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507 PENNOCK AVE
507 Pennock Avenue
Chester County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
This home was completely renovated in 2013 so everything is still relatively new & waiting for you to move in! First floor includes 9 foot ceilings throughout! Living Room and Dining Room with beautifully refinished hardwood floors and newly built
1 Unit Available
108 LADBROKE LANE
108 Ladbroke Ln
Chester County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
2607 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Rare opportunity to rent in Belrose at Longwood. This end unit features an open floor plan, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and so much more. 3 bedroom and 2.5 bathrooms. 2 car garage, plenty of storage space. Second floor laundry.
1 Unit Available
830 Southwood Road
830 Southwood Road
Chester County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
2500 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 10:38 AM
Rental at 830 Southwood Road! - REMARKS: Take a virtual tour at: https://White-Robbins-Property-Management.vr-360-tour.
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Jefferson at Westtown
1000 Skiles Blvd
West Chester, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,429
820 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,710
1075 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,444
1394 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 12:03 PM
The community's recently renovated units have stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets and fireplaces. Oakbourne Park is right around the corner. On-site amenities include a clubhouse, playground, pool and 24-hour gym.
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The Apartments at Pike Creek
100 Red Fox Ln
Newark, DE
1 Bedroom
$1,306
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,541
1000 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 12:01 PM
The Apartments at Pike Creek, Newarks premier garden apartment community is now fully renovated. The renovated apartments feature new kitchens with designer finishes.
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14 Units Available
Spring House at Brandywine
900 Reisling Ln
West Chester, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,479
701 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,946
980 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,564
1303 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:33 AM
Modern apartments in Downtown West Chester near Route 202. Tree-covered community with tennis court and clubhouse. Five floor plans available. Walk-in closets, nine-foot ceilings, and hardwood floors.
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18 Units Available
Foxwood
15 Fox Hall
Newark, DE
1 Bedroom
$1,102
740 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,154
903 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 04:40 AM
Landscaped grounds feature a picnic area, a pool and laundry. Inside, the apartments have separate dining rooms and in-unit laundry. Just off I-95, the community is minutes from University of Delaware and Christiana Medical Center.
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4 Units Available
Hunter's Crossing
41 Fairway Rd
Newark, DE
Studio
$841
356 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,071
936 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 06:15 AM
Stylish apartment homes with one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts. Dens and garages optional. Located next to Hunters Crossing Shopping Center with grocery and dining. Short drive from I-75 and the Regional Airport.
1 Unit Available
1332 Kerwood Lane
1332 Kerwood Lane
Chester County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
1328 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:45 AM
Make this charming 3 bedroom 1 bathroom house your new home! This home features a bright and spacious kitchen and dining room perfect for entertaining! The inviting living room offers ample room to enjoy an evening in or take your night outside to
1 Unit Available
310 W BIDDLE ST
310 West Biddle Street
West Chester, PA
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Only 1 full-time college student can reside here. Recently updated 4 bedroom 3 full bathroom home with rear deck(14 x 8ft3in), fenced in yard and off street parking for 2 vehicles. Open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
1645 BRAKEN AVE
1645 Braken Avenue
Pike Creek, DE
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Welcome to this beautiful two bedroom/ two bath condo in the much desired community of Berkshire. This features an open floor plan, laminated wood flooring, new carpet in the bedrooms, granite countertops, and brand new kitchen appliances.
1 Unit Available
106 S CHURCH ST #3-5
106 South Church Street
West Chester, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,975
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Immediate Occupancy. Walking distance to Town. 3 one bedroom units. 2 units will be 1 bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms. 1 of these 2 units can have an open screen rear porch.
1 Unit Available
741 DOWNINGTOWN PIKE
741 Downingtown Pike
Chester County, PA
Studio
$3,500
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
An EXCELLENT commercial property for a REPAIR GARAGE/AUTO BODY SHOP , location, location, location on busy Rte 322 in West Chester. This property includes a 2-3 bay garage/ service area with room for 2 hydraulic lifts.
1 Unit Available
43 MILLSTONE LN
43 Millstone Lane
New Castle County, DE
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Extensively renovated 3 story end unit townhome in the very desirable gated community of Rockland Mills. Enter this beautiful and meticulously cared for townhome through the spacious tile foyer.
1 Unit Available
1288 W STRASBURG RD
1288 W Strasburg Rd
Chester County, PA
4 Bedrooms
$2,295
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1288 W STRASBURG RD in Chester County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1000 SKILES BOULEVARD
1000 Skiles Boulevard
Chester County, PA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,549
1099 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Jefferson at Westtown is an apartment community situated on fifty beautifully wooded acres in historic Chester County in West Chester, Pennsylvania. We offer spacious apartment homes in seven unique floor plans.
1 Unit Available
791 BRADFORD TERRACE
791 Bradford Terrace
Chester County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1442 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Nice 3 Bedroom twin with garage in popular Bradford Square , just outside of West Chester. Convenient to Shopping , restaurants , and public transportation. Newer carpets , updated appliances. Secluded backyard patio.
1 Unit Available
141 E GAY STREET
141 West Gay Street
West Chester, PA
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
2998 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
NOT A STUDENT RENTAL Charming 2 bedroom apartment in West Chester close to restaurants and shopping. Recent upgrades include fresh paint and new vinyl plank flooring in living space.
1 Unit Available
226 PRICE STREET
226 Price Street
West Chester, PA
4 Bedrooms
$2,175
2497 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
NO STUDENT RENTAL. PROPERTY DOES NOT HAVE A STUDENT RENTAL PERMIT SO WE CANNOT RENT TO STUDENTS VIA BORO RULES. NO PETS PERMITTED First and Second floor unit in convenient and walkable West Chester Borough.
1 Unit Available
1129 HIGHGROVE DRIVE
1129 Highgrove Drive
Chester County, PA
5 Bedrooms
$4,500
6164 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
This Colonial Classic is perfect for "Backyard Vacations" with a 1.5 acre lot , fenced rear yard and a fantastic oversized deck . The home is located on a 13 home cul-de-sac development with easy access to major commuter routes .
1 Unit Available
124 SHINN CIRCLE
124 Shinn Circle
Pike Creek, DE | Limestone Hills
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
2250 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 11:09 AM
Great opportunity for a short-term rental in Red Clay School District! Beautiful end unit town home in Limestone Hills West.
1 Unit Available
1310 Telegraph Road, Apt. #316
1310 Telegraph Road
Chester County, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,375
573 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 10:49 AM
Discover what it feels like to love where you live at the brand new Cedar Grove Apartments! Currently under construction, the 54-unit building (parallel to Telegraph Road) will be available in early February 2021, and the 47-unit building (parallel
1 Unit Available
2116 GRAFTON RD Unit 49
2116 Grafton Dr
New Castle County, DE
2 Bedrooms
$1,225
820 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 10:39 AM
Available 12/01/20 This oversized 2BR unit features a wrap around kitchen with stainless steel appliances, large living space, massive bedroom, and second room to be used a guest room or off-living space den.
1 Unit Available
2136 GRAFTON RD Unit 10
2136 Grafton Dr
New Castle County, DE
2 Bedrooms
$1,225
820 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 10:39 AM
Available 12/15/20 This quaint 2BR/2BA features an open concept layout with large windows throughout. The galley style kitchen features top of the line finishes and plenty of space for entertaining.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Kennett Square. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harcum College, Rosemont College, University of Delaware, Bryn Mawr College, and West Chester University of Pennsylvania.

