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286 Apartments for rent in Morrisville, PA

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30 W CLEVELAND AVENUE
30 West Cleveland Avenue
Morrisville, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1036 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Beautiful twin house in Morrisville available now. The house is freshly painted and features beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Brand new updated kitchen with granite counter top includes stainless steel fridge, microwave and gas stove.
1 Unit Available
301 W BRIDGE STREET
301 West Bridge Street
Morrisville, PA
1 Bedroom
$725
3890 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Showings will begin on 12/26/2020! Please follow all COVID-19 guidelines when showing the unit. 1 Bed 1 Bath unit located in Morrisville Borough for rent available now! Unit is located on the top floor (floor #3).
1 Unit Available
640 Lincoln Ave, A6
640 Lincoln Avenue
Morrisville, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,100
700 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:46 AM
The perfect home for commuting families and indivudals. Crisp style and security make this the perfect Bucks county home at an affordable price. Built in 1965, these renovated apartments are meant to last through the tests of time.
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1 Unit Available
329 STATE STREET W
329 W State St
Trenton, NJ | Downtown Trenton
2 Bedrooms
$1,399
700 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 329 STATE STREET W in Trenton. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
239 Second St.
239 2nd Street
Trenton, NJ | South Trenton
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
239 Second St. Available 02/01/21 3 bed / 1 bath home - 3 bed / 1 bath (RLNE6344057)
1 Unit Available
668 Second St
668 2nd Street
Trenton, NJ | South Trenton
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
Available 02/01/21 Three Bedroom South Trenton Location - Property Id: 462854 Attached home in South Trenton, bright Living Room and Dining Room, Master Bedroom has large closets, large unfinished basement, washer/dryer is off kitchen.
1 Unit Available
475 Stuyvesant Ave.
475 Stuyvesant Avenue
Trenton, NJ | Stuyvesant-Prospect
4 Bedrooms
$1,300
1266 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE6314529)
1 Unit Available
315 Federal St
315 Federal Street
Trenton, NJ | South Trenton
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
950 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
2 beds 1 bath freshly renovated - 2 beds 1 bath freshly renovated No Pets Allowed (RLNE5244829)
1 Unit Available
853 Stuyvesant Ave
853 Stuyvesant Avenue
Trenton, NJ | Cadwalader and Hillcrest
5 Bedrooms
$1,250
1308 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
Large house for rent! - Large home with living room, dining room, kitchen and 5 bedrooms!!!!! No Dogs Allowed (RLNE3792951)
1 Unit Available
19 Furman St
19 Furman Street
Trenton, NJ | South Trenton
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
Cozy 2 bedroom house ready for you! - 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
313 Federal St
313 Federal Street
Trenton, NJ | South Trenton
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
950 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2 beds 1 bath Brand new - newly renovated No Pets Allowed (RLNE5424556)
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1 Unit Available
Pointe Breeze
710 Route 206
Burlington County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,360
840 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 07:10 AM
Quiet Wooded Setting in historic area of Bordentown. Free Swim Club Membership. Easy access to Major Highways, Interstates, and NJ Turnpike. Heat, Water, Sewer, Trash included in rent. Laundry Centers in each building, Verizon FiOS available.
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4 Units Available
Kuser Village
110 Nottinghill Ln
Mercer County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,405
730 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 07:10 AM
A Quiet Place to Call Home. At Kuser Village we offer door front parking, beautifully landscaped grounds and free heat and hot water.
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Lalor Gardens
38 Stenton Ct
Mercer County, NJ
Studio
$1,120
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,230
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,325
750 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 07:10 AM
**$500 Security Deposit for qualified applicants. Lalor Gardens is an exceptional community resplendent with shade trees, making it a sanctuary that offers unmatched value and superior amenities, spacious apartment homes and top quality service.
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6 Units Available
Wingate Apartments
315 Wert Avenue
Mercer County, NJ
Studio
$1,205
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,280
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,560
850 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 07:10 AM
Private and luxurious, Wingate Apartments is a haven with numerous amenities, spacious apartment homes, superb value, and every convenience.
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3 Units Available
Park Apartments
601 Park St
Bordentown, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,520
1000 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 07:10 AM
Now Offering Smoke Free Buildings! Welcome to Park Apartments, the premier rental community in historic Bordentown featuring spacious apartment homes with a full size washer/dryer, a private screened in patio and spectacular sprawling grounds.
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14 Units Available
Berkshire Stewards Crossing
1000 Stewards Crossing Way
Lawrenceville, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,512
701 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,812
952 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 04:43 AM
Wood-burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and full-sized washer and dryer are available in each unit. On-site amenities feature valet trash service and pool with Wi-Fi and outdoor lounge. Near the Loveless Nature Preserve and I-95.
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Carlton Apartments
125-A2 W Farrell Ave
Pennington, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,375
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,601
1075 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 10:39 AM
Located near highways 295 and 195. These recently renovated apartments feature superior finishes and upgrades. On-site pool, laundry facilities and sundeck. Updated appliances in each home.
1 Unit Available
1357 Apple Blossom Drive
1357 Apple Blossom Drive
Bucks County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
2062 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:52 AM
Professionally managed by Pathlight Property Management, the exclusive property manager for Home Partners of America, offering excellent customer service, 24/7 emergency maintenance service, online application and payments, and pet-friendly options.
1 Unit Available
301 OXFORD VALLEY RD
301 Oxford Valley Road
Bucks County, PA
Studio
$1,600
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 301 OXFORD VALLEY RD in Bucks County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
117 SLACK AVENUE
117 Slack Avenue
Mercer County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
846 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Simply nothing like it. Two-bedroom, one-bath loft in Bailey Ct, a 55 plus elevator building in Lawrence NJ, at the converted Bailey Mill Works. Updated kitchen, newer appliances, full bath, and newer hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
1316 HAMILTON AVENUE
1316 Hamilton Avenue
Trenton, NJ | Wilbur
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1520 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Large 3+ BR 1 1/2 bath semi on main road - off-street parking in rear - freshly painted - beautiful wood floors on 1st floor - carpet on 2nd floor - vinyl tile on 3rd. Nice size LVR - DR - and Kitchen. Front & Rear porches.
1 Unit Available
315 MASTERSON COURT
315 Masterson Ct
Mercer County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,400
1089 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Looking for a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom ground floor rental in Ewing? This well appointed unit in The Madison is move in ready and super convenient to shops, restaurants, all major highways and The College of New Jersey.
1 Unit Available
438 BUTTONWOOD ST
438 Buttonwood Street
Mercer County, NJ
5 Bedrooms
$3,000
Last updated January 17 at 08:24 AM
Welcome home to this large beautiful cape available for rent in Hamilton Township! This home features 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths, gleaming hardwood floors throughout, updated kitchen and baths, and a large finished basement with a 2nd kitchen and
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City Guide

