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136 Apartments for rent in Linwood, NJ

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2211 Shore Road
2211 Shore Road
Linwood, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
RENOVATED LINWOOD YEARLY RENTAL ON SPACIOUS CORNER PROPERTY!! A lovely front porch welcomes you in to a bright and sunny open layout which features living room with beautiful stone fireplace, dining area, and kitchen with large center island,
1 Unit Available
403 Frances Avenue
403 Frances Avenue
Linwood, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2182 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 08:08 AM
Amazing 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom house in Linwood. Amenities included: balcony, central air, central heat, deck, dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliance, updated kitchen, updated bathroom, storage, washer dryer, and yard.
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Sea Aire
40 Chapman Boulevard
Somers Point, NJ | Patcong
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,395
767 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:42 AM
Welcome home to Sea Aire apartments in Somers Point, NJ. Our tranquil, meticulously landscaped community offers residents 1 and 2-bedroom apartment homes with modern style and quality finishes.
1 Unit Available
11 Fifield Ave
11 Fifield Avenue
Northfield, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1522 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
This is a fully updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with an office/den located off of kitchen side of home.
1 Unit Available
2 Neptune Dr
2 Neptune Dr
Atlantic County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$4,100
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
One of only 4 single homes on Neptune Drive with spectacular water views from every window. Features 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, laundry room, storage room, 2 fiberglass balconies, outdoor shower and 3 car-carport.
1 Unit Available
4 E MILL ROAD
4 East Mill Road
Northfield, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$1,995
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
4 BEDROOM AND 2 BATH HOME WITH LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN-KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, FAMILY ROOM AND SUNROOM, HARDWOOD AND TILE FLOORS, FENCED YARD AND MORE!
1 Unit Available
557 Launch Ave Ave
557 Launch Avenue
Somers Point, NJ | Historic Bay
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2080 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Weekly or yearly rental available. Enjoy your vacation in this Somers Point, NJ lagoon front home on a quiet street. This four bedroom single family home is available weekly, monthly or the summer rental season.
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800 Falcon Dr
Absecon, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,350
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,510
1150 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:41 AM
A fantastic community near the AC Expressway and Garden State Parkway. Plenty of amenities, including a tennis court, gym, dog park and sauna. Updated interiors with walk-in closets, a patio or balcony, and extra storage.
1 Unit Available
650 Church Street
650 Church Street
Pleasantville, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1262 sqft
Last updated January 21 at 01:46 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
46 East Greenfield Avenue
46 East Greenfield Avenue
Pleasantville, NJ | Waterfront District
1 Bedroom
$1,250
586 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 21 at 01:46 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
324 Mt. Vernon Avenue
324 Mount Vernon Avenue
Northfield, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Well-maintained 3 bedroom, 1 bath 1st floor unit in duplex with LR, DR, kitchen, laundry room, covered front porch and basement access. Unit has its own dishwasher and washer/dryer and separate meters for electric and gas. Front and rear entrances.
1 Unit Available
248 MALLARD LANE
248 Mallard Ln
Atlantic County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,995
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
DIRECT BAYFRONT! BEAUTIFUL LUXURY CORNER BAYFRONT TOWNHOUSE AT BAYPORT ON LAKE'S BAY HAS BEEN COMPLETELY UPGRADED WITH EVERY AMENITY! 3 BEDROOMS AND 2.
1 Unit Available
9100 Beach Ave 402
9100 Beach
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$66,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Just Listed - Margate 3BR Penthouse Corner - won't last. Gorgeous ocean and bay views with spectacular sunsets. Spacious, bright, open floor plan. 24-hour front desk. Private, wraparound balcony.
1 Unit Available
6309 Ocean Ave
6309 Ocean Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
4 Bedrooms
$38,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Location! Location! Location! Fantastic full summer rental just one block to the beach.
1 Unit Available
206 N Mansfield Ave
206 North Mansfield Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$30,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Escape to the shore this summer! This charming beach house has room for everyone! Enter off the covered front porch into a bright open living room boasting beautiful hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
222 Guard Pl
222 Guard Place
Pleasantville, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Immaculate house for rent with 3 Bedrooms, Dining Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Sunroom. New wood floors, new carpet, new paint, new fridge, new gas stove. Full Basement with Washer & Dryer. Fenced back yard. A well mannered pet will be considered.
1 Unit Available
2 N Frontenac Ave
2 North Frontenac Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$19,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Great House in best location ever. Just two blocks to the beach. Walk to absolutely everything. Starbucks, all kinds of take out, great supermarket, clothing for HER and kids and best candy in the world, etc. and public transportation at corner.
1 Unit Available
7501 Ventnor Ave
7501 Ventnor Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$30,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
August 1-LD Three bedroom, Three full bath Charmer in Margate, located in the popular Downbeach Area South side location 2 blocks to the beach and close to the worlds famous Boardwalk.
1 Unit Available
7401 Bayshore Dr
7401 Bayshore Drive
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
4 Bedrooms
$40,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
Summer 2021 Rental! Move right in to this stunning 3/4bedroom, 2.5 bath all renovated with spectacular bay views. The spacious floor plan is perfect for entertaining.
1 Unit Available
258 MALLARD LANE
258 Mallard Ln
Pleasantville, NJ | Mount Pleasant
4 Bedrooms
$1,995
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
BAYFRONT! BEAUTIFUL AND SPACIOUS THREE LEVEL BAYFRONT 4 BEDROOM AND 4 BATH LUXURY TOWNHOUSE AT BAYPORT WITH GREAT BAY VIEWS! LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN-ISLAND-KITCHEN WITH GRANITE COUNTERS AND STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, MASTERBEDROOM AND
1 Unit Available
210 N Jerome Ave
210 North Jerome Avenue
Margate City, NJ | Margate City
3 Bedrooms
$33,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
May 14 until Mid August,(may be available for an earlier term at an additional amount)"mint condition" home! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with all new furniture!! 2 Smart t.v.
1 Unit Available
123 N Newark Ave
123 North Newark Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
4 Bedrooms
$15,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
AUGUST THRU LABOR DAY 2021 RENTAL l!!!! Recently redone 4 bedroom 2 full bath, washer dryer, central AC, cable TV, internet, redone hardwood floors, TV’s, top of a duplex, centrally located in Ventnor summer getaway.
1 Unit Available
908 N Burghley Ave
908 Burghley Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
4 Bedrooms
$28,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
AVAILBLE FOR THE ENTIRE SUMMER STARTING JUNE 25TH! REMARKABLE HOME featuring 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths with BAY VIEWS!! An inviting open floor plan with hardwood floors throughout, spacious two-story living room with cathedral ceilings and soaring
1 Unit Available
7107 Atlantic Ave
7107 Atlantic Avenue
Ventnor City, NJ | Ventnor City
5 Bedrooms
$32,000
Last updated January 21 at 01:32 AM
AUGUST RENTAL! Fabulous 5 bedroom, 4 full bath 3-story home located right across from the beach and boardwalk! First floor features a spacious living area, den/office, dining area, and upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double oven,
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Apartment Rentals in Linwood start at $2,200/month.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Linwood?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Linwood. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Camden County College, and Rowan University.

