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108 Apartments for rent in Bristol, PA

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423 Radcliffe Street - B4
423 Radcliffe Street
Bristol, PA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,000
900 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 10:54 AM
Check out this spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Historic Bristol Borough! This apartment features wall to wall carpet, a large shared yard space, completely updated and is located across the street from the Delaware River where there are
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607 POND STREET
607 Pond St
Bristol, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1695 sqft
Last updated October 16 at 10:40 PM
Looking for a rental in Historic Bristol Borough? Look no further, 607 Pond Street is a completely renovated twin with charming characteristics.
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317 STACY STREET
317 Stacy Street
Burlington, NJ | Historic Yorkshire
5 Bedrooms
$1,600
1680 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Welcome to 317 Stacy Street in Burlington City, NJ! This 5 bedroom/1bath row house is located in the heart of Burlington close to restaurants, shopping, and transportation.
1 Unit Available
210 St Mary St
210 Saint Mary Street
Burlington, NJ | Historic Yorkshire
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1700 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
210 St Mary St Available 10/05/20 Large 4 Bed / 1 Bath in Burlington - To Schedule a showing please either: schedule online by copy/pasting this link into your browser http://www.slatehousegroup.com/homes-for-rent or call 717-707-7079 anytime 24/7.
1 Unit Available
28 W UNION STREET
28 West Union Street
Burlington, NJ | London
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
3368 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
Wonderful 3 bedroom 2 and 1/2 bath located in the historic district of Burlington City. This property is with in walking distance to public transportation, shopping, restaurants and the riverfront.
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10 Units Available
Woodbourne
1350 Woodbourne Rd
Levittown, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,290
775 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,685
850 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 11:01 AM
Welcome to beautiful Woodbourne Apartments, a great place to live! Our apartments have spacious rooms, balconies or patios, one and a half bathrooms, central air and heat, reserved parking.
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3 Units Available
Bellevue Court
401 Bellevue Avenue
Bucks County, PA
1 Bedroom
$985
647 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,185
840 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 11:01 AM
Welcome to Bellevue Court Apartments. MAINTENANCE FREE LIVING IN OUR SPACIOUS, Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments located in a quiet community. Convenient to major access roads and train station. Includes gas heat, hot water and cooking gas.
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2 Units Available
Longview Gardens Apartments
1501 Woodbourne Road
Levittown, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,000
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,170
900 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 11:01 AM
Welcome to Longview Garden Apartments, a peaceful apartment community located in the heart of Bucks County. Shopping, restaurants, easy access to I-95, quality elementary, middle, and high schools all the Neshaminy School District.
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12 Units Available
Chesterfield
1338 Veterans Hwy
Levittown, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,350
570 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
835 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 03:37 AM
Comfort meets a reasonable price tag at Chesterfield Apartments. We offer affordable apartments for rent in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
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Middletown Trace Apartments
800 Trenton Road
Langhorne, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,305
871 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,669
1034 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,819
1195 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
Great location near I-95, Route 1 and the PA Turnpike. Luxury amenities including a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, and a yoga studio. In-unit washers and dryers.
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5 Units Available
Orangewood Park
24 Elizabeth Ln
Levittown, PA | Goldenridge
1 Bedroom
$1,310
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1090 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:01 AM
Orangewood Park features Levittown, PA apartments for rent that offer carefree living, superb convenience and a spacious living environment with luxury amenities.
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33 Units Available
Village Square
1600 Brookwood Dr
Eddington, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,195
808 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,225
862 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:13 AM
Village Square apartments feature on-site laundry, hardwood floors, and dishwashers. The community features amenities such as a park, pool, fitness center, and tennis courts. Located just off of I-95.
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Franklin Commons
1400 Cardinal Dr
Mechanicsville, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,145
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,505
1043 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:37 AM
Versatile apartment homes nestled in Buck County's rolling hills, just over from Robert K. Shafer Middle School. Recently renovated units have ovens, dishwashers and laundry facilities. Game room, business center and 24-hour gym.
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Orchard Park
1020 Woodlane Rd
Beverly, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,010
753 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,320
932 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:36 AM
Recently renovated units with large balconies and spacious closets. 24-hour maintenance available. Beat the heat during summer days in the pool. Close to Neshaminy State Park for a quick nature getaway. Close to I-295.
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10 Units Available
Glen Hollow
1100 Newportville Rd
Croydon, PA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,020
712 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,285
958 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 03:37 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Glen Hollow in Croydon. View photos, descriptions and more!
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6 Units Available
The Courtyards
200 Delanco Rd
Burlington County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,320
1004 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,525
1104 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 AM
The Courtyard Apartments offers one and two bedroom apartments for rent in Edgewater Park, New Jersey. Our community is affordable and pet-friendly, offering you a comfortable space to call home. Each of our apartments features upgraded appliances.
1 Unit Available
1580 Hornberger Ave - 1
1580 Hornberger Avenue
Roebling, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 10:54 AM
CLICK ON PHOTO TO SEE MORE YES WE DO ACCEPT SECTION 8 You will want to see this apartment for yourself. No expense was spared to reconstruct this building. The apartment has off street parking.
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11 BLOOMFIELD Lane
11 Bloomfield Lane
Burlington County, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,700
2070 sqft
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 10:54 AM
This is expanded COLONIAL in BUCKINGHAM Park has 3 Bedrooms upstairs & the 2 1/2 baths with ceramic tile floors and showers.
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801 HENRI COURT
801 Henri Court
Burlington County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,100
840 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Newly remodeled! Newer heating/central air for high efficiency. This End unit, on the first floor has a Newer front Door, NEWER ceramic flooring and replacement Windows throughout. A Large living room that is cable ready with a Newer back Slider.
1 Unit Available
103 BENFORD LANE
103 Benford Ln
Burlington County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,125
1960 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Come see this beauty before its gone! Only built in 2018 this spectacular 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom townhome is not to be missed.
1 Unit Available
1 LANSDOWNE ROAD
1 Lansdowne Road
Burlington County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1984 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Welcome to this spacious home in Burlington Township! Featuring almost 2,000 square feet, this home sits on a corner lot, and is close to 295, Route 130 & NJ Turnpike.
1 Unit Available
201 CHAPEL COURT
201 Chapel Ct
Levittown, PA | Magnolia Hill
2 Bedrooms
$2,250
1150 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Immediate Occupancy on this beautiful brand new apartment located in a brand new over 55 living community. Various locations to choose from. Elevator and stairs available in both buildings. First floor units and second floor units available.
1 Unit Available
16 CYPRESS ROAD
16 Cypress Road
Burlington County, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
1764 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 16 CYPRESS ROAD in Burlington County. View photos, descriptions and more!
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3818 DANIEL CIRCLE
3818 Daniel Circle
Bucks County, PA
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
2004 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:56 AM
Nicely sized 4 BR, 2.5 BA Bensalem Single available for rent. This home features a remodeled kitchen, hardwood floors, modern baths, a finished basement, garage and fenced yard.
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How much is rent in Bristol?
In Bristol, the median rent is $672 for a studio, $798 for a 1-bedroom, $964 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,206 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Bristol, check out our monthly Bristol Rent Report.
How much is rent in Bristol?
In Bristol, the median rent is $672 for a studio, $798 for a 1-bedroom, $964 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,206 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Bristol, check out our monthly Bristol Rent Report.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Bristol. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Pennsylvania, Saint Joseph's University, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University, and Drexel University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Bristol. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Pennsylvania, Saint Joseph's University, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University, and Drexel University.

