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17 Apartments for rent in Auburn, CA

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140 Wescott Court
140 Wescott Court
Auburn, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1125 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:40 AM
Wow, contemporary home in Auburn, one not to miss! - Much sought after cul de sac home in Auburn, 3 bed, 2 bath, close to Downtown. Well cared for Contemporary home, including a whole house fan.
1 Unit Available
11091 Montana Drive
11091 Montana Drive
Auburn, CA | Woodland Estates
4 Bedrooms
$3,000
2775 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Beautiful Upscale Home - Beautiful home located in an upscale neighborhood that shows pride of ownership. Neighboring schools include Skyridge Elementary and Placer High. There is easy access to I-80 and Hwy 49.
1 Unit Available
1366 Vintage Way
1366 Vintage Way
Auburn, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,900
3344 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Incredible Custom Home in Vintage Oaks - Exquisite four bedroom, four bath custom home.
Results within 1 mile of Auburn
1 Unit Available
11700 Garnet Way, #3
11700 Garnet Way
North Auburn, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
922 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:40 AM
Gorgeous and updated in Auburn - Updated 2 bed, 1 bath , come and view this gorgeous condo updated condo, with use of 1 car garage. (RLNE6162978)
Results within 5 miles of Auburn
1 Unit Available
15260 Pear Valley Lane
15260 Pear Valley Lane
Placer County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1000 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:39 AM
15260 Pear Valley Lane Available 11/10/20 Large Mother Inlaw Unit on Huge Country Lot Coming Soon! - Incredible country living and only a few minutes from town and the freeway. Upstairs 2 bedroom unit rests on top of a large detached 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
440 Buena Vista Ave
440 Buena Vista Avenue
Newcastle, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,095
1433 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 07:29 AM
440 Buena Vista Ave.
1 Unit Available
10801 Joeger Rd.
10801 Joeger Road
Placer County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1025 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 11:58 AM
North Auburn - Nice remodeled North Auburn property. 2 bedroom 1 bath. New stainless steel appliances. Large laundry room. Large yard with private deck. Large detached shed for storage. Close to Park, shopping and schools. No pets accepted.
Results within 10 miles of Auburn
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5 Units Available
Garnet Creek
5002 Jewel St
Rocklin, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,285
1160 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 21 at 12:43 AM
Offering one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, this complex sits just feet from a green walking trail and offers beautiful amenities. Take advantage of apartment amenities like stainless steel appliances, high-end wood flooring and closets.
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2 Units Available
Rocklin Manor
5240 Rocklin Rd
Rocklin, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,548
606 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,777
810 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 12:43 AM
Rocklin Manor wants to continue offering the same level of customer service, however due to the impact of COVID-19, we will be adjusting how apartment tours are conducted.
1 Unit Available
5406 Havenhurst Circle
5406 Havenhurst Circle
Rocklin, CA | Secret Ravine - Sierra Bluffs
4 Bedrooms
$2,395
1630 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:40 AM
5406 Havenhurst Circle Available 12/16/20 - (RLNE6168474)
1 Unit Available
3900 Brace Ranch Road
3900 Brace Ranch Road
Loomis, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
2300 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:40 AM
STUNNING, CUSTOM HOME IN LOOMIS - AVAILABLE NOW! - Even the most discerning eye will be impressed by this well-planned, single story, 4 bedroom, 3 bath custom home on the Loomis/Rocklin border, conveniently located just off the freeway! Boasting
1 Unit Available
3405 Kensington Court
3405 Kensington Court
Rocklin, CA | Whitney Oaks
3 Bedrooms
$2,295
2277 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 06:42 AM
***PENDING*** 3405 Kensington Court, Rocklin Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms Plus Upstairs Loft Bathrooms: 3 SF: 2,277 Rent: $2,295/month Utilities: Tenants are responsible for power/gas/trash/water Pets: No Pets Appliances: Tenant needs their own
1 Unit Available
5706 Desert Mallow Street
5706 Desert Mallow Street
Rocklin, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,650
3447 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 06:24 PM
Beautiful home in great location! 4 bedroom home plus loft/game room upstairs. Full bedroom and bathroom downstairs. Open floor plan with neutral color scheme throughout. Located in City of Rocklin but mapped to Loomis/Del Oro school district.
1 Unit Available
4233 Silver Lupine Lane
4233 Silver Lupine Lane
Rocklin, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,850
2300 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Beautiful New One Story 3 Bedroom in Del Oro School Zone - Gorgeous new home in Rocklin near shopping, freeway access and great school district. This is a gorgeous 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car garage single story home in desirable Rocklin.
1 Unit Available
7217 Orchard Cir
7217 Orchard Circle
Penryn, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
2011 sqft
Last updated April 8 at 07:31 AM
Beautiful Penryn Townhome in a gated community within the Loomis Del Oro School Districts. Open floor plan, 10ft. ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplace, upgraded granite kitchen with island/dining bar. 4 bedroom* 3 bath.
1 Unit Available
4335 Lakebreeze Drive
4335 Lakebreeze Drive
Rocklin, CA | Mission Hills
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
2330 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Wonderful Rocklin 3bd/3ba Home with 3 Car Garage - This Wonderful 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home is located in Rocklin near Pacific Street & Americana Way. Close to schools, parks, shopping, freeway access, minutes from the Roseville Galleria.
1 Unit Available
4048 Coldwater Drive
4048 Coldwater Drive
Rocklin, CA | Whitney Oaks
2 Bedrooms
$2,450
1411 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
4048 Coldwater Drive Available 07/17/20 Springfield at Whitney Oaks 55+ Spectacular View Home - Thank you for your interest in 4048 Coldwater Drive- a beautiful home on the Whitney Oaks ridge! Furnished or unfurnished.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Auburn. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California State University-Sacramento, Sacramento City College, Sierra College, and William Jessup University.

