When it comes to finding 2 or 3 bedroom apartments for rent in Soledad, you have to follow the same old drill. Fill out the rental application, provide proof of income, be prepared for a credit history check, and sign the lease to seal the deal.
You won't exactly be spoiled for choice in terms of neighborhoods, considering the size of Soledad.Monterey Street,** Gabilan Drive** and Nestles Road are some of the residential neighborhoods, but there isn't a lot of distinction separating them, either in price or ambiance. Monterey Street is lined with apartment homes which come with a garage, a fenced yard and large rooms. More often than not, these houses are owned rather than rented. Both Monterey Street and Gabilan Drive are only five minutes away from Front Street, which is home to some of the best cafes and restaurants in Soledad including Taqueria Casa del Palmar and La Plaza Bakery.
Soledad has an ideal weather throughout the year. You can enjoy a weekend sipping wine in one of the many vineyards. Most Californians have to make the trek to Napa Valley to avail themselves of such pleasures, but they're right in your backyard in Soledad. Traffic is extremely light, walking around town is a relaxing way to exercise, and the Gabilan Pinnacles is a perfect place for a picnic on the weekends. If this is the kind of place you're looking for, Soledad is a dream come true.