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150 Apartments for rent in Naugatuck, CT

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Parkview Apartments
270 Spring St
Naugatuck, CT
1 Bedroom
$1,240
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,380
980 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 03:22 PM
One- and two-bedroom apartments have fully equipped kitchens with granite counters. Private balcony or patio and vertical window blinds. Playground, dog park, pool and laundry rooms. Intercom access. Extra storage available. Close to Route 8 and I-84.
1 Unit Available
137 Spring Street
137 Spring Street
Naugatuck, CT
2 Bedrooms
$950
800 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Well kept 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath apartment for rent
Results within 5 miles of Naugatuck
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1 Unit Available
RiversEdge
35 Sharon Rd
Waterbury, CT | Woodtick Road
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,215
620 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 27 at 01:47 AM
Gated community with landscaped grounds, a swimming pool, and heat and hot water included. Units have spacious closets, wall-to-wall carpeting and private patio/balcony. Located close to I-84, Route 8, and shopping and dining.
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2 Units Available
Lakeview Apartments
440 Meriden Rd
Waterbury, CT | Fairlawn
1 Bedroom
$1,120
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,305
974 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 03:22 PM
At Lakeview Apartments, the emphasis is on you, the resident. Located just minutes away from all the cultural attractions of Danbury, Lakeview Apartments offers peaceful water views and a variety of floor plans.
1 Unit Available
106 Willenbrock Rd,, Building #1
106 Willenbroch Road
New Haven County, CT
Studio
$3,500
6000 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 03:04 AM
Partial Building/Warehouse 3000 Sq ft plus Office Space 225 Sq Ft Including Loading Dock & Garage Door Access. Ideal for Commercial/Industrial space. Close to Interstate. Ample onsite parking.
1 Unit Available
157 Wood Street
157 Wood Street
Waterbury, CT | W.O.W
2 Bedrooms
$950
792 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Completed Renovated 3rd Fl 2 Bdrm 1 Bath. Features hardwood floor, New gas furnace, freshly painted, balcony, and new windows. Off Street parking and large yard.
1 Unit Available
109 Park Road
109 Park Road
Waterbury, CT | West End
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1344 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Come view this single family home for rent in Waterbury, CT. Rent is 1500 dollars a month. This is a three bedroom 1.5 bathroom home which features off street parking and washer/dryer hookups in the basement.
1 Unit Available
57 Morningside Avenue
57 Morningside Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Bunker Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
829 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Lovely 3 family home offers 829 Sq. Ft 2 bedroom second floor apartment in process of being painted. cats are ok if nurtured. no smoking. credit check references security deposit.. Owner would like tenant to have rental insurance.
1 Unit Available
61 Morningside Avenue
61 Morningside Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Bunker Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1200 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Lovely 3 family home offers 1,200 square foot 2nd floor apartment. Brand new fridge and stove. Freshly painted with brand new floors. Pristine condition! Conveniently located 2 minutes to I84 and Rt8. Quick walk to Park and pharmacy.
1 Unit Available
38 Taylor Street
38 Taylor St
Waterbury, CT | East End
2 Bedrooms
$750
900 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Nice updated unit on 3rd level right .Dead End Street. No Pets
1 Unit Available
117 Skokorat Street
117 Skokorat Street
New Haven County, CT
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1300 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Move right in to this first floor three-bedroom apartment with remodeled kitchen...stainless steel appliances. Fireplace in living room; new hardwood floors; interior freshly painted. Dual entry bath to master bedroom and hallway.
1 Unit Available
75 Deerfield Avenue
75 Deerfield Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Bunker Hill
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1225 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Charming three bedroom home in desirable Bunker Hill neighborhood! Remodeled kitchen with updated stainless appliances and quartz countertops. Remodeled full bath. Hardwood and tile throughout. New trex deck.
1 Unit Available
35 Laval Street
35 Laval Street
Waterbury, CT | Washington Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1092 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Beautifully remodeled, spacious 2 bedroom, first floor apartment now available! This freshly painted unit features hardwood throughout and newer appliances. An enclosed front and back porch make this apartment a great place to call home.
1 Unit Available
67 Diane Terrace
67 Diane Terrace
Waterbury, CT | East Farm
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1568 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 02:37 AM
Beautiful unit with finished family room in the lower level. Freshly painted. Wood floors. Two parking spaces. small private complex. Gas heat with central air. Upper East end. Dead end street. Credit and background check a must.
1 Unit Available
94 Sunnyside Ave 1
94 Sunnyside Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Brooklyn
3 Bedrooms
$1,725
1700 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Unit 1 Available 12/15/20 94 Sunnyside Ave Waterbury, CT 06708 - Property Id: 430733 West Side / Town Plot area! Well kept unit that is larger than many single family houses, offers a versatile, 2 story floor plan (1, 700+- sq. ft.) .
1 Unit Available
259 Oakville Ave
259 Oakville Ave
Waterbury, CT | Bunker Hill
1 Bedroom
$850
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
NEW BIG STUDIO APARTMENT FOR RENT. - Property Id: 123542 COME CHECK OUT THIS NEW BIG STUDIO APARTMENT AT 259 OAKVILLE AVENUE WATERBURY CONNECTICUT. TO SCHEDULE ANY VIEWING PLEASE CONTACT US.
1 Unit Available
5 Hill St C
5 Hill St
Waterbury, CT | Crownbrook
3 Bedrooms
$600
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Freshly renovated huge 3 Bdrm apt - Property Id: 177448 $600 a month Not included gas and electric, Please contact for details We are generally looking for 5x Income for approval Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
1161 East Main St B6
1161 East Main Street
Waterbury, CT | East End
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Unit B6 Available 12/01/20 Luxury Townhouse for Rent - Property Id: 416135 Modern updates on entire unit.. granite counter top, stainless steel appliances.. attached garage ... easy access to interstate 84,, mall, Restaurants, etc.
1 Unit Available
1627 Meriden Rd
1627 Meriden Road
New Haven County, CT | Deerfield and Sunset
Studio
$1,250
1450 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Retail Space for lease - Property Id: 356605 Available on busy state road (Meriden Rd) a 1400 sq ft store front in a stand alone plaza. great for retail or proffesional services.
1 Unit Available
975 Meriden Rd
975 Meriden Road
Waterbury, CT | Alexander Avenue
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1040 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Available 12/01/20 Spacious updated and clean condo in Waterbury - Property Id: 384827 Nice and clean unit available to show now to move in December 1st 2020 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
279 Oakville Ave
279 Oakville Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Bunker Hill
1 Bedroom
$950
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
NEW BIG 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT - Property Id: 123539 COME CHECK OUT THIS NEW BIG 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT AT 259 OAKVILLE AVENUE WATERBURY CONNECTICUT. TO SCHEDULE ANY VIEWING PLEASE CONTACT US.
1 Unit Available
1579 Hamilton Ave
1579 Hamilton Avenue
Waterbury, CT | East Mountian
1 Bedroom
$999
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
NEW ONE BEDROOM AVAILABLE FOR RENT - Property Id: 199719 BIG BIG ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT. Please call us to set-up an appointment to see a rental unit. Nice clean and safe location.
1 Unit Available
60 Alder St
60 Alder Street
Waterbury, CT | Brooklyn
2 Bedrooms
$800
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Newly renovated unit, separate entry way, 2 bedrooms, large bathroom, floating hardwood floors and fresh paint throughout. Please visit our website at www.landlordsolutionsbristol.
1 Unit Available
107 Lounsbury Avenue
107 Lounsbury Avenue
Waterbury, CT | Washington Hill
5 Bedrooms
$1,550
2100 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
Very Large 5 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Single Family home - Come see this rare house in Waterbury. This beautiful updated house is a 5 bedroom and 2 full bathroom house. The house has stunning cherry oak trims, moldings and floors throughout.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Naugatuck properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Naugatuck. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Albertus Magnus College, Capital Community College, University of Hartford, University of New Haven, and Norwalk Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Naugatuck. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Albertus Magnus College, Capital Community College, University of Hartford, University of New Haven, and Norwalk Community College.

