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68 Apartments for rent in Casa Grande, AZ

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Bella Vista
1564 N Morrison Ave
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$979
813 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
An excellent location in Casa Grande, Arizona. Perks of this complex include vertical blinds, patios and balconies, nine-foot ceilings, all-electric kitchens, split floor plans and more.
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5 Units Available
The Colony Apartments
351 N Peart Rd
Casa Grande, AZ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,085
1090 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,180
1159 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Recently renovated apartments have hardwood floors and ample storage space. Gaze at the sunset from private patio or balcony. Near multiple shopping and dining locations.
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Las Brisas Apartments
1000 North Arizola Road
Casa Grande, AZ
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1 Bedroom
$872
565 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,006
795 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Luxury Living at Las Brisas Apartments in Casa Grande, AZ. Experience a carefree, relaxing lifestyle at Las Brisas Apartments.
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4 Units Available
The Sonoran
344 N Pottebaum Rd
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,030
1068 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,060
1259 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:38 AM
Community features covered parking, pool and emergency maintenance. Apartments with AC/heat, fully equipped kitchen, and private patio or balcony. Convenient location close to Mosely Park and Banner Casa Grande Medical Center.
1 Unit Available
2429 East San Borja Trail
2429 East San Borja Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
1768 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Beautiful and modern new build! Located Conveniently Near I10 and Earley Rd! This home won't last long, there is so many great aspects! Spacious living room/ kitchen area! New silver and black appliances! Low maintenance, large back yard and an
1 Unit Available
515 West 13th Street
515 West 13th Street
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
875 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Open and spacious 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with beautiful upgraded flooring, modern cabinetry, fresh paint, and upgraded light fixtures! Don't miss out! Pet Policy:  Will be considered - up to 1 dog under 25 pounds, $250 pet deposit and/or monthly pet
1 Unit Available
665 W MIRAGE Loop
665 West Mirage Loop
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1660 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Furnished home, available for $1800/month including all utilities, and cable. 3 bedrooms plus Den. Spacious open lay-out, Comfortable shaded back yard with pavered patio area, with BBQ. All furnishings included, dishes and cooking utensils, linens.
1 Unit Available
1338 E 10TH Place
1338 East 10th Place
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1520 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Located in the heart of Casa Grande, in the popular Acacia Landing subdivision. This beautiful home features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths plus a loft. The kitchen has ceramic tiled counters and back splash.
1 Unit Available
511 W 11TH Street
511 West 11th Street
Casa Grande, AZ | Downtown Casa Grande
4 Bedrooms
$1,325
1500 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
CHARMING REMODELED HOME 4 BEDROOM 1 AND A HLAF BATH. MASTER HAS HALF BATH. SQUARE FOOTAGE IS APPROX 1500 NOW THAT OWNER HAS ADDED 4TH BEDROOM WITH A/C UNIT. THIS ROOM CAN BE USED AS A BEDROOM OR A BONUS ROOM.
1 Unit Available
517 E SETTLERS Trail
517 Settlers Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1581 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Conveniently located in Ghost Ranch community right next to I-10 freeway. 4 bedroom/2 bath. Neutral paint and carpet throughout the house. . Water Softener. Common areas border to the left side and the back of the house.
1 Unit Available
2403 E ALIDA Trail
2403 East Alida Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
1915 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
This brand new home for RENT. Premium Lot backs to Common Area! This Cardinal is a ''B'' Elevation. It is an open single-story home featuring 4 bedrooms, Den with 2.5 bathrooms and a 2-car garage.
1 Unit Available
364 S VERDAD Lane
364 South Verdad Lane
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1662 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
LOCATION LOCATION!!! BRAND New Home includes many upgraded and included features like Granite slab countertops in Kitchen, Stainless Steel appliances including the Fridge.
1 Unit Available
655 W RATTLESNAKE Place
655 West Rattlesnake Plaza
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
3151 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Beautiful and clean two story, 4 bedroom + office/den, 3 bath spacious master suit, walk deck with spiral stairs, New carpet and AC units. Quiet street in highly sought after Casa Grande community.
1 Unit Available
597 W LUCKY PENNY Place
597 West Lucky Penny Plaza
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1688 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Clean home in a conveniently located neighborhood close to shopping and freeway. Very neutral and maintenace free back yard. Open floor plan with kitchen island, Family room combined. Formal Living and Dining Room.Master has walk-in Closet.
1 Unit Available
2392 S LAMB Road
2392 South Lamb Road
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1783 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
FULLY FURNISHED This stunning rural home in Casa Grande is at the base of the mountains with hiking trails just outside the door. Bring your horse. quads, RV for fun in the sun. Plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the great outdoors.
1 Unit Available
337 W Settlers Trl
337 Settlers Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
1580 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Fabulous Home located off highway located in Casa Grande. Easy drive to Phoenix but live in the suburbs. 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms single story home available for lease.
1 Unit Available
502 N Cameron Ave
502 North Cameron Avenue
Casa Grande, AZ | Casa Grande East
3 Bedrooms
$1,320
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/15/20 Cameron - Property Id: 134365 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/502-n-cameron-ave-casa-grande-az/134365 Property Id 134365 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6268125)
1 Unit Available
440 W Pintail Dr
440 West Pintail Drive
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/15/20 Casa Grande Brand New House with Views! - Property Id: 431802 3 Bed 2 Ba on Premium mountain view lot in Ghost Hollow Estates.
1 Unit Available
132 W. Jahns Pl.
132 West Jahns Place
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1390 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Plenty of room and storage - Sec 8 - Section 8 accepted Wonderful home with plenty of room. Split living quarters can be easily used for living or guests with own entrance. Plenty of room and storage available.
1 Unit Available
414 1/2 W 9th St 21245090 - Location 060
414 1/2 W 9th St
Casa Grande, AZ | Downtown Casa Grande
1 Bedroom
$895
700 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
FREE 55" TV. Cute 1 Bed 1 Bath Remolded home in Casa Grande All UTILITIES INCLUDED!! Call Ryan 602-400-5090 GoRenter.com - Beautifully remodeled. Everything new inside Tile everywhere. Looking for quiet clean tenants.
1 Unit Available
2436 E San Borja Trl
2436 East San Borja Trail
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
1716 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Brand New, beautiful & highly energy efficient DR Horton GOOSE floor-plan single-level home above 1700 sq.ft that has 4bed/2bath with large Master bedroom, BIG kitchen island and good size Master closet.
1 Unit Available
3892 N Princeton Ln
3892 Princeton Lane
Casa Grande, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
1500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 3892 N Princeton Ln in Casa Grande. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
4025 N Honeysuckle Ct
4025 North Honeysuckle Court
Casa Grande, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1560 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
This brand new house offers an open floor plan with three spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a 2-car garage and a large covered back patio. The large living areas and kitchen provide plenty of space for your family and friends to enjoy!!No pets
1 Unit Available
1149 East 5th Street
1149 East 5th Street
Casa Grande, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$795
528 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 09:02 PM
**Key only unlocks back door at this time but will be corrected soon** Cute 2 bed 1 bath home in Casa Grande. Spacious and open. All tile throughout.
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City Guide

