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181 apartments for rent near Stanton, CA

Last updated September 27 at 6:42PM
7704 HIGHBROOK Way
Stanton
Updated September 16 at 7:54PM
2 Bed
$2,100
Results within 1 miles of Stanton, CA
914 S Kenmore St
Anaheim
Updated September 16 at 10:34AM
3 Bed
$2,200
3444 W Olinda Ln
Anaheim
Updated September 24 at 10:23AM
2 Bed
$1,450
9272 Maureen 1 Drive
Garden Grove
Updated August 20 at 12:39PM
4 Bed
$2,700
3423 W Glen Holly Drive
Anaheim
Updated September 27 at 1:07PM
3 Bed
$2,650
644 S Webster
Anaheim
Updated September 9 at 5:52AM
2 Bed
$1,650
S Kenmore St
Anaheim
Updated September 24 at 9:38AM
3 Bed
$2,800
8128 Larson Ave Unit 3
Garden Grove
Updated July 17 at 9:57AM
2 Bed
$1,825
1508 S ELK ROAD
Anaheim
Updated September 13 at 10:09AM
3 Bed
$2,400
2670 W Lullaby Ln
Anaheim
Updated September 14 at 10:25AM
3 Bed
$2,395
Results within 5 miles of Stanton, CA
Avalon Huntington Beach
7400 Center Ave
Updated September 27 at 2:38PM
Studio
$1,780
1 Bed
$1,970
2 Bed
$2,700
AMLI Uptown Orange
385 S Manchester Ave
Updated September 20 at 6:06PM
Studio
$1,745
1 Bed
$1,900
2 Bed
$2,366
Katella Grand
915 E Katella Ave
Updated September 27 at 6:41PM
1 Bed
$1,880
2 Bed
$2,350
3 Bed
$3,065
Elan Huntington Beach
18504 Beach Blvd
Updated August 30 at 4:53PM
1 Bed
$2,150
2 Bed
$2,715
Ocean Breeze Villas
6401 Warner Ave
Updated September 26 at 5:23PM
1 Bed
$1,598
2 Bed
$1,628
3 Bed
$2,153
The Residences at Bella Terra
7521 Edinger Ave
Updated September 27 at 6:42PM
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1 Bed
$2,100
2 Bed
$2,550
Amerige Pointe Apartments
1001 Starbuck St
Updated September 27 at 3:56PM
1 Bed
$1,620
2 Bed
$2,310
3 Bed
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Cerritos Apartments
18944 Vickie Ave
Updated September 27 at 11:21AM
Studio
$1,477
1 Bed
$1,740
2 Bed
$2,135
Crystal Springs
10244 Warner Ave
Updated September 27 at 11:21AM
1 Bed
$1,655
2 Bed
$1,906
Corte Bella
9580 El Rey Ave
Updated September 27 at 3:55PM
1 Bed
$1,615
2 Bed
$1,945
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City Guide
Stanton
Beautiful Days Ahead

One of the greatest attractions of this city, and nearly any city in Southern California, is the fantastic year round weather. Stanton is only about eight miles from the coast, which means weekend trips to the beach, with the body boarding, sand castle building and fresh seafood shops that come with that proximity. Those sunny days also mean happy people, as the cloudy skies and dreary winters that bring the blues are a relatively rare event, even in January. It can get pretty steamy in the summer, but those beautiful ocean breezes can often reach the town too, leaving it a bit better off than further inland towns that often reach into the 100s at high noon.

If that’s not enough to sway you, the surrounding cities offer an indescribable wealth of culinary culture. Westminster, also known as Little Saigon, is just a city to the south, and the piping hot bowls of pho and crisp cool spring rolls will fill your belly and soul for little money. And that’s worth considering when budgeting for a move. Independent ethnic eateries mean downright delectable food at very low prices.

Need to Know for Moving to Stanton

Moving here is exciting, as Stanton is kind of a secret of Orange County only the locals know about. More residents use public transportation here, though they use buses -- no fancy trains, subways or people movers. But, you’ll still need a car. Definitely. Gas prices are average for California, but high for most anywhere else, so if yo’ure skipping like a stone across states, expect that price change to sting, especially since So Cal is a car haven and everyone drives everywhere. Fortunately, Stanton is fairly walkable, depending on the neighborhood, but work will almost certainly require transportation of some sort. Dont worry; it’s a short commute in these parts.

Two more bummers: the cost of living is elevated for the nation (but you were expecting that of California, right?) and the vacancy rate is real low. It’s not so terrible though, on either count. Only 36 percent above norms, for cost of living, and almost all of that is due to housing costs. As for vacancy rates, yeah, that’s a difficulty you’ll have to prepare for in advance. Try and visit to see what rentals look like in different districts, especially since websites for a lot of complexes are nonexistent. Some good news, however, this is a renting town! There are more renters than owners, even though there are plenty of single-family homes, charming row houses and cute townhomes by the dozen. These are definitely worth considering over an apartment building if you’re towing family.

Neighborhoods

Not so much neighborhoods as general areas (especially since this city is only three square miles in size), but they do offer some intriguing differences. Stanton is surprisingly dense with people (the people aren’t dense though; there are several quality colleges nearby), so each sector offers its own subtle variation on pros and cons.

Hansen: With a slightly higher vacancy rate and the lowest rents in the area, this can be a great option for certain people..

Western Ave: A nearly non-existent vacancy rate makes this area pretty difficult to squeeze into, but it may be worth the wait. Lots of townhomes and scads of college students keep this place walkable and charming.

Los Alamitos Junction: Nearly as many college students, pedestrian-friendly districts and safe evenings as Western, but with a little more glamour. Yet somehow, it’s less expensiver. Go figure! The higher vacancy rate also makes it more attractive.

Chapman/Beach: Everything runs right down the middle here: mid-range rents and mid-range commutes. But, it has a higher vacancy rate, the highest in the city, which means a greater possibility of getting in here quickly-ish.

Beach/Garden Grove: It's closer to the beach than the other areas in town, though that’s hardly important in a town this small, but this section has many townhomes, plus a number of rentals of studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments.

Stanton offers inhabitants a great selection of amenities, from the Adventure City amusement park to Fonda la Meches mole poblano. It’s especially enticing to people who are looking for reasonable rents and walkable neighborhoods and for students who desire affordable housing and a short commute to campus. The diversity adds to the charm in every way and although there are some detractors, it’s an up-and-coming spot tha’ts set to impress in the future.