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85 apartments for rent near Salida, CA

Results within 1 miles of Salida, CA
3405 Vintage Dr
Modesto
4 Bed
$1,795
3908 Gagos Dr
Modesto
4 Bed
$1,900
1415 N. Ripon Rd.
Ripon
5 Bed
$2,500
Results within 5 miles of Salida, CA
Perlette Way
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,300
1539 Bronson Ave
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,350
113 S. Martin Luther King
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,050
1313 Floyd Ave
Modesto
2 Bed
$1,025
617 Tully Road, Unit #28
Modesto
2 Bed
$825
617 Tully Road, Unit #26
Modesto
1 Bed
$725
1409 Albany Avenue
Modesto
2 Bed
$1,195
1312 Kurt Ave
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,295
2073 Mt Vernon Dr
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,350
Results within 10 miles of Salida, CA
1310 South Ave
Modesto
3 Bed
$1,250
5606 Homewood Way
Crossroads
3 Bed
$1,695
345 Marty Dr
Manteca
3 Bed
$1,575
Fountain Square Ave
Manteca
4 Bed
$2,100
Bishop St
Manteca
4 Bed
$1,995
1937 San Ramos Way
Modesto
4 Bed
$1,495
1172 Copper Cottage Lane
Modesto
2 Bed
$1,895
1536 Atteboro Court
Modesto
4 Bed
$1,395
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City Guide
Salida
Moving to Salida

The convenient location, mild climate and abundance of economic opportunities are among the main reasons people decide to move to Salida. Unfortunately, as with most desirable locations in California and other states, the cost of living is extremely high. This, of course, means that home rentals in Salida are pricey. Don't despair, however; the cost of living in Salida is actually slightly lower than the California average. While this may not be much comfort, it does mean that you are more likely to find affordable housing here than in another, more trendy location.

Once you've decided to move to Salida, spend some time researching the types of rentals you are interested in to see if they will fit into your budget. For instance, even though all bills paidapartments most definitely are convenient, they may not always be the most economical choice. In addition, even though you may prefer to rent a two- bedroom apartment, is it possible that a one- bedroom apartment or a studio would suit you just as well? These are the types of questions that you need to ask yourself in order to make your search for affordable housing easier and more fruitful.

Salida Neighborhoods

Although Salida qualifies as a small town, its proximity to larger cities enables it to offer a wide variety of rental apartments and houses. Before you start looking for a rental property, however, it might be helpful to decide which neighborhood you would like to live in. Although Salida is a small community, it does have a few distinct neighborhoods with very marked differences.

Vella Estates South: If you're looking for a rental property, this is probably not the neighborhood for you. Vella Estates South is comprised mostly of homeowners rather than renters, so available property rentals here are few and far between. Although this is one of the larger neighborhoods in Salida, it is also very crowded. The travel time to nearby towns is shorter than those of other neighborhoods, however, which helps make this area more desirable for some residents. Nevertheless, if you are determined to rent and you really want to live in this neighborhood, there are rentals available occasionally. In fact, there are sometimes even rent-to-own properties to be had, if that is an option for you. No matter what your needs, with time and patience, you will eventually find the right place. Perko's Cafe and Barnwood Restaurant & Catering is in this area.

Wittfield Park: Located in the heart of Salida, this neighborhood is more attractive to renters because there are more rental properties available. In addition, it is more affordable than other neighborhoods. This neighborhood is the obvious choice for most renters not only because there are more rentals available, but also because there are more rental options. If you should want to live in this neighborhood, it shouldn't take you much time at all to find an affordable apartment and get settled in. The convenient location of this neighborhood is perfect for residents who would like to dive in and become involved in the community. Stop by Gloria's Coffee in the morning to fuel up before heading out to face the day.

Living in Salida

Salida's convenient location near Freeway 99 and the North County Corridor makes it a prime location for business development, so keep an eye out for new places to eat or shop. If you're not a California native, you may not know that "salida" means "exit" in Spanish. Despite this fact, it is pronounced with American English phonetics, as "Sah-LIE-duh," instead of with the Spanish pronunciation. The downtown area of Salida is laid out in a striking triangular shape, just as it was planned in 1870. The main street, Broadway Avenue, is lined with government and commerce buildings, with oak trees and a walking trail in the center. The climate in Salida is very mild, with an average temperature of 61.72 degrees. Prospective residents may also be reassured to know that the chance of earthquake damage in Salida is much lower than the California average. Salida's crime rate is about average, so residents feel comfortable walking and biking around town, but almost everyone owns a car. It is California, after all. And if you're looking to shop, nearby Vintage Faire Mall with satisfy all your needs.

Living in Salida will enable you to maintain a satisfying balance between career, leisure and home, enjoying all facets of your life in beautiful, calm surroundings. In no time at all, you, too, will be a part of the friendly, vibrant community of Salida.