at 10:37 PM
Elegant and wonderful, one of the largest end units, Brick front and side, 2 car separate garage. Main level: step into a large open living space, Loads of closet space, 1 bedroom, full bath, walk out to garage, great for in-law and/or roommates.
Results within 5 miles of Walker Mill
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7 Units Available
Bell Capitol Hill
1717 E Capitol St SE, Washington, DC
Kingman Park
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,730
715 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,515
967 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
Bell Capitol Hill offers premium living, with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and modern floor plans. Located near Seattle's highest quality shopping, dining, and entertainment.
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17 Units Available
Tribeca at Camp Springs
4701 Old Soper Rd, Camp Springs, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,809
1018 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,976
1308 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,328
1625 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
A modern, upscale community. Community amenities include a pool, clubroom, business center, putting green and play area. Each home features granite countertops, custom cabinetry, large kitchens and high ceilings. Pets allowed.
Verified
15 Units Available
Tapestry Largo Station
9300 Lottsford Rd, Largo, MD
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,800
830 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,428
1235 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:33 AM
Luxurious, pet-friendly units with in-unit laundry and patio/balcony offer proximity to the Metro. Enjoy the yoga studio, fitness center, lush courtyards, and community hub. Minutes from Redskin Stadium. Plenty of shopping nearby.
Verified
21 Units Available
Aspire Apollo
4451 Telfair Blvd, Camp Springs, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,645
775 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,920
1190 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
1437 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 03:37 AM
A U-shaped, four-story mega-complex, every Aspire apartment overlooks the pool in the center of the grounds. Complete with a clubhouse, coffee-bar and game room. Apartments come with hardwood floors and granite counters in the kitchens.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Walker Mill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Howard Community College, University of Maryland-University College, University of Maryland-College Park, and Montgomery College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Walker Mill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Howard Community College, University of Maryland-University College, University of Maryland-College Park, and Montgomery College.
City GuideWalker Mill
In Maryland, it is illegal to take a lion to the movies, so if you're thinking of moving to Walker Mill with a king of the jungle -- think again.
In Maryland, it is illegal to take a lion to the movies, so if you're thinking of moving to Walker Mill with a king of the jungle -- think again.

Walker Mill, Maryland, is a quaint little town sandwiched between Capital Heights and Kettering, just Southwest of the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Since Walker Mill is within close proximity of the White House (30 minutes to be exact), there are a number of tourists popping in and out of the city. The atmosphere is pretty friendly, as expected around these parts, but somehow Walker Mill sets itself apart from the other cities surrounding it. For one, Walker Mill has a cool name -- so let's just get that out there -- and secondly, Walker Mill is a town within a city. From first sight it seems to be very metropolitan, with large buildings, lots of businesses and large swaths of homes and apartments. However, Walker Mill still has that cozy, friendly, warmth that you'd expect from a much smaller town.

Moving to Walker Mill

Moving anywhere near the capital takes a little preparation beforehand. Since the neighborhoods surrounding Walker Mill are quite busy, getting in town to view properties can be a little tricky. The best time of day to get in and have a nose around would be in the daytime before 2 p.m. and in the evening after 6 p.m. If you're thinking of doing an evening viewing, call ahead of time. Some rental offices close shortly after 4 p.m.

If you haven't been to Walker Mill, but you're thinking of moving here, take a tour before deciding on the area where you would like to live. The great thing about Walker Mill is the diversity. But because it's so diverse, each part of the town has its own distinguishing features. Some areas are near shopping centers, others are nearer to parks and open greenery, so taking public transportation or driving around the area would be advisable. Since Walker Mill is a pretty sizable area, taking a cab from viewing to viewing may get a little pricey.

There a lot to premier apartments in Walker Mill due to its close proximity to Washington D.C. Some of these apartment homes are advertised as furnished apartments and unfurnished apartments, some are all bills paid. Depending on the area you're looking in, you might find a multitude of 1 bedroom apartments, studio apartments for rent and even four bedroom apartments for rent!

