Before we discuss Eureka’s less pleasant points, let’s start here: your new city is absolutely beautiful. Replete with a wide variety of astounding architecture— including pristine Victorian mansions, quaint, Spanish-style homes, and commercial buildings dating back to the late 1800s—remnants of Eureka’s Gold Rush history are preserved in the waterfront-area Old Town. As the commercial center of the county, Eureka also has plenty to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment found in both the urban areas and at the Bayshore Mall off Highway 101.
Ho hum, lots of American cities have historic downtowns. Okay dummy, but Eureka is also located on the ocean, in the mountains, and close to both Redwood National Park and the Lost Coast.
Southeast, near the Sequoia Park Zoo in the region adjacent to suburban Cutten, you can find two bedrooms found in apartments here range from $1100 to $1300.
If you’re looking for special short-term leases, studio apartments, or large apartment rental complexes with amenities, you’ll be looking for a while in Eureka. By and large the rental market is dominated by old, renovated rental homes or divided duplexes, with exception of a few places in the northeast portion of town.
In any case, welcome to Eureka!