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8 Apartments for rent in Helena Valley West Central, MT

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7265 Rosemary Drive
7265 Rosemary Drive
Helena Valley West Central, MT
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1477 sqft
Last updated April 12 at 10:26 AM
Pet Friendly - Three Bedroom Home on Corner Lot! - This 3 bedroom 2 bath home in the valley sits on a corner lot with a fenced yard.
1 Unit Available
3810 Green Meadow Dr
3810 Green Meadow Drive
Helena Valley West Central, MT
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
800 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
Available 04/20/20 2 bedroom w/ garage on acreage - Property Id: 252795 Available APRIL 20. This GROUND FLOOR 2 bedroom unit is located one mile off of Custer Ave on Green Meadow Drive giving it a rural feel but close to town.
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1 Unit Available
331 State Street
331 State Street
Helena, MT
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1006 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 08:33 PM
Month-to-month lease available!! This fully-furnished historic home has gorgeously updated kitchen & bath, high ceilings, and remarkable access to trails. Beautiful hardwoods throughout, and storage in basement and butlers pantry.
1 Unit Available
659 Jena Loop
659 Jena Loop
Helena Valley Northwest, MT
3 Bedrooms
$1,995
2056 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 08:33 PM
This pet friendly 3 bed, 3 bath single family home features a massive fully fenced back yard, a double car attached garage, over 2000 sq feet of room, two living areas, back deck, all out in a very quiet area north of Helena.
1 Unit Available
1450 Charlie Russell Drive
1450 Charlie Russell Drive
Helena, MT
5 Bedrooms
$1,850
2924 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 10:15 AM
5 Bedroom 3-1/2 Bath House For Rent - This 5 Bedroom 3-1/2 Bath house is located on the west side of Helena at the foot of Mt. Helena. It has a fully fenced yard. Two large decks offer a great view of the valley to the north.
1 Unit Available
3225 Le Grande Cannon Blvd
3225 Le Grande Cannon Boulevard
Helena West Side, MT
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1224 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Available 05/01/20 Views! 2-BR/2Ba Home for Rent - Property Id: 251096 Helena West Side.
1 Unit Available
1006 Breckenridge Street
1006 Breckenridge Street
Helena, MT
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1116 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Two Bedroom Furnished Home with fenced in yard! Pet Friendly! - **Due to the Shelter-in-Place order, we will not be doing any showings until 4/13** This partially furnished two bedroom home features a bonus loft area, washer and dryer, off street
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1 Unit Available
5611 Mountain Heritage Road C
5611 Mountain Heritage Road
Helena Valley Northeast, MT
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1350 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
New Custom 2 Bd/ 2.5 Ba, Gourment Kitchen Granite - Property Id: 76 New Built Custom 2 Bed/ 2 1/2 Bath, Granite, Stainless gourmet kitchen, Tile floors 9' ceilings, Office. 1600sq, attached garage. Views of the lake & City.
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Apartment Rentals in Helena Valley West Central start at $1,050/month.
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City Guide

Helena Valley West Central
"Gold and cows and chopping trees / these are the industries of Helena, Montana. They serve your eggs with butter and there were Peeps in the gutter / Oh, Helena, Montana. We played Frisbee at the capital / and looked at lots of belt buckles / Helena, Montana. Please check your guns at the door / fat guy in a candy store; Helena Montana." --Hank Green, "Helena Montana"
"Gold and cows and chopping trees / these are the industries of Helena, Montana. They serve your eggs with butter and there were Peeps in the gutter / Oh, Helena, Montana. We played Frisbee at the capital / and looked at lots of belt buckles / Helena, Montana. Please check your guns at the door / fat guy in a candy store; Helena Montana." --Hank Green, "Helena Montana"

Folks from Montana love to tell outsiders that the place is too cold to live. The truth is that they love it and just want to keep other people away! The area of Helena Valley West Central is just six and a half miles from Helena, the capital of Montana. It boasts a small-town vibe, yet is close to everything the bigger city has to offer. Property values are on the rise, as is the population, but it still remains tiny, with a population of fewer than 8,000 people.

Moving to Helena Valley West Central

Though the population is small, the town is scattered liberally across almost 27 miles, so there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. But the area doesn't truly have four seasons. Winters are brutally cold, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Fahrenheit, regularly dropping to around zero. The town gets about 47 inches of snowfall per year. It's best to search for apartments during the summer months to avoid weather delays.