City Guide

Kennett Square
Kennett Square: The mushroom capital of the world, producing over one million pounds of the tasty fungus every week.
Kennett Square: The mushroom capital of the world, producing over one million pounds of the tasty fungus every week.

An agricultural suburb of Philadelphia, Kennett Square has become a hot destination for folks who want to live near the city but enjoy a laid-back, semi-rural atmosphere. It's the town that mushrooms built, and the business still plays a big part in life. It is also somewhat bipolar for the town - the center part is hip and urban, while the outer ring is a bit more countrified.

Moving to Kennett Square

What You Need

You'll need a flexible budget and long lead time to lock down a place in Kennett Square. It is a top destination in the region, thanks to being convenient to Philadelphia, and it is constantly attracting new residents. The competitive rental market means you may need two to three months of lead time to find what you are looking for, and it also means that landlords are demanding in terms of paperwork and references - be on top of it, or they will pass over you quickly.

What You'll Get

Half of the units in Kennett Square are single-family, detached houses. That being said, most of these units are in the more suburban areas of town - if you want to live in the middle of everything, you'll be stuck with rowhouses or apartments. Wherever you look, make sure to do a thorough inspection before you rent - 65% of the buildings were built before 1969. Older buildings can get drafty, leading to higher heating bills. Older buildings also mean a shortage of modern, open layouts and conveniences, but that's made up for with plenty of charm!

Moving to Kennett Square
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What You Need

You'll need a flexible budget and long lead time to lock down a place in Kennett Square. It is a top destination in the region, thanks to being convenient to Philadelphia, and it is constantly attracting new residents. The competitive rental market means you may need two to three months of lead time to find what you are looking for, and it also means that landlords are demanding in terms of paperwork and references - be on top of it, or they will pass over you quickly.

