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1915 Garden St
1915 Garden Street
Duluth, MN | Chester Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1440 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:21 AM
Super charming Chester Park home. This property is walking distance to UMD and CSS. Close to shopping, dining and to bus line. The home features a large living room with fireplace that connects to a formal dining area.
1 Unit Available
1007 N 17th St
1007 North 17th Street
Superior, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1496 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:21 AM
This charming three bedroom, one bathroom home is located within walking distance from the UW-Superior campus. The home offers hardwood flooring throughout the kitchen and dining room.
1 Unit Available
1402 N 19th St
1402 North 19th Street
Superior, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1786 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:21 AM
This three bedroom, one bathroom single- family home is located close to local businesses, restaurants, and schools. The home has recently been updated with new flooring and carpet on the main floor and new paint throughout.
1 Unit Available
2018 E 6th St
2018 East 6th Street
Superior, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1288 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:21 AM
This charming single-family home is located in Superior's East End neighborhood. The two-story home includes three bedrooms, all on the second level, and one bathroom.
1 Unit Available
426 N 9th Ave E
426 North 9th Avenue East
Duluth, MN | East End
2 Bedrooms
$950
800 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:09 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom upper duplex in East Hillside. Amenities included: balcony and deck. Utilities included: heat, gas and water. Is not pet friendly. Date Available: Jan 1st 2021. $950/month rent. $850 security deposit required.
1 Unit Available
423 N 15th Ave E
423 North 15th Avenue East
Duluth, MN | East End
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1480 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:09 AM
Amazing 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Duluth. Amenities included: laundry in building. Utilities included: heat, gas and water. Is not pet friendly. Date Available: Nov 1st 2020. $1,550/month rent. $1,550 security deposit required.
1 Unit Available
1410 N 11th st
1410 North 11th Street
Superior, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
1410 n 11th - Property Id: 262746 3 bedroom home Beautiful property located steps from the park. Recently remodeled with new carpet, paint and kitchen and bath fixtures...".
1 Unit Available
1313 N 20th Ave E
1313 North 20th Avenue East
Duluth, MN | Chester Park
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
1313 N 20th Ave E Available 06/01/20 AVAILABLE JUNE 1ST - 4 Bedroom Home Close to Campus! - Don't miss your opportunity to live in this great 4 bedroom house that is walking distance to UMD! This very clean, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home available June
1 Unit Available
32 Laurel Ave
32 Laurel Avenue
Superior, WI
4 Bedrooms
$1,250
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Available 06/01/20 32 laurel st superior wi Newly remodeled from top to bottom! 4 bedroom 1 and a half bath home with Brand new just built 2 stall garage.
1 Unit Available
509 Spear Ave
509 Spear Avenue
Duluth, MN | Congdon
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1221 sqft
Last updated April 7 at 10:59 AM
509 Spear Ave Available 06/01/20 AVAILABLE JUNE 1ST - Stunning Remodeled Home Close To Morley Heights Park! - TO SCHEDULE A SHOWING, PLEASE SELECT THE COSIGNER OPTION Be the first to see this beautiful home! This home has two great porches for
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How much is rent in Hermantown?
Apartment Rentals in Hermantown start at $1,850/month.
How much is rent in Hermantown?
Apartment Rentals in Hermantown start at $1,850/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hermantown?
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While some Hermantown 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 Hermantown 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 Hermantown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Minnesota-Duluth.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hermantown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Minnesota-Duluth.

City Guide

Hermantown
Although it was not incorporated as a city until 1975, Hermantown began to rise to prominence during the Great Depression, when the federal government designated the open space west of Duluth as the ideal site for a subsistence homestead project later referred to as the Jackson Project. A number of Hermantown residents still live in Jackson homes, which can be distinguished by their brick structures and attached garages, which double as barns.
Although it was not incorporated as a city until 1975, Hermantown began to rise to prominence during the Great Depression, when the federal government designated the open space west of Duluth as the ideal site for a subsistence homestead project later referred to as the Jackson Project. A number of Hermantown residents still live in Jackson homes, which can be distinguished by their brick structures and attached garages, which double as barns.

Directly to the west of Duluth lies a small city that, at times, feels like a Duluth-Superior suburb. Despite its relatively small population of 9,414 and the frequency with which residents commute to the Duluth area, Hermantown remains a distinctive commercial and cultural center in its own right. Over the years, the rapidly expanding outer reaches of Duluth have spilled over into Hermantown, but instead of simply becoming yet another Duluth neighborhood, Hermantown has retained its unique feel as a slightly rural enclave in which residents can escape the industrialism of Duluth for pristine natural scenery and a much-needed breath of fresh air.

