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8 Apartments for rent in Diamondhead, MS

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2380 Coelho Way
2380 Coelho Way
Diamondhead, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
2400 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:54 PM
Absolutely beautifully appointed 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Split bedroom plan. Large living area with fireplace. Formal and informal dining. Primary suite has large bath with soaking tub and separate shower, spacious closet with built in cabinets.
Results within 5 miles of Diamondhead
1 Unit Available
117 Demontluzin Ave.
117 Demontluzin Street
Bay St. Louis, MS
2 Bedrooms
$735
1000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 08:44 AM
Manor House Apartments has a 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment available, 1000 square feet, open floor plan, new renovations, new carpets, new appliances etc.
Results within 10 miles of Diamondhead
1 Unit Available
222 E Scenic Dr
222 E Scenic Dr
Pass Christian, MS
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1545 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:54 PM
Penthouse unit overlooking the Pass Christian Harbor! Amazing sunsets. Walking distance to restaurants, shops and entertainment. Has a bonus room and open living area.
1 Unit Available
232 E Scenic Dr
232 E Scenic Dr
Pass Christian, MS
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1450 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:54 PM
Watch the sunrise and sunset from the Beachfront Balcony in the heart of Downtown Pass Christian. Covered Parking, Walk to Shops & Restaurants. Slate Floors. Fully Furnished. Panoramic vies from the Balcony. Owner furnished all Utilities.
1 Unit Available
358 Lorraine Ave
358 Lorraine Avenue
Pass Christian, MS
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1206 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:54 PM
Nice 2 bedroom 2 bath home in Pass Christian. Call for appointment.
1 Unit Available
6110 East Pike Street
6110 East Pike Street
Hancock County, MS
4 Bedrooms
$1,095
1500 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:43 PM
This property allows self guided viewing without an appointment. Contact for details.
1 Unit Available
6120 East Quitman Street
6120 East Quitman Street
Hancock County, MS
3 Bedrooms
$895
1200 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:43 PM
This property allows self guided viewing without an appointment. Contact for details.
1 Unit Available
13780 Vidalia Rd 11
13780 Vidalia Road
Harrison County, MS
3 Bedrooms
$595
1000 sqft
Last updated December 6 at 12:22 PM
Vidalia MHC - Property Id: 97960 Rent to Own your new home today for only $99 down and half off the 1st Months Rent. Call today to view our homes, we have many to choose from $525 to $595. Call today. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.
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Apartment Rentals in Diamondhead start at $1,800/month.
How much is rent in Diamondhead?
Apartment Rentals in Diamondhead start at $1,800/month.
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While some Diamondhead 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 GuideDiamondhead
After a lengthy court battle involving the Hancock County Court and the Mississippi Supreme Court, the City of Diamondhead, Mississippi finally became incorporated as the 111th city in Mississippi in February, 2012.
After a lengthy court battle involving the Hancock County Court and the Mississippi Supreme Court, the City of Diamondhead, Mississippi finally became incorporated as the 111th city in Mississippi in February, 2012.

Diamondhead, MS was designed in the early '70s to be a quiet place to move for the nearby residents of New Orleans, Biloxi and Gulfport. The city has a Hawaiian flavor, naming the streets and community centers with Hawaiian names, and duplicating the architectural features you would expect to see there. Real estate here is among the most expensive in Mississippi, but lower than most areas of the U.S.

Moving to Diamondhead

The dream of waterfront living, and the related activities, fires up the imagination of even the most landlocked residents. Who doesn't dream of sitting on the sandy beach, listening to the waves splash in and roll out again, putting all their worries and troubles behind, at least for the moment. When you decide to move to Diamondhead, Mississippi, to enjoy that enviable lifestyle, you will need to do a few things first. Since there are no premier apartments in Diamondhead, you will have to set your sights on rental houses instead.

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the town has been rebuilding, but it is extremely hard to find apartments, or even rental houses. Anyone contemplating the move will need to start looking well in advance for their rental homes, and be prepared to submit an application as soon as a place becomes available. You will need to make sure your credit score is good, and be ready to supply references, because rental properties do not stay on the market for long. And don't forget to bring what all landlords are looking for... money. Most places want the first month's rent plus a security deposit insuring against any damage that you may cause during your tenancy -- this amount will vary with the property and the landlord. You will also need to consider the travel time from and to your employment to your new house and factor in the cost of that commute.