Summers are extremely mild, usually topping out around 85 degrees. The average summer temperature is 69 degrees, with not much rainfall. Helena Valley West Central gets less than 12 inches of rain per year. Most of the precipitation here falls in its frozen form.

Rental houses here are above the state average, but renting in Helena Valley West Central is still quite affordable. In fact, many people who work in the city of Helena live here to pay more reasonable prices. Options for renters include single-family dwellings, duplexes, townhomes and apartment buildings.

Moving to Helena Valley West Central
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Though the population is small, the town is scattered liberally across almost 27 miles, so there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. But the area doesn't truly have four seasons. Winters are brutally cold, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Fahrenheit, regularly dropping to around zero. The town gets about 47 inches of snowfall per year. It's best to search for apartments during the summer months to avoid weather delays.

Summers are extremely mild, usually topping out around 85 degrees. The average summer temperature is 69 degrees, with not much rainfall. Helena Valley West Central gets less than 12 inches of rain per year. Most of the precipitation here falls in its frozen form.

Rental houses here are above the state average, but renting in Helena Valley West Central is still quite affordable. In fact, many people who work in the city of Helena live here to pay more reasonable prices. Options for renters include single-family dwellings, duplexes, townhomes and apartment buildings.

Neighborhoods

While Helena Valley West Central may be too small for neighborhoods, rental properties include a variety of cozy studio apartments, roomier three-bedroom apartments and larger dwellings like rental houses. Rent prices aren't cheap or exorbitant. Some smaller apartments are available, with prices increasing according to the amenities offered by the apartment complex. Housing for rent in Helena Valley West Central is also available for a reasonable price.

Neighborhoods
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While Helena Valley West Central may be too small for neighborhoods, rental properties include a variety of cozy studio apartments, roomier three-bedroom apartments and larger dwellings like rental houses. Rent prices aren't cheap or exorbitant. Some smaller apartments are available, with prices increasing according to the amenities offered by the apartment complex. Housing for rent in Helena Valley West Central is also available for a reasonable price.

Things to do in Helena Valley West Central

The openness of the territory lends well to outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping and climbing. During the snowy months, skiing keeps locals and visitors busy. Mount Helena, Lake Helena, Hausen Lake and the Helena National Forest are all beautiful outdoor attractions in the area. All of these activities are a short, easy drive from the places to rent in Helena Valley West Central.

For city lovers, the area provides plenty of entertainment in the form of visiting the state capital, touring St. Helena Cathedral, touring the Holter Museum of Art or visiting the area's premier amusement park at the Great Northern Carousel. A science center next to the carousel is another popular draw. Shopping and restaurants are more plentiful in downtown Helena than in the city of Helena Valley West Central, but the drive is easy and rarely congested.

If you enjoy the snow, wide open spaces, big skies and ranch life, Helena Valley West Central is the place for you. Hot weather lovers, however, will find life here a bit difficult. Bring your parka!

Things to do in Helena Valley West Central
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The openness of the territory lends well to outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping and climbing. During the snowy months, skiing keeps locals and visitors busy. Mount Helena, Lake Helena, Hausen Lake and the Helena National Forest are all beautiful outdoor attractions in the area. All of these activities are a short, easy drive from the places to rent in Helena Valley West Central.

For city lovers, the area provides plenty of entertainment in the form of visiting the state capital, touring St. Helena Cathedral, touring the Holter Museum of Art or visiting the area's premier amusement park at the Great Northern Carousel. A science center next to the carousel is another popular draw. Shopping and restaurants are more plentiful in downtown Helena than in the city of Helena Valley West Central, but the drive is easy and rarely congested.

If you enjoy the snow, wide open spaces, big skies and ranch life, Helena Valley West Central is the place for you. Hot weather lovers, however, will find life here a bit difficult. Bring your parka!

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Helena Valley West Central
"Gold and cows and chopping trees / these are the industries of Helena, Montana. They serve your eggs with butter and there were Peeps in the gutter / Oh, Helena, Montana. We played Frisbee at the capital / and looked at lots of belt buckles / Helena, Montana. Please check your guns at the door / fat guy in a candy store; Helena Montana." --Hank Green, "Helena Montana"
"Gold and cows and chopping trees / these are the industries of Helena, Montana. They serve your eggs with butter and there were Peeps in the gutter / Oh, Helena, Montana. We played Frisbee at the capital / and looked at lots of belt buckles / Helena, Montana. Please check your guns at the door / fat guy in a candy store; Helena Montana." --Hank Green, "Helena Montana"

Folks from Montana love to tell outsiders that the place is too cold to live. The truth is that they love it and just want to keep other people away! The area of Helena Valley West Central is just six and a half miles from Helena, the capital of Montana. It boasts a small-town vibe, yet is close to everything the bigger city has to offer. Property values are on the rise, as is the population, but it still remains tiny, with a population of fewer than 8,000 people.