What You'll Get

Half of the units in Kennett Square are single-family, detached houses. That being said, most of these units are in the more suburban areas of town - if you want to live in the middle of everything, you'll be stuck with rowhouses or apartments. Wherever you look, make sure to do a thorough inspection before you rent - 65% of the buildings were built before 1969. Older buildings can get drafty, leading to higher heating bills. Older buildings also mean a shortage of modern, open layouts and conveniences, but that's made up for with plenty of charm!

Neighborhoods of Kennett Square

The neighborhoods of Kennett Square all offer their own charm and amenities.

Borough Center: The downtown is urban, with a solid mix of owners and renters, along with lots of restaurants and little shops. It's fairly walkable for leisure activities, but you'll need a car to get around for business and work - there's no handy public transportation. This part of town doesn't have many large apartment buildings or condominiums, with most rentals being privately owned. It's a great place to look for a centrally located studio apartment for the urban sophisticate, though.

South Kennett Square: Similar to the borough center, but lacking in the leisure activities and historical buildings, the southern part of Kennett Square is almost exclusively residential. This means it also is the best spot to start a search for a studio apartment or one-bedroom apartment in Kennett Square. Juniper Hill Apartments offers condos for rent and is close to downtown, while Center Square Apartments is down toward the bottom end of the neighborhood.

Five Points: This neighborhood actually surrounds the Borough Center and South Kennett Square, which makes it hard to characterize. It has more industry than either of those neighborhoods, and has more single-family detached housing. You've got room to stretch. You also will definitely need a car living out here; it's not walkable and is only biker-friendly in some spots. Take a look at the apartments for rent at Cedar Woods, a great place to start if you're on a budget.

Neighborhoods of Kennett Square
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The neighborhoods of Kennett Square all offer their own charm and amenities.

Borough Center: The downtown is urban, with a solid mix of owners and renters, along with lots of restaurants and little shops. It's fairly walkable for leisure activities, but you'll need a car to get around for business and work - there's no handy public transportation. This part of town doesn't have many large apartment buildings or condominiums, with most rentals being privately owned. It's a great place to look for a centrally located studio apartment for the urban sophisticate, though.

South Kennett Square: Similar to the borough center, but lacking in the leisure activities and historical buildings, the southern part of Kennett Square is almost exclusively residential. This means it also is the best spot to start a search for a studio apartment or one-bedroom apartment in Kennett Square. Juniper Hill Apartments offers condos for rent and is close to downtown, while Center Square Apartments is down toward the bottom end of the neighborhood.

Five Points: This neighborhood actually surrounds the Borough Center and South Kennett Square, which makes it hard to characterize. It has more industry than either of those neighborhoods, and has more single-family detached housing. You've got room to stretch. You also will definitely need a car living out here; it's not walkable and is only biker-friendly in some spots. Take a look at the apartments for rent at Cedar Woods, a great place to start if you're on a budget.

Living in Kennett Square

The yearly Mushroom Festival puts the "fun" in fungus, shutting down the whole town for arts and crafts, parades, entertainment, and more. While this might be the most well-known festival, the folks of Kennett Square don't stop there. The usual holiday parades are there, plus the Kennett Brewfest held every fall. The downtown hosts First Friday Art Strolls every month, with art galleries, studios, and boutiques all chipping in for a long night of art, entertainment, food, and drinks.

Kennett Square might be famous for mushrooms, but that's not the only thing growing. Just outside of town is Longwood Gardens, one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States. With over 1,000 acres of gardens and woods, it's a place that Kennett Square residents cherish and take advantage of. It is also home to events, performances, workshops, and other activities throughout the year. Of course, staring at flowers isn't for everyone. If your choice of outdoor activities involves a set of clubs, Kennett Square Golf and Country Club is a top-notch course.

The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail runs right through town, with local vineyards like Paradocx and Flickerwood having tasting rooms downtown, and Galer, Va La Vineyards, and more close by. Just remember, get yourself a designated driver, and don't go too heavy on the chardonnay, or you may not be able to find your way back to your new apartment.

Of course, Historic Downtown Kennett Square is a daily hotbed of activity, with boutiques offering locally crafted goods, markets offering organic produce, and restaurants turning out great food. The Half Moon Restaurant and Saloon is noted for its creative dishes made with wild game meats, while Lily's is a sushi destination. Talula's Table has received recognition for its innovative farm-to-table menus, as well as its market, which carries local foods to take to your new home.

