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14 Apartments for rent in Marysville, CA

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Check out 14 verified apartments for rent in Marysville, CA with rents starting as low as $1700. Some apartments for rent in Marysville might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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1361 Val Drive
1361 Val Drive, Marysville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1359 sqft
Nice East Marysville location close to Marysville High School, Anna McKenney and Kynoch!! Open flowing floor plan with great room concept makes wonderful use of space and has been recently refurbished: fresh paint throughout, new flooring, new
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
1 Unit Available
1231 Val Drive
1231 Val Drive, Marysville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,749
1624 sqft
Charming Spacious Marysville Home with Backyard Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
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1020 MARKET ST
1020 Market Street, Yuba City, CA
1 Bedroom
$995
800 sqft
RECENTLY REMODELED UNIT!! FRESH PAINT & NEW FLOORS!! This cute one bedroom unit offers a living room, small eat-in kitchen with gas range, new cabinets, new granite countertops, new blinds, the bathroom offers new shower stall, new floors, new
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5619 Arboga Road - 6
5619 Arboga Road, Linda, CA
2 Bedrooms
$895
650 sqft
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5619 Arboga Road - 6 in Linda. View photos, descriptions and more!
Last updated September 17 at 07:11 PM
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1634 Poole Boulevard - 300
1634 Poole Boulevard, Yuba City, CA
Studio
$600
1000 sqft
This Professional office space offers a furnished reception area, seating for customers or guests, a private office which is furnished, a nice conference room with whiteboard and television for presentations, a kitchen area that offers a
Last updated September 17 at 07:11 PM
1 Unit Available
1634 Starr Drive - 1
1634 Starr Drive, Yuba City, CA
Studio
$2,400
2005 sqft
SPACIOUS OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE WITH LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM!! This office offers a reception area, five private offices, a great conference room, two bathrooms, new flooring throughout, fresh paint, kitchen area with granite counters, two storage
Last updated September 17 at 07:11 PM
1 Unit Available
1701 Chateau Drive
1701 Chateau Drive, Olivehurst, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1245 sqft
CUTE AND CLEAN THREE BEDROOM HOME!! This home offers fresh interior paint, new central heat and air conditioning system, tile and wood floors throughout, large living room, open eat-in kitchen with gas range, dishwasher & microwave, plenty of
Last updated September 17 at 09:18 AM
1 Unit Available
2101 Blevin Rd
2101 Blevin Road, Yuba City, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,990
3500 sqft
Beautiful single story House - Property Id: 371551 Single story house 4 beds with walk in closets and 3 full baths. House is close to shopping center and schools. It is in a beautiful neighborhood. Fruit trees in the back yard.
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
1678 Maywood Drive
1678 Maywood Drive, Linda, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,721
1184 sqft
Updated Home in Marysville with Spacious Backyard Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
2045 La Rabyn Way
2045 La Rabyn Way, Yuba City, CA
4 Bedrooms
$1,975
2246 sqft
2045 La Rabyn Way Available 10/09/20 4 Bedroom 3 Bath Home - Very Spacious Home . Apply Now! (530) 671-8181 (RLNE4667980)
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
750 Lincoln Rd #17 County of Sutter
750 Lincoln Road, Yuba City, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1543 sqft
750 Lincoln Rd #17 County of Sutter Available 09/25/20 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath condo in Yuba City - 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath condo with a 2 car carport and a private patio.
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
1761 Barney Ave
1761 Barney, Olivehurst, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1915 sqft
1761 Barney Ave Available 09/25/20 Great Family Home 3x2 - This great family home will be available soon.
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
1 Unit Available
2104 River Rock Drive
2104 River Rock, Linda, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2059 sqft
Beautiful 4 Bedroom Home - Brookside Subdivision,4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath .Granite counters throughout, ceiling fans, stainless steel appliances. Professional decor selections interior & exterior. Tile roof, 2 car garages.
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
1 Unit Available
5555 Rock Cliff Court
5555 Rock Cliff, Linda, CA
4 Bedrooms
$1,695
1859 sqft
5555 Rock Cliff Court Available 04/17/20 Beautiful 4x2 In Edgewater Community - Beautiful 4 bedroom/2 bath home in Edgewater Community. Home has many new upgrades, and comes equipped with a gas stove, dishwasher, and microwave.
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City GuideMarysville
Each spring sees the return of the Bok Kai Parade and Festival to Marysville, California--which some say is the oldest continuous parade in California (take that, Hollywood Christmas Parade!). Bok Kai is a Chinese god of the North and said to be the god of water.
Each spring sees the return of the Bok Kai Parade and Festival to Marysville, California--which some say is the oldest continuous parade in California (take that, Hollywood Christmas Parade!). Bok Kai is a Chinese god of the North and said to be the god of water.

Originally part of the massive land area controlled by John Sutter that stretched all the way down to what is now Sacramento to the south, the city of Marysville was founded on all of the promise of California's heady gold rush days. The town's history predates California's admission to the Union. The town takes its name from Mary Murphy Covillaud, wife of an early founding rancher and survivor of the fabled Donner Party. Its founders envisioned it as the "New York of the Pacific" thanks to its role as a hub of banking and travel related to the gold rush. Alas, the gold ran out eventually and mining caused a few nasty cycles of floods.

Along the Feather River

Today, Marysville is a small but vibrant city about 40 miles north of Sacramento in the Sacramento Valley. Residents enjoy a Mediterranean climate with mild, wet winters, and hot (very, very hot) summers. The city is an easy drive not just to the state capital, but also into the hills and historic Grass Valley, or down the still-being completed Route 65 into Roseville, a major shopping destination. It's immediate neighbor, Yuba City, provides somewhat of a twin-cities effect as the two are treated generally as one region.