Morrisville
"In the meadows where we grow the rose petals, and we sip a glass of Merlot, while I blow the Portobello. Like Cruello with a Cigarillo. Hello, listen up, this is Asher from the Morrisville, a little north of Truck!" - From "More Cowbell" by Asher Roth
"In the meadows where we grow the rose petals, and we sip a glass of Merlot, while I blow the Portobello. Like Cruello with a Cigarillo. Hello, listen up, this is Asher from the Morrisville, a little north of Truck!" - From "More Cowbell" by Asher Roth

Originally an outpost of the Dutch West India Company, Morrisville is now a borough in Buck's County, Pennsylvania. The borough was officially named in 1804, the same year that a bridge was built over Delaware to connect Morrisville to Trenton. Morrisville is home to several historical sites, including the Gershom Craft House, the Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge and Graystones, the site of the first Pennsylvania land purchase.

Setting up a Home in Morrisville

So you've decided to move in, hey? Great! Once you've got a rental home or piece of real estate to set up, it's time to get your utilities sorted out. Power provision in this town is pretty much relegated to the PECO company, so hit them up as soon as you've signed a lease to make sure you'll be able to turn the lights on after moving day. The Morrisville Municipal Authority is responsible for hooking your home up with water and sewer access, so a call to them is absolutely necessary before moving into the new place! The MMA can also make sure that your home is on the trash and recycling pickup route.

There aren't a great many cable providers in the area, but Verizon Wireless has you covered, so there will indeed be some television in your future. It's the same case for Internet providers, so be prepared to give the 3M Internet Corporation a call! Once you've set up accounts for each of these basic utilities, you should experience pretty smooth sailing for the foreseeable future.

Whether you are looking for rental homes or an apartment to rent, Morrisville has plenty of kooky properties to choose from. Since many properties in this town are WWII-era homes, they often have incongruous -- but fun! -- features, such as bulky second stories or lower-level additions to the original construction. Although the rental prices here are pretty high, it's for a good reason. These houses are enormous! You're really getting some great space for the monthly rental fees in this town. Some houses listed as one-bedroom, two-bathroom may sound small, but the truth is they are giant two-story homes with untraditional room placement. Don't pass these up if they sound outrageously expensive because chances are, you'll be impressed.

