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25 Apartments for rent in Anderson, CA

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3520 Gardenia St
3520 Gardenia Street
Anderson, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
770 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3520 Gardenia St Available 12/04/20 2 bedroom 1 Bath - with Possible 3rd Bedroom/Den option! - Clean 2 Bed 1 Bath home, has the option of another bedroom/den from garage conversion.
1 Unit Available
1979 Spruce Circle
1979 Spruce Circle
Anderson, CA
2 Bedrooms
$900
740 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1979 Spruce Circle - 1979 Available 12/18/20 Conveniently Located Duplex in Anderson! - Don't miss your opportunity to rent this conveniently located duplex unit just down the road from Wal-Mart in Anderson, near Anderson High School and Highway 273
1 Unit Available
20243 Chalone Place
20243 Chalaine Place
Anderson, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,495
1750 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful Tuscany Style Home in Skyview Estates!! - Walk up to this privately situated home in Skyview Estates and it will immediately take your breath away! The grounds are meticulously cared for w/ beautiful shrubs, trees and lavender! Walk
1 Unit Available
3414 Riverside Dr.
3414 Riverside Drive
Anderson, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1400 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
3414 Riverside Dr.
Results within 1 mile of Anderson
1 Unit Available
19445 Lucille St
19445 Lucille Street
Shasta County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
840 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Updated 2 Bedroom 1 Bath with Large back Yard! - No Cats Allowed (RLNE6255570)
Results within 5 miles of Anderson
1 Unit Available
4207 Balls Ferry Dr.
4207 Balls Ferry Road
Shasta County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4207 Balls Ferry Dr. Available 01/14/21 Great little unit in the country with a large back yard. Pets considered with additional deposit. - This is a country property with a huge yard.
1 Unit Available
21129 Arena
21129 Arena Way
Shasta County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1300 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Nice home in Cottonwood! - Three bedroom, two bathroom home with two car garage and fenced backyard. Central heat and air with woodstove.
Results within 10 miles of Anderson
1 Unit Available
1365 A Browning Street
1365 Browning St
Redding, CA | Boulder Creek
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
2000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1365 A Browning Street in Redding. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1413 Casa Vereda Way
1413 Casa Vereda Way
Redding, CA | North Shasta View
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1413 Casa Vereda Way Available 12/31/20 Lovely Home in Arroyo Manor!! - Spacious 2 bdrm; 2 bath home w/ central a/c and woodstove; approx. 1300 sq ft; oak cabinetry w/ lots of storage; R.V. Parking; 2- car garage; huge fenced backyard. Avail.
1 Unit Available
3616 Ricardo Ave
3616 Ricardo Avenue
Redding, CA | South Bechelli
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3616 Ricardo Ave, ***POOL*** lots of fresh paint and flooring. - This home is located in the enterprise area and has just received lots of new flooring and lots of fresh paint inside. Inside you will find a larger living room with a fireplace.
1 Unit Available
469 RIDGECREST TRAIL
469 Ridgecrest Trail
Redding, CA | North Hilltop
3 Bedrooms
$1,845
2300 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Large Condo with Views - Very Spacious Condo with Redding Views from 2 Decks! This Home has 2 Master Suites. Close to Hilltop River Trail Access. Shown by Appointment Only. No Pets Allowed (RLNE6234147)
1 Unit Available
2535 Freebridge Street
2535 Freebridge Street
Redding, CA | Parkview
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
950 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2 bedroom 2 bath home - Walking distance to the Sacramento River, fishing, neighborhood park, bike path, Redding Library, bus stop, stores and West Redding downtown.
1 Unit Available
151 Franciscan Trail
151 Franciscan Trail
Redding, CA | Columbia
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
1845 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
151 Franciscan Trail Available 12/29/20 151 Franciscan Trail - 55 & Over Community. - This home has been well cared for and is located in the Vineyards.
1 Unit Available
2367 SHINING STAR WAY
2367 Shining Star Way
Redding, CA | North Shasta View
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
!!RENT REDUCED!! Very Nice Clean Townhouse with EXTRAS - APPLY NOW! This 3 bedroom 2 and a half bath is located in a nice quiet subdivision in Northeast Redding.
1 Unit Available
1993 Carol Jean Court
1993 Carol Jean Court
Redding, CA | Starview
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1350 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1993 Carol Jean Court Available 12/23/20 Nice 3 bd/2ba home in Cul-De-Sac - This home is a new rental located on a cul-de-sac. It is a large corner lot that has a good sized front and backyard.
1 Unit Available
1104 A. St.
1104 A Street
Redding, CA | South Bechelli
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
927 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1104 A. St. Available 01/01/21 Three Bedroom Home - Centrally located home with 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, swamp cooler, large fenced backyard, 1 car garage with opener. Renters insurance required. Apply at hubbubproperties.
1 Unit Available
2005 Athens Ave
2005 Athens Avenue
Redding, CA | Kutras
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1450 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3 bedroom 1.5 bath home - 6 Month Lease No Pets Allowed (RLNE4195434)
1 Unit Available
1845 Mesa St
1845 Mesa Street
Redding, CA | Manzanita
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1144 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
1845 Mesa St Available 12/29/20 West Side Home - Built in 2017! - This 3 bedroom/2 bathroom home was constructed in 2017. There is a 2 car garage with opener, RV/boat parking & sod installed in front.
1 Unit Available
1958 S. Ridge Dr.
1958 South Ridge Drive
Redding, CA | Lema Ranch
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1500 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
Rental in well Established Neighborhood - Property Id: 276762 3 bdr. 2 bath home. Large open kitchen overlooking park like backyard and large covered patio. Storage shed in backyard. Located in well established quiet neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
2050 Athens Ave.
2050 Athens Avenue
Redding, CA | Kutras
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1480 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2050 Athens Ave. Available 06/08/20 Charming Three Bedroom, With BONUS room! - Charming Three bedroom with BONUS room, room is size of two car garage with two closets! Convenient Location, near freeway access and schools. Landscaping included.
1 Unit Available
617 Loma Vista Dr
617 Loma Vista Drive
Redding, CA | South Bechelli
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$1,549
1622 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
LARGE 4 BED/ 2 BATH HOME - LOCATED IN EAST REDDING - This spacious one story ranch style home features two fireplaces, carpet in the living room, hall and bedrooms, a large fenced yard and patio.
1 Unit Available
1549 Dana Dr
1549 Dana Drive
Redding, CA | Mt Shasta Mall
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
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1 Unit Available
1973 Salzburg Trail
1973 Salzburg Trail
Redding, CA | North Shasta View
4 Bedrooms
$1,900
1970 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Large Home in Gated Sonata Neighborhood - This home was built in 2008 and has 4 bd/3 ba, tankless hot water heater, spiral staircase, jack & jill bath, and 2 car attached garage.
1 Unit Available
444 Ridgecrest Trail 120
444 Ridgecrest Trail
Redding, CA | North Hilltop
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1369 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Ideal 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo Near Pool!! - This single-story, 2 bed/2 bath, 1369 sf condo with fireplace features great room opening to dining area, upscale tile and laminate flooring, mirror accents, built-ins, & ceiling fans.
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City Guide