The best time to start your search is around spring or fall when more families are moving due to school breaks. You need to take a few key documents along with you to start the application process if your heart is set on a particular apartment home Some things that you'll need when you prepare to apply for an apartment are: your identification card and social security card for all of the residents that are going to be on the lease, proof of employment or self employment and letters of referral. Although some apartments would prefer to call your references, the process may go a little quicker if you bring along letters of referral as well. You'll also want to be sure you have proper proof of income. To prove your income you can bring along pay stubs, bank statements or a letter of hire. If you're bringing the letter, make sure the letter states when you started working, how many hours you worked, how often you're paid, and how much you are paid. A proof of name change can be useful, if relevant. If you're married or have filed a petition to change your name, you have to bring along this document, especially if it differs from the name on your most recent identification card or social security card. Lastly, you need to provide your current landlord's contact details (assuming you did not own your last home). Since Walker Mill is so close to Washington, D.C., finding an apartment may prove a little difficult at first. Your best chances of securing a place would be to apply as soon as you find an apartment you're interested in and submit the required deposit to hold the apartment. Alternatively, you can beg the tenants to move out or stage a peaceful protest.

Moving to Walker Mill
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Moving anywhere near the capital takes a little preparation beforehand. Since the neighborhoods surrounding Walker Mill are quite busy, getting in town to view properties can be a little tricky. The best time of day to get in and have a nose around would be in the daytime before 2 p.m. and in the evening after 6 p.m. If you're thinking of doing an evening viewing, call ahead of time. Some rental offices close shortly after 4 p.m.

If you haven't been to Walker Mill, but you're thinking of moving here, take a tour before deciding on the area where you would like to live. The great thing about Walker Mill is the diversity. But because it's so diverse, each part of the town has its own distinguishing features. Some areas are near shopping centers, others are nearer to parks and open greenery, so taking public transportation or driving around the area would be advisable. Since Walker Mill is a pretty sizable area, taking a cab from viewing to viewing may get a little pricey.

There a lot to premier apartments in Walker Mill due to its close proximity to Washington D.C. Some of these apartment homes are advertised as furnished apartments and unfurnished apartments, some are all bills paid. Depending on the area you're looking in, you might find a multitude of 1 bedroom apartments, studio apartments for rent and even four bedroom apartments for rent!

The best time to start your search is around spring or fall when more families are moving due to school breaks. You need to take a few key documents along with you to start the application process if your heart is set on a particular apartment home Some things that you'll need when you prepare to apply for an apartment are: your identification card and social security card for all of the residents that are going to be on the lease, proof of employment or self employment and letters of referral. Although some apartments would prefer to call your references, the process may go a little quicker if you bring along letters of referral as well. You'll also want to be sure you have proper proof of income. To prove your income you can bring along pay stubs, bank statements or a letter of hire. If you're bringing the letter, make sure the letter states when you started working, how many hours you worked, how often you're paid, and how much you are paid. A proof of name change can be useful, if relevant. If you're married or have filed a petition to change your name, you have to bring along this document, especially if it differs from the name on your most recent identification card or social security card. Lastly, you need to provide your current landlord's contact details (assuming you did not own your last home). Since Walker Mill is so close to Washington, D.C., finding an apartment may prove a little difficult at first. Your best chances of securing a place would be to apply as soon as you find an apartment you're interested in and submit the required deposit to hold the apartment. Alternatively, you can beg the tenants to move out or stage a peaceful protest.

Neighborhoods in Walker Mill

Since Walker Mill is a census-designated place, so it's small; however, there are some distinct. neighborhoods located within it, however, it is very common for residents to refer to the area they live in by street name.

Northern Walker Mill: Northern Walker Mill is the commercial part of town. It's a good spot for commuters because it's home to the train station. If you like spending time outside, you'll enjoy this neighborhood's park: the Millwood Recreation Center

Southern Walker Mill: This area is mainly suburban, but there are a few restaurants and shops that make running errands easy. If you like dining out, enjoy spots here like Taste Buds and Lucky Star Restaurant.

Neighborhoods in Walker Mill
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Since Walker Mill is a census-designated place, so it's small; however, there are some distinct. neighborhoods located within it, however, it is very common for residents to refer to the area they live in by street name.

Northern Walker Mill: Northern Walker Mill is the commercial part of town. It's a good spot for commuters because it's home to the train station. If you like spending time outside, you'll enjoy this neighborhood's park: the Millwood Recreation Center

Southern Walker Mill: This area is mainly suburban, but there are a few restaurants and shops that make running errands easy. If you like dining out, enjoy spots here like Taste Buds and Lucky Star Restaurant.