Apartment rentals in Morrisville are not quite so easy to find as house rentals, but if you've got your heart set on small comforts, just keep looking. There are plenty of apartment complexes around; it's just that the tenants aren't as high-turnover as they are in other places. That's a good thing! Check with the local apartment managers and send the word out to a few local realtors so that you can be the first to know when an apartment comes back on the rental market.

Setting up a Home in Morrisville
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So you've decided to move in, hey? Great! Once you've got a rental home or piece of real estate to set up, it's time to get your utilities sorted out. Power provision in this town is pretty much relegated to the PECO company, so hit them up as soon as you've signed a lease to make sure you'll be able to turn the lights on after moving day. The Morrisville Municipal Authority is responsible for hooking your home up with water and sewer access, so a call to them is absolutely necessary before moving into the new place! The MMA can also make sure that your home is on the trash and recycling pickup route.

There aren't a great many cable providers in the area, but Verizon Wireless has you covered, so there will indeed be some television in your future. It's the same case for Internet providers, so be prepared to give the 3M Internet Corporation a call! Once you've set up accounts for each of these basic utilities, you should experience pretty smooth sailing for the foreseeable future.

Whether you are looking for rental homes or an apartment to rent, Morrisville has plenty of kooky properties to choose from. Since many properties in this town are WWII-era homes, they often have incongruous -- but fun! -- features, such as bulky second stories or lower-level additions to the original construction. Although the rental prices here are pretty high, it's for a good reason. These houses are enormous! You're really getting some great space for the monthly rental fees in this town. Some houses listed as one-bedroom, two-bathroom may sound small, but the truth is they are giant two-story homes with untraditional room placement. Don't pass these up if they sound outrageously expensive because chances are, you'll be impressed.

Apartment rentals in Morrisville are not quite so easy to find as house rentals, but if you've got your heart set on small comforts, just keep looking. There are plenty of apartment complexes around; it's just that the tenants aren't as high-turnover as they are in other places. That's a good thing! Check with the local apartment managers and send the word out to a few local realtors so that you can be the first to know when an apartment comes back on the rental market.

Neighborhoods in Morrisville

Morrisville is a very oddly shaped borough, with two distinct halves separated by a thin tract of land -- basically, from above, this community looks like a tiny version of North and South America. The top half is comprised of 10 further distinct neighborhoods: Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike, Woodside, Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River, Pennsylvania Avenue and Borough Center. The southern half is referred to as Bordentown, which is not a residential area.

Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike and Woodside: The two Woodsides and Langhorne Pike are the most expensive neighborhoods in Morrisville, with real estate values higher than over 99 percent of homes in Pennsylvania. These areas are comprised of large and medium-sized houses, with some apartment complexes thrown into the mix.

Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River and Pennsylvania Avenue: As for the southern portion of neighborhoods, with the exception of Borough Center, housing costs are less expensive but certainly not cheap. Houses here were generally built between the 1940s and 1960s, while some of the larger houses and apartment buildings are a tad more modern.

Borough Center: This area connects directly to the Delaware River, where the town borders with New Jersey. This is the most affordable section of Morrisville in terms of housing costs and the best place to find studio apartments, all bills paid apartments and small houses to rent.

Neighborhoods in Morrisville
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Morrisville is a very oddly shaped borough, with two distinct halves separated by a thin tract of land -- basically, from above, this community looks like a tiny version of North and South America. The top half is comprised of 10 further distinct neighborhoods: Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike, Woodside, Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River, Pennsylvania Avenue and Borough Center. The southern half is referred to as Bordentown, which is not a residential area.

Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike and Woodside: The two Woodsides and Langhorne Pike are the most expensive neighborhoods in Morrisville, with real estate values higher than over 99 percent of homes in Pennsylvania. These areas are comprised of large and medium-sized houses, with some apartment complexes thrown into the mix.

Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River and Pennsylvania Avenue: As for the southern portion of neighborhoods, with the exception of Borough Center, housing costs are less expensive but certainly not cheap. Houses here were generally built between the 1940s and 1960s, while some of the larger houses and apartment buildings are a tad more modern.

Borough Center: This area connects directly to the Delaware River, where the town borders with New Jersey. This is the most affordable section of Morrisville in terms of housing costs and the best place to find studio apartments, all bills paid apartments and small houses to rent.

