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225 Apartments for rent in Derby, KS

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2144 N Woodlawn
2144 N Woodlawn Blvd
Derby, KS | North Village
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1471 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
FOR LEASE. Move in Ready! Open Floor Plan with patio and small yard with wood privacy fence. Large living room/dining combo, kitchen appliances, 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, 1 car attached garage. Large master bedroom with master bath and private deck.
1 Unit Available
444 S. Georgie
444 South Georgie
Derby, KS
3 Bedrooms
$950
1025 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
444 S. Georgie - Derby - 3 bed 1 bath 1,025 SQFT 1 car garage Tenant responsible for all utilities plus lawn care Tenant responsible for getting their own refrigerator $950 rent $800 deposit $35 application fee per adult All applications on www.
1 Unit Available
2225 E Curtis Ct
2225 East Curtis Court
Derby, KS
4 Bedrooms
$1,345
2100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Great 4 bedroom home in Derby School district! - This home is a newer construction property, located in in desirable Derby. It offers an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, neutral decor, and a desirable location in Derby.
1 Unit Available
1108 N Lakeview Dr
1108 North Lakeview Drive
Derby, KS | Pleasantview
3 Bedrooms
$985
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Very nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Derby Tile in kitchen,dining, bath Central heat & air.
Results within 1 mile of Derby
1 Unit Available
3335 E Sunflower
3335 E Sunflower Dr
Sedgwick County, KS | Southwind
3 Bedrooms
$1,175
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
3BR 2BA 1/2 Duplex with a 2 car attached garage. Home has an open concept. Master bedroom has it's own bathroom. Lawn care service included. Neighborhood is located just south of Clifton and Vassar. Derby school district.
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Bridgewater Apartments
335 S Jane St
Haysville, KS | Haysville
2 Bedrooms
$695
981 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 06:43 PM
Welcome to your new apartment home with Bridgewater. This 96-unit family friendly community is set in a southern suburb of Wichita, in the city of Haysville, Kansas.
1 Unit Available
1847 S GLENDALE ST
1847 South Glendale Street
Wichita, KS | East Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$575
760 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Cute 2 bedroom, 1 bath for rent! All brick duplex w/ washer and dryer connections and includes a detached 1 car garage with opener. Walking distance to Allen Elementary! Rent is $575, tenant is responsible for all utilities and lawn maintenance.
1 Unit Available
6426 S Vassar Ave
6426 Vassar
Wichita, KS
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1133 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
For Lease! 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths duplex with 2 car attached garage. Located in Derby, KS and close to McConnell Air Force Base, Derby School District with school bus pick up/drop off within the subdivision.
1 Unit Available
1327 E Alturas
1327 Alturas Street
Wichita, KS | South City
2 Bedrooms
$750
895 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Rent= $750/ Month, $750deposit, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, single car attached, fenced in back yard, NO PETS, NO SMOKING PLEASE.
1 Unit Available
201 E Karla
201 East Karla Avenue
Haysville, KS | Haysville
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Marchant Grove Townhomes. Luxury Independent Living 55 and older without a mortgage!! Featuring 1,100 sq. ft. of living space, 2 bedrooms, walk-in closet/storm room with concrete walls and ceiling, wide door openings, and a walk-in shower.
1 Unit Available
9916 E Kinkaid Cir.
9916 East Kinkaid Circle
Wichita, KS
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1402 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
FOR RENT: $1,150/Month and $1,150/deposit. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, twin home with a gas fire place on a cul-de-sac. Finished basement with lots of storage space!
1 Unit Available
405 N Baughman
405 N Baughman Ave
Haysville, KS | Haysville
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:43 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 405 N Baughman in Haysville. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