City Guide

Auburn
"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean." -- John Muir, environmentalist
"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean." -- John Muir, environmentalist

There might not be gold left in the hills of Auburn, California, but drive through this historic California town at sunset on a warm summer evening and the golden light glinting from its historic county courthouse hints at its rich past and bright future. Auburn is a city comfortable with its place in California history -- it has a strong sense of place, a thriving community, and might be just the place for your next rental home.

Gateway to Gold Country

Auburn has been around longer than the state of California -- it was a boomtown, founded by a group on its way to the Coloma gold fields just up the road. By 1865, it claimed a place in history as the terminus of the first leg of the Transcontinental Railroad. Rich in both gold rush and indigenous people's history, Auburn is a living embodiment of the western spirit and the California dream.

With about 13,300 residents (as of the 2010 U.S. Census) in a roughly seven-square-mile area, Auburn strikes the right balance between peaceful foothill living and just the right amount of neighborly support. At an elevation of about 1,200 feet, Auburn gets some snow when the snow level dips sufficiently. It's a relatively easy drive along Interstate 80 to Donner Lake and Lake Tahoe and further on to Reno. Downhill, you'll find the Sacramento Valley, including major retail centers in Roseville and the state capitol in Sacramento. Amtrak and commuter bus lines serve the city, as do Sacramento and Reno International airports and the smaller Auburn Municipal Airport.

Moving to Auburn

Though you'll be in the hills, it's not all log cabins and mining shacks. Auburn offers a mix of townhomes, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and rental homes of every kind. There's not necessarily a lot of new build inventory, but you'll find communities with nice amenities all with easy access to the best the region has to offer.