Anderson
Anderson really knows how to let loose. For example, every year they have the Mosquito Serenade in July! No, it's not actually Mosquitos that are
Anderson really knows how to let loose. For example, every year they have the Mosquito Serenade in July! No, it's not actually Mosquitos that are

Anderson is a city in northern California that's just south of Redding and Mount Shasta. Only about 9,932 residents at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census live in this small city their home, and they have been handsomely rewarded with a gorgeous natural atmosphere, tons of parks, and the ability to travel north and south through California easily, thanks to the Interstate 5 nearby. Intrigued? Then start your apartment search in Anderson today.

Looking for a Rental in Anderson

The vacancy rate in this city is far below average, so it might be difficult to find apartment complexes or rental houses with vacancies right away. But, before you give up hope, know that one of the main reasons for this city's popularity is its inexpensive housing. More specifically, whether you want to rent or buy here, you will likely pay less than California's average for housing.

In fact, you will probably even pay less than the national average, which is pretty much unheard of in this state. So if you have always wanted to move to California but were afraid of what your wallet would say, now is the time to make that move to the West Coast! Just bring some proof that you have enough income to pay your rent every month. Look at everything from studio apartments for rent to serviced apartments that you previously assumed you couldn't afford.

Looking for a Rental in Anderson
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The vacancy rate in this city is far below average, so it might be difficult to find apartment complexes or rental houses with vacancies right away. But, before you give up hope, know that one of the main reasons for this city's popularity is its inexpensive housing. More specifically, whether you want to rent or buy here, you will likely pay less than California's average for housing.

In fact, you will probably even pay less than the national average, which is pretty much unheard of in this state. So if you have always wanted to move to California but were afraid of what your wallet would say, now is the time to make that move to the West Coast! Just bring some proof that you have enough income to pay your rent every month. Look at everything from studio apartments for rent to serviced apartments that you previously assumed you couldn't afford.

Neighborhoods in Anderson

If you plan to move to Anderson, it's good to check out the main neighborhoods you will see here. You should get an idea of the types of available housing, the points of interest nearby, and the general feel of each area.

Cloverdale / Olinda: This large neighborhood is on the western side of the city. It's rural, with lots of mobile homes and detached houses with plenty of land, which is probably why it's among the most expensive places in which to live in Anderson. Of course, with all that land comes plenty of greenery; this is where Volonte Park and Veterans Park are both located.

