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9 Apartments for rent in Newton, NJ

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77 SWARTSWOOD RD
77 Swartswood Road
Newton, NJ
Studio
$495
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 22 at 10:11 PM
...GARAGE ONLY... Garage with Electric! Private Location! Approx 850sqft Great Rental! Great Price!
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3 CEDAR ST
3 Cedar St
Newton, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Must see SPACIOUS 2 Bedroom Multi-Floor Apartment. Finished basement area with washer/dryer. Enjoy your quiet backyard, or the heart of downtown Newton just steps away. Great front porch. Pets allowed with restrictions and additional fee.
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1 Unit Available
180 S NEW JERSEY AVE
180 New Jersey Avenue
Morris County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1148 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 10:11 PM
Enjoy year round lake views in this large 3 BR home with plenty of living space and lots of privacy! Plenty of outdoor space. First floor has a large FR with tongue & groove paneling. Dining room, Kitchen, Bathroom and a Third BR on first floor.
1 Unit Available
29 W SHORE TRL
29 Boardwalk
Lake Mohawk, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,400
1000 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 10:11 PM
Absolutely beautiful apartment located in the charming Lake Mohawk plaza. Views of Lake Mohawk across the street. Incudes large living area, lovely kitchen, large bedroom, tiled bath and office. Second Floor, Outside steps up to the apartment
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55 Lackawanna Dr 203
55 Lackawanna Drive
Byram Center, NJ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,850
900 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 10:15 AM
Unit 203 Available 12/15/20 School Village Apartments - Property Id: 39501 School Village apartments newly converted school to a 20 unit apartment Building in March of 2018 One Large Two BD units available.
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53 WOODPORT RD
53 Woodport Road
Sussex County, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,350
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Completely Renovated 1 Bedroom In Desirable Sparta!!! Newer Flooring, Kitchen, Bathrooms, Professionally Painted, Nice Deck, Fireplace, Washer & Dryer In Apartment & Much More!!! Must See! Call Today All Utilities Included!!! Great Rental!!!
1 Unit Available
270 MUNSONHURST RD
270 Munsonhurst Road
Franklin, NJ
Studio
$1,650
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
3 Bedroom Updated Ranch Located Close to Route 23 and Route 15. Newer Floors, Roof, Kitchen, Bathroom, Roof And So Much More. Washer& Dryer Hook Up Available.
1 Unit Available
73 Hamilton Rd 3
73 Hamilton Road
Sussex County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
73 Hamilton Road Unit 3 - Property Id: 221133 NEWLY Renovated!! 2 Bdrm 1 Full Bath Large Kitchen Living room Spacious yard Heat Included Driveway space for 2 cars Large Deck NO Dogs Allowed!! Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
328 HUDSON AVE
328 Hudson Avenue
Hopatcong, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Last updated October 3 at 02:21 PM
Stunning rental opportunity! Newly renovated house is ready for you to move in! 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, modern kitchen with brand new stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, and of course desirable open concept layout. Close to the public beach.
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Apartment Rentals in Newton start at $450/month.
How much is rent in Newton?
Apartment Rentals in Newton start at $450/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Newton 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 Newton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham Campus, and College of Saint Elizabeth.

City Guide

Newton
Newton was once home to Leonard LaRue who captained the SS Meredith Victory. He was involved in one of the largest humanitarian rescue missions of all time by a single ship. Talk about heroic history!
Newton was once home to Leonard LaRue who captained the SS Meredith Victory. He was involved in one of the largest humanitarian rescue missions of all time by a single ship. Talk about heroic history!

Newton is a small town in the county of Sussex, New Jersey with a population of about 8,000. This pleasant community has been incorporated since 1864 but was once part of several other townships. It is only about three miles in land area and has a tiny amount of water within its borders in the form of small ponds and streams for pleasant strolls. People of all walks of life come to Newton to enjoy pleasant weather, small town atmosphere, friendly neighbors, and beautiful homes. It is easy to find what you're looking for here because there is such a wide array of choices in every shape, size, color, and town location.

Moving to Newton

Moving to Newton is the ideal choice for someone looking for a relaxing and comfortable new home. Give yourself at least 30 days to check out the properties available in this coveted community -- consult newspapers in the area and online resources, and explore the town on foot or by car. You can discover great places to live such as month-to-month rental properties in Newton, a duplex for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and many more options to fit your needs.