Casa Grande
"Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Gotta pack, come on, get a move on, Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Ain't coming back, Wheels, get a move on" -- From "The Lights of Tucson" by Jim Campbell
"Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Gotta pack, come on, get a move on, Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Ain't coming back, Wheels, get a move on" -- From "The Lights of Tucson" by Jim Campbell

Casa Grande is located smack dab in the middle of Phoenix and Tucson. So it's the perfect location if you can't choose between two major Arizona cities. Its proximity to the wildly popular Interstate 10 means you can simply hop on the freeway and drive north for about an hour to get to Phoenix, or head south for an hour until you arrive in Tucson. How's that for the best of both worlds? Well, at least if you like the whole Wild West theme Arizona has going on. We'll be honest -- if you don't dig a cactus garden and wilt in temperatures above 90 degrees, you should expect an adjustment period. If you're ready to join the 48,571 satisfied residents of this city, however, get a look at the rental housing choices you have here.

Looking for a Home in Casa Grande

This city's vacancy rate is higher than average, at about 19%. So whether you're looking for furnished apartments or duplexes for rent in Casa Grande, you can relax a little. There's no rush. Just mosey around the city until you find a few places you're interested in, and then ask about the requirements for renting an apartment or house. Most likely, you will need a decent rental history, pay stubs from the past month, and a deposit.