City Guide

Naugatuck
Naugatuck, CT is not only one of the major rubber manufacturers in the country, it's also home to the Rubber City Blues Band!
Naugatuck, CT is not only one of the major rubber manufacturers in the country, it's also home to the Rubber City Blues Band!

Naugatuck has had its fair share of ups and downs throughout its history, but, like the rubber it manufactures, it always bounces back! The town has also had the distinction of brushes with Hollywood fame: it was the filming location for movies like War of the Worlds and Engine Trouble. If you're looking for a city with a bit of history, then read on. Lets find you an apartment in "The Tuck," as locals call it.

Moving to Naugatuck

Making a move can be a daunting prospect, but it doesn't need to induce a panic attack -- with some planning and foresight, it can be relatively painless. Here are some essential questions to ask yourself before you get started:

How much will it cost?

The good thing about living in Naugatuck is that you're faced with varied housing options that are not available or are more expensive in neighboring towns. You can find 2 -or 3-bedroom city apartments in Naugatuck that fall within a comfortable price range for different incomes.

How long is the commute?

Many people who live in Naugatuck go to work in the neighboring suburbs like Fairfield, New Haven, Oxford, and Middlebury. If you're in the same boat, commute time is something you can't afford to disregard. Test-drive different neighborhoods so that you know how much time you'll spend on travel each day.

What will you have to prepare?