Moving to Newton
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Moving to Newton is the ideal choice for someone looking for a relaxing and comfortable new home. Give yourself at least 30 days to check out the properties available in this coveted community -- consult newspapers in the area and online resources, and explore the town on foot or by car. You can discover great places to live such as month-to-month rental properties in Newton, a duplex for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and many more options to fit your needs.

Neighborhoods in Newton

Newton may be small, but it does have some great areas you'll want to check out before you decide on where to move.

Spring Street: This neighborhood cuts right through the center of town and is a nice place to rent a home or apartment. You will love easy access to the Newton Airport, grassy Memory Park, and Route 94 for simple access in and out of town.

North Park Drive: Here you'll enjoy peaceful streets lined with trees, as well as walking distance to Horton's Creek and pond for a relaxing day in the great outdoors. This is a nice location for families, retirees, and singles.

Neighborhoods in Newton
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Newton may be small, but it does have some great areas you'll want to check out before you decide on where to move.

Spring Street: This neighborhood cuts right through the center of town and is a nice place to rent a home or apartment. You will love easy access to the Newton Airport, grassy Memory Park, and Route 94 for simple access in and out of town.

North Park Drive: Here you'll enjoy peaceful streets lined with trees, as well as walking distance to Horton's Creek and pond for a relaxing day in the great outdoors. This is a nice location for families, retirees, and singles.

Nice in Newton

Newton is a very political city with a love for government, which is a part of the Faulkner Act. This important act allows a council to select a mayor and deputy mayor from its members at a meeting held each election year. It's all in the family in Newton. There have been some famous "family" members, too -- Newton has also been home to Stephen Decatur, actress Janeane Garofalo, Johnny Budd of football fame, and Will Bradley.

The town is known for great public transportation via the Lakeland Bus Lines and New Jersey Transit. There is also a small airway in Newton called the Newton Airport near the Central Business district of town. Several major highways offer convenience to commuters -- U.S. Route 206 and New Jersey Route 94 meet in downtown Newton. Newton's Skylands Connect Bus can be taken to Sparta, Hamburg and Sussex within the state.

One great thing about living in Newton is its access to medical care. The Newton Memorial Hospital opened over 70 years ago during the Great Depression and has been providing excellent care in town since then. It is one of the largest medical centers in New Jersey and many seek out its well-regarded services.

There are also many wonderful points of interest here including Memory Park -- a beautiful green space perfect for walking and picnicking that was donated to the city by Newman E. Drake. You'll also find the Newton Theater, historic Newton Town Green, and classic Spring Street, as well as several other architectural landmarks.

This is a community that cares, from recreational programs for youths and adults to maintaining an eco-friendly focus -- the town offers free tree seedlings to residents in the springtime. From an annual "Decorate Your House" contest to summer pool parties, this is a town with vibrant community spirit.

Nice in Newton
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Newton is a very political city with a love for government, which is a part of the Faulkner Act. This important act allows a council to select a mayor and deputy mayor from its members at a meeting held each election year. It's all in the family in Newton. There have been some famous "family" members, too -- Newton has also been home to Stephen Decatur, actress Janeane Garofalo, Johnny Budd of football fame, and Will Bradley.

The town is known for great public transportation via the Lakeland Bus Lines and New Jersey Transit. There is also a small airway in Newton called the Newton Airport near the Central Business district of town. Several major highways offer convenience to commuters -- U.S. Route 206 and New Jersey Route 94 meet in downtown Newton. Newton's Skylands Connect Bus can be taken to Sparta, Hamburg and Sussex within the state.

One great thing about living in Newton is its access to medical care. The Newton Memorial Hospital opened over 70 years ago during the Great Depression and has been providing excellent care in town since then. It is one of the largest medical centers in New Jersey and many seek out its well-regarded services.

There are also many wonderful points of interest here including Memory Park -- a beautiful green space perfect for walking and picnicking that was donated to the city by Newman E. Drake. You'll also find the Newton Theater, historic Newton Town Green, and classic Spring Street, as well as several other architectural landmarks.