Median Rent in Bristol

Last updated May 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Bristol is $798, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $964.
Studio
$672
1 Bed
$798
2 Beds
$964
3+ Beds
$1,206

City Guide

Bristol
"Whoa, whoa they start spinnin' every Friday night / They dance the greatest and they do it right / Well, it's the latest it's the greatest sight to see / The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol / (Whoa, oh, oh) / When they do the Bristol Stomp / (Whoa, oh, oh) / Really somethin' when they join in jumpin' / (Ah-ah-ah, whoa) / When they do the Bristol Stomp" -- The Dovells
"Whoa, whoa they start spinnin' every Friday night / They dance the greatest and they do it right / Well, it's the latest it's the greatest sight to see / The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol / (Whoa, oh, oh) / When they do the Bristol Stomp / (Whoa, oh, oh) / Really somethin' when they join in jumpin' / (Ah-ah-ah, whoa) / When they do the Bristol Stomp" -- The Dovells

Even if you didn't know the term, "borough" seems to fit Bristol perfectly. It's too big to be a town and to small to be a city. Its narrow streets make walking the perfect way to admire the historic buildings. And the blue Delaware River balances the abundant green foliage quite nicely. Major highways criss-cross the area, making for quick commuting to major burghs in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Moving to Town

Moving to Bristol by car means using U.S. Route 13, which eventually hooks up with Interstate 276 and its connecting thoroughfares to other cities on the east coast. Train travelers can go to and from Philadelphia and Trenton through the borough's only station.

