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10 Apartments for rent in Twin Falls, ID

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165 Vermont Ave
165 Vermont Ave
Twin Falls, ID
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1404 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
1404 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, one-level townhome with an office. Gas heat, central air, 2 car garage. HOA dues include - water, sewer, sanitation and mowing. $1295.00 a month plus $100.00 HOA dues, plus deposit. NO SMOKING/PETS NEGOTIABLE.
1 Unit Available
1357 Blue Lakes Blvd N
1357 Blue Lakes Boulevard North
Twin Falls, ID
Studio
$1,625
780 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
780 sq. ft. coffee shop attached to the Red Lion Hotel. All utilities included. Includes tables, chairs, bar-stools, and 3 coffee grinders. A new Italian coffee maker may be available. $1625.00 a month plus deposit. NO SMOKING
1 Unit Available
121 Aspenwood Dr
121 Aspenwood Drive
Twin Falls, ID
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1768 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
1768 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home with electric forced air heat, a/c, and a very large, nice yard. $1295.00 a month plus deposit. NO SMOKING/PETS NEGOTIABLE
1 Unit Available
215 Eastland Dr
215 Eastland Dr
Twin Falls, ID
Studio
$3,500
5000 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
approximately 5000 sq. ft. commercial building, 2 bathrooms, gas heat, 8 X 10 overhead door at the back of the building, parking. Great building for many options. $3500.00 a month plus deposit. NO SMOKING
1 Unit Available
529 Addison Ave W
529 Addison Avenue West
Twin Falls, ID
Studio
$2,000
1558 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
Office space with 2 separate offices, Large Reception Area and restroom. Location on a high visibility highway, lots of room for exposing and promoting ones product or parking vehicles. Short- or long-term lease options available. $2000.
1 Unit Available
456 2nd Ave N Apt 4
456 2nd Avenue North
Twin Falls, ID
1 Bedroom
$695
400 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
400 sq. ft. 1 bedroom, 1 bath remodeled apartment. Forced electric heat. All utilities included. $695.00 a month plus deposit. NO SMOKING/NO PETS.
1 Unit Available
166 Jefferson Street
166 Jefferson St
Twin Falls, ID
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Last updated October 28 at 02:06 PM
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1 Unit Available
1331 Cayuse Creek Drive
1331 Cayuse Creek Drive
Kimberly, ID
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1800 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
Bright and Spacious Family Home/ No Pets - Property Id: 457811 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom home with attached garage and large backyard. Located in Kimberly Meadows Subdivision. Close to schools. No Pets. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
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1 Unit Available
805 Nancholas Ct
805 Nancolas Court
Jerome, ID
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1350 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 11:00 AM
NEW SINGLE FAMILY HOME FOR RENT/ NO PETS - Property Id: 466663 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom home in quiet cul-de-sac. 2 Car garage. Fenced in backyard. Tenant pays all utilities Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
107 W Main St
107 West Main Street
Jerome, ID
Studio
$1,295
2800 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 16 at 08:30 AM
Good investment property with main level approx 2800 sq ft commercial retail space with lower level for storage. Upstairs; 3 Bedroom 2 Bath apartment with good rental history.
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How much is rent in Twin Falls?
Apartment Rentals in Twin Falls start at $650/month.
How much is rent in Twin Falls?
Apartment Rentals in Twin Falls start at $650/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Twin Falls?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Twin Falls?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Twin Falls 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Twin Falls 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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City Guide

Twin Falls
Twin Falls, ID

Welcome to the Magic Valley — the portion of south-central Idaho where your new home, Twin Falls is located. Somewhere between its natural beauty, decent economy and low cost of living certainly lies some magic, so lets get started on your apartment search so you can get out there and find it.

Twin Falls is generally considered the premier community of the region. A large population increase has brought in a lot of new development, and thankfully the Twin Falls builders have adequately stepped up to prevent rent from skyrocketing. Apartments for rent in the city have remained inexpensive despite all the development, so you’ll be sure to find some great deals on inexpensive apartments.