Moving to Diamondhead
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The dream of waterfront living, and the related activities, fires up the imagination of even the most landlocked residents. Who doesn't dream of sitting on the sandy beach, listening to the waves splash in and roll out again, putting all their worries and troubles behind, at least for the moment. When you decide to move to Diamondhead, Mississippi, to enjoy that enviable lifestyle, you will need to do a few things first. Since there are no premier apartments in Diamondhead, you will have to set your sights on rental houses instead.

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the town has been rebuilding, but it is extremely hard to find apartments, or even rental houses. Anyone contemplating the move will need to start looking well in advance for their rental homes, and be prepared to submit an application as soon as a place becomes available. You will need to make sure your credit score is good, and be ready to supply references, because rental properties do not stay on the market for long. And don't forget to bring what all landlords are looking for... money. Most places want the first month's rent plus a security deposit insuring against any damage that you may cause during your tenancy -- this amount will vary with the property and the landlord. You will also need to consider the travel time from and to your employment to your new house and factor in the cost of that commute.

Neighborhoods

Diamondhead does not have any distinguishable areas, and is considered to be "one" neighborhood. Wherever you go in the city, you will have to go by car, since there is absolutely no public transportation. There are taxis, of course, and riding your bike will usually get you where you need to go, but unless you live close to one of the few stores that pop up around town, you won't be walking. If golfing is of interest to you, you may want to live in Molokai Condo Village, which is known to be a golfing community, and is about as close to the courses as safety will permit.

Neighborhoods
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Diamondhead does not have any distinguishable areas, and is considered to be "one" neighborhood. Wherever you go in the city, you will have to go by car, since there is absolutely no public transportation. There are taxis, of course, and riding your bike will usually get you where you need to go, but unless you live close to one of the few stores that pop up around town, you won't be walking. If golfing is of interest to you, you may want to live in Molokai Condo Village, which is known to be a golfing community, and is about as close to the courses as safety will permit.

Living in Town

If you like to shop, this town isn't for you. Yes, there are stores.... quaint, small town type of stores, but if you're looking for malls and other crowded places to be, you'll have to go to New Orleans, La., about 52 miles west, or Biloxi, MS., 37 miles to the east. If you prefer other activities, there are plenty of things to do in Diamondhead. There are two 18-hole golf courses, complete with the only indoor/outdoor golf academy on the gulf. The allure of the ocean brings a desire to participate in an abundance of aquatic activities, ranging from swimming to boating to scuba diving. The scenery is spectacular, and many people just enjoy the warm ocean breezes as they walk along the many waterfronts. You will find clubs to suit your interests, whatever they may be, from fishing and boating, to gardening and bridge, to dance and performing arts. No need to stay home!

Living in Town
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If you like to shop, this town isn't for you. Yes, there are stores.... quaint, small town type of stores, but if you're looking for malls and other crowded places to be, you'll have to go to New Orleans, La., about 52 miles west, or Biloxi, MS., 37 miles to the east. If you prefer other activities, there are plenty of things to do in Diamondhead. There are two 18-hole golf courses, complete with the only indoor/outdoor golf academy on the gulf. The allure of the ocean brings a desire to participate in an abundance of aquatic activities, ranging from swimming to boating to scuba diving. The scenery is spectacular, and many people just enjoy the warm ocean breezes as they walk along the many waterfronts. You will find clubs to suit your interests, whatever they may be, from fishing and boating, to gardening and bridge, to dance and performing arts. No need to stay home!

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City GuideDiamondhead
After a lengthy court battle involving the Hancock County Court and the Mississippi Supreme Court, the City of Diamondhead, Mississippi finally became incorporated as the 111th city in Mississippi in February, 2012.
After a lengthy court battle involving the Hancock County Court and the Mississippi Supreme Court, the City of Diamondhead, Mississippi finally became incorporated as the 111th city in Mississippi in February, 2012.

Diamondhead, MS was designed in the early '70s to be a quiet place to move for the nearby residents of New Orleans, Biloxi and Gulfport. The city has a Hawaiian flavor, naming the streets and community centers with Hawaiian names, and duplicating the architectural features you would expect to see there. Real estate here is among the most expensive in Mississippi, but lower than most areas of the U.S.