Living in Walker Mill

Luckily living in Walker Mill is just as exciting as living in one of its neighboring towns. There is never a dull moment here. Whether you are a person that likes to go out and socialize with other people, or person who likes to stay indoors and socialize with a few cats, there's always something for you to do in Walker Mill.

There are two main parks in Walker Mill. Both are located to the east of the city. Residents visit the Millwood Neighborhood Recreational Center to throw barbecues, have picnics, play soccer, shoot basketball, or take the kids to its oversized playground. Just southeast of Millwood is Walker Mill Regional Park. Walker Mill Regional Park has more land for those who are into activities such as football, soccer, or jogging.

If you're a fan of the East Coast you've no doubt heard of the 95 freeway, more correctly known as Interstate 95. Interstate 95 stretches from the northernmost point of the country all the way down to Florida. For this reason, many people use it to travel between major cities or vacationing spots.

If you want to get around Walker Mill without spending money on gas, you have lots of options available. This town is highly walkable and there are multiple parks spread out throughout the city, which makes walking a top priority for most residents of the area. If walking isn't your thing and you'd rather bike, note that there aren't any true bike paths in Walker Mill, although there are multiple areas that are bike friendly. Just make sure to strap on your helmet and obey the biking rules of the area to avoid getting fined.

Another more commonly used method of transportation is the WMATA, better known as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Most of these buses go through the outskirts of Walker Mill down Shady Glen Drive or Addison Road. These buses come regularly, so you don't have to stand at the bus stop for hours on end wondering where the bus is (if you live in New York you've probably experienced this a time or two).

Living in Walker Mill
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Luckily living in Walker Mill is just as exciting as living in one of its neighboring towns. There is never a dull moment here. Whether you are a person that likes to go out and socialize with other people, or person who likes to stay indoors and socialize with a few cats, there's always something for you to do in Walker Mill.

There are two main parks in Walker Mill. Both are located to the east of the city. Residents visit the Millwood Neighborhood Recreational Center to throw barbecues, have picnics, play soccer, shoot basketball, or take the kids to its oversized playground. Just southeast of Millwood is Walker Mill Regional Park. Walker Mill Regional Park has more land for those who are into activities such as football, soccer, or jogging.

If you're a fan of the East Coast you've no doubt heard of the 95 freeway, more correctly known as Interstate 95. Interstate 95 stretches from the northernmost point of the country all the way down to Florida. For this reason, many people use it to travel between major cities or vacationing spots.

If you want to get around Walker Mill without spending money on gas, you have lots of options available. This town is highly walkable and there are multiple parks spread out throughout the city, which makes walking a top priority for most residents of the area. If walking isn't your thing and you'd rather bike, note that there aren't any true bike paths in Walker Mill, although there are multiple areas that are bike friendly. Just make sure to strap on your helmet and obey the biking rules of the area to avoid getting fined.

Another more commonly used method of transportation is the WMATA, better known as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Most of these buses go through the outskirts of Walker Mill down Shady Glen Drive or Addison Road. These buses come regularly, so you don't have to stand at the bus stop for hours on end wondering where the bus is (if you live in New York you've probably experienced this a time or two).

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City GuideWalker Mill
In Maryland, it is illegal to take a lion to the movies, so if you're thinking of moving to Walker Mill with a king of the jungle -- think again.
In Maryland, it is illegal to take a lion to the movies, so if you're thinking of moving to Walker Mill with a king of the jungle -- think again.

Walker Mill, Maryland, is a quaint little town sandwiched between Capital Heights and Kettering, just Southwest of the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Since Walker Mill is within close proximity of the White House (30 minutes to be exact), there are a number of tourists popping in and out of the city. The atmosphere is pretty friendly, as expected around these parts, but somehow Walker Mill sets itself apart from the other cities surrounding it. For one, Walker Mill has a cool name -- so let's just get that out there -- and secondly, Walker Mill is a town within a city. From first sight it seems to be very metropolitan, with large buildings, lots of businesses and large swaths of homes and apartments. However, Walker Mill still has that cozy, friendly, warmth that you'd expect from a much smaller town.

Moving to Walker Mill

Moving anywhere near the capital takes a little preparation beforehand. Since the neighborhoods surrounding Walker Mill are quite busy, getting in town to view properties can be a little tricky. The best time of day to get in and have a nose around would be in the daytime before 2 p.m. and in the evening after 6 p.m. If you're thinking of doing an evening viewing, call ahead of time. Some rental offices close shortly after 4 p.m.

