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33 Apartments for rent in Carpinteria, CA

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1415 Begonia Drive
1415 Begonia Place
Carpinteria, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,900
1352 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Carpinteria Beach Home - Beautiful 4-bedroom 2 bath Carpinteria home on a quiet cul-de-sac street only minutes away from shops, local eateries, and the beach! This home is full of charm with an added personal touch.
1 Unit Available
1445 Camellia Circle
1445 Camelia Circle
Carpinteria, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
1537 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1445 Camellia Circle Available 12/10/20 Carpinteria 4 Bedroom Home - Available December - • 4 Bedrooms • 2 Bathrooms • Fireplace • Dishwasher • Garage • Washer/Dryer Hook-ups • Fenced Yard • One Year Lease • NO Co-Signers • Pets Considered with
1 Unit Available
4658 9th Street
4658 9th Street
Carpinteria, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,200
1617 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Beautiful 3/2 Downtown Carpinteria Home! New flooring and pet friendly! - This house has all the amenities you want in a rental! This spacious 3 bedroom 2.
1 Unit Available
4885 Sandyland Road
4885 Sandyland Road
Carpinteria, CA
3 Bedrooms
$15,000
1780 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
Oceanfront Condo in Carpinteria w/ ocean, island, & coastline views - Snowbird's paradise found at the ''World's Safest Beach''. Minimum 30 day rental req'd per HOA. 3 Bedrooms with 3 baths, 2 ensuite.
1 Unit Available
4700 Sandyland Rd
4700 Sandyland Road
Carpinteria, CA
2 Bedrooms
$5,500
828 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
Furnished vacation rental, right across street from the beach. Walk to downtown Carpinteria. Weekly & monthly rentals. Summer is 7 night rentals only @ $2800-3000 + tax and fees. Fall/Winter/Spring Monthly is $5000-5500 + fees.
1 Unit Available
4406 Catlin Cir
4406 Catlin Circle
Carpinteria, CA
3 Bedrooms
$3,850
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
MOVE RIGHT IN! Turnkey 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home, remodeled in 2018. South facing with natural light and spacious rooms. One bedroom and full bath is on ground floor, and both upstairs bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and walk-in closets.
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1 Unit Available
2937 Padaro Lane
2937 Padaro Ln
Toro Canyon, CA
3 Bedrooms
$39,500
2514 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:20 AM
Beautiful, clean, quiet beachfront estate with its' very own private beach and gated entrance on the ultra exclusive Padaro Lane. The home has 3 bedrooms with full bathrooms but can accommodate many more comfortably.
1 Unit Available
2 Rincon Point Ln
2 Rincon Point Lane
Santa Barbara County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$15,000
2747 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
If your travel is restricted and you are looking for the perfect getaway, this is a great option for you for peace and solitude. Current availability:Available to book January 4th-10th, January 20th and beyond.
1 Unit Available
191 Rincon Point Rd
191 Rincon Point Road
Santa Barbara County, CA
4 Bedrooms
$25,000
2224 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
Current availability: November 16th-19th, November 28th-December 14th, December 17th-December 22nd, January 5th and beyond. All other summer 2020 dates are booked.
1 Unit Available
8108 Puesta Del Sol
8108 Puesta Del Sol
Ventura County, CA
4 Bedrooms
$35,000
3477 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
*This home will be available again in December 2021. Please inquire regarding availability after December 2021.
1 Unit Available
3545 Padaro Ln
3545 Padaro Lane
Toro Canyon, CA
3 Bedrooms
$55,000
2108 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
*Current availability: November 19th-22nd, November 28th-December 19th, December 23rd-26th, or after January 2nd, 2021.
1 Unit Available
181 Rincon Point
181 Rincon Point Road
Santa Barbara County, CA
4 Bedrooms
$5,000
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
(((($5000 Weekly Price! )))) Beautiful Vacation Home overlooking Rincon Beach, Four bedrooms, sleeps 6, family room, living room, ocean view enclosed dining deck and patio sun areas in garden setting. Spa and outside shower, easy beachaccess.
1 Unit Available
8133 Puesta Del Sol
8133 Puesta Del Sol
Ventura County, CA
5 Bedrooms
$35,000
4100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
*Current availability: November 28th-December 4th, January 6th-February 13th, February 20th and beyond.
1 Unit Available
635 Sand Point Rd
635 Sand Point Road
