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159 apartments for rent near Bonita, CA

3605 Dawsonia St
Bonita
3 Bed
$2,300
2920 Briarwood Rd. #I4
Bonita
2 Bed
$1,595
3449 Wallace Dr
Bonita
4 Bed
$4,995
3718 Wild Oats Lane
Bonita
4 Bed
$2,800
5203 Matisse Lane
Bonita
3 Bed
$2,450
4637 Villas Pl
Bonita
3 Bed
$2,300
3165 Casa Bonita
Bonita
4 Bed
$2,700
Results within 1 miles of Bonita, CA
Park Bonita Apartments
3511 Valley Rd
1 Bed
$1,571
2 Bed
$1,742
Terra Nova Villas
440 E H St
1 Bed
$1,575
2 Bed
$1,740
475 4th
Central Chula Vista
2 Bed
$1,300
423 Church Avenue
Central Chula Vista
1 Bed
$950
7312 Tooma St #254
Bay Terraces
3 Bed
$2,150
2027 Lakeridge Circle
San Miguel Ranch
2 Bed
$1,750
437 Corte Calypso
San Miguel Ranch
4 Bed
$3,095
6686 Omega Drive
Bay Terraces
3 Bed
$1,895
1044 Abeto
Rancho - Del Rey
5 Bed
$4,500
443 Avenida Mantilla
San Miguel Ranch
5 Bed
$3,195
2173 Corte Anacapa
San Miguel Ranch
5 Bed
$3,500
835 Stanford Ave
Chula Vista
4 Bed
$2,600
1309 PERLAS COURT
Bonita Long Canyon
4 Bed
$2,850
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City Guide
Bonita
Moving to Bonita

If you're going to look for an apartment complex in Bonita, you should consider starting a housing search. The first step in that search would be to prepare a rental application! Rental applications basically prove to your potential landlord that you're going to be a great tenant. Being a great tenant means not only paying your rent on time, but also being a great neighbor and taking care of their buildings! To prove how awesome you are, gather up your bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, IDs, and maybe even some letters of reference. These things will assure a potential landlord via your leasing application that he can trust you as a renter. If you're worried at all about qualifying financially for a home for rent in Bonita, consider renting with a guarantor. A guarantor can guarantee your home financially, and if something ever happens to it that you can't afford to pay for, the landlord will know that there is someone there who will be able to foot the bill. Consider asking a close friend or family member!

If you're planning to start your search soon, go for it. Bonita has nice warm, sunny weather all year round, so you don't need to plan your housing search around the seasons. You won't even have to bring a jacket if you're looking for places during the winter months, so grab your tank top and head to California!

Neighborhoods in Bonita

Bonita's a pretty small place in the San Diego area, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its own neighborhoods. The city has plenty of individual areas with different character, and doing your research about each can ensure that you're going to end up living in an area that suits your wants and needs. Want to know more about neighborhoods in Bonita? Check out the helpful list below.

Western Bonita: Western Bonita is the part of town that's closest to San Diego proper, so it's a great spot for commuters to consider. The area is mostly residential, so there are lots of homes to choose from. It's also located right along I-805, so the commute into the city is easy and convenient. On Bonita Road in the western part of town, there are some nice restaurants and stores to visit; residents frequent favorites like Jalisco Caf, Ono's Caf, and Romesco Mexiterranean Bistro.

Eastern Bonita: This part of Bonita might be considered more scenic than the other part of town. That's because it's adjacent to the Sweetwater Reservoir, Rohr Park, and Chula Vista Golf Course. Expect to find mostly homes in this area, although there are some dining options here too. Hans & Harry's Bakery is a favorite with residents; it's a great place to go to get your morning coffee and some of their world famous strudel.

Living in Bonita

Bonita residents enjoy the great outdoors. It's an important part of life and culture here, so if you're afraid of nature, this might not be the best place for you. If you do like animals and trees, though, you'll feel right at home in this San Diego suburb. The weather is warm all year round here, and equestrianism is a huge part of life. There are horse-riding trails throughout the Lower Sweetwater Valley in the eastern part of town, and there are trails that connect to the town center itself. It's not rare to see people riding into town on their horses, and many people keep their own barns and horses! You don't have to ride your horse through the city, though, you can enjoy one of the many parks in town, too. Parks in the city include Rohr Park, Sweetwater Regional Park, Sweetwater County Park, Sweetwater Reservoir Riding and Hiking Trail, Bonita Golf Course, and Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course. If you want to get into San Diego, of course, you can do that, too. But for that you'll need a car; it'll be best to leave your horse at home.