What are the housing costs in Casa Grande? Now that you know about the great vacancy rate, there's even better news for you: housing here is pretty inexpensive. Whether you compare it to the national average or the state average, you'll see some savings. The median cost to buy a home here is below the median in both the state and the nation, while the median rental cost is the same as the national average. Nonetheless, more people than average choose to rent in this city, so there must be something amazing about the rental houses, condos, and apartments here.

Looking for a Home in Casa Grande
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This city's vacancy rate is higher than average, at about 19%. So whether you're looking for furnished apartments or duplexes for rent in Casa Grande, you can relax a little. There's no rush. Just mosey around the city until you find a few places you're interested in, and then ask about the requirements for renting an apartment or house. Most likely, you will need a decent rental history, pay stubs from the past month, and a deposit.

What are the housing costs in Casa Grande? Now that you know about the great vacancy rate, there's even better news for you: housing here is pretty inexpensive. Whether you compare it to the national average or the state average, you'll see some savings. The median cost to buy a home here is below the median in both the state and the nation, while the median rental cost is the same as the national average. Nonetheless, more people than average choose to rent in this city, so there must be something amazing about the rental houses, condos, and apartments here.

Casa Grande Neighborhoods

If you're planning to move to Casa Grande, take a look at the neighborhoods that make up this city. You will find that they range from rather new subdivisions to somewhat established urban areas. Of course, like any city in the Wild West, there are also some communities here that are surrounded by nothing but desert and houses with plenty of acreage.

North Cox Road and West McCartney Road: This is among the costliest areas to reside in Casa Grande because it has mostly new real estate. Plus, it's just east of Interstate 10, giving you easy access to the rest of the Phoenix area, as well as Tucson. Whether you want to rent a detached house or a mobile home, this could be the place for you.

West Ghost Ranch Road and North Pinal Avenue: This is practically a mirror image of the neighborhood of North Cox Road and West McCartney Road, since it is made up of new homes that are just located on the west side of the 10. It's also close to Villago Marketplace, which features small businesses, dental offices, and more necessities.

Casa Grande La Palma Highway and South Overfield Road: To the east of the 10 and in the southern part of the city, you will find this neighborhood. It encompasses a variety of single-family houses, mobile homes, and the beautiful Mission Royale Golf Course. Oh and lots of scenic views involving cacti, too.

Eleven Mile Corner and Randolph: This makes up the bulk of the city, and it's located on the eastern edge of Casa Grande. You can find both mobile homes and detached houses here, so if you seek a spacious house to rent, this is a great place to look. This is also home to the picturesque Picacho Reservoir, which could basically be considered an oasis in this desert city.

City Center: If you want to be in the middle of everything in this city, the center is a logical place to look. Here you will find Western Manor Park, Casa Grande Art Museum, and the downtown area with lots of local shops and eateries.

Casa Grande Neighborhoods
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If you're planning to move to Casa Grande, take a look at the neighborhoods that make up this city. You will find that they range from rather new subdivisions to somewhat established urban areas. Of course, like any city in the Wild West, there are also some communities here that are surrounded by nothing but desert and houses with plenty of acreage.

North Cox Road and West McCartney Road: This is among the costliest areas to reside in Casa Grande because it has mostly new real estate. Plus, it's just east of Interstate 10, giving you easy access to the rest of the Phoenix area, as well as Tucson. Whether you want to rent a detached house or a mobile home, this could be the place for you.

West Ghost Ranch Road and North Pinal Avenue: This is practically a mirror image of the neighborhood of North Cox Road and West McCartney Road, since it is made up of new homes that are just located on the west side of the 10. It's also close to Villago Marketplace, which features small businesses, dental offices, and more necessities.

Casa Grande La Palma Highway and South Overfield Road: To the east of the 10 and in the southern part of the city, you will find this neighborhood. It encompasses a variety of single-family houses, mobile homes, and the beautiful Mission Royale Golf Course. Oh and lots of scenic views involving cacti, too.

Eleven Mile Corner and Randolph: This makes up the bulk of the city, and it's located on the eastern edge of Casa Grande. You can find both mobile homes and detached houses here, so if you seek a spacious house to rent, this is a great place to look. This is also home to the picturesque Picacho Reservoir, which could basically be considered an oasis in this desert city.

