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Overview of Carroll Park

Carroll Park is a neighborhood in the western section of Philadelphia. The area is comprised of many single parents who work to raise their kids. The atmosphere of the district is one of happiness and hope. People look out for one another in Carroll Park, and neighbors are more like family members than mere acquaintances. Carroll Park Philadelphia is home to people from all walks of life. You will meet educators, office workers, and salespeople. The average age for people in the neighborhood is 35. Carroll Park is a great place for families who want to get to know their neighbors.

Apartments in Carroll Park Philadelphia

Typical apartments in Carroll Park Philadelphia are made of brick and have multiple stories. Rent will cost you about $800 per month for a one- or two-bedroom unit. Carroll Park Philadelphia apartments are typically unique and architecturally interesting. Rent includes several amenities, no matter which apartment you choose. You will have controlled access, a laundry facility, and oversized closets. If apartment living is your style, you may be able to find a house to rent from one of the many landlords in the area.

Things to Do in Carroll Park Philadelphia

You will find a variety of restaurants in Carroll Park. Residents report that there is something for everyone in the area. Whether you feel like a steak and a beer or Asian cuisine, you can find it on one of the friendly streets lining the district.

When it comes to nightlife and activities, you may need to walk a few miles. The closest hot spots are Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse and Please Touch Museum. Both of these places are incredibly popular among the families in Carroll Park Philadelphia and come highly recommended. Residents without children may choose to drive into Philadelphia proper for a true taste of the night life.

Pet-Friendly Apartments & Resources

Pets are typically permitted in rental properties throughout the city. Different properties may have rules and regulations in place when it comes to the number of pets permitted and their size.

Most pet owners in Carroll Park Philadelphia utilize the Veterinary Hospital University of Pennsylvania for their pets' health care needs. Other owners choose to utilize the VIP PetCare clinic at Monster Pets in Philadelphia. You can find a variety of shops that cater to pets in Philadelphia proper and surrounding areas, but you will not find any pet stores in Carroll Park itself.

Commuting From Carroll Park Philadelphia

Carroll Park Philadelphia does not have many options for public transportation. In fact, the only state in the neighborhood is the T10 station. The commuter rail carries residents back and forth to downtown and beyond. If you have the need to travel frequently, owning a vehicle is recommended. There are many places that are within walking distance if you stay within the district.

Carroll Park Philadelphia Schools

If you are looking for a school located in Carroll Park Philadelphia, you have your choice of three. There are two charter schools in the area. The Universal Bluford Charter School enrolls children in grades kindergarten through sixth. The Mastery Charter School Shoemaker Campus is a school for children in seventh and eighth grade. You may also choose to send your children to private school at St. Rose of Lima. This Roman Catholic school enrolls children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.