What Does It Cost?
Rental houses in Moorestown-Lenola are slightly less than the average rental rates for New Jersey overall but still higher than the national average. Essentially this means that while the cost may initially feel like your stomach after eating gnocchi, it is considerably less than what you might pay for one of those tiny, but adorable matchbox-sized apartments found further north.
What Do You Need?
What you need is a little luck and a lot of patience, because rentals inMoorestown-Lenola can be of the needle-in-the-haystack variety. Don't let that put you off, but it's a good idea to have all of your ducks lined up and ready to quack at a moments notice. This includes your credit history, proof of employment, security deposit and a decisive mind for that silver lining when something besides the clouds opens up to welcome yet another Moorestonian into the neighborhood.
Moorestown-Lenola has too many developments to mention them all here, but they range from Victorian-age homes that would make any "best-dressed" list, to well-made economical homes from the 1970's, and modern homes and luxury townhouses that have been around for less than a decade. Some of the more notable residential areas include the upscale community of Laurel Creek Estates. If you're a wannabee Tiger Woods and you're fortunate enough to grab one of these luxury homes or townhouses for rent, you'll be pleased to discover the Arnold Palmer Designed Golf Course built nearby. Collins Park, while not as modern, is perfectly situated within walking distance of Strawbridge Lake Park. If you want something closer to the center of town, however, Stanwick Glen is a good choice. The list continues, but as most of these areas are privately-owned properties, your best bet is to contact a local real estate agent to help you find your perfect home for rent. In the meantime, check out one of the many tasty restaurants nearby, such as the Blue Fig, so well-loved for Mediterranean fare that reservations are recommended, Barone's for everyone's favorite Italian delights or Five Guys if you just want one of the best burgers around.
The city is happily situated near such major routes as the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate Route 295 and state routes 38 and 73. This provides convenient access to many of the area's top employers, however, most residents have a daily commute that varies between 15 to 30 minutes one way. Public transportation is available, but you are still likely to need a car for at least part of your journey.