Santa Barbara County, CA
4 Bedrooms
$14,900
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
((Available Dec 2020 - January 2021))19,500 June-August rest of the time $14,900 This classic traditional ocean side residence is where elegance embraces the relaxed beach front lifestyle.
Results within 5 miles of Carpinteria
1 Unit Available
2304 Varley Street
2304 Varley Street
Summerland, CA
2 Bedrooms
$6,450
664 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Summerland - "The Little Yellow House" 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom - Words can’t fully describe it; you just know when you’ve found your “happy place.
1 Unit Available
2470 Banner Ave
2470 Banner Avenue
Summerland, CA
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
Summerland Hillside Cottage available for a long-term lease, either furnished or unfurnished. This property has expansive Pacific Ocean and Island views. Two-bedrooms, one full bath, updated kitchen with all appliances included and skylight.
1 Unit Available
2049 Boundary Dr
2049 Boundary Drive
Montecito, CA
4 Bedrooms
$23,950
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
Rare opportunity to live in a brand new French Country-style home. Located in Birnam Wood's prestigious gated community, sits this 4 bedroom / 4.5 bathroom masterpiece.
1 Unit Available
2525 Banner Ave
2525 Banner Avenue
Summerland, CA
1 Bedroom
$3,600
640 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:19 AM
AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 2021. The perfect FURNISHED MONTHLY one bedroom/ one bath rental for business, relocation, or vacation.
1 Unit Available
2315 Varley Street
2315 Varley Street
Summerland, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,650
528 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
2315 Varley Street Available 06/01/20 Sweetest one bedroom one bath in Summerland! Lots of extras:) - You will be fully charmed by this beautifully quaint; free standing, one bedroom one bathroom in the wonderful community of Summerland.
Results within 10 miles of Carpinteria
1 Unit Available
1226 Carpinteria St.
1226 Carpinteria Street
Santa Barbara, CA | Eastside
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
1540 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Cute Single Level 3 Bed 2 Bath home in Santa Barbara - SANTA BARBARA CA...Single Level 3 Bed 2 Bath. This Home Features; Fenced yard, gas fireplace and dual-pane windows throughout.
1 Unit Available
5356 Rincon Beach Park Drive
5356 Rincon Beach Park Drive
Ventura County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$12,000
2319 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Fully-Furnished - MONTHLY RENTAL – Ocean Front - Beach House! - Welcome to Ventura’s exclusive Seacliff Beach Colony. Enjoy breathtaking ocean and island views, refreshing ocean air, uncrowded beaches, surfing, kayaking, fishing and sunset BBQ’s.
1 Unit Available
1519 E Valley Rd Unit A
1519 East Valley Road
Montecito, CA
2 Bedrooms
$5,400
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1519 E Valley Rd Unit A Available 12/11/20 Great Montecito Gem! Two bedroom condo w/ 2-car garage! - Unit is currently occupied, showings can be scheduled after they vacate starting Dec 7th.
1 Unit Available
226 Por La Mar Circle
226 Por La Mar Circle
Santa Barbara, CA | East Beach
1 Bedroom
$2,900
700 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
226 Por La Mar Circle Available 01/01/21 Beautiful South facing unit at the incredible El Escorial! Santa Barbara:) UNFURNISHED~ - Be one of the luck residents to call El Escorial Villas home.
1 Unit Available
69 Seaview Drive
69 Seaview Drive
Montecito, CA
2 Bedrooms
$5,400
1731 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
69 Seaview Drive Available 01/18/21 Wonderful Top Floor Unit at the Incredible Montecito Shores!...Montecito - Be the lucky first time tenant at this newly remodeled top floor gem! This wonderfully spacious unit has updated kitchen and bathrooms.
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Apartment Rentals in Carpinteria start at $3,100/month.
How much is rent in Carpinteria?
Apartment Rentals in Carpinteria start at $3,100/month.
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While some Carpinteria properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Carpinteria properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Carpinteria. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of California-Santa Barbara, Ventura College, California State University-Channel Islands, and Oxnard College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Carpinteria. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of California-Santa Barbara, Ventura College, California State University-Channel Islands, and Oxnard College.