Route 273 / 3rd Street: This is slightly cheaper and slightly to the east, which is a common pattern in California. But it's also more walkable and suburban than the Cloverdale / Olinda area. There are still mostly mobile homes, detached houses, and a handful of apartment complexes here. This is also the location of the U.S. Post Office, Players Pizza, and several stores.

City Center: Now you're getting to the really walkable areas of the city. This is where you'll find a good mixture of apartment rentals, townhouses, and single-family homes. But there is also Shasta Outlets, which means you can walk to stores like Boot Barn, Vans, and Kitchen Collection to get some good deals. That's worth the price of your rent right there.

Deschutes Road / Balls Ferry Road: This is yet another suburban setting in this city, with plenty of housing options. It's on the east side of Interstate 5, just south of the Sacramento River and Anderson River Park. There are also lots of businesses here, ranging from a Safeway to a variety of hotels and medical offices.

Neighborhoods in Anderson
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If you plan to move to Anderson, it's good to check out the main neighborhoods you will see here. You should get an idea of the types of available housing, the points of interest nearby, and the general feel of each area.

Cloverdale / Olinda: This large neighborhood is on the western side of the city. It's rural, with lots of mobile homes and detached houses with plenty of land, which is probably why it's among the most expensive places in which to live in Anderson. Of course, with all that land comes plenty of greenery; this is where Volonte Park and Veterans Park are both located.

Route 273 / 3rd Street: This is slightly cheaper and slightly to the east, which is a common pattern in California. But it's also more walkable and suburban than the Cloverdale / Olinda area. There are still mostly mobile homes, detached houses, and a handful of apartment complexes here. This is also the location of the U.S. Post Office, Players Pizza, and several stores.

City Center: Now you're getting to the really walkable areas of the city. This is where you'll find a good mixture of apartment rentals, townhouses, and single-family homes. But there is also Shasta Outlets, which means you can walk to stores like Boot Barn, Vans, and Kitchen Collection to get some good deals. That's worth the price of your rent right there.

Deschutes Road / Balls Ferry Road: This is yet another suburban setting in this city, with plenty of housing options. It's on the east side of Interstate 5, just south of the Sacramento River and Anderson River Park. There are also lots of businesses here, ranging from a Safeway to a variety of hotels and medical offices.

Anderson Living

This is not your typical small suburb. Where else could you walk along the Sacramento River, hike Mount Shasta, or take a boat ride across Lake Shasta? These activities are pretty much limited to Anderson and the surrounding areas. You can also head out for a day of fun at the Shasta District Fair Grounds. The fair is held during the summer but, throughout the year, this location also hosts car races and festivals.

Of course, if being outdoors for the day is not really your thing, you can always stay inside and snag some deals at the Shasta Outlets. If that's not enough for you, take a short drive north on Interstate 5 to Redding so you can shop at Mt. Shasta Mall. Basically, there is a little something for everyone in Anderson!

Anderson Living
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This is not your typical small suburb. Where else could you walk along the Sacramento River, hike Mount Shasta, or take a boat ride across Lake Shasta? These activities are pretty much limited to Anderson and the surrounding areas. You can also head out for a day of fun at the Shasta District Fair Grounds. The fair is held during the summer but, throughout the year, this location also hosts car races and festivals.

Of course, if being outdoors for the day is not really your thing, you can always stay inside and snag some deals at the Shasta Outlets. If that's not enough for you, take a short drive north on Interstate 5 to Redding so you can shop at Mt. Shasta Mall. Basically, there is a little something for everyone in Anderson!

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Anderson
Anderson really knows how to let loose. For example, every year they have the Mosquito Serenade in July! No, it's not actually Mosquitos that are
Anderson really knows how to let loose. For example, every year they have the Mosquito Serenade in July! No, it's not actually Mosquitos that are

Anderson is a city in northern California that's just south of Redding and Mount Shasta. Only about 9,932 residents at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census live in this small city their home, and they have been handsomely rewarded with a gorgeous natural atmosphere, tons of parks, and the ability to travel north and south through California easily, thanks to the Interstate 5 nearby. Intrigued? Then start your apartment search in Anderson today.

Looking for a Rental in Anderson

The vacancy rate in this city is far below average, so it might be difficult to find apartment complexes or rental houses with vacancies right away. But, before you give up hope, know that one of the main reasons for this city's popularity is its inexpensive housing. More specifically, whether you want to rent or buy here, you will likely pay less than California's average for housing.

In fact, you will probably even pay less than the national average, which is pretty much unheard of in this state. So if you have always wanted to move to California but were afraid of what your wallet would say, now is the time to make that move to the West Coast! Just bring some proof that you have enough income to pay your rent every month. Look at everything from studio apartments for rent to serviced apartments that you previously assumed you couldn't afford.

