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Old 06-13-2014, 01:46 AM
 
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What is the area like in Salisbury MD? How is Priscillia St with crime?
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Old 06-13-2014, 07:23 AM
 
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What is the area like in Salisbury MD? How is Priscillia St with crime?
Its an alright street...the Eastside of Salisbury is not as "bad" as the Westside. People may be outside on Church or Isabella though so it depends on which end youre at. People might be outside down near Priscilla and Kent but its not really nothing to be worried about. Drugs are all over Salisbury just like anywhere else but more times than not you will be bored and need to find something to do with yourself unless you have family or like to fish and crab. The park by the zoo is nice.
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Old 03-13-2016, 02:32 PM
 
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Hello:

I know this is an old thread, but I am hoping that someone could give me some pointers about the following topics (questions) with regard to Salisbury, Maryland -

1. Where (mainly websites) should I search for a studio to rent? I have done some searching and what I have found are mostly 2 (or more) bedroom apartments. Of course, it would be greatly appreciated if someone could tell me which areas (unsafe) to avoid to rent.

2. Is the whole city "walkable"? If not, which areas are "walkable" (to supermarkets), as I won't be able to drive a car, due to some health issues.

3. What would be the most convenient way (or ways ... and perhaps the most "economical") to get to Salisbury from Baltimore?

4. What is the average temperature in winter and in summer?

Thank you so very much for your assistance and help in advance!

Joseph

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Old 03-15-2016, 10:24 AM
 
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Hello:

I know this is an old thread, but I am hoping that someone could give me some pointers about the following topics (questions) with regard to Salisbury, Maryland -

1. Where (mainly websites) should I search for a studio to rent? I have done some searching and what I have found are mostly 2 (or more) bedroom apartments. Of course, it would be greatly appreciated if someone could tell me which areas (unsafe) to avoid to rent.

2. Is the whole city "walkable"? If not, which areas are "walkable" (to supermarkets), as I won't be able to drive a car, due to some health issues.

3. What would be the most convenient way (or ways ... and perhaps the most "economical") to get to Salisbury from Baltimore?

4. What is the average temperature in winter and in summer?

Thank you so very much for your assistance and help in advance!

Joseph
1. Unfortunately, not sure of any specific websites to recommend. There's always your standard apartments.com, zillo, etc. My hunch is that Salisbury doesn't have very many studios and 1 bedrooms: it's not a dense town so there's not much demand for those kinds of places.

2. No, the whole city is not walkable. The only areas that are walkable are the areas within walking distance of the university campus, and also the downtown area. Outside of that, it's not really a town where you can live a walking lifestyle.

3. Bus

4. Summer highs: upper 80s to low 90s is typical, and it's humid. Summer nights are warm but pleasant mostly. Highs above 100 or below 80 are unusual. Winter highs usually in mid to upper 40s, with 50+ degree days not that unusual. Lows just below freezing (upper twenties). Snow is infrequent and usually melts quickly.
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