City Guide

Carpinteria
Carpinteria, or Carp, as the locals call it, is the home to Rincon Beach. The beach attracts plenty of interest from the national and international surfing fraternity, as it represents the top of the league when it comes to California's best spots for surfing.
Carpinteria, or Carp, as the locals call it, is the home to Rincon Beach. The beach attracts plenty of interest from the national and international surfing fraternity, as it represents the top of the league when it comes to California's best spots for surfing.

The city of Carpinteria is located by the ocean in southeastern Santa Barbara County, California. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population stood at just over 13,000. The region enjoys warm, dry summers where the average high temperature rarely exceeds 72 degrees. The Kppen Climate Classification system describes the climate of Carpinteria as being warm-summer Mediterranean. Winter lows tend to be around 43 degrees. Carpinteria Beach offers strong surfing swells. From May through September, seals and sea lions frequent the nearby Carpinteria Buffs, where it's also possible to spot the occasional gray whale.

Moving to Carpinteria

How much will it cost?

The cost of living in Carpinteria is a little higher than that of the Californian average and is vastly greater in comparison to the national average. Oddly however, and the good news is, if you're a pizza lover, the cost of pizza is a sizable slice lower than the national average price of pizza.

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least six weeks to relocate to a rental in Carpinteria. Although there are very few rental apartments available, the demand for rental housing is high, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream place so as not to let it slip from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're checking the area for places to live. Prospective tenants should be able to proffer references, proof of current employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in the best position to seal the deal with landlords who can be very particular in this high-demand market.

Moving to Carpinteria
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How much will it cost?

The cost of living in Carpinteria is a little higher than that of the Californian average and is vastly greater in comparison to the national average. Oddly however, and the good news is, if you're a pizza lover, the cost of pizza is a sizable slice lower than the national average price of pizza.

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least six weeks to relocate to a rental in Carpinteria. Although there are very few rental apartments available, the demand for rental housing is high, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream place so as not to let it slip from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're checking the area for places to live. Prospective tenants should be able to proffer references, proof of current employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in the best position to seal the deal with landlords who can be very particular in this high-demand market.

Places to Live in Carpinteria

There's a goodly array of rentals available in Carpinteria, albeit, there are not so many apartments for rent. Thus, if you're in the market for a rental house, it's merely a matter of taking the time to search out the one that's the most appealing to you. Nevertheless, as mentioned, do not be tempted to sit back twiddling your thumbs when you do find a dwelling. Instead, place that deposit firmly on the table in order not to miss out on the jackpot accommodation!

Carpinteria Ave: Located close to beaches and the charming Carpinteria downtown area, Carpinteria Avenue makes for a sought-after part of the city for rental houses. Local amenities within easy walking distance are good too. There are seven restaurants, two gas stations, and a couple of grocery stores to boot!

Birch Street: Conveniently situated for commuting to Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Ventura, Birch Street is a desirable location for those who are looking for a home for rent. The local amenities are not exactly going to bowl you over, but there is a single restaurant within easy walking distance for folks who prefer the dining-out option.

8th Street: 8th Street in Carpinteria makes for a nicely tranquil setting. There's easy access to the beach and to the local shopping area. In all, there are two grocery stores, two gas stations, a bank, and some 20 restaurants situated very close by. Residents of 8th Street are spoiled for choice!