Looking for a Rental in Anderson
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The vacancy rate in this city is far below average, so it might be difficult to find apartment complexes or rental houses with vacancies right away. But, before you give up hope, know that one of the main reasons for this city's popularity is its inexpensive housing. More specifically, whether you want to rent or buy here, you will likely pay less than California's average for housing.

In fact, you will probably even pay less than the national average, which is pretty much unheard of in this state. So if you have always wanted to move to California but were afraid of what your wallet would say, now is the time to make that move to the West Coast! Just bring some proof that you have enough income to pay your rent every month. Look at everything from studio apartments for rent to serviced apartments that you previously assumed you couldn't afford.

Neighborhoods in Anderson

If you plan to move to Anderson, it's good to check out the main neighborhoods you will see here. You should get an idea of the types of available housing, the points of interest nearby, and the general feel of each area.

Cloverdale / Olinda: This large neighborhood is on the western side of the city. It's rural, with lots of mobile homes and detached houses with plenty of land, which is probably why it's among the most expensive places in which to live in Anderson. Of course, with all that land comes plenty of greenery; this is where Volonte Park and Veterans Park are both located.

Route 273 / 3rd Street: This is slightly cheaper and slightly to the east, which is a common pattern in California. But it's also more walkable and suburban than the Cloverdale / Olinda area. There are still mostly mobile homes, detached houses, and a handful of apartment complexes here. This is also the location of the U.S. Post Office, Players Pizza, and several stores.

City Center: Now you're getting to the really walkable areas of the city. This is where you'll find a good mixture of apartment rentals, townhouses, and single-family homes. But there is also Shasta Outlets, which means you can walk to stores like Boot Barn, Vans, and Kitchen Collection to get some good deals. That's worth the price of your rent right there.

Deschutes Road / Balls Ferry Road: This is yet another suburban setting in this city, with plenty of housing options. It's on the east side of Interstate 5, just south of the Sacramento River and Anderson River Park. There are also lots of businesses here, ranging from a Safeway to a variety of hotels and medical offices.

Neighborhoods in Anderson
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If you plan to move to Anderson, it's good to check out the main neighborhoods you will see here. You should get an idea of the types of available housing, the points of interest nearby, and the general feel of each area.

Cloverdale / Olinda: This large neighborhood is on the western side of the city. It's rural, with lots of mobile homes and detached houses with plenty of land, which is probably why it's among the most expensive places in which to live in Anderson. Of course, with all that land comes plenty of greenery; this is where Volonte Park and Veterans Park are both located.

Route 273 / 3rd Street: This is slightly cheaper and slightly to the east, which is a common pattern in California. But it's also more walkable and suburban than the Cloverdale / Olinda area. There are still mostly mobile homes, detached houses, and a handful of apartment complexes here. This is also the location of the U.S. Post Office, Players Pizza, and several stores.

City Center: Now you're getting to the really walkable areas of the city. This is where you'll find a good mixture of apartment rentals, townhouses, and single-family homes. But there is also Shasta Outlets, which means you can walk to stores like Boot Barn, Vans, and Kitchen Collection to get some good deals. That's worth the price of your rent right there.

Deschutes Road / Balls Ferry Road: This is yet another suburban setting in this city, with plenty of housing options. It's on the east side of Interstate 5, just south of the Sacramento River and Anderson River Park. There are also lots of businesses here, ranging from a Safeway to a variety of hotels and medical offices.

Anderson Living

This is not your typical small suburb. Where else could you walk along the Sacramento River, hike Mount Shasta, or take a boat ride across Lake Shasta? These activities are pretty much limited to Anderson and the surrounding areas. You can also head out for a day of fun at the Shasta District Fair Grounds. The fair is held during the summer but, throughout the year, this location also hosts car races and festivals.

Of course, if being outdoors for the day is not really your thing, you can always stay inside and snag some deals at the Shasta Outlets. If that's not enough for you, take a short drive north on Interstate 5 to Redding so you can shop at Mt. Shasta Mall. Basically, there is a little something for everyone in Anderson!

Anderson Living
+

This is not your typical small suburb. Where else could you walk along the Sacramento River, hike Mount Shasta, or take a boat ride across Lake Shasta? These activities are pretty much limited to Anderson and the surrounding areas. You can also head out for a day of fun at the Shasta District Fair Grounds. The fair is held during the summer but, throughout the year, this location also hosts car races and festivals.

Of course, if being outdoors for the day is not really your thing, you can always stay inside and snag some deals at the Shasta Outlets. If that's not enough for you, take a short drive north on Interstate 5 to Redding so you can shop at Mt. Shasta Mall. Basically, there is a little something for everyone in Anderson!