If you haven't been to Walker Mill, but you're thinking of moving here, take a tour before deciding on the area where you would like to live. The great thing about Walker Mill is the diversity. But because it's so diverse, each part of the town has its own distinguishing features. Some areas are near shopping centers, others are nearer to parks and open greenery, so taking public transportation or driving around the area would be advisable. Since Walker Mill is a pretty sizable area, taking a cab from viewing to viewing may get a little pricey.

There a lot to premier apartments in Walker Mill due to its close proximity to Washington D.C. Some of these apartment homes are advertised as furnished apartments and unfurnished apartments, some are all bills paid. Depending on the area you're looking in, you might find a multitude of 1 bedroom apartments, studio apartments for rent and even four bedroom apartments for rent!

The best time to start your search is around spring or fall when more families are moving due to school breaks. You need to take a few key documents along with you to start the application process if your heart is set on a particular apartment home Some things that you'll need when you prepare to apply for an apartment are: your identification card and social security card for all of the residents that are going to be on the lease, proof of employment or self employment and letters of referral. Although some apartments would prefer to call your references, the process may go a little quicker if you bring along letters of referral as well. You'll also want to be sure you have proper proof of income. To prove your income you can bring along pay stubs, bank statements or a letter of hire. If you're bringing the letter, make sure the letter states when you started working, how many hours you worked, how often you're paid, and how much you are paid. A proof of name change can be useful, if relevant. If you're married or have filed a petition to change your name, you have to bring along this document, especially if it differs from the name on your most recent identification card or social security card. Lastly, you need to provide your current landlord's contact details (assuming you did not own your last home). Since Walker Mill is so close to Washington, D.C., finding an apartment may prove a little difficult at first. Your best chances of securing a place would be to apply as soon as you find an apartment you're interested in and submit the required deposit to hold the apartment. Alternatively, you can beg the tenants to move out or stage a peaceful protest.

Moving to Walker Mill
+

Moving anywhere near the capital takes a little preparation beforehand. Since the neighborhoods surrounding Walker Mill are quite busy, getting in town to view properties can be a little tricky. The best time of day to get in and have a nose around would be in the daytime before 2 p.m. and in the evening after 6 p.m. If you're thinking of doing an evening viewing, call ahead of time. Some rental offices close shortly after 4 p.m.

If you haven't been to Walker Mill, but you're thinking of moving here, take a tour before deciding on the area where you would like to live. The great thing about Walker Mill is the diversity. But because it's so diverse, each part of the town has its own distinguishing features. Some areas are near shopping centers, others are nearer to parks and open greenery, so taking public transportation or driving around the area would be advisable. Since Walker Mill is a pretty sizable area, taking a cab from viewing to viewing may get a little pricey.

There a lot to premier apartments in Walker Mill due to its close proximity to Washington D.C. Some of these apartment homes are advertised as furnished apartments and unfurnished apartments, some are all bills paid. Depending on the area you're looking in, you might find a multitude of 1 bedroom apartments, studio apartments for rent and even four bedroom apartments for rent!

The best time to start your search is around spring or fall when more families are moving due to school breaks. You need to take a few key documents along with you to start the application process if your heart is set on a particular apartment home Some things that you'll need when you prepare to apply for an apartment are: your identification card and social security card for all of the residents that are going to be on the lease, proof of employment or self employment and letters of referral. Although some apartments would prefer to call your references, the process may go a little quicker if you bring along letters of referral as well. You'll also want to be sure you have proper proof of income. To prove your income you can bring along pay stubs, bank statements or a letter of hire. If you're bringing the letter, make sure the letter states when you started working, how many hours you worked, how often you're paid, and how much you are paid. A proof of name change can be useful, if relevant. If you're married or have filed a petition to change your name, you have to bring along this document, especially if it differs from the name on your most recent identification card or social security card. Lastly, you need to provide your current landlord's contact details (assuming you did not own your last home). Since Walker Mill is so close to Washington, D.C., finding an apartment may prove a little difficult at first. Your best chances of securing a place would be to apply as soon as you find an apartment you're interested in and submit the required deposit to hold the apartment. Alternatively, you can beg the tenants to move out or stage a peaceful protest.