Eating Out, West of the Delaware

It's not exactly fine dining, but it cures what ails you! All the popular fast food joints call Morrisville home: Subway, Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, McDonald's and Burger King. On top of that, you can find some decent Italian food at La Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant or Anthony's Pizza. Looking for some cuisine that's a little more far-flung? Try out Concerto Fusion Cuisine or the Great Shanghai Chinese Restaurant. Down-home treats from the Squirrel's Nest Cafe, Cafe Chorba or Winckler's Ribs ought to round out the overall menu quite nicely. Drop by and choose your favorite!

Eating Out, West of the Delaware
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It's not exactly fine dining, but it cures what ails you! All the popular fast food joints call Morrisville home: Subway, Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, McDonald's and Burger King. On top of that, you can find some decent Italian food at La Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant or Anthony's Pizza. Looking for some cuisine that's a little more far-flung? Try out Concerto Fusion Cuisine or the Great Shanghai Chinese Restaurant. Down-home treats from the Squirrel's Nest Cafe, Cafe Chorba or Winckler's Ribs ought to round out the overall menu quite nicely. Drop by and choose your favorite!

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City Guide

Morrisville
"In the meadows where we grow the rose petals, and we sip a glass of Merlot, while I blow the Portobello. Like Cruello with a Cigarillo. Hello, listen up, this is Asher from the Morrisville, a little north of Truck!" - From "More Cowbell" by Asher Roth
"In the meadows where we grow the rose petals, and we sip a glass of Merlot, while I blow the Portobello. Like Cruello with a Cigarillo. Hello, listen up, this is Asher from the Morrisville, a little north of Truck!" - From "More Cowbell" by Asher Roth

Originally an outpost of the Dutch West India Company, Morrisville is now a borough in Buck's County, Pennsylvania. The borough was officially named in 1804, the same year that a bridge was built over Delaware to connect Morrisville to Trenton. Morrisville is home to several historical sites, including the Gershom Craft House, the Trenton City/Calhoun Street Bridge and Graystones, the site of the first Pennsylvania land purchase.

Setting up a Home in Morrisville

So you've decided to move in, hey? Great! Once you've got a rental home or piece of real estate to set up, it's time to get your utilities sorted out. Power provision in this town is pretty much relegated to the PECO company, so hit them up as soon as you've signed a lease to make sure you'll be able to turn the lights on after moving day. The Morrisville Municipal Authority is responsible for hooking your home up with water and sewer access, so a call to them is absolutely necessary before moving into the new place! The MMA can also make sure that your home is on the trash and recycling pickup route.

There aren't a great many cable providers in the area, but Verizon Wireless has you covered, so there will indeed be some television in your future. It's the same case for Internet providers, so be prepared to give the 3M Internet Corporation a call! Once you've set up accounts for each of these basic utilities, you should experience pretty smooth sailing for the foreseeable future.

Whether you are looking for rental homes or an apartment to rent, Morrisville has plenty of kooky properties to choose from. Since many properties in this town are WWII-era homes, they often have incongruous -- but fun! -- features, such as bulky second stories or lower-level additions to the original construction. Although the rental prices here are pretty high, it's for a good reason. These houses are enormous! You're really getting some great space for the monthly rental fees in this town. Some houses listed as one-bedroom, two-bathroom may sound small, but the truth is they are giant two-story homes with untraditional room placement. Don't pass these up if they sound outrageously expensive because chances are, you'll be impressed.

Apartment rentals in Morrisville are not quite so easy to find as house rentals, but if you've got your heart set on small comforts, just keep looking. There are plenty of apartment complexes around; it's just that the tenants aren't as high-turnover as they are in other places. That's a good thing! Check with the local apartment managers and send the word out to a few local realtors so that you can be the first to know when an apartment comes back on the rental market.

Setting up a Home in Morrisville
+

So you've decided to move in, hey? Great! Once you've got a rental home or piece of real estate to set up, it's time to get your utilities sorted out. Power provision in this town is pretty much relegated to the PECO company, so hit them up as soon as you've signed a lease to make sure you'll be able to turn the lights on after moving day. The Morrisville Municipal Authority is responsible for hooking your home up with water and sewer access, so a call to them is absolutely necessary before moving into the new place! The MMA can also make sure that your home is on the trash and recycling pickup route.

There aren't a great many cable providers in the area, but Verizon Wireless has you covered, so there will indeed be some television in your future. It's the same case for Internet providers, so be prepared to give the 3M Internet Corporation a call! Once you've set up accounts for each of these basic utilities, you should experience pretty smooth sailing for the foreseeable future.