Moving To Hermantown

Living On The Edge Of Duluth

Many residents of Duluth regard Hermantown as an extension of their city rather than a city in its own right. Those currently living in Hermantown know better; life in the self-described "City of Quality Living" is still considerably different than that in the western half of the Twin Ports. Perhaps the biggest difference between the two cities is the greater sense of space available in Hermantown. Over the years Duluth's presence on the edge of Lake Superior has lent it a slightly claustrophobic feel, which, while appealing to those intrigued by the city's burgeoning cosmopolitan sophistication, may be problematic for anyone seeking peace and quiet. Hermantown still retains a slightly agricultural feel, even if it is no longer technically a rural community.

Types Of Housing In Hermantown

Although there is a diverse array of housing opportunities available in Hermantown, single-family homes and duplexes are far more abundant than one or two bedroom apartments. That being said, as the outer edges of Duluth continue to encroach on Hermantown territory, a greater number of apartment complexes have become available. The vast majority of these are located along the eastern edge of Hermantown, although studio apartments can also be found near Stebner Road.

Seasonal Moving Considerations

As in any smaller town or city in Minnesota, it's important to take the time of year into consideration when you're thinking of moving into Hermantown rental properties. Although a move from Duluth to Hermantown is incredibly easy any time of the year, the same cannot be said if you are arriving from the Twin Cities, or, even worse, out of state. Winter weather can often plug up Hermantown's main routes, making moving not only difficult, but potentially dangerous. You're far better off planning to move during the spring, summer or fall, when the roads are in pristine condition.

Moving To Hermantown
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Living On The Edge Of Duluth

Many residents of Duluth regard Hermantown as an extension of their city rather than a city in its own right. Those currently living in Hermantown know better; life in the self-described "City of Quality Living" is still considerably different than that in the western half of the Twin Ports. Perhaps the biggest difference between the two cities is the greater sense of space available in Hermantown. Over the years Duluth's presence on the edge of Lake Superior has lent it a slightly claustrophobic feel, which, while appealing to those intrigued by the city's burgeoning cosmopolitan sophistication, may be problematic for anyone seeking peace and quiet. Hermantown still retains a slightly agricultural feel, even if it is no longer technically a rural community.

Types Of Housing In Hermantown

Although there is a diverse array of housing opportunities available in Hermantown, single-family homes and duplexes are far more abundant than one or two bedroom apartments. That being said, as the outer edges of Duluth continue to encroach on Hermantown territory, a greater number of apartment complexes have become available. The vast majority of these are located along the eastern edge of Hermantown, although studio apartments can also be found near Stebner Road.

Seasonal Moving Considerations

As in any smaller town or city in Minnesota, it's important to take the time of year into consideration when you're thinking of moving into Hermantown rental properties. Although a move from Duluth to Hermantown is incredibly easy any time of the year, the same cannot be said if you are arriving from the Twin Cities, or, even worse, out of state. Winter weather can often plug up Hermantown's main routes, making moving not only difficult, but potentially dangerous. You're far better off planning to move during the spring, summer or fall, when the roads are in pristine condition.

Hermantown Neighborhoods

Hermantown is home to several distinctive neighborhoods. In order to make sure you like living in Hermantown, you should do research about its neighborhoods before you go. After all, it doesn't make sense to move into an apartment you like if you hate the area that surrounds it! The following are particular worth checking out:

Hermantown: The center of Hermantown, situated on Maple Grove Road, is a quiet place, but it has some commercial offerings. You can find stores like One on One Pools and Spas, as well as the popular Hermantown Community Park. There's a lot of activity in this part of town compared to the rest of Hermantown, so consider here if you like a little hustle and bustle around home.

Airpark: Airpark is also a good mixture of suburban residential real estate and commercial real estate, which means that there's a mix of quiet living and things to do. Shop at places like Ferguson or Dey Distributing, or enjoy the homes on Rice Lake Rd.

Proctor: Proctor is one of the most popular residential neighborhoods in town. It's made up mostly of residential neighborhoods and single family homes. This is a great area for commuters to consider living because it has easy access to big roads. From here you can hop on Highway-2 in a jiffy. This area has its own golf course, the Proctor Golf Course, as well as pretty parks like Klang Park and Bay View School Forest just nearby.

Piedmont: This area is closer to Duluth than many of the others. Because of that and its convenience to the big city, it's one of the most popular and populated neighborhoods in town. In Piedmont, you'll find shops for clothing like Arthur's Mens Formal Wear, as well as the lovely Piedmont Park. Piedmont Park isn't the only spot for outdoor lovers in this area. It's also home to Miller Creek Disc Golf Course and the Piedmont Trailhead.