Moving to Helena Valley West Central

Though the population is small, the town is scattered liberally across almost 27 miles, so there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. But the area doesn't truly have four seasons. Winters are brutally cold, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Fahrenheit, regularly dropping to around zero. The town gets about 47 inches of snowfall per year. It's best to search for apartments during the summer months to avoid weather delays.

Summers are extremely mild, usually topping out around 85 degrees. The average summer temperature is 69 degrees, with not much rainfall. Helena Valley West Central gets less than 12 inches of rain per year. Most of the precipitation here falls in its frozen form.

Rental houses here are above the state average, but renting in Helena Valley West Central is still quite affordable. In fact, many people who work in the city of Helena live here to pay more reasonable prices. Options for renters include single-family dwellings, duplexes, townhomes and apartment buildings.

Moving to Helena Valley West Central
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Though the population is small, the town is scattered liberally across almost 27 miles, so there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. But the area doesn't truly have four seasons. Winters are brutally cold, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Fahrenheit, regularly dropping to around zero. The town gets about 47 inches of snowfall per year. It's best to search for apartments during the summer months to avoid weather delays.

Summers are extremely mild, usually topping out around 85 degrees. The average summer temperature is 69 degrees, with not much rainfall. Helena Valley West Central gets less than 12 inches of rain per year. Most of the precipitation here falls in its frozen form.

Rental houses here are above the state average, but renting in Helena Valley West Central is still quite affordable. In fact, many people who work in the city of Helena live here to pay more reasonable prices. Options for renters include single-family dwellings, duplexes, townhomes and apartment buildings.

Neighborhoods

While Helena Valley West Central may be too small for neighborhoods, rental properties include a variety of cozy studio apartments, roomier three-bedroom apartments and larger dwellings like rental houses. Rent prices aren't cheap or exorbitant. Some smaller apartments are available, with prices increasing according to the amenities offered by the apartment complex. Housing for rent in Helena Valley West Central is also available for a reasonable price.

Neighborhoods
+

While Helena Valley West Central may be too small for neighborhoods, rental properties include a variety of cozy studio apartments, roomier three-bedroom apartments and larger dwellings like rental houses. Rent prices aren't cheap or exorbitant. Some smaller apartments are available, with prices increasing according to the amenities offered by the apartment complex. Housing for rent in Helena Valley West Central is also available for a reasonable price.

Things to do in Helena Valley West Central

The openness of the territory lends well to outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping and climbing. During the snowy months, skiing keeps locals and visitors busy. Mount Helena, Lake Helena, Hausen Lake and the Helena National Forest are all beautiful outdoor attractions in the area. All of these activities are a short, easy drive from the places to rent in Helena Valley West Central.

For city lovers, the area provides plenty of entertainment in the form of visiting the state capital, touring St. Helena Cathedral, touring the Holter Museum of Art or visiting the area's premier amusement park at the Great Northern Carousel. A science center next to the carousel is another popular draw. Shopping and restaurants are more plentiful in downtown Helena than in the city of Helena Valley West Central, but the drive is easy and rarely congested.

If you enjoy the snow, wide open spaces, big skies and ranch life, Helena Valley West Central is the place for you. Hot weather lovers, however, will find life here a bit difficult. Bring your parka!

Things to do in Helena Valley West Central
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The openness of the territory lends well to outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping and climbing. During the snowy months, skiing keeps locals and visitors busy. Mount Helena, Lake Helena, Hausen Lake and the Helena National Forest are all beautiful outdoor attractions in the area. All of these activities are a short, easy drive from the places to rent in Helena Valley West Central.

For city lovers, the area provides plenty of entertainment in the form of visiting the state capital, touring St. Helena Cathedral, touring the Holter Museum of Art or visiting the area's premier amusement park at the Great Northern Carousel. A science center next to the carousel is another popular draw. Shopping and restaurants are more plentiful in downtown Helena than in the city of Helena Valley West Central, but the drive is easy and rarely congested.

If you enjoy the snow, wide open spaces, big skies and ranch life, Helena Valley West Central is the place for you. Hot weather lovers, however, will find life here a bit difficult. Bring your parka!