City Center: If you want to be in the middle of everything in this city, the center is a logical place to look. Here you will find Western Manor Park, Casa Grande Art Museum, and the downtown area with lots of local shops and eateries.

Living in Casa Grande

As you try to make a decision on which neighborhood you should move to, you should also learn what kinds of activities you can do once you arrive. One of the first things you will notice is the number of outdoor amenities this city has. Sure, it's Arizona, where it's insanely hot in the afternoon from about May until October. But that still leaves room for pleasant weather during the mornings year round and throughout the day for from November to April!

It should come as no surprise that there are lots of golf courses, parks, and public pools here. Just a few examples include Francisco Grande Golf Course, Mission Royale Golf Course, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center, Rancho Grande Park, and Peart Park. There is also Picacho Peak State Park, which features everything from hiking trails to reenactments of historic battles.

For those hot summer days when your worst fear is staying outside for more than five minutes, you can get some relief inside the many stores here. Promenade at Casa Grande Mall is your best bet, since it has a Dillard's, Cost Plus World Market, and JC Penney, to name a few major stores. This is also where you can soak in a movie -- and some air conditioning -- at Harkins Theatres. If you're in the mood to shop for a deal, check out the Casa Grande Outlets so you can get discounted prices on products from Izod, Gap, Sears, and more. And of course, there are plenty of restaurants in this city, including BeDillon's Restaurant and Cactus Garden, Big House Caf, and McMasher's Sports Bar and Grill.

If you don't find what you need in the city of Casa Grande, you can always quickly get on the 10 and drive to one of the many suburbs less than a half hour away. In Chandler, you will find Chandler Fashion Center mall, and in Maricopa, you can check out Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino. Other Phoenix suburbs, such as Tempe and Scottsdale, are less than an hour away. Now that you have the skinny on Casa Grande, you're ready to take a look at your rental options in this city.

Living in Casa Grande
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As you try to make a decision on which neighborhood you should move to, you should also learn what kinds of activities you can do once you arrive. One of the first things you will notice is the number of outdoor amenities this city has. Sure, it's Arizona, where it's insanely hot in the afternoon from about May until October. But that still leaves room for pleasant weather during the mornings year round and throughout the day for from November to April!

It should come as no surprise that there are lots of golf courses, parks, and public pools here. Just a few examples include Francisco Grande Golf Course, Mission Royale Golf Course, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center, Rancho Grande Park, and Peart Park. There is also Picacho Peak State Park, which features everything from hiking trails to reenactments of historic battles.

For those hot summer days when your worst fear is staying outside for more than five minutes, you can get some relief inside the many stores here. Promenade at Casa Grande Mall is your best bet, since it has a Dillard's, Cost Plus World Market, and JC Penney, to name a few major stores. This is also where you can soak in a movie -- and some air conditioning -- at Harkins Theatres. If you're in the mood to shop for a deal, check out the Casa Grande Outlets so you can get discounted prices on products from Izod, Gap, Sears, and more. And of course, there are plenty of restaurants in this city, including BeDillon's Restaurant and Cactus Garden, Big House Caf, and McMasher's Sports Bar and Grill.

If you don't find what you need in the city of Casa Grande, you can always quickly get on the 10 and drive to one of the many suburbs less than a half hour away. In Chandler, you will find Chandler Fashion Center mall, and in Maricopa, you can check out Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino. Other Phoenix suburbs, such as Tempe and Scottsdale, are less than an hour away. Now that you have the skinny on Casa Grande, you're ready to take a look at your rental options in this city.

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Casa Grande
"Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Gotta pack, come on, get a move on, Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Ain't coming back, Wheels, get a move on" -- From "The Lights of Tucson" by Jim Campbell
"Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Gotta pack, come on, get a move on, Gotta see the lights of Tucson, Ain't coming back, Wheels, get a move on" -- From "The Lights of Tucson" by Jim Campbell

Casa Grande is located smack dab in the middle of Phoenix and Tucson. So it's the perfect location if you can't choose between two major Arizona cities. Its proximity to the wildly popular Interstate 10 means you can simply hop on the freeway and drive north for about an hour to get to Phoenix, or head south for an hour until you arrive in Tucson. How's that for the best of both worlds? Well, at least if you like the whole Wild West theme Arizona has going on. We'll be honest -- if you don't dig a cactus garden and wilt in temperatures above 90 degrees, you should expect an adjustment period. If you're ready to join the 48,571 satisfied residents of this city, however, get a look at the rental housing choices you have here.