In the area's four-season climate, the best time of the year to move is summer when the weather is fairer and the daylight hours or long. During the spring, each day brings better weather while in the fall, with generally similar conditions, each day brings worse weather. Winter is not the time to settle in the borough -- you may need to contend with heavy snow. During a severe winter day, if you leave your vehicle on a street that's designated as a "snow emergency route," you may lose it to a towing company.

Moving to Town
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Moving to Bristol by car means using U.S. Route 13, which eventually hooks up with Interstate 276 and its connecting thoroughfares to other cities on the east coast. Train travelers can go to and from Philadelphia and Trenton through the borough's only station.

In the area's four-season climate, the best time of the year to move is summer when the weather is fairer and the daylight hours or long. During the spring, each day brings better weather while in the fall, with generally similar conditions, each day brings worse weather. Winter is not the time to settle in the borough -- you may need to contend with heavy snow. During a severe winter day, if you leave your vehicle on a street that's designated as a "snow emergency route," you may lose it to a towing company.

Get to Know the Neighborhoods

Because your apartment search in Bristol can involve any neighborhood, first decide where you want to live from this list and then choose an apartment for rent.

Newportville / Fergusonville: Military buffs and Army reservists like this community for its proximity to a Reserve Center and USAR heliport. Renters are in good company because over 60 percent of residences consist of rental apartments.

Bath Addition / Margo Gardens: Enjoy the great outdoors at Silver Lake County Park, Silver Lake, and Magnolia Lake, which dominate the center of this neighborhood. A bit of the community borders the Delaware River. Quick commutes are possible through I-275 and the Bristol Pike.

Farragut Avenue / Pond Street: If you enjoy townhouse living, over half of the homes here fit that requirement. Many were built before 1939. The southeastern border lines the Delaware River with Spurline Park providing public access. However, only the private Anchor Yacht Club has a dock for your watercraft.

Borough Center: Whether you like retro or vintage, you'll find almost an even split between homes built from 1940 to 1969, and before 1939. This neighborhood includes historic districts such as Mill Street, home to boutiques and restaurants.

Bristol Pike / Beaver Street Bristol Station: This area offers commutes to Trenton, New Jersey via the Trenton Regional Rail Line, while those who prefer their private cars can hop on the Bristol Pike. Chain shoppers get their fix at the Bristol Commerce Park Shopping Center in the northwestern corner, which is anchored by Wal-Mart. The most affordable property rentals are in this neighborhood.

Belardy / Rockdale: Except for a few unoccupied groves of trees and a few businesses on New Rodgers Road, this neighborhood is primarily residential, with mostly single-family homes and some apartments. Connections to I-95 and the Veteran Highway make car travel convenient.

Get to Know the Neighborhoods
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Because your apartment search in Bristol can involve any neighborhood, first decide where you want to live from this list and then choose an apartment for rent.

Newportville / Fergusonville: Military buffs and Army reservists like this community for its proximity to a Reserve Center and USAR heliport. Renters are in good company because over 60 percent of residences consist of rental apartments.

Bath Addition / Margo Gardens: Enjoy the great outdoors at Silver Lake County Park, Silver Lake, and Magnolia Lake, which dominate the center of this neighborhood. A bit of the community borders the Delaware River. Quick commutes are possible through I-275 and the Bristol Pike.

Farragut Avenue / Pond Street: If you enjoy townhouse living, over half of the homes here fit that requirement. Many were built before 1939. The southeastern border lines the Delaware River with Spurline Park providing public access. However, only the private Anchor Yacht Club has a dock for your watercraft.

Borough Center: Whether you like retro or vintage, you'll find almost an even split between homes built from 1940 to 1969, and before 1939. This neighborhood includes historic districts such as Mill Street, home to boutiques and restaurants.