2250 Oliver - 1
2250 S Oliver Ave
Wichita, KS
2 Bedrooms
$650
700 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
First Month's Free! Move-in Special! 2 BR Apartment For Rent. Ashley Lane Apartments. 2 BR/1 BA apartment for rent with swimming pool, coin-op W/D, meeting room. Water/sewer/trash included. Some pets allowed. Managed by Zoul Properties.
1 Unit Available
2338 S Dellrose Ave
2338 South Dellrose Street
Wichita, KS | Meadowlark
3 Bedrooms
$850
1024 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Charming 3 Bd/1 Ba home near Cessna! - This charming 3 bedroom, 1 bath home has been updated throughout the years but still showcases some of its original characteristics.
1 Unit Available
5590 S Gold St Apt 300
5590 South Gold Street
Wichita, KS | South Seneca
2 Bedrooms
$850
1080 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/04/20 Recently renovated 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom townhome overlooking Palisade Park & lake in south Wichita.
1 Unit Available
1321 Catalina
1321 Catalina Street
Wichita, KS | South City
2 Bedrooms
$625
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1321 Catalina - Property Id: 370312 1321 Catalina Wichita, KS 67216 Rent: $625.00 Deposit: $625.00 Pets: No pets Utilities: Residents must pay all utilities including trash, water, and lawn care.
1 Unit Available
3713 E Ross Parkway 200
3713 E Ross Pkwy
Wichita, KS | Planeview
3 Bedrooms
$600
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
South Creek Apartments - Property Id: 84512 Newly renovated 72 apartments all 3 bedrooms very affordable new clubhouse, and playground. Units include washer/dryers, fridge, stove, dishwasher and microwave.
1 Unit Available
1027 E. Luther
1027 Luther Street
Wichita, KS | South City
3 Bedrooms
$825
870 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1027 E. Luther - Property Id: 404026 1027 E. Luther Wichita, KS Rent: $825.00 ?Deposit: $700.00 Pets: No pets, please Utilities: Residents pay all utilities including all lawn care, trash, and pest control.
1 Unit Available
5808 E Skinner
5808 East Skinner Street
Wichita, KS | East Mount Vernon
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
1468 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Modern Home with Fenced in Yard - 5808 E Skinner, Wichita, KS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM HOME with two living rooms and a fenced in back yard Call or text 316-290-9290 for a tour or go to https://showmojo.
1 Unit Available
124 W 47th St S
124 West 47th Street South
Wichita, KS
2 Bedrooms
$800
975 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
You will be completely surprised when you realize how many times you have driven past this home.
1 Unit Available
5902 E Kinkaid St.
5902 East Kinkaid Street
Wichita, KS | East Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$850
1031 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
5902 E Kinkaid St. Available 12/13/20 Beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bathroom near Cessna Park. - Beautiful renovated home with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and an attached garage. Excellent location near Cessna Park.
1 Unit Available
1314 E Crowley
1314 Crowley Street
Wichita, KS | South City
3 Bedrooms
$750
840 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
South City - 3 bedroom 1 bath home - 3 bed 1 bath No basement Central heat/air Carport Washer/dryer hook ups 1 car garage 840 SQFT No pets Tenant responsible for all utilities and yard 750.00 rent 600.00 deposit 35.
1 Unit Available
2730 S Southeast Dr.
2730 South Southeast Drive
Wichita, KS | K-15
3 Bedrooms
$775
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
- 900 SQFT 3 bed 1 bath Pets are negotiable with one time non refundable pet fee Please drive by before scheduling a showing 775.00 Rent 650.00 Deposit 35.
1 Unit Available
1414 E Tulsa St
1414 Tulsa Street
Wichita, KS | South City
2 Bedrooms
$850
1098 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
Nice 2 bedroom with 2 bonus rooms in the basement. Wood floors throughout, nice kitchen appliances. 1 car detached garage. Call to schedule showing today 316-530-3077 or apply at www.gogoshenrentals.com
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While some Derby 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 Derby. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Friends University, and Newman University.