City Guide

Linwood
"Linwood stands copper bottomed and iron bound -- firmly committed to the preservation of its past for three reasons. First, so we can live quietly and in peace with all the little ghosts that wander our streets...Second because our fathers taught us long ago that somehow the present and future are tied irrevocably to the past. Finally, and perhaps most important, so that we may stand before our children and say with pride, 'We have kept the faith.'" -- Historian James B. Kirk, 1989
"Linwood stands copper bottomed and iron bound -- firmly committed to the preservation of its past for three reasons. First, so we can live quietly and in peace with all the little ghosts that wander our streets...Second because our fathers taught us long ago that somehow the present and future are tied irrevocably to the past. Finally, and perhaps most important, so that we may stand before our children and say with pride, 'We have kept the faith.'" -- Historian James B. Kirk, 1989

There are only three stop lights in the city of Linwood, NJ -- and there are three points of access to the sea. So you can breeze quickly through town and take a boat into water or dive in for a swim! Located in Atlantic County, New Jersey, Linwood has a population of just over 7,000, and is a pleasant seaside community. This suburban town is just nine miles west of Atlantic City, and can be reached by the Garden State parkway, which will also take you to New York, the city that never sleeps. You can also get to Linwood on the Atlantic City expressway which will take you to the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia. In short, you're conveniently close to these metropolitan meccas but even closer to the bucolic seaside.