Obviously, you'll want to come prepared with the usual arsenal of renters' docs like proof of income, credit history, references, deposit money -- so you can seal the deal as soon as you find your dream place. Oh, and you're in a forest that gets really hot sometimes -- the area has been subject to fires, so renters insurance is a great idea if you decide to plant roots and rent an apartment in Auburn. The greater Auburn area spills over city lines, here are some of the areas in and around Auburn you might want to consider:

North Auburn: This area is residential and suburban. You'll find traditional housing options in a community setting. This is foothill / mountainous living, so a car is usually necessary all around the Auburn area. This is the area to choose if you want to be close to your big box shopping needs -- all of the essentials are here and easily accessible from major roads

City Center: The heart of Auburn and home to Old Town Auburn, the City Center will offer some housing options with high historic value. Living close to the good stuff requires a bit of a premium, but it will be worth it to be able to walk to Auburn Ale House, Tio Pepe's Mexican Restaurant, or down to catch the farmers market on Saturdays.

Southern Auburn Area: Much like its neighbor in the north, this area is suburban with plenty of big trees and higher-elevation clean air. You'll find rental homes aplenty here. It lacks the retail center you find in the north, but that also means it lacks the traffic -- a great quiet choice still with easy access to the attractions in Old Town Auburn.

Moving to Auburn
+

Though you'll be in the hills, it's not all log cabins and mining shacks. Auburn offers a mix of townhomes, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and rental homes of every kind. There's not necessarily a lot of new build inventory, but you'll find communities with nice amenities all with easy access to the best the region has to offer.

Obviously, you'll want to come prepared with the usual arsenal of renters' docs like proof of income, credit history, references, deposit money -- so you can seal the deal as soon as you find your dream place. Oh, and you're in a forest that gets really hot sometimes -- the area has been subject to fires, so renters insurance is a great idea if you decide to plant roots and rent an apartment in Auburn. The greater Auburn area spills over city lines, here are some of the areas in and around Auburn you might want to consider:

North Auburn: This area is residential and suburban. You'll find traditional housing options in a community setting. This is foothill / mountainous living, so a car is usually necessary all around the Auburn area. This is the area to choose if you want to be close to your big box shopping needs -- all of the essentials are here and easily accessible from major roads

City Center: The heart of Auburn and home to Old Town Auburn, the City Center will offer some housing options with high historic value. Living close to the good stuff requires a bit of a premium, but it will be worth it to be able to walk to Auburn Ale House, Tio Pepe's Mexican Restaurant, or down to catch the farmers market on Saturdays.

Southern Auburn Area: Much like its neighbor in the north, this area is suburban with plenty of big trees and higher-elevation clean air. You'll find rental homes aplenty here. It lacks the retail center you find in the north, but that also means it lacks the traffic -- a great quiet choice still with easy access to the attractions in Old Town Auburn.

Living in Auburn

As you might have guessed, Auburn residents enjoy their natural surroundings quite a bit. So do the tourists who come to town to test their mettle in the "Endurance Capital of the World" at events like the fabled Western States Endurance Run and a host of other ultra-marathon type events (think 50-mile runs).

Of course, you're not required to wear your running shoes all of the time. The mountain air will encourage you to slow down and savor local life at the weekly farmers market, regular art walks, and maybe delve into local history with a historical walking tour. You'll find most of the action in Old Town Auburn -- the historic heart of Auburn. Summer brings "Movies Under The Stars" and one of the most Americana filled Independence Day celebrations you'll find anywhere.

History buffs will appreciate living close to the Gold Country Museum. Don't be surprised if you have the urge to grab a pie plate and hit the local rivers after a visit, just in case the 49ers missed anything. There's also the Placer County Historical Museum, lest you think it's only about the gold history here.

When you've spent too long indoors at the museums, flee to the many local city parks -- you'll appreciate their splash pools during the hot summer months. There's also the Auburn State Recreation Area, which covers 40 miles of the North and Middle Forks of the American River which flows from Tahoe all the way down to Sacramento. You'll find hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and yes, gold panning.

Living in Auburn
+

As you might have guessed, Auburn residents enjoy their natural surroundings quite a bit. So do the tourists who come to town to test their mettle in the "Endurance Capital of the World" at events like the fabled Western States Endurance Run and a host of other ultra-marathon type events (think 50-mile runs).