Whether you are looking for rental homes or an apartment to rent, Morrisville has plenty of kooky properties to choose from. Since many properties in this town are WWII-era homes, they often have incongruous -- but fun! -- features, such as bulky second stories or lower-level additions to the original construction. Although the rental prices here are pretty high, it's for a good reason. These houses are enormous! You're really getting some great space for the monthly rental fees in this town. Some houses listed as one-bedroom, two-bathroom may sound small, but the truth is they are giant two-story homes with untraditional room placement. Don't pass these up if they sound outrageously expensive because chances are, you'll be impressed.

Apartment rentals in Morrisville are not quite so easy to find as house rentals, but if you've got your heart set on small comforts, just keep looking. There are plenty of apartment complexes around; it's just that the tenants aren't as high-turnover as they are in other places. That's a good thing! Check with the local apartment managers and send the word out to a few local realtors so that you can be the first to know when an apartment comes back on the rental market.

Neighborhoods in Morrisville

Morrisville is a very oddly shaped borough, with two distinct halves separated by a thin tract of land -- basically, from above, this community looks like a tiny version of North and South America. The top half is comprised of 10 further distinct neighborhoods: Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike, Woodside, Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River, Pennsylvania Avenue and Borough Center. The southern half is referred to as Bordentown, which is not a residential area.

Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike and Woodside: The two Woodsides and Langhorne Pike are the most expensive neighborhoods in Morrisville, with real estate values higher than over 99 percent of homes in Pennsylvania. These areas are comprised of large and medium-sized houses, with some apartment complexes thrown into the mix.

Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River and Pennsylvania Avenue: As for the southern portion of neighborhoods, with the exception of Borough Center, housing costs are less expensive but certainly not cheap. Houses here were generally built between the 1940s and 1960s, while some of the larger houses and apartment buildings are a tad more modern.

Borough Center: This area connects directly to the Delaware River, where the town borders with New Jersey. This is the most affordable section of Morrisville in terms of housing costs and the best place to find studio apartments, all bills paid apartments and small houses to rent.

Neighborhoods in Morrisville
+

Morrisville is a very oddly shaped borough, with two distinct halves separated by a thin tract of land -- basically, from above, this community looks like a tiny version of North and South America. The top half is comprised of 10 further distinct neighborhoods: Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike, Woodside, Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River, Pennsylvania Avenue and Borough Center. The southern half is referred to as Bordentown, which is not a residential area.

Woodside Lindenhurst, Langhorne Pike and Woodside: The two Woodsides and Langhorne Pike are the most expensive neighborhoods in Morrisville, with real estate values higher than over 99 percent of homes in Pennsylvania. These areas are comprised of large and medium-sized houses, with some apartment complexes thrown into the mix.

Stony Hill, Heacock, Dunlap, Yardley, River and Pennsylvania Avenue: As for the southern portion of neighborhoods, with the exception of Borough Center, housing costs are less expensive but certainly not cheap. Houses here were generally built between the 1940s and 1960s, while some of the larger houses and apartment buildings are a tad more modern.

Borough Center: This area connects directly to the Delaware River, where the town borders with New Jersey. This is the most affordable section of Morrisville in terms of housing costs and the best place to find studio apartments, all bills paid apartments and small houses to rent.

Eating Out, West of the Delaware

It's not exactly fine dining, but it cures what ails you! All the popular fast food joints call Morrisville home: Subway, Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, McDonald's and Burger King. On top of that, you can find some decent Italian food at La Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant or Anthony's Pizza. Looking for some cuisine that's a little more far-flung? Try out Concerto Fusion Cuisine or the Great Shanghai Chinese Restaurant. Down-home treats from the Squirrel's Nest Cafe, Cafe Chorba or Winckler's Ribs ought to round out the overall menu quite nicely. Drop by and choose your favorite!

Eating Out, West of the Delaware
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It's not exactly fine dining, but it cures what ails you! All the popular fast food joints call Morrisville home: Subway, Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, Wendy's, McDonald's and Burger King. On top of that, you can find some decent Italian food at La Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant or Anthony's Pizza. Looking for some cuisine that's a little more far-flung? Try out Concerto Fusion Cuisine or the Great Shanghai Chinese Restaurant. Down-home treats from the Squirrel's Nest Cafe, Cafe Chorba or Winckler's Ribs ought to round out the overall menu quite nicely. Drop by and choose your favorite!