When you’re not enjoying all that the city has to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment, you’ll likely be enjoying the “magic” of the surrounding area. From the Snake River Canyon to the incredibly beautiful nearby waterfalls, including Shoshone Falls, which is taller than Niagara Falls, your backyard will look mighty pretty. Additionally, mountains and national parks are all within a day’s drive. If you’re a fan of experiencing all nature has to offer, welcome to paradise.

But enough nature, let’s talk man-made neighborhoods. Most areas of Twin Falls are considered excellent. The location of your apartment will largely be determined by what type of rental you’re looking for.

North of town, near the Blue Lakes Country Club, you’ll find a lot of the new developments. Several of the apartment and condominium complexes in this area offer amenities such as gyms and clubhouses. This is also where you’ll find the best studio apartments for rent. Two bedrooms in these buildings generally go for $500-$700 per month.

Just west of the city center, near the College of Southern Idaho’s campus, you’ll find some older, more established apartment rentals. Check this area out if you’re looking for a younger vibe, or if you’re interested in short-term leases. Two bedrooms here generally cost about the same as in the northern area of town.

The areas south of the city center tend to be dominated by homeowners. These neighborhoods are more established and have a bit more of a suburban feel. Houses in this area generally range from $700 to $1000.

As an outdoorsy city, finding a pet friendly apartment shouldn’t be too difficult in Twin Falls. However, some landlords may have limitations on the number or size of pets, or require a nominal additional pet deposit. Come prepared to pay if you’re bringing along a furry friend.

So welcome to Twin Falls! Enjoy all the magic that the Magic Valley has to offer!

Twin Falls, ID
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Welcome to the Magic Valley — the portion of south-central Idaho where your new home, Twin Falls is located. Somewhere between its natural beauty, decent economy and low cost of living certainly lies some magic, so lets get started on your apartment search so you can get out there and find it.

Twin Falls is generally considered the premier community of the region. A large population increase has brought in a lot of new development, and thankfully the Twin Falls builders have adequately stepped up to prevent rent from skyrocketing. Apartments for rent in the city have remained inexpensive despite all the development, so you’ll be sure to find some great deals on inexpensive apartments.

When you’re not enjoying all that the city has to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment, you’ll likely be enjoying the “magic” of the surrounding area. From the Snake River Canyon to the incredibly beautiful nearby waterfalls, including Shoshone Falls, which is taller than Niagara Falls, your backyard will look mighty pretty. Additionally, mountains and national parks are all within a day’s drive. If you’re a fan of experiencing all nature has to offer, welcome to paradise.

But enough nature, let’s talk man-made neighborhoods. Most areas of Twin Falls are considered excellent. The location of your apartment will largely be determined by what type of rental you’re looking for.

North of town, near the Blue Lakes Country Club, you’ll find a lot of the new developments. Several of the apartment and condominium complexes in this area offer amenities such as gyms and clubhouses. This is also where you’ll find the best studio apartments for rent. Two bedrooms in these buildings generally go for $500-$700 per month.

Just west of the city center, near the College of Southern Idaho’s campus, you’ll find some older, more established apartment rentals. Check this area out if you’re looking for a younger vibe, or if you’re interested in short-term leases. Two bedrooms here generally cost about the same as in the northern area of town.

The areas south of the city center tend to be dominated by homeowners. These neighborhoods are more established and have a bit more of a suburban feel. Houses in this area generally range from $700 to $1000.

As an outdoorsy city, finding a pet friendly apartment shouldn’t be too difficult in Twin Falls. However, some landlords may have limitations on the number or size of pets, or require a nominal additional pet deposit. Come prepared to pay if you’re bringing along a furry friend.

So welcome to Twin Falls! Enjoy all the magic that the Magic Valley has to offer!

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City Guide

Twin Falls
Twin Falls, ID

Welcome to the Magic Valley — the portion of south-central Idaho where your new home, Twin Falls is located. Somewhere between its natural beauty, decent economy and low cost of living certainly lies some magic, so lets get started on your apartment search so you can get out there and find it.

