Because the weather in Buckhall can be unpredictable, with humid summers and cold winters, finding the perfect time to move can be a challenge. However, the months of May and June bring warmer weather and sunny skies to the city, making it the perfect time to put your things in boxes, move those boxes into an awesome new apartment, and then take those things out of those boxes. Prior to the move, be sure to have narrowed down your list of potential neighborhoods to check out. Talk to local real estate agents, residents and shop owners to get an idea of where you would most want to live.
Foxridge: With roughly 20 homes, Foxridge is one of the smaller neighborhoods in the area. Because it is in a more rural area of the town, it takes residents longer to reach shopping, restaurants and nightlife. However, the rural setting means larger lots and more land. Newcomers to Buckhall may want to look at a house to rent prior to purchasing a property.
Brenmill: Brenmill is one of the largest neighborhoods in Buckhall. Despite an increase in population there are actually less people every square mile, giving Brenmill the feel of a more rural and isolated community. Because 98% of people in this community own their own home, it may be difficult to find an apartment for rent in this area of Buckhall.
Downtown Center: Because Brenmill has that small-town charm with big city personality, many renters prefer looking at the luxury apartments available in the downtown area. Although many of these apartments are in older buildings, the vast majority have been renovated and feature all the modern features and amenities expected in a luxury apartment.
If living in a rural community is not your preference, Buckhall may not be the city for you. However, because it is only an hour from Washington, D.C., Buckhall is a convenient option for those who want peace and quiet while remaining close to the excitement of a large city. The tree-lined Main Street with friendly mom-and-pop stores gives a welcoming feel to the city and community events like the annual chicken barbecue fundraiser for the Buckhall Volunteer Fire Department draw hundreds of visitors while providing a sense of community pride for locals.