Neighborhoods in Walker Mill

Since Walker Mill is a census-designated place, so it's small; however, there are some distinct. neighborhoods located within it, however, it is very common for residents to refer to the area they live in by street name.

Northern Walker Mill: Northern Walker Mill is the commercial part of town. It's a good spot for commuters because it's home to the train station. If you like spending time outside, you'll enjoy this neighborhood's park: the Millwood Recreation Center

Southern Walker Mill: This area is mainly suburban, but there are a few restaurants and shops that make running errands easy. If you like dining out, enjoy spots here like Taste Buds and Lucky Star Restaurant.

Neighborhoods in Walker Mill
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Since Walker Mill is a census-designated place, so it's small; however, there are some distinct. neighborhoods located within it, however, it is very common for residents to refer to the area they live in by street name.

Northern Walker Mill: Northern Walker Mill is the commercial part of town. It's a good spot for commuters because it's home to the train station. If you like spending time outside, you'll enjoy this neighborhood's park: the Millwood Recreation Center

Southern Walker Mill: This area is mainly suburban, but there are a few restaurants and shops that make running errands easy. If you like dining out, enjoy spots here like Taste Buds and Lucky Star Restaurant.

Living in Walker Mill

Luckily living in Walker Mill is just as exciting as living in one of its neighboring towns. There is never a dull moment here. Whether you are a person that likes to go out and socialize with other people, or person who likes to stay indoors and socialize with a few cats, there's always something for you to do in Walker Mill.

There are two main parks in Walker Mill. Both are located to the east of the city. Residents visit the Millwood Neighborhood Recreational Center to throw barbecues, have picnics, play soccer, shoot basketball, or take the kids to its oversized playground. Just southeast of Millwood is Walker Mill Regional Park. Walker Mill Regional Park has more land for those who are into activities such as football, soccer, or jogging.

If you're a fan of the East Coast you've no doubt heard of the 95 freeway, more correctly known as Interstate 95. Interstate 95 stretches from the northernmost point of the country all the way down to Florida. For this reason, many people use it to travel between major cities or vacationing spots.

If you want to get around Walker Mill without spending money on gas, you have lots of options available. This town is highly walkable and there are multiple parks spread out throughout the city, which makes walking a top priority for most residents of the area. If walking isn't your thing and you'd rather bike, note that there aren't any true bike paths in Walker Mill, although there are multiple areas that are bike friendly. Just make sure to strap on your helmet and obey the biking rules of the area to avoid getting fined.

Another more commonly used method of transportation is the WMATA, better known as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Most of these buses go through the outskirts of Walker Mill down Shady Glen Drive or Addison Road. These buses come regularly, so you don't have to stand at the bus stop for hours on end wondering where the bus is (if you live in New York you've probably experienced this a time or two).

Living in Walker Mill
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Luckily living in Walker Mill is just as exciting as living in one of its neighboring towns. There is never a dull moment here. Whether you are a person that likes to go out and socialize with other people, or person who likes to stay indoors and socialize with a few cats, there's always something for you to do in Walker Mill.

There are two main parks in Walker Mill. Both are located to the east of the city. Residents visit the Millwood Neighborhood Recreational Center to throw barbecues, have picnics, play soccer, shoot basketball, or take the kids to its oversized playground. Just southeast of Millwood is Walker Mill Regional Park. Walker Mill Regional Park has more land for those who are into activities such as football, soccer, or jogging.

If you're a fan of the East Coast you've no doubt heard of the 95 freeway, more correctly known as Interstate 95. Interstate 95 stretches from the northernmost point of the country all the way down to Florida. For this reason, many people use it to travel between major cities or vacationing spots.

If you want to get around Walker Mill without spending money on gas, you have lots of options available. This town is highly walkable and there are multiple parks spread out throughout the city, which makes walking a top priority for most residents of the area. If walking isn't your thing and you'd rather bike, note that there aren't any true bike paths in Walker Mill, although there are multiple areas that are bike friendly. Just make sure to strap on your helmet and obey the biking rules of the area to avoid getting fined.

Another more commonly used method of transportation is the WMATA, better known as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Most of these buses go through the outskirts of Walker Mill down Shady Glen Drive or Addison Road. These buses come regularly, so you don't have to stand at the bus stop for hours on end wondering where the bus is (if you live in New York you've probably experienced this a time or two).