Of course, you're not required to wear your running shoes all of the time. The mountain air will encourage you to slow down and savor local life at the weekly farmers market, regular art walks, and maybe delve into local history with a historical walking tour. You'll find most of the action in Old Town Auburn -- the historic heart of Auburn. Summer brings "Movies Under The Stars" and one of the most Americana filled Independence Day celebrations you'll find anywhere.

History buffs will appreciate living close to the Gold Country Museum. Don't be surprised if you have the urge to grab a pie plate and hit the local rivers after a visit, just in case the 49ers missed anything. There's also the Placer County Historical Museum, lest you think it's only about the gold history here.

When you've spent too long indoors at the museums, flee to the many local city parks -- you'll appreciate their splash pools during the hot summer months. There's also the Auburn State Recreation Area, which covers 40 miles of the North and Middle Forks of the American River which flows from Tahoe all the way down to Sacramento. You'll find hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and yes, gold panning.

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City Guide

Auburn
"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean." -- John Muir, environmentalist
"Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean." -- John Muir, environmentalist

There might not be gold left in the hills of Auburn, California, but drive through this historic California town at sunset on a warm summer evening and the golden light glinting from its historic county courthouse hints at its rich past and bright future. Auburn is a city comfortable with its place in California history -- it has a strong sense of place, a thriving community, and might be just the place for your next rental home.

Gateway to Gold Country

Auburn has been around longer than the state of California -- it was a boomtown, founded by a group on its way to the Coloma gold fields just up the road. By 1865, it claimed a place in history as the terminus of the first leg of the Transcontinental Railroad. Rich in both gold rush and indigenous people's history, Auburn is a living embodiment of the western spirit and the California dream.

With about 13,300 residents (as of the 2010 U.S. Census) in a roughly seven-square-mile area, Auburn strikes the right balance between peaceful foothill living and just the right amount of neighborly support. At an elevation of about 1,200 feet, Auburn gets some snow when the snow level dips sufficiently. It's a relatively easy drive along Interstate 80 to Donner Lake and Lake Tahoe and further on to Reno. Downhill, you'll find the Sacramento Valley, including major retail centers in Roseville and the state capitol in Sacramento. Amtrak and commuter bus lines serve the city, as do Sacramento and Reno International airports and the smaller Auburn Municipal Airport.

Moving to Auburn

Though you'll be in the hills, it's not all log cabins and mining shacks. Auburn offers a mix of townhomes, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and rental homes of every kind. There's not necessarily a lot of new build inventory, but you'll find communities with nice amenities all with easy access to the best the region has to offer.

Obviously, you'll want to come prepared with the usual arsenal of renters' docs like proof of income, credit history, references, deposit money -- so you can seal the deal as soon as you find your dream place. Oh, and you're in a forest that gets really hot sometimes -- the area has been subject to fires, so renters insurance is a great idea if you decide to plant roots and rent an apartment in Auburn. The greater Auburn area spills over city lines, here are some of the areas in and around Auburn you might want to consider:

North Auburn: This area is residential and suburban. You'll find traditional housing options in a community setting. This is foothill / mountainous living, so a car is usually necessary all around the Auburn area. This is the area to choose if you want to be close to your big box shopping needs -- all of the essentials are here and easily accessible from major roads

City Center: The heart of Auburn and home to Old Town Auburn, the City Center will offer some housing options with high historic value. Living close to the good stuff requires a bit of a premium, but it will be worth it to be able to walk to Auburn Ale House, Tio Pepe's Mexican Restaurant, or down to catch the farmers market on Saturdays.

Southern Auburn Area: Much like its neighbor in the north, this area is suburban with plenty of big trees and higher-elevation clean air. You'll find rental homes aplenty here. It lacks the retail center you find in the north, but that also means it lacks the traffic -- a great quiet choice still with easy access to the attractions in Old Town Auburn.

