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1154 Apartments for rent in Haddon Heights, NJ

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Haddon Knolls
405 North White Horse Pike
Haddon Heights, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,480
920 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:08 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Haddon Knolls in Haddon Heights. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
516 STATION AVENUE
516 Station Avenue
Haddon Heights, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1056 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
A cozy 2nd Floor, 2 Bedroom Apartment above Cooper River Dance Studio. This apartment is located on Station Avenue in the heart of Haddon Heights Business District.
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1 Unit Available
2 ELLEN DRIVE
2 Ellen Drive
Bellmawr, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
1520 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
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1 Unit Available
47 ESTAUGH AVENUE
47 Estaugh Avenue
Haddonfield, NJ
2 Bedrooms
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5 Bedrooms
$3,600
2094 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Great single family home in the Elizabeth Haddon Section of Historic Haddonfield. 4-5 bedrooms and 2 full and 2 half baths. Walking distance to all the schools and downtown. 2 car detached garage. Tenant must have renter's insurance.
1 Unit Available
138 W BROWNING RD
138 West Browning Road
Bellmawr, NJ
Studio
$700
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 138 W BROWNING RD in Bellmawr. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
441 CHESTER AVENUE
441 Chester Avenue
Bellmawr, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1236 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:17 AM
This adorable ranch home is conveniently located and literally turnkey, just bring your stuff! Updated landscaping and looking sharp, curb appeal is top notch! The large fenced back yard is fantastic and the storage shed is an added bonus.
1 Unit Available
413 MAPLE AVENUE
413 Maple Avenue
Audubon, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1582 sqft
Last updated January 1 at 12:50 PM
Great, responsible Landlord who takes tremendous pride in the property , and is seeking tenants that will do the same. This open floor plan, large 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment sits on a quiet residential street in Audubon. The home is just 2.
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3 Units Available
Burrough's Mill
1 Burroughs Mill Circle
Cherry Hill Mall, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,908
947 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 06:41 PM
Only moments from Cherry Hill Mall, this property offers residents amenities such as a sauna, dog park, resident lounge and a sparkling swimming pool. Apartments have fireplaces, spacious closets and in-unit laundry.
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4 Units Available
The Collings at the Lumberyard
595 N Atlantic Ave
Collingswood, NJ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,190
1139 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 06:40 PM
The Collings at The Lumberyard offers the ultimate lifestyle experience. Our well-appointed and spacious apartments are specifically designed to provide you with the luxury and maintenance-free convenience you desire.
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5 Units Available
The Austin
1600 Club Dr
Bellmawr, NJ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,935
1174 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,240
1301 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:40 PM
Situated off Locust Grove Boulevard with proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike. Pet-friendly community features include a dog park and jogging trail. Apartments have a private entrance, vaulted ceilings, and oversized closets.
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21 Units Available
Haddon Hills Apartments
210 W Crystal Lake Ave
Haddonfield, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,025
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,135
870 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 06:40 PM
Welcome to Haddon Hills Apartments - our garden style community offers an array of spacious floor plans including 1 & 2 bedroom apartment homes as well as 2 & 3 bedroom town-homes.
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24 Units Available
The Metropolitan Collingswood
213 Garfield Ave
Collingswood, NJ
Studio
$1,360
653 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:30 PM
Metropolitan Collingswood apartments are centrally located to the well-known gourmet restaurants and designer shops of the quaint, artsy, bedroom community of Collingswood, NJ.
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8 Units Available
Fox Pointe
220A Dobbs Drive
Hi-Nella, NJ
1 Bedroom
$970
662 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,375
850 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:28 PM
The Voorhees Town Center puts great shopping and dining within reach of this property. The pet-friendly community has a pool and on-site laundry. Units have a full range of appliances and have been recently renovated.
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2 Units Available
Echelon Glen
314 Echelon Rd
Echelon, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,250
654 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
864 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 06:25 PM
Welcome to Echelon Glen, a community for comfortable and convenient living just minutes to Philadelphia.
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3 Units Available
The Metropolitan Runnemede
100 Hartford Drive
Runnemede, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,175
747 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 06:17 PM
The metropolitan runnemede apartments are tucked away in a quiet community with secluded park-like settings in Camden County, NJ.
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38 Units Available
The Village at Voorhees
10 Lucas Ln
Voorhees, NJ
Studio
$1,115
484 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,255
638 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,470
832 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:07 PM
The Village at Voorhees offers studio, 1 and 2 bedrooms​ for rent in Voorhees, NJ. Our community is Affordable, offering you a comfortable space to call home. Each of our apartments features a Washer & Dryer.
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27 Units Available
Cherry Hill Towers
2145 NJ 38
Cherry Hill Mall, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,430
734 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,485
1017 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:06 PM
Luxury hi-rise living in Cherry Hill. Just minutes from Philadelphia, or enjoy outdoor recreation at nearby Wharton State Forest. Expansive 22-acre grounds offering tennis, hiking and an outdoor pool.
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8 Units Available
Lakeview Apartments
590 Lower Landing Rd
Blackwood, NJ
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,285
831 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 05:02 PM
All apartments offer a balcony or patio overlooking our beautiful nature filled sites and off street parking.Private luxury with community living and a variety of amenities are included in your rent.
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2 Units Available
Brookview Manor Apartments, LLC
115 Wright Ave
Stratford, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,025
616 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,210
784 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:37 PM
Quiet and Convenient Residential Living.
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18 Units Available
Haddonview Apartments
1 MacArthur Blvd
Camden County, NJ
Studio
$1,210
470 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,315
743 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,655
1052 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:37 PM
LIVE VERTICALLY! All Utilities Included! Free Shuttle to Philly! Come to Haddonview where you will experience carefree and luxurious high rise living in a delightful suburban setting. Just a 3 min walk to shopping, restaurants, banking, Wm.
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7 Units Available
Haddon Towne Center
225 Haddon Avenue
Haddonfield, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,975
833 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,150
1013 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 09:47 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Haddon Towne Center in Haddonfield. View photos, descriptions and more!
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1 Unit Available
Creswood
301 Champion Ave
Collingswood, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
907 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:47 AM
Nestled in historic Collingswood, New Jersey, Creswood Apartments is a place you would be proud to call home. Great location just off Rt 130 South, and minutes from the Ben Franklin and Walt Whitman bridges, and the Patco High-Speed line.
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4 Units Available
The Vista
225 Echelon Rd
Voorhees, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,200
720 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,475
950 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1109 sqft
Last updated August 12 at 04:08 PM
Units have condo-level finishes, stainless steel appliances and custom stone countertops. Community has Lake and Park views, as well as brand new fitness center and pool. Located steps from the Voorhees Town Center and PATCO.
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5 Units Available
Coventry Place Apartments
309 Brooke Ave A2
Magnolia, NJ
Studio
$825
430 sqft
1 Bedroom
$890
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
969 sqft
Last updated July 23 at 02:10 PM
Coventry Place is one of South Jersey’s best-kept secrets when it comes to affordable, beautifully landscaped, and spacious apartments. Each apartment has been newly renovated, and there is a community pool for the enjoyment of all residents.
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Apartment Rentals in Haddon Heights start at $1,450/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Haddon Heights. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Rowan University, Rutgers University-Camden, and Thomas Edison State University.
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City GuideHaddon Heights
New Jersey Monthly named Haddon Heights the second best town to live in Southern New Jersey!
New Jersey Monthly named Haddon Heights the second best town to live in Southern New Jersey!