Moving to Linwood

If you're looking for a peaceful, seaside community that's also easy to access from New York or Philadelphia -- or Atlantic City, then Linwoood, NJ is the place for your apartment search. Here you'll find 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments for rent, or a duplex for rent, as well as single family homes. When To Look?

Summer will find more seasonal renting taking place, so the other seasons will offer more opportunities to find your place by the sea. What to bring? Well, to please your future landlord, you'll have a good credit report, your current ID, W2's or other proof of employment, and access to your rental history. When you move, you might just want to bring your boat to this seaside community. Don't have a boat? Then a swimsuit, deck shoes, a kayak perhaps? Or possibly just a beach chair. How Long Should It Take to Find a Place to Live?

Well, other than summer months when it would be wise to allow even more time to find a rental, a month or less should do. Vacancy rates average around 11% in the center of this appealing coastal town.

Moving to Linwood
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If you're looking for a peaceful, seaside community that's also easy to access from New York or Philadelphia -- or Atlantic City, then Linwoood, NJ is the place for your apartment search. Here you'll find 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments for rent, or a duplex for rent, as well as single family homes. When To Look?

Summer will find more seasonal renting taking place, so the other seasons will offer more opportunities to find your place by the sea. What to bring? Well, to please your future landlord, you'll have a good credit report, your current ID, W2's or other proof of employment, and access to your rental history. When you move, you might just want to bring your boat to this seaside community. Don't have a boat? Then a swimsuit, deck shoes, a kayak perhaps? Or possibly just a beach chair. How Long Should It Take to Find a Place to Live?

Well, other than summer months when it would be wise to allow even more time to find a rental, a month or less should do. Vacancy rates average around 11% in the center of this appealing coastal town.

Neighborhoods of Linwood

If you'd like to live near the sea in a quiet spot still not too far from major metropolitan areas, then Linwood just might be your spot!

Linwood City Center: Bordering Scull Bay and Steelman Bay, with wetlands and Meadowland Park, this is a beautiful suburban neighborhood with a strong coastal nature. You'll find small apartment buildings and medium sized to large single family homes here, all built between 1940 and 1999. Vacancies pop up frequently here, particularly outside the summer recreational season.

New Rd / Oak Ave: Adjoining Route 9, a major artery, and bordering Bargaintown Pond - it's a bargain that you get to live in such a lovely place - this a suburban neighborhood by density. Vacancies are scarcer here than in the city center, but you'll find plenty of single family homes and apartment complexes to choose from, like the Harbour Isle. Steelmanville: Suburban by density and divided by Route 9, this neighborhood is an area of tree lined streets and medium to large single family homes as well as town homes. Much of this area is occupied by owners, but if you look carefully you can find rental properties available in buildings constructed primarily between 1940 and 1999. Ocean Heights Plaza is nearby for convenient shopping. The Garden State Parkway toll road is easily accessed from this community.

Neighborhoods of Linwood
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If you'd like to live near the sea in a quiet spot still not too far from major metropolitan areas, then Linwood just might be your spot!

Linwood City Center: Bordering Scull Bay and Steelman Bay, with wetlands and Meadowland Park, this is a beautiful suburban neighborhood with a strong coastal nature. You'll find small apartment buildings and medium sized to large single family homes here, all built between 1940 and 1999. Vacancies pop up frequently here, particularly outside the summer recreational season.

New Rd / Oak Ave: Adjoining Route 9, a major artery, and bordering Bargaintown Pond - it's a bargain that you get to live in such a lovely place - this a suburban neighborhood by density. Vacancies are scarcer here than in the city center, but you'll find plenty of single family homes and apartment complexes to choose from, like the Harbour Isle. Steelmanville: Suburban by density and divided by Route 9, this neighborhood is an area of tree lined streets and medium to large single family homes as well as town homes. Much of this area is occupied by owners, but if you look carefully you can find rental properties available in buildings constructed primarily between 1940 and 1999. Ocean Heights Plaza is nearby for convenient shopping. The Garden State Parkway toll road is easily accessed from this community.

Living in Linwood

The city center is all about the sea - and estuaries, streams, marshlands, and green space. Enjoy the beauty that nature offers, go boating, fishing, swimming, or exploring. If you like the seaside and you enjoy four seasons, this is a sweet spot.