Rural and sprawling, Marysville has most of the amenities you'd want in a city, but on a smaller scale. For whatever you can't get here, the greater Sacramento area will provide whatever you need. The economy is driven largely by construction, production, transportation, and retail, and the region has an eye to attracting additional economic development in the coming decade.

Another major player in town: Beale AFB, which provides jobs and a steady stream of comings and goings thanks to Air Force personnel, their families and the businesses there to serve them.

Finding a Neighborhood

There are a few general neighborhoods or areas in Marysville to consider. Give yourself a month or so to do your research, choose your desired area, and complete the rental process. As ever, make sure you have your credit history, references, proof of income and all the necessary documents in order to make yourself the most attractive renter around.

Marysville City Center: Marysville City Center is very much an area in development. You can read the city's heritage, from its gold rush days to today, in the architecture that lines the downtown streets. It's not a huge attraction yet, but all of the bones are there and this city seems poised on the edge of revival. You'll find studio, 1 or 2 bedroom apartments for rent in this neck of the woods.

Loma Rica: Loma Rica is an area that's relatively rural and features mainly medium sized detached homes with some great rental home options for prospective residents. It's an established community, though you'll find some newer builds as well.

Smartsville: The Smartsville area hugs Beale AFB. It is airy and rural and widespread. You'll only need to live closely to your neighbors if you want to. Houses for rent should be in good supply here.

Linda: If you want a suburban environment, check out Linda, which is great for rental homes and a more traditional neighborhood feel.

Living in Marysville

For those with a need for speed, check out racing at the Marysville Raceway Park (tagline "We do dirt track racing right!" and who wants to argue that fact?) with races run year-round.

Outdoor living is also popular--fish on the Feather River, or the Yuba River, or both, in a single day. Enjoy River Front Park or Ellis Lake Park for a leisurely paddle or dip of the toe. People in Marysville love their natural assets and you'll enjoy spending long summer evenings listening to the many river birds singing into the night.

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City GuideMarysville
Each spring sees the return of the Bok Kai Parade and Festival to Marysville, California--which some say is the oldest continuous parade in California (take that, Hollywood Christmas Parade!). Bok Kai is a Chinese god of the North and said to be the god of water.
Each spring sees the return of the Bok Kai Parade and Festival to Marysville, California--which some say is the oldest continuous parade in California (take that, Hollywood Christmas Parade!). Bok Kai is a Chinese god of the North and said to be the god of water.

Originally part of the massive land area controlled by John Sutter that stretched all the way down to what is now Sacramento to the south, the city of Marysville was founded on all of the promise of California's heady gold rush days. The town's history predates California's admission to the Union. The town takes its name from Mary Murphy Covillaud, wife of an early founding rancher and survivor of the fabled Donner Party. Its founders envisioned it as the "New York of the Pacific" thanks to its role as a hub of banking and travel related to the gold rush. Alas, the gold ran out eventually and mining caused a few nasty cycles of floods.

Along the Feather River

Today, Marysville is a small but vibrant city about 40 miles north of Sacramento in the Sacramento Valley. Residents enjoy a Mediterranean climate with mild, wet winters, and hot (very, very hot) summers. The city is an easy drive not just to the state capital, but also into the hills and historic Grass Valley, or down the still-being completed Route 65 into Roseville, a major shopping destination. It's immediate neighbor, Yuba City, provides somewhat of a twin-cities effect as the two are treated generally as one region.

Rural and sprawling, Marysville has most of the amenities you'd want in a city, but on a smaller scale. For whatever you can't get here, the greater Sacramento area will provide whatever you need. The economy is driven largely by construction, production, transportation, and retail, and the region has an eye to attracting additional economic development in the coming decade.

Another major player in town: Beale AFB, which provides jobs and a steady stream of comings and goings thanks to Air Force personnel, their families and the businesses there to serve them.

Finding a Neighborhood

There are a few general neighborhoods or areas in Marysville to consider. Give yourself a month or so to do your research, choose your desired area, and complete the rental process. As ever, make sure you have your credit history, references, proof of income and all the necessary documents in order to make yourself the most attractive renter around.

Marysville City Center: Marysville City Center is very much an area in development. You can read the city's heritage, from its gold rush days to today, in the architecture that lines the downtown streets. It's not a huge attraction yet, but all of the bones are there and this city seems poised on the edge of revival. You'll find studio, 1 or 2 bedroom apartments for rent in this neck of the woods.

Loma Rica: Loma Rica is an area that's relatively rural and features mainly medium sized detached homes with some great rental home options for prospective residents. It's an established community, though you'll find some newer builds as well.

Smartsville: The Smartsville area hugs Beale AFB. It is airy and rural and widespread. You'll only need to live closely to your neighbors if you want to. Houses for rent should be in good supply here.

Linda: If you want a suburban environment, check out Linda, which is great for rental homes and a more traditional neighborhood feel.

Living in Marysville

For those with a need for speed, check out racing at the Marysville Raceway Park (tagline "We do dirt track racing right!" and who wants to argue that fact?) with races run year-round.

Outdoor living is also popular--fish on the Feather River, or the Yuba River, or both, in a single day. Enjoy River Front Park or Ellis Lake Park for a leisurely paddle or dip of the toe. People in Marysville love their natural assets and you'll enjoy spending long summer evenings listening to the many river birds singing into the night.