Aside from preparing rental money (of course!), you need to have your proof of income, credit history, and previous landlords reference with you. Moreover, if your beloved Fluffy or Rover is tagging along, prepare your pets records as well for good measure. Your prospective landlord may need far more substantial evidence than that adorable video of Muffin playing with a ball of yarn.

Moving to Naugatuck
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Making a move can be a daunting prospect, but it doesn't need to induce a panic attack -- with some planning and foresight, it can be relatively painless. Here are some essential questions to ask yourself before you get started:

How much will it cost?

The good thing about living in Naugatuck is that you're faced with varied housing options that are not available or are more expensive in neighboring towns. You can find 2 -or 3-bedroom city apartments in Naugatuck that fall within a comfortable price range for different incomes.

How long is the commute?

Many people who live in Naugatuck go to work in the neighboring suburbs like Fairfield, New Haven, Oxford, and Middlebury. If you're in the same boat, commute time is something you can't afford to disregard. Test-drive different neighborhoods so that you know how much time you'll spend on travel each day.

What will you have to prepare?

Aside from preparing rental money (of course!), you need to have your proof of income, credit history, and previous landlords reference with you. Moreover, if your beloved Fluffy or Rover is tagging along, prepare your pets records as well for good measure. Your prospective landlord may need far more substantial evidence than that adorable video of Muffin playing with a ball of yarn.

Naugatuck Neighborhoods

Where you choose to live in Naugatuck will have an impact both on your daily life and on how much moolah you're shelling out at the end of each month. Feeling at a loss on where to start your search? Fret not; here's an overview and relative cost of living of Naugatuck's different neighborhoods.

Glenn Ridge:This neighborhood is a prime example of an area with low cost rent. Unfortunately, for the same reason, many other people are also flocking to this place. You might find yourself some competition when looking for a home for rent in this neighborhood.

Borough Center:If you don't want to go through grueling days in search of an apartment, head on over to the Borough Center first. It has a good mix of single-family homes, row houses, high-rise apartment complexes, and duplexes for rent, most of which are established but not old properties.

New Haven Rd/Candee Rd:With its low vacancy rate, this is one neighborhood where you're not going to find an apartment for rent right away. If you're pressed for time, better start your search elsewhere. But if you can afford to search for a little, this is a nice area.

Union City/Platts Mills:If you're looking for a community feel, and plan to stay put for a bit, Union City/Platts Mills might be the place for you.

Millville:This neighborhood is dominated by studio-type accommodations or small apartment buildings. So if you're looking to rent one of these types of homes, you can find many vacancies here.

Naugatuck Neighborhoods
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Where you choose to live in Naugatuck will have an impact both on your daily life and on how much moolah you're shelling out at the end of each month. Feeling at a loss on where to start your search? Fret not; here's an overview and relative cost of living of Naugatuck's different neighborhoods.

Glenn Ridge:This neighborhood is a prime example of an area with low cost rent. Unfortunately, for the same reason, many other people are also flocking to this place. You might find yourself some competition when looking for a home for rent in this neighborhood.

Borough Center:If you don't want to go through grueling days in search of an apartment, head on over to the Borough Center first. It has a good mix of single-family homes, row houses, high-rise apartment complexes, and duplexes for rent, most of which are established but not old properties.

New Haven Rd/Candee Rd:With its low vacancy rate, this is one neighborhood where you're not going to find an apartment for rent right away. If you're pressed for time, better start your search elsewhere. But if you can afford to search for a little, this is a nice area.

Union City/Platts Mills:If you're looking for a community feel, and plan to stay put for a bit, Union City/Platts Mills might be the place for you.

Millville:This neighborhood is dominated by studio-type accommodations or small apartment buildings. So if you're looking to rent one of these types of homes, you can find many vacancies here.

The Naugatuckian Life

The towns history is not without some hard times, which generally came along with the closing of some mills.The city has room for everyone; so looking for a place should be a cinch. Bounce on over!

The Naugatuckian Life
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The towns history is not without some hard times, which generally came along with the closing of some mills.The city has room for everyone; so looking for a place should be a cinch. Bounce on over!

Read More

City Guide

Naugatuck
Naugatuck, CT is not only one of the major rubber manufacturers in the country, it's also home to the Rubber City Blues Band!
Naugatuck, CT is not only one of the major rubber manufacturers in the country, it's also home to the Rubber City Blues Band!

Naugatuck has had its fair share of ups and downs throughout its history, but, like the rubber it manufactures, it always bounces back! The town has also had the distinction of brushes with Hollywood fame: it was the filming location for movies like War of the Worlds and Engine Trouble. If you're looking for a city with a bit of history, then read on. Lets find you an apartment in "The Tuck," as locals call it.