The city also has a lush park system with around 36 acres, as well as a bicycle path that includes 33 acres. You will find plenty of opportunities to get your sport on too - with facilities that include baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields, and even a court for street hockey. Kids have access to several playgrounds. And then, if your sport is more of the strolling and enjoying flowers kind of past time, you'll find that here too, with the beautiful gardens of Linwood Arboretum. Check out Hartshorne Park, the SJI Park, and Krumm Farm Vineyard for other lovely strolls.

Or how about going for a sail? Whether you kayak, canoe, or own your own boat or not, you can easily get on the water by taking the Cape May-Lewes ferry service, a scenic and convenient, way to get across the Delaware Bay. And if you really want to leave town, the Atlantic City International Airport is just twenty minutes away.

Shopping is quite vibrant here - Central Square Linwood features everything from a toy shop to a cheese shop - boutique shopping at its finest. You'll also find many fun and fine dining options, like Chaba Thai or Luke Palladino Seasonal Italian.

If history's your thing, do check out the Kirk Maritime Museum, a labor of love created by Jim Kirk, the first historian of Linwood, and ship modeller Tom Adams. Whether you're interested in shipwrights tools, or hands-on exhibits where you can practice rope knots, there's something for everyone to enjoy here. The best part is perhaps a vast collection of Tom Adams ship models including a whaling ship.

Like to read? There's the Linwood Library. And if art is your thing, there are several galleries featuring the works of local artists, like the Lynne Novick Gallery.

If you simply must leave the beautiful bay behind, you can be in the Big Apple in two hours, or in Philadelphia seeking out Independence Hall or a Philly cheese steak in less than an hour.

Living in Linwood
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The city center is all about the sea - and estuaries, streams, marshlands, and green space. Enjoy the beauty that nature offers, go boating, fishing, swimming, or exploring. If you like the seaside and you enjoy four seasons, this is a sweet spot.

The city also has a lush park system with around 36 acres, as well as a bicycle path that includes 33 acres. You will find plenty of opportunities to get your sport on too - with facilities that include baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields, and even a court for street hockey. Kids have access to several playgrounds. And then, if your sport is more of the strolling and enjoying flowers kind of past time, you'll find that here too, with the beautiful gardens of Linwood Arboretum. Check out Hartshorne Park, the SJI Park, and Krumm Farm Vineyard for other lovely strolls.

Or how about going for a sail? Whether you kayak, canoe, or own your own boat or not, you can easily get on the water by taking the Cape May-Lewes ferry service, a scenic and convenient, way to get across the Delaware Bay. And if you really want to leave town, the Atlantic City International Airport is just twenty minutes away.

Shopping is quite vibrant here - Central Square Linwood features everything from a toy shop to a cheese shop - boutique shopping at its finest. You'll also find many fun and fine dining options, like Chaba Thai or Luke Palladino Seasonal Italian.

If history's your thing, do check out the Kirk Maritime Museum, a labor of love created by Jim Kirk, the first historian of Linwood, and ship modeller Tom Adams. Whether you're interested in shipwrights tools, or hands-on exhibits where you can practice rope knots, there's something for everyone to enjoy here. The best part is perhaps a vast collection of Tom Adams ship models including a whaling ship.

Like to read? There's the Linwood Library. And if art is your thing, there are several galleries featuring the works of local artists, like the Lynne Novick Gallery.

If you simply must leave the beautiful bay behind, you can be in the Big Apple in two hours, or in Philadelphia seeking out Independence Hall or a Philly cheese steak in less than an hour.

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City Guide

Linwood
"Linwood stands copper bottomed and iron bound -- firmly committed to the preservation of its past for three reasons. First, so we can live quietly and in peace with all the little ghosts that wander our streets...Second because our fathers taught us long ago that somehow the present and future are tied irrevocably to the past. Finally, and perhaps most important, so that we may stand before our children and say with pride, 'We have kept the faith.'" -- Historian James B. Kirk, 1989
"Linwood stands copper bottomed and iron bound -- firmly committed to the preservation of its past for three reasons. First, so we can live quietly and in peace with all the little ghosts that wander our streets...Second because our fathers taught us long ago that somehow the present and future are tied irrevocably to the past. Finally, and perhaps most important, so that we may stand before our children and say with pride, 'We have kept the faith.'" -- Historian James B. Kirk, 1989