Haddon Heights is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey with a population of 7,473 people. It's located in southern New Jersey, but it's only about six miles from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The town dates back to the Colonial Period, when it was settled and there are still many Revolutionary War homes that people actually live in! It's only a couple of miles from the center of the city of Philadelphia, so many people technically use it as a bedroom community and commute into Philly for work.

Moving to Haddon Heights

Don't expect much of a hassle if you're moving to Haddon Heights. Renting here is easy breezy and you'll have a great chance of finding rental homes if you set your mind to it and dive right in. You'll want to give yourself four to six weeks to find the right place, and to make sure you're getting exactly what you want, whether it's a house rental or an apartment complex. Before you start the hunt, it's a great idea to figure out exactly what it is that you want! Your hunt will be a little different depending on whether you're looking for a townhouse for rent vs. a high rise condo, for example. Try to be a specific as possible when you're envisioning your new place -- it will help realtors understand what you're looking for and increase your chances of finding the right place! Check the different neighborhoods out, too. You never know which 'hood you will fall in love with until you check them out for yourself. Don't be surprised if apartments are a little on the pricey side here, though they're not like Manhattan level prices or anything, but they are definitely a little more expensive than the national median. Don't let that deter you, though. Typically in places where rent is a little higher, salaries tend to be a little higher, too. But definitely take that into consideration when you're negotiating your next job!