Hermantown Neighborhoods
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Hermantown is home to several distinctive neighborhoods. In order to make sure you like living in Hermantown, you should do research about its neighborhoods before you go. After all, it doesn't make sense to move into an apartment you like if you hate the area that surrounds it! The following are particular worth checking out:

Hermantown: The center of Hermantown, situated on Maple Grove Road, is a quiet place, but it has some commercial offerings. You can find stores like One on One Pools and Spas, as well as the popular Hermantown Community Park. There's a lot of activity in this part of town compared to the rest of Hermantown, so consider here if you like a little hustle and bustle around home.

Airpark: Airpark is also a good mixture of suburban residential real estate and commercial real estate, which means that there's a mix of quiet living and things to do. Shop at places like Ferguson or Dey Distributing, or enjoy the homes on Rice Lake Rd.

Proctor: Proctor is one of the most popular residential neighborhoods in town. It's made up mostly of residential neighborhoods and single family homes. This is a great area for commuters to consider living because it has easy access to big roads. From here you can hop on Highway-2 in a jiffy. This area has its own golf course, the Proctor Golf Course, as well as pretty parks like Klang Park and Bay View School Forest just nearby.

Piedmont: This area is closer to Duluth than many of the others. Because of that and its convenience to the big city, it's one of the most popular and populated neighborhoods in town. In Piedmont, you'll find shops for clothing like Arthur's Mens Formal Wear, as well as the lovely Piedmont Park. Piedmont Park isn't the only spot for outdoor lovers in this area. It's also home to Miller Creek Disc Golf Course and the Piedmont Trailhead.

Living In Hermantown

Living in Hermantown is a bit like living in a suburb of the Twin Cities, with Duluth replacing Minneapolis or St. Paul as the cultural center. Residents generally escape to their Hermantown apartments in hope of enjoying a little peace and quiet, but when they're in the mood for nightclubs or trendy restaurants, they wind up driving or taking the bus into downtown Duluth.

That being said, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep residents entertained without forcing them to travel beyond Hermantown's borders. Outdoor recreation is a definite plus here, with many residents of Duluth actually traveling out to Hermantown in order to make use of the Fichtner Field and the Sunrise Memorial Park War Memorial.

When the weather is too cold for all but the hardiest of Minnesotans, the residents of Hermantown enjoy hunkering down with delicious food. Perhaps this explains why a city with fewer than 10,000 residents is home to so many excellent restaurants. Popular dining locations in Hermantown include Sammy's Pizza, McKenzie's Bar & Grill, Zen House, Farley's Family Restaurant and the Maya Family Mexican Restaurant. As with most of Hermantown's other major attractions, the vast majority of these eateries can be found along the city's western edge.

Living In Hermantown
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Living in Hermantown is a bit like living in a suburb of the Twin Cities, with Duluth replacing Minneapolis or St. Paul as the cultural center. Residents generally escape to their Hermantown apartments in hope of enjoying a little peace and quiet, but when they're in the mood for nightclubs or trendy restaurants, they wind up driving or taking the bus into downtown Duluth.

That being said, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep residents entertained without forcing them to travel beyond Hermantown's borders. Outdoor recreation is a definite plus here, with many residents of Duluth actually traveling out to Hermantown in order to make use of the Fichtner Field and the Sunrise Memorial Park War Memorial.

When the weather is too cold for all but the hardiest of Minnesotans, the residents of Hermantown enjoy hunkering down with delicious food. Perhaps this explains why a city with fewer than 10,000 residents is home to so many excellent restaurants. Popular dining locations in Hermantown include Sammy's Pizza, McKenzie's Bar & Grill, Zen House, Farley's Family Restaurant and the Maya Family Mexican Restaurant. As with most of Hermantown's other major attractions, the vast majority of these eateries can be found along the city's western edge.

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City Guide

Hermantown
Although it was not incorporated as a city until 1975, Hermantown began to rise to prominence during the Great Depression, when the federal government designated the open space west of Duluth as the ideal site for a subsistence homestead project later referred to as the Jackson Project. A number of Hermantown residents still live in Jackson homes, which can be distinguished by their brick structures and attached garages, which double as barns.
Although it was not incorporated as a city until 1975, Hermantown began to rise to prominence during the Great Depression, when the federal government designated the open space west of Duluth as the ideal site for a subsistence homestead project later referred to as the Jackson Project. A number of Hermantown residents still live in Jackson homes, which can be distinguished by their brick structures and attached garages, which double as barns.