Twin Falls is generally considered the premier community of the region. A large population increase has brought in a lot of new development, and thankfully the Twin Falls builders have adequately stepped up to prevent rent from skyrocketing. Apartments for rent in the city have remained inexpensive despite all the development, so you’ll be sure to find some great deals on inexpensive apartments.

When you’re not enjoying all that the city has to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment, you’ll likely be enjoying the “magic” of the surrounding area. From the Snake River Canyon to the incredibly beautiful nearby waterfalls, including Shoshone Falls, which is taller than Niagara Falls, your backyard will look mighty pretty. Additionally, mountains and national parks are all within a day’s drive. If you’re a fan of experiencing all nature has to offer, welcome to paradise.

But enough nature, let’s talk man-made neighborhoods. Most areas of Twin Falls are considered excellent. The location of your apartment will largely be determined by what type of rental you’re looking for.

North of town, near the Blue Lakes Country Club, you’ll find a lot of the new developments. Several of the apartment and condominium complexes in this area offer amenities such as gyms and clubhouses. This is also where you’ll find the best studio apartments for rent. Two bedrooms in these buildings generally go for $500-$700 per month.

Just west of the city center, near the College of Southern Idaho’s campus, you’ll find some older, more established apartment rentals. Check this area out if you’re looking for a younger vibe, or if you’re interested in short-term leases. Two bedrooms here generally cost about the same as in the northern area of town.

The areas south of the city center tend to be dominated by homeowners. These neighborhoods are more established and have a bit more of a suburban feel. Houses in this area generally range from $700 to $1000.

As an outdoorsy city, finding a pet friendly apartment shouldn’t be too difficult in Twin Falls. However, some landlords may have limitations on the number or size of pets, or require a nominal additional pet deposit. Come prepared to pay if you’re bringing along a furry friend.

So welcome to Twin Falls! Enjoy all the magic that the Magic Valley has to offer!

Twin Falls, ID
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Welcome to the Magic Valley — the portion of south-central Idaho where your new home, Twin Falls is located. Somewhere between its natural beauty, decent economy and low cost of living certainly lies some magic, so lets get started on your apartment search so you can get out there and find it.

Twin Falls is generally considered the premier community of the region. A large population increase has brought in a lot of new development, and thankfully the Twin Falls builders have adequately stepped up to prevent rent from skyrocketing. Apartments for rent in the city have remained inexpensive despite all the development, so you’ll be sure to find some great deals on inexpensive apartments.

When you’re not enjoying all that the city has to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment, you’ll likely be enjoying the “magic” of the surrounding area. From the Snake River Canyon to the incredibly beautiful nearby waterfalls, including Shoshone Falls, which is taller than Niagara Falls, your backyard will look mighty pretty. Additionally, mountains and national parks are all within a day’s drive. If you’re a fan of experiencing all nature has to offer, welcome to paradise.

But enough nature, let’s talk man-made neighborhoods. Most areas of Twin Falls are considered excellent. The location of your apartment will largely be determined by what type of rental you’re looking for.

North of town, near the Blue Lakes Country Club, you’ll find a lot of the new developments. Several of the apartment and condominium complexes in this area offer amenities such as gyms and clubhouses. This is also where you’ll find the best studio apartments for rent. Two bedrooms in these buildings generally go for $500-$700 per month.

Just west of the city center, near the College of Southern Idaho’s campus, you’ll find some older, more established apartment rentals. Check this area out if you’re looking for a younger vibe, or if you’re interested in short-term leases. Two bedrooms here generally cost about the same as in the northern area of town.

The areas south of the city center tend to be dominated by homeowners. These neighborhoods are more established and have a bit more of a suburban feel. Houses in this area generally range from $700 to $1000.

As an outdoorsy city, finding a pet friendly apartment shouldn’t be too difficult in Twin Falls. However, some landlords may have limitations on the number or size of pets, or require a nominal additional pet deposit. Come prepared to pay if you’re bringing along a furry friend.

So welcome to Twin Falls! Enjoy all the magic that the Magic Valley has to offer!