Haddon Heights is a friendly and welcoming place, so you should have a good experience renting a home here. Before you go to meet your prospective landlords, you should get a binder together with some of the leasing documents you'll need in order to land a rental apartment. This includes a copy of your ID, your credit report, rental application, pay stubs, bank statements and whatever else your landlord asks you to bring. This will help make sure the application process isn't delayed at all so you can rent an apartment as quickly as possible. If you're planning on bringing a pet, just make sure that you have all the necessary paperwork for your pet as well -- you'll need records from the vet proving they've had all their shots and are healthy and safe. Feel free to ask your landlord questions about the building, the neighborhood and the apartment itself. You might want to ask how old the units are, if there's a property manager on the premises who can help you take care of any issues you have, etc.

Moving to Haddon Heights
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Don't expect much of a hassle if you're moving to Haddon Heights. Renting here is easy breezy and you'll have a great chance of finding rental homes if you set your mind to it and dive right in. You'll want to give yourself four to six weeks to find the right place, and to make sure you're getting exactly what you want, whether it's a house rental or an apartment complex. Before you start the hunt, it's a great idea to figure out exactly what it is that you want! Your hunt will be a little different depending on whether you're looking for a townhouse for rent vs. a high rise condo, for example. Try to be a specific as possible when you're envisioning your new place -- it will help realtors understand what you're looking for and increase your chances of finding the right place! Check the different neighborhoods out, too. You never know which 'hood you will fall in love with until you check them out for yourself. Don't be surprised if apartments are a little on the pricey side here, though they're not like Manhattan level prices or anything, but they are definitely a little more expensive than the national median. Don't let that deter you, though. Typically in places where rent is a little higher, salaries tend to be a little higher, too. But definitely take that into consideration when you're negotiating your next job!

Haddon Heights is a friendly and welcoming place, so you should have a good experience renting a home here. Before you go to meet your prospective landlords, you should get a binder together with some of the leasing documents you'll need in order to land a rental apartment. This includes a copy of your ID, your credit report, rental application, pay stubs, bank statements and whatever else your landlord asks you to bring. This will help make sure the application process isn't delayed at all so you can rent an apartment as quickly as possible. If you're planning on bringing a pet, just make sure that you have all the necessary paperwork for your pet as well -- you'll need records from the vet proving they've had all their shots and are healthy and safe. Feel free to ask your landlord questions about the building, the neighborhood and the apartment itself. You might want to ask how old the units are, if there's a property manager on the premises who can help you take care of any issues you have, etc.

Neighborhoods in Haddon Heights

Residents love living in Haddon Heights, whether they're sandwiched up against the major interstate or tucked away by a grassy park. Here's a little more info about what you can expect from the different neighborhoods in Haddon Heights!

White Horse Pike: This area is close to Haddon Heights Park and the popular Elements Cafe on E. Atlantic Avenue. It has a suburban feel and a number of single-family homes and apartment complexes.

Borough Center: This is one of the more expensive areas and it's close to Haddon Lake Park. It's almost all owner-occupied and it can be pretty tricky to find rentals here.

Kings Hwy/Hillside Avenue: This place is home to some great local eateries, like Philly Pretzel Factory. It has a very urban feel and you'll be living in pretty close quarters with your neighbors.

Neighborhoods in Haddon Heights
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Residents love living in Haddon Heights, whether they're sandwiched up against the major interstate or tucked away by a grassy park. Here's a little more info about what you can expect from the different neighborhoods in Haddon Heights!

White Horse Pike: This area is close to Haddon Heights Park and the popular Elements Cafe on E. Atlantic Avenue. It has a suburban feel and a number of single-family homes and apartment complexes.

Borough Center: This is one of the more expensive areas and it's close to Haddon Lake Park. It's almost all owner-occupied and it can be pretty tricky to find rentals here.

Kings Hwy/Hillside Avenue: This place is home to some great local eateries, like Philly Pretzel Factory. It has a very urban feel and you'll be living in pretty close quarters with your neighbors.

Living in Haddon Heights

Life here is about as charming as it gets. Think of small towns that you've seen on TV where the kids walk to school and everyone knows each others names. That's exactly what you'll experience here in Haddon Heights. It's hard to find anything wrong with this small town! There's a beautiful Main Street that feels like it's right out of a Nick at Nite sitcom and the old fashioned grocery store, John's Friendly Market, will make you feel like you've stepped back into the 1950s.

There are a number of fine dining restaurants, like Elements, Kunkel's Steak and Seafood and Anthony's Ristorante. Over on the Black Horse Pike and King's Highway you'll find more shopping areas with little boutiques and restaurants. In the Fall, there is a Fall Festival and Corvette Show sponsored by the Business Association. They also sponsor the Halloween hayride and Holiday Parade. The Camden County Park is a beautiful setting for an afternoon stroll or a picnic. There are also bike trails and a nearby sports field for exercise. Lippincott Lane is a lovely place to explore, too, with rows of beautiful old trees.