Moving to Naugatuck

Making a move can be a daunting prospect, but it doesn't need to induce a panic attack -- with some planning and foresight, it can be relatively painless. Here are some essential questions to ask yourself before you get started:

How much will it cost?

The good thing about living in Naugatuck is that you're faced with varied housing options that are not available or are more expensive in neighboring towns. You can find 2 -or 3-bedroom city apartments in Naugatuck that fall within a comfortable price range for different incomes.

How long is the commute?

Many people who live in Naugatuck go to work in the neighboring suburbs like Fairfield, New Haven, Oxford, and Middlebury. If you're in the same boat, commute time is something you can't afford to disregard. Test-drive different neighborhoods so that you know how much time you'll spend on travel each day.

What will you have to prepare?

Aside from preparing rental money (of course!), you need to have your proof of income, credit history, and previous landlords reference with you. Moreover, if your beloved Fluffy or Rover is tagging along, prepare your pets records as well for good measure. Your prospective landlord may need far more substantial evidence than that adorable video of Muffin playing with a ball of yarn.

Moving to Naugatuck
+

Making a move can be a daunting prospect, but it doesn't need to induce a panic attack -- with some planning and foresight, it can be relatively painless. Here are some essential questions to ask yourself before you get started:

How much will it cost?

The good thing about living in Naugatuck is that you're faced with varied housing options that are not available or are more expensive in neighboring towns. You can find 2 -or 3-bedroom city apartments in Naugatuck that fall within a comfortable price range for different incomes.

How long is the commute?

Many people who live in Naugatuck go to work in the neighboring suburbs like Fairfield, New Haven, Oxford, and Middlebury. If you're in the same boat, commute time is something you can't afford to disregard. Test-drive different neighborhoods so that you know how much time you'll spend on travel each day.

What will you have to prepare?

Aside from preparing rental money (of course!), you need to have your proof of income, credit history, and previous landlords reference with you. Moreover, if your beloved Fluffy or Rover is tagging along, prepare your pets records as well for good measure. Your prospective landlord may need far more substantial evidence than that adorable video of Muffin playing with a ball of yarn.

Naugatuck Neighborhoods

Where you choose to live in Naugatuck will have an impact both on your daily life and on how much moolah you're shelling out at the end of each month. Feeling at a loss on where to start your search? Fret not; here's an overview and relative cost of living of Naugatuck's different neighborhoods.

Glenn Ridge:This neighborhood is a prime example of an area with low cost rent. Unfortunately, for the same reason, many other people are also flocking to this place. You might find yourself some competition when looking for a home for rent in this neighborhood.

Borough Center:If you don't want to go through grueling days in search of an apartment, head on over to the Borough Center first. It has a good mix of single-family homes, row houses, high-rise apartment complexes, and duplexes for rent, most of which are established but not old properties.

New Haven Rd/Candee Rd:With its low vacancy rate, this is one neighborhood where you're not going to find an apartment for rent right away. If you're pressed for time, better start your search elsewhere. But if you can afford to search for a little, this is a nice area.

Union City/Platts Mills:If you're looking for a community feel, and plan to stay put for a bit, Union City/Platts Mills might be the place for you.

Millville:This neighborhood is dominated by studio-type accommodations or small apartment buildings. So if you're looking to rent one of these types of homes, you can find many vacancies here.

Naugatuck Neighborhoods
+

Where you choose to live in Naugatuck will have an impact both on your daily life and on how much moolah you're shelling out at the end of each month. Feeling at a loss on where to start your search? Fret not; here's an overview and relative cost of living of Naugatuck's different neighborhoods.

Glenn Ridge:This neighborhood is a prime example of an area with low cost rent. Unfortunately, for the same reason, many other people are also flocking to this place. You might find yourself some competition when looking for a home for rent in this neighborhood.

Borough Center:If you don't want to go through grueling days in search of an apartment, head on over to the Borough Center first. It has a good mix of single-family homes, row houses, high-rise apartment complexes, and duplexes for rent, most of which are established but not old properties.

New Haven Rd/Candee Rd:With its low vacancy rate, this is one neighborhood where you're not going to find an apartment for rent right away. If you're pressed for time, better start your search elsewhere. But if you can afford to search for a little, this is a nice area.

Union City/Platts Mills:If you're looking for a community feel, and plan to stay put for a bit, Union City/Platts Mills might be the place for you.

Millville:This neighborhood is dominated by studio-type accommodations or small apartment buildings. So if you're looking to rent one of these types of homes, you can find many vacancies here.

The Naugatuckian Life

The towns history is not without some hard times, which generally came along with the closing of some mills.The city has room for everyone; so looking for a place should be a cinch. Bounce on over!

The Naugatuckian Life
+

The towns history is not without some hard times, which generally came along with the closing of some mills.The city has room for everyone; so looking for a place should be a cinch. Bounce on over!