Bristol Pike / Beaver Street Bristol Station: This area offers commutes to Trenton, New Jersey via the Trenton Regional Rail Line, while those who prefer their private cars can hop on the Bristol Pike. Chain shoppers get their fix at the Bristol Commerce Park Shopping Center in the northwestern corner, which is anchored by Wal-Mart. The most affordable property rentals are in this neighborhood.

Belardy / Rockdale: Except for a few unoccupied groves of trees and a few businesses on New Rodgers Road, this neighborhood is primarily residential, with mostly single-family homes and some apartments. Connections to I-95 and the Veteran Highway make car travel convenient.

Living In the City

The Historic District proper includes 300 mostly-residential buildings, with some going back to the early 1700s. The Industrial Historic District contains nine manufacturing facilities including the Keystone Mill and the Wilson and Fenimore Wallpaper Factory, both dating from the late 1800s.

Want to know what living in the past was all about? Check out the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum, an 1884 home furnished in the style of the period. If you prefer outdoor diversion, try the Spurline Trail, which offers a walk across an old railroad line through the waterfront. You'll find more trails at the Silver Lake Nature Center, which houses over 160 species of muskrats, deer, birds, and other animals, but also includes a recreation area for people.

Living In the City
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The Historic District proper includes 300 mostly-residential buildings, with some going back to the early 1700s. The Industrial Historic District contains nine manufacturing facilities including the Keystone Mill and the Wilson and Fenimore Wallpaper Factory, both dating from the late 1800s.

Want to know what living in the past was all about? Check out the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum, an 1884 home furnished in the style of the period. If you prefer outdoor diversion, try the Spurline Trail, which offers a walk across an old railroad line through the waterfront. You'll find more trails at the Silver Lake Nature Center, which houses over 160 species of muskrats, deer, birds, and other animals, but also includes a recreation area for people.

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Bristol
"Whoa, whoa they start spinnin' every Friday night / They dance the greatest and they do it right / Well, it's the latest it's the greatest sight to see / The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol / (Whoa, oh, oh) / When they do the Bristol Stomp / (Whoa, oh, oh) / Really somethin' when they join in jumpin' / (Ah-ah-ah, whoa) / When they do the Bristol Stomp" -- The Dovells
"Whoa, whoa they start spinnin' every Friday night / They dance the greatest and they do it right / Well, it's the latest it's the greatest sight to see / The kids in Bristol are sharp as a pistol / (Whoa, oh, oh) / When they do the Bristol Stomp / (Whoa, oh, oh) / Really somethin' when they join in jumpin' / (Ah-ah-ah, whoa) / When they do the Bristol Stomp" -- The Dovells

Even if you didn't know the term, "borough" seems to fit Bristol perfectly. It's too big to be a town and to small to be a city. Its narrow streets make walking the perfect way to admire the historic buildings. And the blue Delaware River balances the abundant green foliage quite nicely. Major highways criss-cross the area, making for quick commuting to major burghs in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Moving to Town

Moving to Bristol by car means using U.S. Route 13, which eventually hooks up with Interstate 276 and its connecting thoroughfares to other cities on the east coast. Train travelers can go to and from Philadelphia and Trenton through the borough's only station.

In the area's four-season climate, the best time of the year to move is summer when the weather is fairer and the daylight hours or long. During the spring, each day brings better weather while in the fall, with generally similar conditions, each day brings worse weather. Winter is not the time to settle in the borough -- you may need to contend with heavy snow. During a severe winter day, if you leave your vehicle on a street that's designated as a "snow emergency route," you may lose it to a towing company.

Moving to Town
+

Moving to Bristol by car means using U.S. Route 13, which eventually hooks up with Interstate 276 and its connecting thoroughfares to other cities on the east coast. Train travelers can go to and from Philadelphia and Trenton through the borough's only station.

In the area's four-season climate, the best time of the year to move is summer when the weather is fairer and the daylight hours or long. During the spring, each day brings better weather while in the fall, with generally similar conditions, each day brings worse weather. Winter is not the time to settle in the borough -- you may need to contend with heavy snow. During a severe winter day, if you leave your vehicle on a street that's designated as a "snow emergency route," you may lose it to a towing company.

Get to Know the Neighborhoods

Because your apartment search in Bristol can involve any neighborhood, first decide where you want to live from this list and then choose an apartment for rent.

Newportville / Fergusonville: Military buffs and Army reservists like this community for its proximity to a Reserve Center and USAR heliport. Renters are in good company because over 60 percent of residences consist of rental apartments.