Directly to the west of Duluth lies a small city that, at times, feels like a Duluth-Superior suburb. Despite its relatively small population of 9,414 and the frequency with which residents commute to the Duluth area, Hermantown remains a distinctive commercial and cultural center in its own right. Over the years, the rapidly expanding outer reaches of Duluth have spilled over into Hermantown, but instead of simply becoming yet another Duluth neighborhood, Hermantown has retained its unique feel as a slightly rural enclave in which residents can escape the industrialism of Duluth for pristine natural scenery and a much-needed breath of fresh air.

Moving To Hermantown

Living On The Edge Of Duluth

Many residents of Duluth regard Hermantown as an extension of their city rather than a city in its own right. Those currently living in Hermantown know better; life in the self-described "City of Quality Living" is still considerably different than that in the western half of the Twin Ports. Perhaps the biggest difference between the two cities is the greater sense of space available in Hermantown. Over the years Duluth's presence on the edge of Lake Superior has lent it a slightly claustrophobic feel, which, while appealing to those intrigued by the city's burgeoning cosmopolitan sophistication, may be problematic for anyone seeking peace and quiet. Hermantown still retains a slightly agricultural feel, even if it is no longer technically a rural community.

Types Of Housing In Hermantown

Although there is a diverse array of housing opportunities available in Hermantown, single-family homes and duplexes are far more abundant than one or two bedroom apartments. That being said, as the outer edges of Duluth continue to encroach on Hermantown territory, a greater number of apartment complexes have become available. The vast majority of these are located along the eastern edge of Hermantown, although studio apartments can also be found near Stebner Road.

Seasonal Moving Considerations

As in any smaller town or city in Minnesota, it's important to take the time of year into consideration when you're thinking of moving into Hermantown rental properties. Although a move from Duluth to Hermantown is incredibly easy any time of the year, the same cannot be said if you are arriving from the Twin Cities, or, even worse, out of state. Winter weather can often plug up Hermantown's main routes, making moving not only difficult, but potentially dangerous. You're far better off planning to move during the spring, summer or fall, when the roads are in pristine condition.

Moving To Hermantown
+

Living On The Edge Of Duluth

Many residents of Duluth regard Hermantown as an extension of their city rather than a city in its own right. Those currently living in Hermantown know better; life in the self-described "City of Quality Living" is still considerably different than that in the western half of the Twin Ports. Perhaps the biggest difference between the two cities is the greater sense of space available in Hermantown. Over the years Duluth's presence on the edge of Lake Superior has lent it a slightly claustrophobic feel, which, while appealing to those intrigued by the city's burgeoning cosmopolitan sophistication, may be problematic for anyone seeking peace and quiet. Hermantown still retains a slightly agricultural feel, even if it is no longer technically a rural community.

Types Of Housing In Hermantown

Although there is a diverse array of housing opportunities available in Hermantown, single-family homes and duplexes are far more abundant than one or two bedroom apartments. That being said, as the outer edges of Duluth continue to encroach on Hermantown territory, a greater number of apartment complexes have become available. The vast majority of these are located along the eastern edge of Hermantown, although studio apartments can also be found near Stebner Road.

Seasonal Moving Considerations

As in any smaller town or city in Minnesota, it's important to take the time of year into consideration when you're thinking of moving into Hermantown rental properties. Although a move from Duluth to Hermantown is incredibly easy any time of the year, the same cannot be said if you are arriving from the Twin Cities, or, even worse, out of state. Winter weather can often plug up Hermantown's main routes, making moving not only difficult, but potentially dangerous. You're far better off planning to move during the spring, summer or fall, when the roads are in pristine condition.

Hermantown Neighborhoods

Hermantown is home to several distinctive neighborhoods. In order to make sure you like living in Hermantown, you should do research about its neighborhoods before you go. After all, it doesn't make sense to move into an apartment you like if you hate the area that surrounds it! The following are particular worth checking out:

Hermantown: The center of Hermantown, situated on Maple Grove Road, is a quiet place, but it has some commercial offerings. You can find stores like One on One Pools and Spas, as well as the popular Hermantown Community Park. There's a lot of activity in this part of town compared to the rest of Hermantown, so consider here if you like a little hustle and bustle around home.

Airpark: Airpark is also a good mixture of suburban residential real estate and commercial real estate, which means that there's a mix of quiet living and things to do. Shop at places like Ferguson or Dey Distributing, or enjoy the homes on Rice Lake Rd.

