A 'wold', in German or in English, is an open, elevated and uncultivated piece of land. The town's namer suggested that the streets be lined with linden trees, but the idea was overruled due to the extravagant cost of such an endeavor. Now, the town is home to about 18,000 residents... and many beautiful oak trees.
Apartments are seldom available in Lindenwold, as the real estate market in this town favors houses. There are, however, a few options for renting 1 bedroom condos. These will cost renters about $700 or $800 per month.
If you are looking for rental houses, then you will have an easier time settling down in Lindenwold. If you dream of find a beautiful pet-friendly rental house, however, you are going to have to pile on the charm (and an extra pet deposit). Houses here are usually 2 or 3 bedrooms in size and their cost depends largely on the size of the lawn. More compact lawn space means that you can rent a house from as low as $750 per month; a green, spacious lawn will up your rental cost to as much as $1300 per month.