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44 apartments for rent near Los Osos, CA

259 San Jacinto Drive
Los Osos
3 Bed
$2,650
1711 7th St
Los Osos
2 Bed
$1,750
Results within 1 miles of Los Osos, CA
261 Shasta Avenue - 261
Morro Bay
3 Bed
$3,100
515 Morro Avenue
Morro Bay
2 Bed
$1,850
450 Napa Avenue
Morro Bay
3 Bed
$2,100
330 Morro Bay Blvd #B
Morro Bay
2 Bed
$1,450
361 Main Street
Morro Bay
1 Bed
$6,000
Results within 5 miles of Los Osos, CA
170 Verdon
Morro Bay
2 Bed
$2,300
321 Tolosa Way
San Luis Obispo
3 Bed
$3,000
555 Whidbey St
Morro Bay
3 Bed
$2,575
706 Marina
Morro Bay
3 Bed
$2,500
2264 Emerald Circle
Morro Bay
3 Bed
$3,500
481 Estero (Vacation Rental)
Morro Bay
1 Bed
$2,000
Results within 10 miles of Los Osos, CA
1812 Garden St.
San Luis Obispo
2 Bed
$2,750
802 Columbine Court
San Luis Obispo
3 Bed
$2,800
176 Valley View
Avilla Beach
3 Bed
$4,500
283 Lincoln Street
San Luis Obispo
3 Bed
$2,500
423 Westpoint
Pismo Beach
1 Bed
$2,250
981 Buchon Street
San Luis Obispo
1 Bed
$2,800
63 Contenta
San Luis Obispo
3 Bed
$2,975
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City Guide
Los Osos
Moving to Los Osos

If you're thinking about moving here, you will be pleased to know that there are a good amount of places for rent. The availability of housing will certainly make your search for apartments easier. No matter whether you're looking for a studio apartment for rent or a 2 bedroom apartment, you should be able to find the perfect fit in Los Osos. It's a good idea to check out homes in different parts of town -- you never know which neighborhood you'll like the best until you visit!

In order to move to Los Osos, you're going to need a little bit of time to look. Experts say four to six weeks is a good window to find an apartment, so give yourself at least that amount of time (though more time is always better, if you can spare it). Besides that, you're going to need the right documents to complete your rental application and get approved. These usually include a copy of your identification, your bank statements, credit report, pay stubs, letter of employment, and anything else you might need in order to prove that you're an upstanding citizen! If you have a pet, make sure you bring veterinary paperwork that proves he or she has had the right immunizations. Oh, and don't forget your checkbook -- above all else, this is probably the most important thing!

Neighborhoods

Los Osos is connected to neighboring areas by South Bay Boulevard and Los Osos Valley Road. There are a few different sections of town that are worth knowing about before you move here.

South Bay Boulevard: This road travels through the middle of the Morro Bay State Park and is home to the magically named Elfin Forest as well. This forest is well-known for containing one of the largest areas of endangered coastal scrub in Southern California! It's a beautiful and purely residential area where you can find all kinds of rental property.

Los Osos Valley Road: It's a good idea to live near the business district if you want to be close to the area's shopping and dining options. Here you'll find the Laguna Village Shopping Center, a great place to grab groceries or visit the drugstore. You will also be able to visit a number of popular local restaurants here, such as Tus Amigos and Celia's Garden Caf. Although pretty much everyone in Los Osos has a car, it's nice to be within walking distance from shops and eateries for those times you feel like leaving the car at home.

Living in Los Osos

Los Osos features a small business district that covers a few blocks of the downtown area, and there are several small shops in the Baywood section as well. Besides that, Los Osos is almost completely residential, which is a nice escape from the action of the city! This is both a peaceful and beautiful place to look for rental housing.

Are you an amateur lepidopterist? Los Osos is calling your name! The city, which is home to large groves of Eucalyptus trees, attracts huge swarms of Monarch butterflies during their yearly migration.

Nature lovers, take note: Montana de Oro State Park offers great hiking trails -- make a point of venturing up the Bluff Trail. Even if you're not feeling active, the vistas are worth checking out. Locals love Spooners Cove as a place for quiet contemplation.