Proctor: Proctor is one of the most popular residential neighborhoods in town. It's made up mostly of residential neighborhoods and single family homes. This is a great area for commuters to consider living because it has easy access to big roads. From here you can hop on Highway-2 in a jiffy. This area has its own golf course, the Proctor Golf Course, as well as pretty parks like Klang Park and Bay View School Forest just nearby.

Piedmont: This area is closer to Duluth than many of the others. Because of that and its convenience to the big city, it's one of the most popular and populated neighborhoods in town. In Piedmont, you'll find shops for clothing like Arthur's Mens Formal Wear, as well as the lovely Piedmont Park. Piedmont Park isn't the only spot for outdoor lovers in this area. It's also home to Miller Creek Disc Golf Course and the Piedmont Trailhead.

Hermantown Neighborhoods
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Hermantown is home to several distinctive neighborhoods. In order to make sure you like living in Hermantown, you should do research about its neighborhoods before you go. After all, it doesn't make sense to move into an apartment you like if you hate the area that surrounds it! The following are particular worth checking out:

Hermantown: The center of Hermantown, situated on Maple Grove Road, is a quiet place, but it has some commercial offerings. You can find stores like One on One Pools and Spas, as well as the popular Hermantown Community Park. There's a lot of activity in this part of town compared to the rest of Hermantown, so consider here if you like a little hustle and bustle around home.

Airpark: Airpark is also a good mixture of suburban residential real estate and commercial real estate, which means that there's a mix of quiet living and things to do. Shop at places like Ferguson or Dey Distributing, or enjoy the homes on Rice Lake Rd.

Proctor: Proctor is one of the most popular residential neighborhoods in town. It's made up mostly of residential neighborhoods and single family homes. This is a great area for commuters to consider living because it has easy access to big roads. From here you can hop on Highway-2 in a jiffy. This area has its own golf course, the Proctor Golf Course, as well as pretty parks like Klang Park and Bay View School Forest just nearby.

Piedmont: This area is closer to Duluth than many of the others. Because of that and its convenience to the big city, it's one of the most popular and populated neighborhoods in town. In Piedmont, you'll find shops for clothing like Arthur's Mens Formal Wear, as well as the lovely Piedmont Park. Piedmont Park isn't the only spot for outdoor lovers in this area. It's also home to Miller Creek Disc Golf Course and the Piedmont Trailhead.

Living In Hermantown

Living in Hermantown is a bit like living in a suburb of the Twin Cities, with Duluth replacing Minneapolis or St. Paul as the cultural center. Residents generally escape to their Hermantown apartments in hope of enjoying a little peace and quiet, but when they're in the mood for nightclubs or trendy restaurants, they wind up driving or taking the bus into downtown Duluth.

That being said, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep residents entertained without forcing them to travel beyond Hermantown's borders. Outdoor recreation is a definite plus here, with many residents of Duluth actually traveling out to Hermantown in order to make use of the Fichtner Field and the Sunrise Memorial Park War Memorial.

When the weather is too cold for all but the hardiest of Minnesotans, the residents of Hermantown enjoy hunkering down with delicious food. Perhaps this explains why a city with fewer than 10,000 residents is home to so many excellent restaurants. Popular dining locations in Hermantown include Sammy's Pizza, McKenzie's Bar & Grill, Zen House, Farley's Family Restaurant and the Maya Family Mexican Restaurant. As with most of Hermantown's other major attractions, the vast majority of these eateries can be found along the city's western edge.

Living In Hermantown
+

Living in Hermantown is a bit like living in a suburb of the Twin Cities, with Duluth replacing Minneapolis or St. Paul as the cultural center. Residents generally escape to their Hermantown apartments in hope of enjoying a little peace and quiet, but when they're in the mood for nightclubs or trendy restaurants, they wind up driving or taking the bus into downtown Duluth.

That being said, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep residents entertained without forcing them to travel beyond Hermantown's borders. Outdoor recreation is a definite plus here, with many residents of Duluth actually traveling out to Hermantown in order to make use of the Fichtner Field and the Sunrise Memorial Park War Memorial.

When the weather is too cold for all but the hardiest of Minnesotans, the residents of Hermantown enjoy hunkering down with delicious food. Perhaps this explains why a city with fewer than 10,000 residents is home to so many excellent restaurants. Popular dining locations in Hermantown include Sammy's Pizza, McKenzie's Bar & Grill, Zen House, Farley's Family Restaurant and the Maya Family Mexican Restaurant. As with most of Hermantown's other major attractions, the vast majority of these eateries can be found along the city's western edge.