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215 Apartments for rent in Williamsburg, FL

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Last updated August 20 at 6:18PM
Results within 1 miles of Williamsburg, FL
10825 Windsor Walk Drive 3205
Orlando
Orlando, FL
Updated June 16 at 9:39AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,190
5300 Wildflower
Williamsburg
Orlando, FL
Updated August 19 at 9:56AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
11767 PEACH GROVE LANE
Williamsburg
Orlando, FL
Updated August 18 at 2:12PM
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
10623 Bellflower Ct
Williamsburg
Orlando, FL
Updated August 18 at 1:43AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
13538 VILLAGE PARK DRIVE
Hunters Creek New Village Town Center
Orlando, FL
Updated August 15 at 6:24AM
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
2726 WOODRUFF DRIVE
Orlando
Orlando, FL
Updated August 18 at 1:57PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
12533 DARBY AVENUE
Orlando
Orlando, FL
Updated August 15 at 5:47AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
Results within 5 miles of Williamsburg, FL
4519 CHALFONT DR.
Hunters Creek
Orlando, FL
Updated August 8 at 9:27AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
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City Guide
Williamsburg
Moving to Williamsburg

If you've decided to look at places to live in Williamsburg, then you better start your search early. Apartment rentals are highly sought-after here, and they can be expensive, so you might have to look long and hard for apts to rent. That shouldn't stop you, though, since rental properties here are lovely, and once you find a place you like, you'll surely be happy calling it home. Before you move to Williamsburg, prepare yourself to apply for an apartment. It might seem counter-intuitive to prepare for an application before you even decide if there' s a good home there, but it's important if you want to snag a home of your dreams. Since property is highly sought-after, you'll probably have to fight for some great places with other potential renters, so the sooner you're ready to apply and take an apartment off the market, the better! What you'll need for a rental application includes bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs, a letter of employment, and anything else you can gather that might convince a potential landlord you'll always pay your rent on time. Also, be prepared to put a deposit down on an apartment you like. You'll want to save money for this deposit because it's the only way to take a place off the market and it can be as much as three times the monthly rent. Make sure to check with individual management companies when you set up appointments to see apartments because you'll want to make sure you come financially prepared!

Neighborhoods in Williamsburg

Another important part about moving to a new place is finding the right neighborhood. Do you want somewhere quiet or busy? Somewhere convenient or remote? Once you decide what's important to you, then you can narrow down the area of your housing search. If you want to know more about neighborhoods in Williamsburg, then check out the list below. It contains information that can help you determine where you should look for a house in your new town.

Williamsburg: The northern part of Williamsburg, often referred to as the true Williamsburg, is the center of town; it is actually also the residential part of town, and it's further away than many of the commercial amenities than other areas. Expect quiet, tree-lined streets and lovely homes. This northern part of town is bounded by Central Florida parkway.

Western Williamsburg: Like constant entertainment? This part of town might be the neighborhood for you. That's because it borders the theme park Sea World! You definitely don't want to live here if you don't like tourists.

Southern Williamsburg: Southern Williamsburg is a resort land. There are lots of nice hotels here, and each has its own lake and green space. Things feel remote here, but it's hard to find budget-friendly rental housing, so consider looking elsewhere if you want to have an easy search.

Living in Williamsburg

Most people who live in Williamsburg tell people that they live in Orlando. That's because they live in the heart of what people associated with the Central Florida City -- tons of theme parks, hotels, and attractions. But that doesn't mean that everyone in Williamsburg is interested in the tourism industry. In fact, many people that live in the area use Williamsburg as a suburban town and commute into Orlando-proper to work and play. Orlando has tons of great haute-cuisine restaurants, theaters, museums, and more, so choose Williamsburg if you want a good mix of lowbrow and highbrow, all in one.