Gobernador Canyon Rd: Within a beautiful country setting and with views overlooking the mountains in the distance, Gobernador Canyon Road makes for a particularly peaceful and private residential area. Three minutes' drive and you can reach the freeway. Four minutes, and you're at the oceanfront. A car is a must however as there are no amenities in the immediate vicinity.

Casitas Pass Rd: Situated near the foothills of Carpinteria, bordered by the rugged Santa Ynez Mountains, and overlooking acre upon acre of avocado fields, Casitas Pass Road is undoubtedly an utterly idyllic scenario for a rental property! Again, the ownership of a car is without question a necessity as there are no local amenities within a country mile.

Places to Live in Carpinteria
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There's a goodly array of rentals available in Carpinteria, albeit, there are not so many apartments for rent. Thus, if you're in the market for a rental house, it's merely a matter of taking the time to search out the one that's the most appealing to you. Nevertheless, as mentioned, do not be tempted to sit back twiddling your thumbs when you do find a dwelling. Instead, place that deposit firmly on the table in order not to miss out on the jackpot accommodation!

Carpinteria Ave: Located close to beaches and the charming Carpinteria downtown area, Carpinteria Avenue makes for a sought-after part of the city for rental houses. Local amenities within easy walking distance are good too. There are seven restaurants, two gas stations, and a couple of grocery stores to boot!

Birch Street: Conveniently situated for commuting to Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Ventura, Birch Street is a desirable location for those who are looking for a home for rent. The local amenities are not exactly going to bowl you over, but there is a single restaurant within easy walking distance for folks who prefer the dining-out option.

8th Street: 8th Street in Carpinteria makes for a nicely tranquil setting. There's easy access to the beach and to the local shopping area. In all, there are two grocery stores, two gas stations, a bank, and some 20 restaurants situated very close by. Residents of 8th Street are spoiled for choice!

Gobernador Canyon Rd: Within a beautiful country setting and with views overlooking the mountains in the distance, Gobernador Canyon Road makes for a particularly peaceful and private residential area. Three minutes' drive and you can reach the freeway. Four minutes, and you're at the oceanfront. A car is a must however as there are no amenities in the immediate vicinity.

Casitas Pass Rd: Situated near the foothills of Carpinteria, bordered by the rugged Santa Ynez Mountains, and overlooking acre upon acre of avocado fields, Casitas Pass Road is undoubtedly an utterly idyllic scenario for a rental property! Again, the ownership of a car is without question a necessity as there are no local amenities within a country mile.

Life in Carpinteria

Getting Around

SR 150 runs from Santa Paula, through Carpinteria, and onwards to U.S. Route 101, which is near Ventura / Santa Barbara County line. The nearest train station to central Carpinteria is at 5th St & Linden Ave, just 0.3 miles from the city center. The closest regional airport is Santa Barbara Municipal Airport at Firestone Rd., some 18 miles away from the city's center. Los Angeles International Airport is located 85 miles from Carpinteria.

Keeping Busy

How do folks who reside in Carpinteria keep themselves busy? Well, one of the obvious choices for surfers is to make a beeline for Rincon Beach in order to catch some big wave action. Otherwise however, Carpinteria State Beach is a superb spot for sunbathing, camping, picnicking, and also for bird watching. The beach received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2013. It's also rated as one of the safest beaches in the country. Seaside Gardens offers a plethora of trees and shrubbery, including fruit trees, succulents, and shade lovers. The staff is thoroughly knowledgeable and for folks looking for ideas with respect to their own garden, you'll probably be fortunate to find some nuggets of gold here! Carpinteria Harbor Seal Reserve and Rookery at the Ballard exit is an excellent experience which should not be missed by those who enjoy witnessing wildlife, and in this case, specifically seals and sea lions. The best time to visit is May through September, but other visiting times will probably do you nicely too. All this talk about the outdoor life has probably invited an appetite. As such, it's time to talk food! Padaro Beach Grill Restaurant located on the interestingly named Santa Claus Lane offers American fare and seafood aplenty! Sizeable portions, friendly staff, and great prices - can't get much better than that! Corktree Cellars Wine Bar and Bistro Restaurant on Linden Ave serves up great wine together with great food. Island Brewing Co. on 6th Street is, as you'd perhaps imagine, a microbrewery offering a variety of award-winning ales to its' lucky patrons. There's no mass-produced stuff here - it's all delightfully handcrafted.