Overall, the town is a wonderfully friendly place to move with a warm and welcoming community, energetic main street and quaint, small-town feel!

Living in Haddon Heights
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Life here is about as charming as it gets. Think of small towns that you've seen on TV where the kids walk to school and everyone knows each others names. That's exactly what you'll experience here in Haddon Heights. It's hard to find anything wrong with this small town! There's a beautiful Main Street that feels like it's right out of a Nick at Nite sitcom and the old fashioned grocery store, John's Friendly Market, will make you feel like you've stepped back into the 1950s.

There are a number of fine dining restaurants, like Elements, Kunkel's Steak and Seafood and Anthony's Ristorante. Over on the Black Horse Pike and King's Highway you'll find more shopping areas with little boutiques and restaurants. In the Fall, there is a Fall Festival and Corvette Show sponsored by the Business Association. They also sponsor the Halloween hayride and Holiday Parade. The Camden County Park is a beautiful setting for an afternoon stroll or a picnic. There are also bike trails and a nearby sports field for exercise. Lippincott Lane is a lovely place to explore, too, with rows of beautiful old trees.

Overall, the town is a wonderfully friendly place to move with a warm and welcoming community, energetic main street and quaint, small-town feel!

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City GuideHaddon Heights
New Jersey Monthly named Haddon Heights the second best town to live in Southern New Jersey!
New Jersey Monthly named Haddon Heights the second best town to live in Southern New Jersey!

Haddon Heights is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey with a population of 7,473 people. It's located in southern New Jersey, but it's only about six miles from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The town dates back to the Colonial Period, when it was settled and there are still many Revolutionary War homes that people actually live in! It's only a couple of miles from the center of the city of Philadelphia, so many people technically use it as a bedroom community and commute into Philly for work.

Moving to Haddon Heights

Don't expect much of a hassle if you're moving to Haddon Heights. Renting here is easy breezy and you'll have a great chance of finding rental homes if you set your mind to it and dive right in. You'll want to give yourself four to six weeks to find the right place, and to make sure you're getting exactly what you want, whether it's a house rental or an apartment complex. Before you start the hunt, it's a great idea to figure out exactly what it is that you want! Your hunt will be a little different depending on whether you're looking for a townhouse for rent vs. a high rise condo, for example. Try to be a specific as possible when you're envisioning your new place -- it will help realtors understand what you're looking for and increase your chances of finding the right place! Check the different neighborhoods out, too. You never know which 'hood you will fall in love with until you check them out for yourself. Don't be surprised if apartments are a little on the pricey side here, though they're not like Manhattan level prices or anything, but they are definitely a little more expensive than the national median. Don't let that deter you, though. Typically in places where rent is a little higher, salaries tend to be a little higher, too. But definitely take that into consideration when you're negotiating your next job!

Haddon Heights is a friendly and welcoming place, so you should have a good experience renting a home here. Before you go to meet your prospective landlords, you should get a binder together with some of the leasing documents you'll need in order to land a rental apartment. This includes a copy of your ID, your credit report, rental application, pay stubs, bank statements and whatever else your landlord asks you to bring. This will help make sure the application process isn't delayed at all so you can rent an apartment as quickly as possible. If you're planning on bringing a pet, just make sure that you have all the necessary paperwork for your pet as well -- you'll need records from the vet proving they've had all their shots and are healthy and safe. Feel free to ask your landlord questions about the building, the neighborhood and the apartment itself. You might want to ask how old the units are, if there's a property manager on the premises who can help you take care of any issues you have, etc.

Moving to Haddon Heights
+

Don't expect much of a hassle if you're moving to Haddon Heights. Renting here is easy breezy and you'll have a great chance of finding rental homes if you set your mind to it and dive right in. You'll want to give yourself four to six weeks to find the right place, and to make sure you're getting exactly what you want, whether it's a house rental or an apartment complex. Before you start the hunt, it's a great idea to figure out exactly what it is that you want! Your hunt will be a little different depending on whether you're looking for a townhouse for rent vs. a high rise condo, for example. Try to be a specific as possible when you're envisioning your new place -- it will help realtors understand what you're looking for and increase your chances of finding the right place! Check the different neighborhoods out, too. You never know which 'hood you will fall in love with until you check them out for yourself. Don't be surprised if apartments are a little on the pricey side here, though they're not like Manhattan level prices or anything, but they are definitely a little more expensive than the national median. Don't let that deter you, though. Typically in places where rent is a little higher, salaries tend to be a little higher, too. But definitely take that into consideration when you're negotiating your next job!