Bath Addition / Margo Gardens: Enjoy the great outdoors at Silver Lake County Park, Silver Lake, and Magnolia Lake, which dominate the center of this neighborhood. A bit of the community borders the Delaware River. Quick commutes are possible through I-275 and the Bristol Pike.

Farragut Avenue / Pond Street: If you enjoy townhouse living, over half of the homes here fit that requirement. Many were built before 1939. The southeastern border lines the Delaware River with Spurline Park providing public access. However, only the private Anchor Yacht Club has a dock for your watercraft.

Borough Center: Whether you like retro or vintage, you'll find almost an even split between homes built from 1940 to 1969, and before 1939. This neighborhood includes historic districts such as Mill Street, home to boutiques and restaurants.

Bristol Pike / Beaver Street Bristol Station: This area offers commutes to Trenton, New Jersey via the Trenton Regional Rail Line, while those who prefer their private cars can hop on the Bristol Pike. Chain shoppers get their fix at the Bristol Commerce Park Shopping Center in the northwestern corner, which is anchored by Wal-Mart. The most affordable property rentals are in this neighborhood.

Belardy / Rockdale: Except for a few unoccupied groves of trees and a few businesses on New Rodgers Road, this neighborhood is primarily residential, with mostly single-family homes and some apartments. Connections to I-95 and the Veteran Highway make car travel convenient.

Get to Know the Neighborhoods
+

Because your apartment search in Bristol can involve any neighborhood, first decide where you want to live from this list and then choose an apartment for rent.

Newportville / Fergusonville: Military buffs and Army reservists like this community for its proximity to a Reserve Center and USAR heliport. Renters are in good company because over 60 percent of residences consist of rental apartments.

Bath Addition / Margo Gardens: Enjoy the great outdoors at Silver Lake County Park, Silver Lake, and Magnolia Lake, which dominate the center of this neighborhood. A bit of the community borders the Delaware River. Quick commutes are possible through I-275 and the Bristol Pike.

Farragut Avenue / Pond Street: If you enjoy townhouse living, over half of the homes here fit that requirement. Many were built before 1939. The southeastern border lines the Delaware River with Spurline Park providing public access. However, only the private Anchor Yacht Club has a dock for your watercraft.

Borough Center: Whether you like retro or vintage, you'll find almost an even split between homes built from 1940 to 1969, and before 1939. This neighborhood includes historic districts such as Mill Street, home to boutiques and restaurants.

Bristol Pike / Beaver Street Bristol Station: This area offers commutes to Trenton, New Jersey via the Trenton Regional Rail Line, while those who prefer their private cars can hop on the Bristol Pike. Chain shoppers get their fix at the Bristol Commerce Park Shopping Center in the northwestern corner, which is anchored by Wal-Mart. The most affordable property rentals are in this neighborhood.

Belardy / Rockdale: Except for a few unoccupied groves of trees and a few businesses on New Rodgers Road, this neighborhood is primarily residential, with mostly single-family homes and some apartments. Connections to I-95 and the Veteran Highway make car travel convenient.

Living In the City

The Historic District proper includes 300 mostly-residential buildings, with some going back to the early 1700s. The Industrial Historic District contains nine manufacturing facilities including the Keystone Mill and the Wilson and Fenimore Wallpaper Factory, both dating from the late 1800s.

Want to know what living in the past was all about? Check out the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum, an 1884 home furnished in the style of the period. If you prefer outdoor diversion, try the Spurline Trail, which offers a walk across an old railroad line through the waterfront. You'll find more trails at the Silver Lake Nature Center, which houses over 160 species of muskrats, deer, birds, and other animals, but also includes a recreation area for people.

Living In the City
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The Historic District proper includes 300 mostly-residential buildings, with some going back to the early 1700s. The Industrial Historic District contains nine manufacturing facilities including the Keystone Mill and the Wilson and Fenimore Wallpaper Factory, both dating from the late 1800s.

Want to know what living in the past was all about? Check out the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum, an 1884 home furnished in the style of the period. If you prefer outdoor diversion, try the Spurline Trail, which offers a walk across an old railroad line through the waterfront. You'll find more trails at the Silver Lake Nature Center, which houses over 160 species of muskrats, deer, birds, and other animals, but also includes a recreation area for people.