Looking for a Home in Casa Grande

This city's vacancy rate is higher than average, at about 19%. So whether you're looking for furnished apartments or duplexes for rent in Casa Grande, you can relax a little. There's no rush. Just mosey around the city until you find a few places you're interested in, and then ask about the requirements for renting an apartment or house. Most likely, you will need a decent rental history, pay stubs from the past month, and a deposit.

What are the housing costs in Casa Grande? Now that you know about the great vacancy rate, there's even better news for you: housing here is pretty inexpensive. Whether you compare it to the national average or the state average, you'll see some savings. The median cost to buy a home here is below the median in both the state and the nation, while the median rental cost is the same as the national average. Nonetheless, more people than average choose to rent in this city, so there must be something amazing about the rental houses, condos, and apartments here.

Looking for a Home in Casa Grande
+

This city's vacancy rate is higher than average, at about 19%. So whether you're looking for furnished apartments or duplexes for rent in Casa Grande, you can relax a little. There's no rush. Just mosey around the city until you find a few places you're interested in, and then ask about the requirements for renting an apartment or house. Most likely, you will need a decent rental history, pay stubs from the past month, and a deposit.

What are the housing costs in Casa Grande? Now that you know about the great vacancy rate, there's even better news for you: housing here is pretty inexpensive. Whether you compare it to the national average or the state average, you'll see some savings. The median cost to buy a home here is below the median in both the state and the nation, while the median rental cost is the same as the national average. Nonetheless, more people than average choose to rent in this city, so there must be something amazing about the rental houses, condos, and apartments here.

Casa Grande Neighborhoods

If you're planning to move to Casa Grande, take a look at the neighborhoods that make up this city. You will find that they range from rather new subdivisions to somewhat established urban areas. Of course, like any city in the Wild West, there are also some communities here that are surrounded by nothing but desert and houses with plenty of acreage.

North Cox Road and West McCartney Road: This is among the costliest areas to reside in Casa Grande because it has mostly new real estate. Plus, it's just east of Interstate 10, giving you easy access to the rest of the Phoenix area, as well as Tucson. Whether you want to rent a detached house or a mobile home, this could be the place for you.

West Ghost Ranch Road and North Pinal Avenue: This is practically a mirror image of the neighborhood of North Cox Road and West McCartney Road, since it is made up of new homes that are just located on the west side of the 10. It's also close to Villago Marketplace, which features small businesses, dental offices, and more necessities.

Casa Grande La Palma Highway and South Overfield Road: To the east of the 10 and in the southern part of the city, you will find this neighborhood. It encompasses a variety of single-family houses, mobile homes, and the beautiful Mission Royale Golf Course. Oh and lots of scenic views involving cacti, too.

Eleven Mile Corner and Randolph: This makes up the bulk of the city, and it's located on the eastern edge of Casa Grande. You can find both mobile homes and detached houses here, so if you seek a spacious house to rent, this is a great place to look. This is also home to the picturesque Picacho Reservoir, which could basically be considered an oasis in this desert city.

City Center: If you want to be in the middle of everything in this city, the center is a logical place to look. Here you will find Western Manor Park, Casa Grande Art Museum, and the downtown area with lots of local shops and eateries.

Casa Grande Neighborhoods
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If you're planning to move to Casa Grande, take a look at the neighborhoods that make up this city. You will find that they range from rather new subdivisions to somewhat established urban areas. Of course, like any city in the Wild West, there are also some communities here that are surrounded by nothing but desert and houses with plenty of acreage.

North Cox Road and West McCartney Road: This is among the costliest areas to reside in Casa Grande because it has mostly new real estate. Plus, it's just east of Interstate 10, giving you easy access to the rest of the Phoenix area, as well as Tucson. Whether you want to rent a detached house or a mobile home, this could be the place for you.