Life in Carpinteria
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Getting Around

SR 150 runs from Santa Paula, through Carpinteria, and onwards to U.S. Route 101, which is near Ventura / Santa Barbara County line. The nearest train station to central Carpinteria is at 5th St & Linden Ave, just 0.3 miles from the city center. The closest regional airport is Santa Barbara Municipal Airport at Firestone Rd., some 18 miles away from the city's center. Los Angeles International Airport is located 85 miles from Carpinteria.

Keeping Busy

How do folks who reside in Carpinteria keep themselves busy? Well, one of the obvious choices for surfers is to make a beeline for Rincon Beach in order to catch some big wave action. Otherwise however, Carpinteria State Beach is a superb spot for sunbathing, camping, picnicking, and also for bird watching. The beach received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2013. It's also rated as one of the safest beaches in the country. Seaside Gardens offers a plethora of trees and shrubbery, including fruit trees, succulents, and shade lovers. The staff is thoroughly knowledgeable and for folks looking for ideas with respect to their own garden, you'll probably be fortunate to find some nuggets of gold here! Carpinteria Harbor Seal Reserve and Rookery at the Ballard exit is an excellent experience which should not be missed by those who enjoy witnessing wildlife, and in this case, specifically seals and sea lions. The best time to visit is May through September, but other visiting times will probably do you nicely too. All this talk about the outdoor life has probably invited an appetite. As such, it's time to talk food! Padaro Beach Grill Restaurant located on the interestingly named Santa Claus Lane offers American fare and seafood aplenty! Sizeable portions, friendly staff, and great prices - can't get much better than that! Corktree Cellars Wine Bar and Bistro Restaurant on Linden Ave serves up great wine together with great food. Island Brewing Co. on 6th Street is, as you'd perhaps imagine, a microbrewery offering a variety of award-winning ales to its' lucky patrons. There's no mass-produced stuff here - it's all delightfully handcrafted.

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City Guide

Carpinteria
Carpinteria, or Carp, as the locals call it, is the home to Rincon Beach. The beach attracts plenty of interest from the national and international surfing fraternity, as it represents the top of the league when it comes to California's best spots for surfing.
Carpinteria, or Carp, as the locals call it, is the home to Rincon Beach. The beach attracts plenty of interest from the national and international surfing fraternity, as it represents the top of the league when it comes to California's best spots for surfing.

The city of Carpinteria is located by the ocean in southeastern Santa Barbara County, California. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population stood at just over 13,000. The region enjoys warm, dry summers where the average high temperature rarely exceeds 72 degrees. The Kppen Climate Classification system describes the climate of Carpinteria as being warm-summer Mediterranean. Winter lows tend to be around 43 degrees. Carpinteria Beach offers strong surfing swells. From May through September, seals and sea lions frequent the nearby Carpinteria Buffs, where it's also possible to spot the occasional gray whale.

Moving to Carpinteria

How much will it cost?

The cost of living in Carpinteria is a little higher than that of the Californian average and is vastly greater in comparison to the national average. Oddly however, and the good news is, if you're a pizza lover, the cost of pizza is a sizable slice lower than the national average price of pizza.

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least six weeks to relocate to a rental in Carpinteria. Although there are very few rental apartments available, the demand for rental housing is high, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream place so as not to let it slip from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're checking the area for places to live. Prospective tenants should be able to proffer references, proof of current employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in the best position to seal the deal with landlords who can be very particular in this high-demand market.

Moving to Carpinteria
+

How much will it cost?

The cost of living in Carpinteria is a little higher than that of the Californian average and is vastly greater in comparison to the national average. Oddly however, and the good news is, if you're a pizza lover, the cost of pizza is a sizable slice lower than the national average price of pizza.

