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73 apartments for rent near Hamilton Square, NJ

Results within 1 miles of Hamilton Square, NJ
4 DUNMOOR CT S
2 Bed
$2,000
213 Wyndham Place
Robbinsville
2 Bed
$1,550
109 VERSAILLES COURT
2 Bed
$1,450
15 WILLOW COURT
2 Bed
$1,450
11 AMESBURY COURT
Robbinsville
3 Bed
$2,495
6 NEWTOWN BOULEVARD
Robbinsville
3 Bed
$3,000
38 PINEWOOD DRIVE
2 Bed
$1,500
25 BURNET WALK
Robbinsville
5 Bed
$4,000
511 WALDEN CIRCLE
Robbinsville
2 Bed
$1,500
37 DUNMOOR CT S
3 Bed
$2,100
32 STRATTON COURT
Robbinsville
2 Bed
$1,750
37 HEMLOCK COURT
2 Bed
$1,500
Results within 5 miles of Hamilton Square, NJ
eaves Lawrenceville
1000 Town Court South
1 Bed
$1,330
2 Bed
$1,610
3 Bed
$1,960
Avalon Princeton Junction
1000 Jamie Brooks Ln
1 Bed
$1,440
2 Bed
$1,905
3 Bed
$2,470
The Mews at Princeton Junction
1000 Wessex Pl
1 Bed
$1,740
2 Bed
$2,186
3 Bed
$2,635
Avalon Run East
22109 Cedar Dr
1 Bed
$1,530
2 Bed
$1,545
3 Bed
$2,145
1513 HAMILTON AVENUE
2 Bed
$1,100
141 Fountain Ave
Pennington - Prospect
3 Bed
$875
1 NORFOLK DRIVE
5 Bed
$4,900
1596 Chestnut
Chestnut Park
3 Bed
$1,500
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City Guide
Hamilton Square
Moving to Ham Square

First off, renters can start celebrating. It's good practice for all the festivals after all. But the real reason to celebrate is that there are more renters in this area than owners, so the rental options in Hamilton Square are going to be stupendous. That means detached houses, 1 bedroom apartments, and condos for rent are all represented, so rest assured you can find your special place. That said, vacancy rates are middling, so you may want to invest a couple months or more doing your apartment search before finding the right fit. It's a small population, so new buildings aren't going up regularly. If you find the ideal home, make sure you have a security deposit, ID, credit history and cashier's check ready to go. Every spot will be different, but it's better to be prepared. One sweet bonus: all utilities paid are a common offering. Make sure you take the time to hunt this precious option down. About a quarter of properties offer this, and it's worth seeking out.

Neighborhoods

There are no standard neighborhoods in Hamilton Square, as it's too small. But there are some notable differences between one area and another that you should pay attention to. Here's a quick breakdown.

Above Nottingham: Nottingham is the main thoroughfare for Hamilton Square (and the original name of the town). It includes Sayen House and Gardens, lots of big backyards and, on the west side, easy access to I-295.

Below Nottingham: There are more commercial options below Nottingham Way, with eateries, coffee shops, parks and other hotspots more plentiful here. There are also more apartment rentals and, again on the west side, easy access to I-295.

To See and Do

Ever get bored, run out of things to do, or question the point of it all? You won't ever do that here. Besides being relatively adjacent to some of the best locations in America, including the Big Apple, City of Brotherly Love and Jersey Shore, Hamilton Square has an embarrassment of riches for fans of the great outdoors. Yeah, it's a small town, so the quintessential offerings of a big city aren't found downtown. There's no Louis Vuitton shop on Main Street, but the charm and quirk of the historical downtown are many times better. Local businesses have charming purveyors with unique products found nowhere else, and the food isn't all chain restaurants that you've had a thousand times.

Do you like fresh air? How about fishing, canoeing, hiking or biking. Are you into that? New Jersey has plenty of open space to go find adventure. The Delaware River runs nearby, and the amount of green trees and growing things in the square itself is downright inspirational.

Transportation

Getting around Hamilton Square, like the rest of the tri-state area, is full of options. Sure, there's lots of traffic in the cities, but Hamilton Square is surprisingly quiet. Plus, you don't even have to use your car for everything. Though the WalkScore isn't impressing anyone at 55, there are public transit options. PATH stations are located in two spots, and they both head into Manhattan. There are also shuttles to the PATH stations if you can't make it by foot or car, and there are always ferries, buses and taxis to get you to the NY Port Authority and everywhere else. In the meantime, it can't hurt to have a vehicle handy, but it's nice to know you don't have to rely on it wholly.

Parks, cobblestone streets, all the major necessities and plenty of charm, how could anyone say no to Hamilton Square? Sure, it's kind of buried in Hamilton Township and confused with Trenton, but that's what makes it a "hidden gem." Stake your claim in this area and have access to America's best cities, all from the comfort of small town U.S.A.