West Ghost Ranch Road and North Pinal Avenue: This is practically a mirror image of the neighborhood of North Cox Road and West McCartney Road, since it is made up of new homes that are just located on the west side of the 10. It's also close to Villago Marketplace, which features small businesses, dental offices, and more necessities.

Casa Grande La Palma Highway and South Overfield Road: To the east of the 10 and in the southern part of the city, you will find this neighborhood. It encompasses a variety of single-family houses, mobile homes, and the beautiful Mission Royale Golf Course. Oh and lots of scenic views involving cacti, too.

Eleven Mile Corner and Randolph: This makes up the bulk of the city, and it's located on the eastern edge of Casa Grande. You can find both mobile homes and detached houses here, so if you seek a spacious house to rent, this is a great place to look. This is also home to the picturesque Picacho Reservoir, which could basically be considered an oasis in this desert city.

City Center: If you want to be in the middle of everything in this city, the center is a logical place to look. Here you will find Western Manor Park, Casa Grande Art Museum, and the downtown area with lots of local shops and eateries.

Living in Casa Grande

As you try to make a decision on which neighborhood you should move to, you should also learn what kinds of activities you can do once you arrive. One of the first things you will notice is the number of outdoor amenities this city has. Sure, it's Arizona, where it's insanely hot in the afternoon from about May until October. But that still leaves room for pleasant weather during the mornings year round and throughout the day for from November to April!

It should come as no surprise that there are lots of golf courses, parks, and public pools here. Just a few examples include Francisco Grande Golf Course, Mission Royale Golf Course, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center, Rancho Grande Park, and Peart Park. There is also Picacho Peak State Park, which features everything from hiking trails to reenactments of historic battles.

For those hot summer days when your worst fear is staying outside for more than five minutes, you can get some relief inside the many stores here. Promenade at Casa Grande Mall is your best bet, since it has a Dillard's, Cost Plus World Market, and JC Penney, to name a few major stores. This is also where you can soak in a movie -- and some air conditioning -- at Harkins Theatres. If you're in the mood to shop for a deal, check out the Casa Grande Outlets so you can get discounted prices on products from Izod, Gap, Sears, and more. And of course, there are plenty of restaurants in this city, including BeDillon's Restaurant and Cactus Garden, Big House Caf, and McMasher's Sports Bar and Grill.

If you don't find what you need in the city of Casa Grande, you can always quickly get on the 10 and drive to one of the many suburbs less than a half hour away. In Chandler, you will find Chandler Fashion Center mall, and in Maricopa, you can check out Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino. Other Phoenix suburbs, such as Tempe and Scottsdale, are less than an hour away. Now that you have the skinny on Casa Grande, you're ready to take a look at your rental options in this city.

Living in Casa Grande
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As you try to make a decision on which neighborhood you should move to, you should also learn what kinds of activities you can do once you arrive. One of the first things you will notice is the number of outdoor amenities this city has. Sure, it's Arizona, where it's insanely hot in the afternoon from about May until October. But that still leaves room for pleasant weather during the mornings year round and throughout the day for from November to April!

It should come as no surprise that there are lots of golf courses, parks, and public pools here. Just a few examples include Francisco Grande Golf Course, Mission Royale Golf Course, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center, Rancho Grande Park, and Peart Park. There is also Picacho Peak State Park, which features everything from hiking trails to reenactments of historic battles.

For those hot summer days when your worst fear is staying outside for more than five minutes, you can get some relief inside the many stores here. Promenade at Casa Grande Mall is your best bet, since it has a Dillard's, Cost Plus World Market, and JC Penney, to name a few major stores. This is also where you can soak in a movie -- and some air conditioning -- at Harkins Theatres. If you're in the mood to shop for a deal, check out the Casa Grande Outlets so you can get discounted prices on products from Izod, Gap, Sears, and more. And of course, there are plenty of restaurants in this city, including BeDillon's Restaurant and Cactus Garden, Big House Caf, and McMasher's Sports Bar and Grill.

If you don't find what you need in the city of Casa Grande, you can always quickly get on the 10 and drive to one of the many suburbs less than a half hour away. In Chandler, you will find Chandler Fashion Center mall, and in Maricopa, you can check out Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino. Other Phoenix suburbs, such as Tempe and Scottsdale, are less than an hour away. Now that you have the skinny on Casa Grande, you're ready to take a look at your rental options in this city.