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least six weeks to relocate to a rental in Carpinteria. Although there are very few rental apartments available, the demand for rental housing is high, so come prepared to place a deposit on your dream place so as not to let it slip from your grasp.

What You Need

It's wise to have the typical renter's arsenal readily at your disposal when you're checking the area for places to live. Prospective tenants should be able to proffer references, proof of current employment and income, as well as the aforementioned deposit to be in the best position to seal the deal with landlords who can be very particular in this high-demand market.

Places to Live in Carpinteria

There's a goodly array of rentals available in Carpinteria, albeit, there are not so many apartments for rent. Thus, if you're in the market for a rental house, it's merely a matter of taking the time to search out the one that's the most appealing to you. Nevertheless, as mentioned, do not be tempted to sit back twiddling your thumbs when you do find a dwelling. Instead, place that deposit firmly on the table in order not to miss out on the jackpot accommodation!

Carpinteria Ave: Located close to beaches and the charming Carpinteria downtown area, Carpinteria Avenue makes for a sought-after part of the city for rental houses. Local amenities within easy walking distance are good too. There are seven restaurants, two gas stations, and a couple of grocery stores to boot!

Birch Street: Conveniently situated for commuting to Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Ventura, Birch Street is a desirable location for those who are looking for a home for rent. The local amenities are not exactly going to bowl you over, but there is a single restaurant within easy walking distance for folks who prefer the dining-out option.

8th Street: 8th Street in Carpinteria makes for a nicely tranquil setting. There's easy access to the beach and to the local shopping area. In all, there are two grocery stores, two gas stations, a bank, and some 20 restaurants situated very close by. Residents of 8th Street are spoiled for choice!

Gobernador Canyon Rd: Within a beautiful country setting and with views overlooking the mountains in the distance, Gobernador Canyon Road makes for a particularly peaceful and private residential area. Three minutes' drive and you can reach the freeway. Four minutes, and you're at the oceanfront. A car is a must however as there are no amenities in the immediate vicinity.

Casitas Pass Rd: Situated near the foothills of Carpinteria, bordered by the rugged Santa Ynez Mountains, and overlooking acre upon acre of avocado fields, Casitas Pass Road is undoubtedly an utterly idyllic scenario for a rental property! Again, the ownership of a car is without question a necessity as there are no local amenities within a country mile.

Places to Live in Carpinteria
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There's a goodly array of rentals available in Carpinteria, albeit, there are not so many apartments for rent. Thus, if you're in the market for a rental house, it's merely a matter of taking the time to search out the one that's the most appealing to you. Nevertheless, as mentioned, do not be tempted to sit back twiddling your thumbs when you do find a dwelling. Instead, place that deposit firmly on the table in order not to miss out on the jackpot accommodation!

Carpinteria Ave: Located close to beaches and the charming Carpinteria downtown area, Carpinteria Avenue makes for a sought-after part of the city for rental houses. Local amenities within easy walking distance are good too. There are seven restaurants, two gas stations, and a couple of grocery stores to boot!

Birch Street: Conveniently situated for commuting to Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Ventura, Birch Street is a desirable location for those who are looking for a home for rent. The local amenities are not exactly going to bowl you over, but there is a single restaurant within easy walking distance for folks who prefer the dining-out option.

8th Street: 8th Street in Carpinteria makes for a nicely tranquil setting. There's easy access to the beach and to the local shopping area. In all, there are two grocery stores, two gas stations, a bank, and some 20 restaurants situated very close by. Residents of 8th Street are spoiled for choice!

Gobernador Canyon Rd: Within a beautiful country setting and with views overlooking the mountains in the distance, Gobernador Canyon Road makes for a particularly peaceful and private residential area. Three minutes' drive and you can reach the freeway. Four minutes, and you're at the oceanfront. A car is a must however as there are no amenities in the immediate vicinity.