Moving to Diamondhead

The dream of waterfront living, and the related activities, fires up the imagination of even the most landlocked residents. Who doesn't dream of sitting on the sandy beach, listening to the waves splash in and roll out again, putting all their worries and troubles behind, at least for the moment. When you decide to move to Diamondhead, Mississippi, to enjoy that enviable lifestyle, you will need to do a few things first. Since there are no premier apartments in Diamondhead, you will have to set your sights on rental houses instead.

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the town has been rebuilding, but it is extremely hard to find apartments, or even rental houses. Anyone contemplating the move will need to start looking well in advance for their rental homes, and be prepared to submit an application as soon as a place becomes available. You will need to make sure your credit score is good, and be ready to supply references, because rental properties do not stay on the market for long. And don't forget to bring what all landlords are looking for... money. Most places want the first month's rent plus a security deposit insuring against any damage that you may cause during your tenancy -- this amount will vary with the property and the landlord. You will also need to consider the travel time from and to your employment to your new house and factor in the cost of that commute.

Moving to Diamondhead
+

The dream of waterfront living, and the related activities, fires up the imagination of even the most landlocked residents. Who doesn't dream of sitting on the sandy beach, listening to the waves splash in and roll out again, putting all their worries and troubles behind, at least for the moment. When you decide to move to Diamondhead, Mississippi, to enjoy that enviable lifestyle, you will need to do a few things first. Since there are no premier apartments in Diamondhead, you will have to set your sights on rental houses instead.

Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the town has been rebuilding, but it is extremely hard to find apartments, or even rental houses. Anyone contemplating the move will need to start looking well in advance for their rental homes, and be prepared to submit an application as soon as a place becomes available. You will need to make sure your credit score is good, and be ready to supply references, because rental properties do not stay on the market for long. And don't forget to bring what all landlords are looking for... money. Most places want the first month's rent plus a security deposit insuring against any damage that you may cause during your tenancy -- this amount will vary with the property and the landlord. You will also need to consider the travel time from and to your employment to your new house and factor in the cost of that commute.

Neighborhoods

Diamondhead does not have any distinguishable areas, and is considered to be "one" neighborhood. Wherever you go in the city, you will have to go by car, since there is absolutely no public transportation. There are taxis, of course, and riding your bike will usually get you where you need to go, but unless you live close to one of the few stores that pop up around town, you won't be walking. If golfing is of interest to you, you may want to live in Molokai Condo Village, which is known to be a golfing community, and is about as close to the courses as safety will permit.

Neighborhoods
+

Diamondhead does not have any distinguishable areas, and is considered to be "one" neighborhood. Wherever you go in the city, you will have to go by car, since there is absolutely no public transportation. There are taxis, of course, and riding your bike will usually get you where you need to go, but unless you live close to one of the few stores that pop up around town, you won't be walking. If golfing is of interest to you, you may want to live in Molokai Condo Village, which is known to be a golfing community, and is about as close to the courses as safety will permit.

Living in Town

If you like to shop, this town isn't for you. Yes, there are stores.... quaint, small town type of stores, but if you're looking for malls and other crowded places to be, you'll have to go to New Orleans, La., about 52 miles west, or Biloxi, MS., 37 miles to the east. If you prefer other activities, there are plenty of things to do in Diamondhead. There are two 18-hole golf courses, complete with the only indoor/outdoor golf academy on the gulf. The allure of the ocean brings a desire to participate in an abundance of aquatic activities, ranging from swimming to boating to scuba diving. The scenery is spectacular, and many people just enjoy the warm ocean breezes as they walk along the many waterfronts. You will find clubs to suit your interests, whatever they may be, from fishing and boating, to gardening and bridge, to dance and performing arts. No need to stay home!

Living in Town
+

If you like to shop, this town isn't for you. Yes, there are stores.... quaint, small town type of stores, but if you're looking for malls and other crowded places to be, you'll have to go to New Orleans, La., about 52 miles west, or Biloxi, MS., 37 miles to the east. If you prefer other activities, there are plenty of things to do in Diamondhead. There are two 18-hole golf courses, complete with the only indoor/outdoor golf academy on the gulf. The allure of the ocean brings a desire to participate in an abundance of aquatic activities, ranging from swimming to boating to scuba diving. The scenery is spectacular, and many people just enjoy the warm ocean breezes as they walk along the many waterfronts. You will find clubs to suit your interests, whatever they may be, from fishing and boating, to gardening and bridge, to dance and performing arts. No need to stay home!