Moving to Auburn
+

Though you'll be in the hills, it's not all log cabins and mining shacks. Auburn offers a mix of townhomes, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and rental homes of every kind. There's not necessarily a lot of new build inventory, but you'll find communities with nice amenities all with easy access to the best the region has to offer.

Obviously, you'll want to come prepared with the usual arsenal of renters' docs like proof of income, credit history, references, deposit money -- so you can seal the deal as soon as you find your dream place. Oh, and you're in a forest that gets really hot sometimes -- the area has been subject to fires, so renters insurance is a great idea if you decide to plant roots and rent an apartment in Auburn. The greater Auburn area spills over city lines, here are some of the areas in and around Auburn you might want to consider:

North Auburn: This area is residential and suburban. You'll find traditional housing options in a community setting. This is foothill / mountainous living, so a car is usually necessary all around the Auburn area. This is the area to choose if you want to be close to your big box shopping needs -- all of the essentials are here and easily accessible from major roads

City Center: The heart of Auburn and home to Old Town Auburn, the City Center will offer some housing options with high historic value. Living close to the good stuff requires a bit of a premium, but it will be worth it to be able to walk to Auburn Ale House, Tio Pepe's Mexican Restaurant, or down to catch the farmers market on Saturdays.

Southern Auburn Area: Much like its neighbor in the north, this area is suburban with plenty of big trees and higher-elevation clean air. You'll find rental homes aplenty here. It lacks the retail center you find in the north, but that also means it lacks the traffic -- a great quiet choice still with easy access to the attractions in Old Town Auburn.

Living in Auburn

As you might have guessed, Auburn residents enjoy their natural surroundings quite a bit. So do the tourists who come to town to test their mettle in the "Endurance Capital of the World" at events like the fabled Western States Endurance Run and a host of other ultra-marathon type events (think 50-mile runs).

Of course, you're not required to wear your running shoes all of the time. The mountain air will encourage you to slow down and savor local life at the weekly farmers market, regular art walks, and maybe delve into local history with a historical walking tour. You'll find most of the action in Old Town Auburn -- the historic heart of Auburn. Summer brings "Movies Under The Stars" and one of the most Americana filled Independence Day celebrations you'll find anywhere.

History buffs will appreciate living close to the Gold Country Museum. Don't be surprised if you have the urge to grab a pie plate and hit the local rivers after a visit, just in case the 49ers missed anything. There's also the Placer County Historical Museum, lest you think it's only about the gold history here.

When you've spent too long indoors at the museums, flee to the many local city parks -- you'll appreciate their splash pools during the hot summer months. There's also the Auburn State Recreation Area, which covers 40 miles of the North and Middle Forks of the American River which flows from Tahoe all the way down to Sacramento. You'll find hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and yes, gold panning.

Living in Auburn
+

As you might have guessed, Auburn residents enjoy their natural surroundings quite a bit. So do the tourists who come to town to test their mettle in the "Endurance Capital of the World" at events like the fabled Western States Endurance Run and a host of other ultra-marathon type events (think 50-mile runs).

Of course, you're not required to wear your running shoes all of the time. The mountain air will encourage you to slow down and savor local life at the weekly farmers market, regular art walks, and maybe delve into local history with a historical walking tour. You'll find most of the action in Old Town Auburn -- the historic heart of Auburn. Summer brings "Movies Under The Stars" and one of the most Americana filled Independence Day celebrations you'll find anywhere.

History buffs will appreciate living close to the Gold Country Museum. Don't be surprised if you have the urge to grab a pie plate and hit the local rivers after a visit, just in case the 49ers missed anything. There's also the Placer County Historical Museum, lest you think it's only about the gold history here.

When you've spent too long indoors at the museums, flee to the many local city parks -- you'll appreciate their splash pools during the hot summer months. There's also the Auburn State Recreation Area, which covers 40 miles of the North and Middle Forks of the American River which flows from Tahoe all the way down to Sacramento. You'll find hiking, boating, fishing, camping, and yes, gold panning.