Living in Kennett Square
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The yearly Mushroom Festival puts the "fun" in fungus, shutting down the whole town for arts and crafts, parades, entertainment, and more. While this might be the most well-known festival, the folks of Kennett Square don't stop there. The usual holiday parades are there, plus the Kennett Brewfest held every fall. The downtown hosts First Friday Art Strolls every month, with art galleries, studios, and boutiques all chipping in for a long night of art, entertainment, food, and drinks.

Kennett Square might be famous for mushrooms, but that's not the only thing growing. Just outside of town is Longwood Gardens, one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States. With over 1,000 acres of gardens and woods, it's a place that Kennett Square residents cherish and take advantage of. It is also home to events, performances, workshops, and other activities throughout the year. Of course, staring at flowers isn't for everyone. If your choice of outdoor activities involves a set of clubs, Kennett Square Golf and Country Club is a top-notch course.

The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail runs right through town, with local vineyards like Paradocx and Flickerwood having tasting rooms downtown, and Galer, Va La Vineyards, and more close by. Just remember, get yourself a designated driver, and don't go too heavy on the chardonnay, or you may not be able to find your way back to your new apartment.

Of course, Historic Downtown Kennett Square is a daily hotbed of activity, with boutiques offering locally crafted goods, markets offering organic produce, and restaurants turning out great food. The Half Moon Restaurant and Saloon is noted for its creative dishes made with wild game meats, while Lily's is a sushi destination. Talula's Table has received recognition for its innovative farm-to-table menus, as well as its market, which carries local foods to take to your new home.

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City Guide

Kennett Square
Kennett Square: The mushroom capital of the world, producing over one million pounds of the tasty fungus every week.
Kennett Square: The mushroom capital of the world, producing over one million pounds of the tasty fungus every week.

An agricultural suburb of Philadelphia, Kennett Square has become a hot destination for folks who want to live near the city but enjoy a laid-back, semi-rural atmosphere. It's the town that mushrooms built, and the business still plays a big part in life. It is also somewhat bipolar for the town - the center part is hip and urban, while the outer ring is a bit more countrified.

Moving to Kennett Square

What You Need

You'll need a flexible budget and long lead time to lock down a place in Kennett Square. It is a top destination in the region, thanks to being convenient to Philadelphia, and it is constantly attracting new residents. The competitive rental market means you may need two to three months of lead time to find what you are looking for, and it also means that landlords are demanding in terms of paperwork and references - be on top of it, or they will pass over you quickly.

What You'll Get

Half of the units in Kennett Square are single-family, detached houses. That being said, most of these units are in the more suburban areas of town - if you want to live in the middle of everything, you'll be stuck with rowhouses or apartments. Wherever you look, make sure to do a thorough inspection before you rent - 65% of the buildings were built before 1969. Older buildings can get drafty, leading to higher heating bills. Older buildings also mean a shortage of modern, open layouts and conveniences, but that's made up for with plenty of charm!

Moving to Kennett Square
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What You Need

You'll need a flexible budget and long lead time to lock down a place in Kennett Square. It is a top destination in the region, thanks to being convenient to Philadelphia, and it is constantly attracting new residents. The competitive rental market means you may need two to three months of lead time to find what you are looking for, and it also means that landlords are demanding in terms of paperwork and references - be on top of it, or they will pass over you quickly.

What You'll Get

Half of the units in Kennett Square are single-family, detached houses. That being said, most of these units are in the more suburban areas of town - if you want to live in the middle of everything, you'll be stuck with rowhouses or apartments. Wherever you look, make sure to do a thorough inspection before you rent - 65% of the buildings were built before 1969. Older buildings can get drafty, leading to higher heating bills. Older buildings also mean a shortage of modern, open layouts and conveniences, but that's made up for with plenty of charm!

Neighborhoods of Kennett Square

The neighborhoods of Kennett Square all offer their own charm and amenities.

Borough Center: The downtown is urban, with a solid mix of owners and renters, along with lots of restaurants and little shops. It's fairly walkable for leisure activities, but you'll need a car to get around for business and work - there's no handy public transportation. This part of town doesn't have many large apartment buildings or condominiums, with most rentals being privately owned. It's a great place to look for a centrally located studio apartment for the urban sophisticate, though.

South Kennett Square: Similar to the borough center, but lacking in the leisure activities and historical buildings, the southern part of Kennett Square is almost exclusively residential. This means it also is the best spot to start a search for a studio apartment or one-bedroom apartment in Kennett Square. Juniper Hill Apartments offers condos for rent and is close to downtown, while Center Square Apartments is down toward the bottom end of the neighborhood.