City Guide

Derby
The air is so pure and the breezes so fine, the zephyrs so balmy and light, that I would not exchange my home here to range forever in azures so bright. The Kansas state song, "Home on the Range," could add a new verse about the town of Derby. This small city not too far from Wichita has much to sing about.
The air is so pure and the breezes so fine, the zephyrs so balmy and light, that I would not exchange my home here to range forever in azures so bright. The Kansas state song, "Home on the Range," could add a new verse about the town of Derby. This small city not too far from Wichita has much to sing about.

Situated nearly a half an hour southeast of Wichita, the city of Derby, Kansas, rests neatly within the middle of the nation's heartland. For a town of just over 22,000 residents, Derby combines the easy-going nature of the plains with a suburban vibrancy that provides just enough kick to everyday life. While not bothered by the hustle and bustle of a big metropolis scene, the town makes the most of its comfortably tranquil city life with a wealth of community activities and plenty of space for a variety of recreational activities. Whether you fancy the culture of the Derby Historical Museum or the adventure of the Rock River Rapids, Derby has the right atmosphere and friendly company you'll enjoy.

Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods? You're looking at it. Derby is a small community, and while cozy has an appeal all its own, you won't find much in the way of distinct neighborhoods. Instead, the town is arranged with unique sections based on the natural landscape. To the West, the Arkansas River snakes along Derby's western edge. Running along the river is State Road 15, Southeast Boulevard, or, the long way to Wichita, if you prefer.

To the East, High Park lets you know you've reached the city's eastern limit. The park is nestled up against Spring Creek, which provides local residents with all sorts of water sport activities during those warm summer days. In the middle of the park sits the High Park Recreation Commission Gymnasiums, home to all aspiring tumblers and Cirque Du Soleil wannabes. Derby residents of all ages frequent the recreation center for fun and exercise or venture out to the serene and natural wonder of Derby's largest park.

Neighborhoods
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Neighborhoods? You're looking at it. Derby is a small community, and while cozy has an appeal all its own, you won't find much in the way of distinct neighborhoods. Instead, the town is arranged with unique sections based on the natural landscape. To the West, the Arkansas River snakes along Derby's western edge. Running along the river is State Road 15, Southeast Boulevard, or, the long way to Wichita, if you prefer.

To the East, High Park lets you know you've reached the city's eastern limit. The park is nestled up against Spring Creek, which provides local residents with all sorts of water sport activities during those warm summer days. In the middle of the park sits the High Park Recreation Commission Gymnasiums, home to all aspiring tumblers and Cirque Du Soleil wannabes. Derby residents of all ages frequent the recreation center for fun and exercise or venture out to the serene and natural wonder of Derby's largest park.

Moving to Derby

Without the burden of choosing among a wide variety of neighborhoods, relocating to Derby is a much simpler process than moving to a much larger city or town. After all, Derby has just one ZIP code, so researching data to find out which area provides specifically what you're looking for will yield somewhat indistinguishable results.

Some of the town's features that you will need to consider before your move include whether you would prefer to live within easy access to the main thoroughfares and highways or whether a more remote location, near parks and a more rural section of the town suits you best. The main attractions of the city are scattered around town so there isn't a centralized hub to plan against. You can freely chose any section of Derby and feel comfortable that both Wal-Mart and Village Inn Pancake House are well-within a short drive's distance.

Moving to Derby
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Without the burden of choosing among a wide variety of neighborhoods, relocating to Derby is a much simpler process than moving to a much larger city or town. After all, Derby has just one ZIP code, so researching data to find out which area provides specifically what you're looking for will yield somewhat indistinguishable results.

Some of the town's features that you will need to consider before your move include whether you would prefer to live within easy access to the main thoroughfares and highways or whether a more remote location, near parks and a more rural section of the town suits you best. The main attractions of the city are scattered around town so there isn't a centralized hub to plan against. You can freely chose any section of Derby and feel comfortable that both Wal-Mart and Village Inn Pancake House are well-within a short drive's distance.

Living in Derby

Derby residents have plenty to keep them occupied all year long. In the warmer months, the parks and rivers offer outdoor sports and leisurely picnicking. In the winter, high school sports, the Derby Plaza Theater, Derby BowlÑthe town's popular bowling spotÑand a host of quaint dining choices provide options for fun when the weather outside gets frightful. Though Wichita is a few minutes' drive north, staying in Derby can do just fine for a less hectic night on the town or afternoon in the park.

There isn't much in the way of public transportation in Derby. Most residents get around by car or on foot; and with the easy pace of this decidedly plains state suburban community, you can rest assured that you won't have to deal with heavy traffic as you navigate the city on a stroll to Braum's Ice Cream shop for a scoop or Papa Murphy's for a take-and-bake pizza.

A packed schedule of community events draw residents from every corner of town and adjacent communities. Various Derby groups and state organizations hold events that range anywhere from a community dance held in late March to the Derby Relay for Life, a June event sponsored by the American Cancer Society to raise money and promote cancer awareness. All are welcome to the community functions and each serves as a fun and interesting way to meet with neighbors and town officials. And obviously this is a great cause to be a part of and to be participating in.

Derby is a modest town in Kansas that has a wide range of opportunities for work-life balance. Moving to the area allows new residents the chance to enjoy a calmer slice of life while providing access to an intermediate city within a few miles away. Whether you favor a more mainstream lifestyle of national retail and restaurant chains or prefer the uniquely Derby watering holes and recreation spots, Derby has what you're looking for.