There are only three stop lights in the city of Linwood, NJ -- and there are three points of access to the sea. So you can breeze quickly through town and take a boat into water or dive in for a swim! Located in Atlantic County, New Jersey, Linwood has a population of just over 7,000, and is a pleasant seaside community. This suburban town is just nine miles west of Atlantic City, and can be reached by the Garden State parkway, which will also take you to New York, the city that never sleeps. You can also get to Linwood on the Atlantic City expressway which will take you to the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia. In short, you're conveniently close to these metropolitan meccas but even closer to the bucolic seaside.

Moving to Linwood

If you're looking for a peaceful, seaside community that's also easy to access from New York or Philadelphia -- or Atlantic City, then Linwoood, NJ is the place for your apartment search. Here you'll find 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments for rent, or a duplex for rent, as well as single family homes. When To Look?

Summer will find more seasonal renting taking place, so the other seasons will offer more opportunities to find your place by the sea. What to bring? Well, to please your future landlord, you'll have a good credit report, your current ID, W2's or other proof of employment, and access to your rental history. When you move, you might just want to bring your boat to this seaside community. Don't have a boat? Then a swimsuit, deck shoes, a kayak perhaps? Or possibly just a beach chair. How Long Should It Take to Find a Place to Live?

Well, other than summer months when it would be wise to allow even more time to find a rental, a month or less should do. Vacancy rates average around 11% in the center of this appealing coastal town.

Moving to Linwood
+

If you're looking for a peaceful, seaside community that's also easy to access from New York or Philadelphia -- or Atlantic City, then Linwoood, NJ is the place for your apartment search. Here you'll find 3 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments for rent, or a duplex for rent, as well as single family homes. When To Look?

Summer will find more seasonal renting taking place, so the other seasons will offer more opportunities to find your place by the sea. What to bring? Well, to please your future landlord, you'll have a good credit report, your current ID, W2's or other proof of employment, and access to your rental history. When you move, you might just want to bring your boat to this seaside community. Don't have a boat? Then a swimsuit, deck shoes, a kayak perhaps? Or possibly just a beach chair. How Long Should It Take to Find a Place to Live?

Well, other than summer months when it would be wise to allow even more time to find a rental, a month or less should do. Vacancy rates average around 11% in the center of this appealing coastal town.

Neighborhoods of Linwood

If you'd like to live near the sea in a quiet spot still not too far from major metropolitan areas, then Linwood just might be your spot!

Linwood City Center: Bordering Scull Bay and Steelman Bay, with wetlands and Meadowland Park, this is a beautiful suburban neighborhood with a strong coastal nature. You'll find small apartment buildings and medium sized to large single family homes here, all built between 1940 and 1999. Vacancies pop up frequently here, particularly outside the summer recreational season.

New Rd / Oak Ave: Adjoining Route 9, a major artery, and bordering Bargaintown Pond - it's a bargain that you get to live in such a lovely place - this a suburban neighborhood by density. Vacancies are scarcer here than in the city center, but you'll find plenty of single family homes and apartment complexes to choose from, like the Harbour Isle. Steelmanville: Suburban by density and divided by Route 9, this neighborhood is an area of tree lined streets and medium to large single family homes as well as town homes. Much of this area is occupied by owners, but if you look carefully you can find rental properties available in buildings constructed primarily between 1940 and 1999. Ocean Heights Plaza is nearby for convenient shopping. The Garden State Parkway toll road is easily accessed from this community.

Neighborhoods of Linwood
+

If you'd like to live near the sea in a quiet spot still not too far from major metropolitan areas, then Linwood just might be your spot!

Linwood City Center: Bordering Scull Bay and Steelman Bay, with wetlands and Meadowland Park, this is a beautiful suburban neighborhood with a strong coastal nature. You'll find small apartment buildings and medium sized to large single family homes here, all built between 1940 and 1999. Vacancies pop up frequently here, particularly outside the summer recreational season.

