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77 apartments for rent near Burlingame, CA

Northpark
1080 Carolan Ave
Studio
$2,135
1 Bed
$2,356
2 Bed
$3,610
Skyline Terrace
3133 Frontera Way
1 Bed
$2,700
2 Bed
$3,485
3 Bed
$4,193
888 San Mateo
888 N San Mateo Dr
Studio
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1 Bed
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2 Bed
$4,237
2917 Adeline Dr
Burlingame Hills
3 Bed
$5,500
9 Bancroft Road
Lyon Hoag
3 Bed
$5,000
751 Winchester Drive
Oak Grove Manor
3 Bed
$6,300
Albemarle Way
Burlingame Gate
4 Bed
$8,000
Results within 1 miles of Burlingame, CA
419 Midway AVE
San Mateo Park
4 Bed
$7,000
705 Hemlock # 3
Millbrae
2 Bed
$2,995
16 Shamrock CT
Millbrae
2 Bed
$2,900
267 Aviador Avenue
Millbrae
3 Bed
$3,950
10 Mounds RD 1C
Baywood - Aragon
2 Bed
$3,700
15 Corte Nueva
Millbrae
4 Bed
$5,000
27 Hermosa Ave
Millbrae
2 Bed
$2,800
270 Sebastian DR
Millbrae
4 Bed
$6,500
625 Prospect ROW
North Central
3 Bed
$4,300
845 N Humboldt St #303
North Central
1 Bed
$2,995
Results within 5 miles of Burlingame, CA
Lagoons
707 Bounty Dr
Studio
$2,455
1 Bed
$2,720
2 Bed
$3,342
Avalon San Bruno
1099 Admiral Ct
1 Bed
$2,555
2 Bed
$3,435
3 Bed
$4,315
Park Place at San Mateo
1101 Park Pl
1 Bed
$2,744
2 Bed
$3,452
3 Bed
$4,233
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City Guide
Burlingame
Get Cozy

The weather here is worth remarking upon. Northern California can really range when it comes to climate, especially in places like Sausalito and San Francisco. But Burlingame enjoys sunny days and temperate climates with just a touch of humidity from the bay it butts up against. Sure, the rainy season can be a wash (get it?!) but thats why there are so many lush trees and green spaces. Its gotta come from somewhere.

Lifestyle

The only real downside to Burlingame and its many treasures is the cost of living. But you knew any place with charming homes, easy access to a major city, airport and sea, and fine weather was gonna be pricey, right? Luckily, renters don't feel the squeeze like owners do, and there are options all over the city from which to choose, including those historic homes.

There are oodles of independent shops and restaurants featuring a broad variety of cultures and cuisines. Public transportation is relatively close by (you'll have to drive into next door Millbrae to hop the BART, but close by Cal-Train runs on the weekends).

Neighborhoods

There are roughly 13 neighborhoods in Burlingame, but here is a selection of the most popular areas to consider. None of them are bad choices, fantastically, but some do offer unique amenities that suit different types.

Mills Estates/Burlingame Hills: These are actually two neighborhoods, but they're roughly equivalent (and next to each other). With great vacancy rates.

Ingold-Milldale: Just one neighborhood, and its definitely on the cheaper end for this area. But that doesn't mean it suffers from any deficit. Its especially walkable, has a historic section and is right on the water for that nautical feel. Low vacancy rate means you need to plan ahead, though.

Easton Addition: This is a place for owners, mostly. It's pedestrian friendly with many gorgeous historic homes.

Oak Grover Manor: This place has gobs of studios and one-bedroom apartments. Its also on the water, which means its walkable and historic, too. Low vacancy rates, like 2.5 percent, so plan to search for at least two months.

Burlingame Terrace: Another reasonably priced area, but its got a high vacancy rate for those getting frustrated, and it has all those nice older homes and nearby amenities you like.

Downtown: This is the cheapest area. Need a studio or one bedroom apartment? There are more here than nearly anywhere, in high rise buildings that make up the whole of the district. Plus, a short commute and high vacancies!

Burlingame is undeniably a fabulous place to park for a few years or a lifetime. Its lovely, with Eucalyptus trees, fine weather and that charming seaside atmosphere the bay area is known for. Though vacancy can be a problem in some areas, thats really the only issue. Head on over to Burlingame and check it out for yourself!