Living in Derby
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Derby residents have plenty to keep them occupied all year long. In the warmer months, the parks and rivers offer outdoor sports and leisurely picnicking. In the winter, high school sports, the Derby Plaza Theater, Derby BowlÑthe town's popular bowling spotÑand a host of quaint dining choices provide options for fun when the weather outside gets frightful. Though Wichita is a few minutes' drive north, staying in Derby can do just fine for a less hectic night on the town or afternoon in the park.

There isn't much in the way of public transportation in Derby. Most residents get around by car or on foot; and with the easy pace of this decidedly plains state suburban community, you can rest assured that you won't have to deal with heavy traffic as you navigate the city on a stroll to Braum's Ice Cream shop for a scoop or Papa Murphy's for a take-and-bake pizza.

A packed schedule of community events draw residents from every corner of town and adjacent communities. Various Derby groups and state organizations hold events that range anywhere from a community dance held in late March to the Derby Relay for Life, a June event sponsored by the American Cancer Society to raise money and promote cancer awareness. All are welcome to the community functions and each serves as a fun and interesting way to meet with neighbors and town officials. And obviously this is a great cause to be a part of and to be participating in.

Derby is a modest town in Kansas that has a wide range of opportunities for work-life balance. Moving to the area allows new residents the chance to enjoy a calmer slice of life while providing access to an intermediate city within a few miles away. Whether you favor a more mainstream lifestyle of national retail and restaurant chains or prefer the uniquely Derby watering holes and recreation spots, Derby has what you're looking for.

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Derby
The air is so pure and the breezes so fine, the zephyrs so balmy and light, that I would not exchange my home here to range forever in azures so bright. The Kansas state song, "Home on the Range," could add a new verse about the town of Derby. This small city not too far from Wichita has much to sing about.
The air is so pure and the breezes so fine, the zephyrs so balmy and light, that I would not exchange my home here to range forever in azures so bright. The Kansas state song, "Home on the Range," could add a new verse about the town of Derby. This small city not too far from Wichita has much to sing about.

Situated nearly a half an hour southeast of Wichita, the city of Derby, Kansas, rests neatly within the middle of the nation's heartland. For a town of just over 22,000 residents, Derby combines the easy-going nature of the plains with a suburban vibrancy that provides just enough kick to everyday life. While not bothered by the hustle and bustle of a big metropolis scene, the town makes the most of its comfortably tranquil city life with a wealth of community activities and plenty of space for a variety of recreational activities. Whether you fancy the culture of the Derby Historical Museum or the adventure of the Rock River Rapids, Derby has the right atmosphere and friendly company you'll enjoy.

Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods? You're looking at it. Derby is a small community, and while cozy has an appeal all its own, you won't find much in the way of distinct neighborhoods. Instead, the town is arranged with unique sections based on the natural landscape. To the West, the Arkansas River snakes along Derby's western edge. Running along the river is State Road 15, Southeast Boulevard, or, the long way to Wichita, if you prefer.

To the East, High Park lets you know you've reached the city's eastern limit. The park is nestled up against Spring Creek, which provides local residents with all sorts of water sport activities during those warm summer days. In the middle of the park sits the High Park Recreation Commission Gymnasiums, home to all aspiring tumblers and Cirque Du Soleil wannabes. Derby residents of all ages frequent the recreation center for fun and exercise or venture out to the serene and natural wonder of Derby's largest park.

Neighborhoods
+

Neighborhoods? You're looking at it. Derby is a small community, and while cozy has an appeal all its own, you won't find much in the way of distinct neighborhoods. Instead, the town is arranged with unique sections based on the natural landscape. To the West, the Arkansas River snakes along Derby's western edge. Running along the river is State Road 15, Southeast Boulevard, or, the long way to Wichita, if you prefer.

To the East, High Park lets you know you've reached the city's eastern limit. The park is nestled up against Spring Creek, which provides local residents with all sorts of water sport activities during those warm summer days. In the middle of the park sits the High Park Recreation Commission Gymnasiums, home to all aspiring tumblers and Cirque Du Soleil wannabes. Derby residents of all ages frequent the recreation center for fun and exercise or venture out to the serene and natural wonder of Derby's largest park.