Five Points: This neighborhood actually surrounds the Borough Center and South Kennett Square, which makes it hard to characterize. It has more industry than either of those neighborhoods, and has more single-family detached housing. You've got room to stretch. You also will definitely need a car living out here; it's not walkable and is only biker-friendly in some spots. Take a look at the apartments for rent at Cedar Woods, a great place to start if you're on a budget.

Neighborhoods of Kennett Square
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The neighborhoods of Kennett Square all offer their own charm and amenities.

Borough Center: The downtown is urban, with a solid mix of owners and renters, along with lots of restaurants and little shops. It's fairly walkable for leisure activities, but you'll need a car to get around for business and work - there's no handy public transportation. This part of town doesn't have many large apartment buildings or condominiums, with most rentals being privately owned. It's a great place to look for a centrally located studio apartment for the urban sophisticate, though.

South Kennett Square: Similar to the borough center, but lacking in the leisure activities and historical buildings, the southern part of Kennett Square is almost exclusively residential. This means it also is the best spot to start a search for a studio apartment or one-bedroom apartment in Kennett Square. Juniper Hill Apartments offers condos for rent and is close to downtown, while Center Square Apartments is down toward the bottom end of the neighborhood.

Five Points: This neighborhood actually surrounds the Borough Center and South Kennett Square, which makes it hard to characterize. It has more industry than either of those neighborhoods, and has more single-family detached housing. You've got room to stretch. You also will definitely need a car living out here; it's not walkable and is only biker-friendly in some spots. Take a look at the apartments for rent at Cedar Woods, a great place to start if you're on a budget.

Living in Kennett Square

The yearly Mushroom Festival puts the "fun" in fungus, shutting down the whole town for arts and crafts, parades, entertainment, and more. While this might be the most well-known festival, the folks of Kennett Square don't stop there. The usual holiday parades are there, plus the Kennett Brewfest held every fall. The downtown hosts First Friday Art Strolls every month, with art galleries, studios, and boutiques all chipping in for a long night of art, entertainment, food, and drinks.

Kennett Square might be famous for mushrooms, but that's not the only thing growing. Just outside of town is Longwood Gardens, one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States. With over 1,000 acres of gardens and woods, it's a place that Kennett Square residents cherish and take advantage of. It is also home to events, performances, workshops, and other activities throughout the year. Of course, staring at flowers isn't for everyone. If your choice of outdoor activities involves a set of clubs, Kennett Square Golf and Country Club is a top-notch course.

The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail runs right through town, with local vineyards like Paradocx and Flickerwood having tasting rooms downtown, and Galer, Va La Vineyards, and more close by. Just remember, get yourself a designated driver, and don't go too heavy on the chardonnay, or you may not be able to find your way back to your new apartment.

Of course, Historic Downtown Kennett Square is a daily hotbed of activity, with boutiques offering locally crafted goods, markets offering organic produce, and restaurants turning out great food. The Half Moon Restaurant and Saloon is noted for its creative dishes made with wild game meats, while Lily's is a sushi destination. Talula's Table has received recognition for its innovative farm-to-table menus, as well as its market, which carries local foods to take to your new home.

Living in Kennett Square
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The yearly Mushroom Festival puts the "fun" in fungus, shutting down the whole town for arts and crafts, parades, entertainment, and more. While this might be the most well-known festival, the folks of Kennett Square don't stop there. The usual holiday parades are there, plus the Kennett Brewfest held every fall. The downtown hosts First Friday Art Strolls every month, with art galleries, studios, and boutiques all chipping in for a long night of art, entertainment, food, and drinks.

Kennett Square might be famous for mushrooms, but that's not the only thing growing. Just outside of town is Longwood Gardens, one of the premier botanical gardens in the United States. With over 1,000 acres of gardens and woods, it's a place that Kennett Square residents cherish and take advantage of. It is also home to events, performances, workshops, and other activities throughout the year. Of course, staring at flowers isn't for everyone. If your choice of outdoor activities involves a set of clubs, Kennett Square Golf and Country Club is a top-notch course.

The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail runs right through town, with local vineyards like Paradocx and Flickerwood having tasting rooms downtown, and Galer, Va La Vineyards, and more close by. Just remember, get yourself a designated driver, and don't go too heavy on the chardonnay, or you may not be able to find your way back to your new apartment.

Of course, Historic Downtown Kennett Square is a daily hotbed of activity, with boutiques offering locally crafted goods, markets offering organic produce, and restaurants turning out great food. The Half Moon Restaurant and Saloon is noted for its creative dishes made with wild game meats, while Lily's is a sushi destination. Talula's Table has received recognition for its innovative farm-to-table menus, as well as its market, which carries local foods to take to your new home.