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17 apartments for rent in Williston, ND

Timber Trails
2415 24th Ave W
1 Bed
$1,800
2 Bed
$2,250
3 Bed
$3,150
Prairie Pines
3401 Harvest Hills Ave
1 Bed
$725
2 Bed
$825
3 Bed
$1,125
South Ridge Apartments
3709 7th Ave W
Studio
$645
1 Bed
$795
2 Bed
$950
Fair Hills Apartments
2829 27th St W
1 Bed
$825
2 Bed
$900
3 Bed
$1,055
The Retreat Apartments
3602 7th St W
1 Bed
$1,050
2 Bed
$1,300
3 Bed
$1,575
Eagles Landing Apartments
206 32nd St E
1 Bed
$750
2 Bed
$875
Dakota Ridge
5963 Highway 85
2 Bed
$825
3 Bed
$1,050
Regency Apartments
4010 7th Ave E
1 Bed
$850
2 Bed
$1,150
3 Bed
$1,500
Vue28 Apartments
3332 28th St W
1 Bed
$675
2 Bed
$795
3 Bed
$1,125
University Commons
3108 3rd Ave E
Studio
$675
1 Bed
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2 Bed
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810 Reclamation Dr
Williston
4 Bed
$1,395
2410 23rd St W, #204
Williston
2 Bed
$1,095
Harvest Hills Dr
Williston
2 Bed
$695
507 Reclamation Dr, #6
Williston
2 Bed
$695
1321 11th St W, #105
Williston
2 Bed
$795
3312 29th St W, #205
Williston
3 Bed
$900
3312 29th St W, #204
Williston
2 Bed
$750
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City Guide
Williston
Moving to Williston, ND

What to Expect

The cost of living in Williston is a sizable amount less than that of the North Dakota average, and substantial savings can also be made in comparison to the national average cost of living.

When to Begin Looking

You should allow at least six weeks to relocate to rented accommodations in Williston. The demand for rental places is now fairly high due to the oil boom in the area.

What You Need

When you're out and about looking for a place to rent, you should carry the typical renters' arsenal. What does a prospective tenant need to seal the deal? Proof of income and of current employment, references -- three at most is the norm -- as well as a month's rent as a deposit.

Seeing the City

The best way to get around and to witness the city and surrounding areas, if you've the energy, is to utilize the walking routes. Make sure you've got your walking shoes on, or suffer the painful consequences!

Neighborhoods in Williston

There remains a reasonable choice of rentals available in Williston, so it's simply a matter of searching to find the one that is most appealing to you. Nevertheless, as mentioned, don't be tempted to hang around when you do find something suitable. Instead, hand over the deposit and complete the necessary paperwork, and you'll be all set!

24th Avenue West: 24th Avenue West offers a range of property rentals including studio apartments and other apartment homes. It's a quiet central location not too far from local shops and schools.

Hamilton Lane: Hamilton Lane makes for a nicely secluded part of Williston, with easy access to U.S. Highway 2. Shops and other local amenities, such as Starbucks and CVS, can be reached within a couple of minutes by car.

11th Ave West: Situated just north of the airport, 11th Avenue West offers prospective renters a variety of places to live in Williston. With a WalkScore of 32 out of 100, it's located not far from central city (and restaurants including Wildcat Pizzeria), but yet still affords plenty of peace and quiet to those who choose to reside there.

Life in Williston

U.S. Highway 2 and U.S. Highway 85 run parallel through the city. ND 1804 travels through the southern part of the city. West of Main Street, ND 1804 runs parallel with U.S. 2 and U.S. 85. Williston has its own train station, which is served by Amtrak. The Sloulin Field International Airport is four miles from central city.

How do the residents of Williston keep themselves occupied? Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center on 39th Lane NW is an interesting place. The center relates the story in great detail of the confluence of the Missouri River with the Yellowstone River. A wealth of information can be gleaned from the center. The Links of North Dakota is in fact a golf course located just off Highway 1804. As the name suggests, it's a links-style course. Some say it reminds them of a few of the courses to be found at the home of golf -- Scotland -- so it must be good! Talking about good, Basil Restaurant Sushi Bar and Asian Bistro on East Broadway serves up -- as you'd expect -- sushi, together with Asian cuisine in general. Reviews of the place are top-notch, so if you have a penchant for Asian food, then best you check this one out for yourself.