Want to take a ramble through Ramblewood, NJ? You can find apartments of all types including pet friendly apartments, all bills paid apartments and standard one bedroom apartments for rent. The Moorestown Sun and the Cherry Hill Courier Post are both good choices for searching out rental properties in the area. Of course, look online and do a drive through the community -- that might be the best way to find a property for rent.
With properties coveted here and vacancies low, give yourself a month to find a rental possibility. Be sure to come equipped with your ID and credit report information, which most landlords will require. You may be asked for bank statements, tax returns, or W2s as well, so come prepared.
Ramblewood doesn't have separate neighborhoods, but there is plenty to find here. The Ramblewood country club is located here. It is a big and beautiful place where you can enjoy golf, tennis, swimming and more. Ramblewood's real estate is made up of mostly of small to medium single-family homes and apartment complexes, such as Ramblewood Village. Owners and renters both live here, but there are more owners than renters. Most properties were built between 1940 and 1999. With a low vacancy rate, you'll need to look carefully to find the best property for you.
With a beautiful country club at the center of this community and vast Laurel Acres Park at its borders, you'll find plenty of green space to get you out of the house and into the sunshine here. Ramblewood experiences all four seasons, but winters are generally mild. You won't be building any igloos here, although you'll likely see snowfall in the wintertime.
Laurel Acres Park is well known for its lovely Veteran's Memorial as well as it's fishing lake. Bring your rod and reel and get prepared to catch your dinner! There's also an extensive children's playground and a large grassy hill used for live music concerts in the summer and sledding in the winter. The community baseball and soccer club provide opportunities for outdoor sports.
Feel like a festival? You'll find that in Laurel Acres Park, too. The annual Mount Laurel Fall Festival, is a large township community day which draws over 15,000 friends and neighbors for a day of music, games, food, and fun.
Throughout the area you'll find a variety of historic landmarks such as the Evesham Friends Meeting House or Farmers Hall. History buffs will love exploring this region.
Rather shop than catch up on the past? Then check out East Gate, adjacent to the Moorestown Mall, which attracts customers from all over the South Jersey area. Also in the area is the Centerton Square shopping center with its million square feet of commercial space. Have you shopped til you dropped? You can here.
Need a break from shopping? Then maybe a little water recreation should replace your retail therapy. Major waterways include Rancocas Creek and the South Branch of the Pennsauken Creek.
If you're feeling hungry, a popular local spot is Carlucci's Waterfront. Located right on the Rancocas Creek, with live music four nights a week and a beautiful outdoor patio, this Italian eatery is one favorite spot in town. Or perhaps GG's restaurant, a white table cloth sort of place located in the Doubletree Hotel will be the dining establishment to quell your appetite.
Commute time here runs between fifteen and thirty minutes, so it won't take you long to get to work in the morning. However, you'll be getting there in your car. Most residents drive their own vehicles to work.
Need to fly off? The major airports include Philadelphia International Airport and the South Jersey Regional Airports. Sticking to the tracks? One commercial rail line passes through town, too.