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City Guide
Ridgecrest
Ridgecrest, California

Surrounded by four mountain ranges, Ridgecrest is the only incorporated city along its stretch of Highway 395 in southern California. But don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s a ghost town—in fact, almost 28,000 people live in Ridgecrest. Located in the southern portion of the Indian Wells River Valley, Ridgecrest is a thriving city made up of California residents seeking a friendlier, calmer way of life. It also happens to be the place to live for postcard-like views and crazy-affordable rent. All of this sound appealing? Stick with us and we’ll find you an affordable Ridgecrest apartment that’s move-in ready.

Mountain views aren’t the only thing that Ridgecrest has plenty of. Apartments of all kinds, whether it’s a duplex, furnished, luxury rental or studio, are scattered throughout Ridgecrest. Ranging in price/features, apartment living in Ridgecrest can be done easily, and it won’t cost you much, either. One-bedroom apartments and studios in Ridgecrest typically range in price from $350 to $425; however, local hidden gems, such as Rick Court Apartments, often rent one-bedroom apartments complete with tree-lined streets, laundry rooms and a pool for as low as $325 per month. Renters looking for two-bedroom units to rent in Ridgecrest will be just as relieved with the low price tags. What you spend is entirely up to what you need in an apartment rental. A two-bedroom duplex with tons of upgrades – we’re talking ceiling fans, garages, pool, some paid utilities, fenced patios, and so on – will run you around $450, while a spacious two-bedroom apartment at the Four Seasons Apartments community – with paid water, flexible pet policies, and a carport – will cost about $625.

Those in need of more space or simply seek three-bedroom apartments for rent in Ridgecrest can expect to pay about $575-$750. Larkspur Village Apartments, which are fairly new, feature walk-in closets and energy efficient units for $750. If a furnished apartment is what you’re after, established communities such as Hacienda Court will cater to your sofa-lacking needs, and they’ll even throw in a pool and racquetball court!

Ridgecrest is all about living the good life and taking in the scenery. Find your dream apartment in Ridgecrest with the help of our listings and start living the simple life.