Casitas Pass Rd: Situated near the foothills of Carpinteria, bordered by the rugged Santa Ynez Mountains, and overlooking acre upon acre of avocado fields, Casitas Pass Road is undoubtedly an utterly idyllic scenario for a rental property! Again, the ownership of a car is without question a necessity as there are no local amenities within a country mile.

Life in Carpinteria

Getting Around

SR 150 runs from Santa Paula, through Carpinteria, and onwards to U.S. Route 101, which is near Ventura / Santa Barbara County line. The nearest train station to central Carpinteria is at 5th St & Linden Ave, just 0.3 miles from the city center. The closest regional airport is Santa Barbara Municipal Airport at Firestone Rd., some 18 miles away from the city's center. Los Angeles International Airport is located 85 miles from Carpinteria.

Keeping Busy

How do folks who reside in Carpinteria keep themselves busy? Well, one of the obvious choices for surfers is to make a beeline for Rincon Beach in order to catch some big wave action. Otherwise however, Carpinteria State Beach is a superb spot for sunbathing, camping, picnicking, and also for bird watching. The beach received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2013. It's also rated as one of the safest beaches in the country. Seaside Gardens offers a plethora of trees and shrubbery, including fruit trees, succulents, and shade lovers. The staff is thoroughly knowledgeable and for folks looking for ideas with respect to their own garden, you'll probably be fortunate to find some nuggets of gold here! Carpinteria Harbor Seal Reserve and Rookery at the Ballard exit is an excellent experience which should not be missed by those who enjoy witnessing wildlife, and in this case, specifically seals and sea lions. The best time to visit is May through September, but other visiting times will probably do you nicely too. All this talk about the outdoor life has probably invited an appetite. As such, it's time to talk food! Padaro Beach Grill Restaurant located on the interestingly named Santa Claus Lane offers American fare and seafood aplenty! Sizeable portions, friendly staff, and great prices - can't get much better than that! Corktree Cellars Wine Bar and Bistro Restaurant on Linden Ave serves up great wine together with great food. Island Brewing Co. on 6th Street is, as you'd perhaps imagine, a microbrewery offering a variety of award-winning ales to its' lucky patrons. There's no mass-produced stuff here - it's all delightfully handcrafted.

Life in Carpinteria
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Getting Around

SR 150 runs from Santa Paula, through Carpinteria, and onwards to U.S. Route 101, which is near Ventura / Santa Barbara County line. The nearest train station to central Carpinteria is at 5th St & Linden Ave, just 0.3 miles from the city center. The closest regional airport is Santa Barbara Municipal Airport at Firestone Rd., some 18 miles away from the city's center. Los Angeles International Airport is located 85 miles from Carpinteria.

Keeping Busy

How do folks who reside in Carpinteria keep themselves busy? Well, one of the obvious choices for surfers is to make a beeline for Rincon Beach in order to catch some big wave action. Otherwise however, Carpinteria State Beach is a superb spot for sunbathing, camping, picnicking, and also for bird watching. The beach received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2013. It's also rated as one of the safest beaches in the country. Seaside Gardens offers a plethora of trees and shrubbery, including fruit trees, succulents, and shade lovers. The staff is thoroughly knowledgeable and for folks looking for ideas with respect to their own garden, you'll probably be fortunate to find some nuggets of gold here! Carpinteria Harbor Seal Reserve and Rookery at the Ballard exit is an excellent experience which should not be missed by those who enjoy witnessing wildlife, and in this case, specifically seals and sea lions. The best time to visit is May through September, but other visiting times will probably do you nicely too. All this talk about the outdoor life has probably invited an appetite. As such, it's time to talk food! Padaro Beach Grill Restaurant located on the interestingly named Santa Claus Lane offers American fare and seafood aplenty! Sizeable portions, friendly staff, and great prices - can't get much better than that! Corktree Cellars Wine Bar and Bistro Restaurant on Linden Ave serves up great wine together with great food. Island Brewing Co. on 6th Street is, as you'd perhaps imagine, a microbrewery offering a variety of award-winning ales to its' lucky patrons. There's no mass-produced stuff here - it's all delightfully handcrafted.