Haddon Heights is a friendly and welcoming place, so you should have a good experience renting a home here. Before you go to meet your prospective landlords, you should get a binder together with some of the leasing documents you'll need in order to land a rental apartment. This includes a copy of your ID, your credit report, rental application, pay stubs, bank statements and whatever else your landlord asks you to bring. This will help make sure the application process isn't delayed at all so you can rent an apartment as quickly as possible. If you're planning on bringing a pet, just make sure that you have all the necessary paperwork for your pet as well -- you'll need records from the vet proving they've had all their shots and are healthy and safe. Feel free to ask your landlord questions about the building, the neighborhood and the apartment itself. You might want to ask how old the units are, if there's a property manager on the premises who can help you take care of any issues you have, etc.

Neighborhoods in Haddon Heights

Residents love living in Haddon Heights, whether they're sandwiched up against the major interstate or tucked away by a grassy park. Here's a little more info about what you can expect from the different neighborhoods in Haddon Heights!

White Horse Pike: This area is close to Haddon Heights Park and the popular Elements Cafe on E. Atlantic Avenue. It has a suburban feel and a number of single-family homes and apartment complexes.

Borough Center: This is one of the more expensive areas and it's close to Haddon Lake Park. It's almost all owner-occupied and it can be pretty tricky to find rentals here.

Kings Hwy/Hillside Avenue: This place is home to some great local eateries, like Philly Pretzel Factory. It has a very urban feel and you'll be living in pretty close quarters with your neighbors.

Neighborhoods in Haddon Heights
+

Residents love living in Haddon Heights, whether they're sandwiched up against the major interstate or tucked away by a grassy park. Here's a little more info about what you can expect from the different neighborhoods in Haddon Heights!

White Horse Pike: This area is close to Haddon Heights Park and the popular Elements Cafe on E. Atlantic Avenue. It has a suburban feel and a number of single-family homes and apartment complexes.

Borough Center: This is one of the more expensive areas and it's close to Haddon Lake Park. It's almost all owner-occupied and it can be pretty tricky to find rentals here.

Kings Hwy/Hillside Avenue: This place is home to some great local eateries, like Philly Pretzel Factory. It has a very urban feel and you'll be living in pretty close quarters with your neighbors.

Living in Haddon Heights

Life here is about as charming as it gets. Think of small towns that you've seen on TV where the kids walk to school and everyone knows each others names. That's exactly what you'll experience here in Haddon Heights. It's hard to find anything wrong with this small town! There's a beautiful Main Street that feels like it's right out of a Nick at Nite sitcom and the old fashioned grocery store, John's Friendly Market, will make you feel like you've stepped back into the 1950s.

There are a number of fine dining restaurants, like Elements, Kunkel's Steak and Seafood and Anthony's Ristorante. Over on the Black Horse Pike and King's Highway you'll find more shopping areas with little boutiques and restaurants. In the Fall, there is a Fall Festival and Corvette Show sponsored by the Business Association. They also sponsor the Halloween hayride and Holiday Parade. The Camden County Park is a beautiful setting for an afternoon stroll or a picnic. There are also bike trails and a nearby sports field for exercise. Lippincott Lane is a lovely place to explore, too, with rows of beautiful old trees.

Overall, the town is a wonderfully friendly place to move with a warm and welcoming community, energetic main street and quaint, small-town feel!

Living in Haddon Heights
+

Life here is about as charming as it gets. Think of small towns that you've seen on TV where the kids walk to school and everyone knows each others names. That's exactly what you'll experience here in Haddon Heights. It's hard to find anything wrong with this small town! There's a beautiful Main Street that feels like it's right out of a Nick at Nite sitcom and the old fashioned grocery store, John's Friendly Market, will make you feel like you've stepped back into the 1950s.

There are a number of fine dining restaurants, like Elements, Kunkel's Steak and Seafood and Anthony's Ristorante. Over on the Black Horse Pike and King's Highway you'll find more shopping areas with little boutiques and restaurants. In the Fall, there is a Fall Festival and Corvette Show sponsored by the Business Association. They also sponsor the Halloween hayride and Holiday Parade. The Camden County Park is a beautiful setting for an afternoon stroll or a picnic. There are also bike trails and a nearby sports field for exercise. Lippincott Lane is a lovely place to explore, too, with rows of beautiful old trees.

Overall, the town is a wonderfully friendly place to move with a warm and welcoming community, energetic main street and quaint, small-town feel!