Moving to Derby

Without the burden of choosing among a wide variety of neighborhoods, relocating to Derby is a much simpler process than moving to a much larger city or town. After all, Derby has just one ZIP code, so researching data to find out which area provides specifically what you're looking for will yield somewhat indistinguishable results.

Some of the town's features that you will need to consider before your move include whether you would prefer to live within easy access to the main thoroughfares and highways or whether a more remote location, near parks and a more rural section of the town suits you best. The main attractions of the city are scattered around town so there isn't a centralized hub to plan against. You can freely chose any section of Derby and feel comfortable that both Wal-Mart and Village Inn Pancake House are well-within a short drive's distance.

Moving to Derby
+

Without the burden of choosing among a wide variety of neighborhoods, relocating to Derby is a much simpler process than moving to a much larger city or town. After all, Derby has just one ZIP code, so researching data to find out which area provides specifically what you're looking for will yield somewhat indistinguishable results.

Some of the town's features that you will need to consider before your move include whether you would prefer to live within easy access to the main thoroughfares and highways or whether a more remote location, near parks and a more rural section of the town suits you best. The main attractions of the city are scattered around town so there isn't a centralized hub to plan against. You can freely chose any section of Derby and feel comfortable that both Wal-Mart and Village Inn Pancake House are well-within a short drive's distance.

Living in Derby

Derby residents have plenty to keep them occupied all year long. In the warmer months, the parks and rivers offer outdoor sports and leisurely picnicking. In the winter, high school sports, the Derby Plaza Theater, Derby BowlÑthe town's popular bowling spotÑand a host of quaint dining choices provide options for fun when the weather outside gets frightful. Though Wichita is a few minutes' drive north, staying in Derby can do just fine for a less hectic night on the town or afternoon in the park.

There isn't much in the way of public transportation in Derby. Most residents get around by car or on foot; and with the easy pace of this decidedly plains state suburban community, you can rest assured that you won't have to deal with heavy traffic as you navigate the city on a stroll to Braum's Ice Cream shop for a scoop or Papa Murphy's for a take-and-bake pizza.

A packed schedule of community events draw residents from every corner of town and adjacent communities. Various Derby groups and state organizations hold events that range anywhere from a community dance held in late March to the Derby Relay for Life, a June event sponsored by the American Cancer Society to raise money and promote cancer awareness. All are welcome to the community functions and each serves as a fun and interesting way to meet with neighbors and town officials. And obviously this is a great cause to be a part of and to be participating in.

Derby is a modest town in Kansas that has a wide range of opportunities for work-life balance. Moving to the area allows new residents the chance to enjoy a calmer slice of life while providing access to an intermediate city within a few miles away. Whether you favor a more mainstream lifestyle of national retail and restaurant chains or prefer the uniquely Derby watering holes and recreation spots, Derby has what you're looking for.

Living in Derby
+

Derby residents have plenty to keep them occupied all year long. In the warmer months, the parks and rivers offer outdoor sports and leisurely picnicking. In the winter, high school sports, the Derby Plaza Theater, Derby BowlÑthe town's popular bowling spotÑand a host of quaint dining choices provide options for fun when the weather outside gets frightful. Though Wichita is a few minutes' drive north, staying in Derby can do just fine for a less hectic night on the town or afternoon in the park.

There isn't much in the way of public transportation in Derby. Most residents get around by car or on foot; and with the easy pace of this decidedly plains state suburban community, you can rest assured that you won't have to deal with heavy traffic as you navigate the city on a stroll to Braum's Ice Cream shop for a scoop or Papa Murphy's for a take-and-bake pizza.

A packed schedule of community events draw residents from every corner of town and adjacent communities. Various Derby groups and state organizations hold events that range anywhere from a community dance held in late March to the Derby Relay for Life, a June event sponsored by the American Cancer Society to raise money and promote cancer awareness. All are welcome to the community functions and each serves as a fun and interesting way to meet with neighbors and town officials. And obviously this is a great cause to be a part of and to be participating in.

Derby is a modest town in Kansas that has a wide range of opportunities for work-life balance. Moving to the area allows new residents the chance to enjoy a calmer slice of life while providing access to an intermediate city within a few miles away. Whether you favor a more mainstream lifestyle of national retail and restaurant chains or prefer the uniquely Derby watering holes and recreation spots, Derby has what you're looking for.