New Rd / Oak Ave: Adjoining Route 9, a major artery, and bordering Bargaintown Pond - it's a bargain that you get to live in such a lovely place - this a suburban neighborhood by density. Vacancies are scarcer here than in the city center, but you'll find plenty of single family homes and apartment complexes to choose from, like the Harbour Isle. Steelmanville: Suburban by density and divided by Route 9, this neighborhood is an area of tree lined streets and medium to large single family homes as well as town homes. Much of this area is occupied by owners, but if you look carefully you can find rental properties available in buildings constructed primarily between 1940 and 1999. Ocean Heights Plaza is nearby for convenient shopping. The Garden State Parkway toll road is easily accessed from this community.

Living in Linwood

The city center is all about the sea - and estuaries, streams, marshlands, and green space. Enjoy the beauty that nature offers, go boating, fishing, swimming, or exploring. If you like the seaside and you enjoy four seasons, this is a sweet spot.

The city also has a lush park system with around 36 acres, as well as a bicycle path that includes 33 acres. You will find plenty of opportunities to get your sport on too - with facilities that include baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields, and even a court for street hockey. Kids have access to several playgrounds. And then, if your sport is more of the strolling and enjoying flowers kind of past time, you'll find that here too, with the beautiful gardens of Linwood Arboretum. Check out Hartshorne Park, the SJI Park, and Krumm Farm Vineyard for other lovely strolls.

Or how about going for a sail? Whether you kayak, canoe, or own your own boat or not, you can easily get on the water by taking the Cape May-Lewes ferry service, a scenic and convenient, way to get across the Delaware Bay. And if you really want to leave town, the Atlantic City International Airport is just twenty minutes away.

Shopping is quite vibrant here - Central Square Linwood features everything from a toy shop to a cheese shop - boutique shopping at its finest. You'll also find many fun and fine dining options, like Chaba Thai or Luke Palladino Seasonal Italian.

If history's your thing, do check out the Kirk Maritime Museum, a labor of love created by Jim Kirk, the first historian of Linwood, and ship modeller Tom Adams. Whether you're interested in shipwrights tools, or hands-on exhibits where you can practice rope knots, there's something for everyone to enjoy here. The best part is perhaps a vast collection of Tom Adams ship models including a whaling ship.

Like to read? There's the Linwood Library. And if art is your thing, there are several galleries featuring the works of local artists, like the Lynne Novick Gallery.

If you simply must leave the beautiful bay behind, you can be in the Big Apple in two hours, or in Philadelphia seeking out Independence Hall or a Philly cheese steak in less than an hour.

Living in Linwood
+

The city center is all about the sea - and estuaries, streams, marshlands, and green space. Enjoy the beauty that nature offers, go boating, fishing, swimming, or exploring. If you like the seaside and you enjoy four seasons, this is a sweet spot.

The city also has a lush park system with around 36 acres, as well as a bicycle path that includes 33 acres. You will find plenty of opportunities to get your sport on too - with facilities that include baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields, and even a court for street hockey. Kids have access to several playgrounds. And then, if your sport is more of the strolling and enjoying flowers kind of past time, you'll find that here too, with the beautiful gardens of Linwood Arboretum. Check out Hartshorne Park, the SJI Park, and Krumm Farm Vineyard for other lovely strolls.

Or how about going for a sail? Whether you kayak, canoe, or own your own boat or not, you can easily get on the water by taking the Cape May-Lewes ferry service, a scenic and convenient, way to get across the Delaware Bay. And if you really want to leave town, the Atlantic City International Airport is just twenty minutes away.

Shopping is quite vibrant here - Central Square Linwood features everything from a toy shop to a cheese shop - boutique shopping at its finest. You'll also find many fun and fine dining options, like Chaba Thai or Luke Palladino Seasonal Italian.

If history's your thing, do check out the Kirk Maritime Museum, a labor of love created by Jim Kirk, the first historian of Linwood, and ship modeller Tom Adams. Whether you're interested in shipwrights tools, or hands-on exhibits where you can practice rope knots, there's something for everyone to enjoy here. The best part is perhaps a vast collection of Tom Adams ship models including a whaling ship.

Like to read? There's the Linwood Library. And if art is your thing, there are several galleries featuring the works of local artists, like the Lynne Novick Gallery.

If you simply must leave the beautiful bay behind, you can be in the Big Apple in two hours, or in Philadelphia seeking out Independence Hall or a Philly cheese steak in less than an hour.