This is a community that cares, from recreational programs for youths and adults to maintaining an eco-friendly focus -- the town offers free tree seedlings to residents in the springtime. From an annual "Decorate Your House" contest to summer pool parties, this is a town with vibrant community spirit.

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Newton
Newton was once home to Leonard LaRue who captained the SS Meredith Victory. He was involved in one of the largest humanitarian rescue missions of all time by a single ship. Talk about heroic history!
Newton was once home to Leonard LaRue who captained the SS Meredith Victory. He was involved in one of the largest humanitarian rescue missions of all time by a single ship. Talk about heroic history!

Newton is a small town in the county of Sussex, New Jersey with a population of about 8,000. This pleasant community has been incorporated since 1864 but was once part of several other townships. It is only about three miles in land area and has a tiny amount of water within its borders in the form of small ponds and streams for pleasant strolls. People of all walks of life come to Newton to enjoy pleasant weather, small town atmosphere, friendly neighbors, and beautiful homes. It is easy to find what you're looking for here because there is such a wide array of choices in every shape, size, color, and town location.

Moving to Newton

Moving to Newton is the ideal choice for someone looking for a relaxing and comfortable new home. Give yourself at least 30 days to check out the properties available in this coveted community -- consult newspapers in the area and online resources, and explore the town on foot or by car. You can discover great places to live such as month-to-month rental properties in Newton, a duplex for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and many more options to fit your needs.

Moving to Newton
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Moving to Newton is the ideal choice for someone looking for a relaxing and comfortable new home. Give yourself at least 30 days to check out the properties available in this coveted community -- consult newspapers in the area and online resources, and explore the town on foot or by car. You can discover great places to live such as month-to-month rental properties in Newton, a duplex for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and many more options to fit your needs.

Neighborhoods in Newton

Newton may be small, but it does have some great areas you'll want to check out before you decide on where to move.

Spring Street: This neighborhood cuts right through the center of town and is a nice place to rent a home or apartment. You will love easy access to the Newton Airport, grassy Memory Park, and Route 94 for simple access in and out of town.

North Park Drive: Here you'll enjoy peaceful streets lined with trees, as well as walking distance to Horton's Creek and pond for a relaxing day in the great outdoors. This is a nice location for families, retirees, and singles.

Neighborhoods in Newton
+

Newton may be small, but it does have some great areas you'll want to check out before you decide on where to move.

Spring Street: This neighborhood cuts right through the center of town and is a nice place to rent a home or apartment. You will love easy access to the Newton Airport, grassy Memory Park, and Route 94 for simple access in and out of town.

North Park Drive: Here you'll enjoy peaceful streets lined with trees, as well as walking distance to Horton's Creek and pond for a relaxing day in the great outdoors. This is a nice location for families, retirees, and singles.

Nice in Newton

Newton is a very political city with a love for government, which is a part of the Faulkner Act. This important act allows a council to select a mayor and deputy mayor from its members at a meeting held each election year. It's all in the family in Newton. There have been some famous "family" members, too -- Newton has also been home to Stephen Decatur, actress Janeane Garofalo, Johnny Budd of football fame, and Will Bradley.

The town is known for great public transportation via the Lakeland Bus Lines and New Jersey Transit. There is also a small airway in Newton called the Newton Airport near the Central Business district of town. Several major highways offer convenience to commuters -- U.S. Route 206 and New Jersey Route 94 meet in downtown Newton. Newton's Skylands Connect Bus can be taken to Sparta, Hamburg and Sussex within the state.

One great thing about living in Newton is its access to medical care. The Newton Memorial Hospital opened over 70 years ago during the Great Depression and has been providing excellent care in town since then. It is one of the largest medical centers in New Jersey and many seek out its well-regarded services.

There are also many wonderful points of interest here including Memory Park -- a beautiful green space perfect for walking and picnicking that was donated to the city by Newman E. Drake. You'll also find the Newton Theater, historic Newton Town Green, and classic Spring Street, as well as several other architectural landmarks.

This is a community that cares, from recreational programs for youths and adults to maintaining an eco-friendly focus -- the town offers free tree seedlings to residents in the springtime. From an annual "Decorate Your House" contest to summer pool parties, this is a town with vibrant community spirit.

Nice in Newton
+

Newton is a very political city with a love for government, which is a part of the Faulkner Act. This important act allows a council to select a mayor and deputy mayor from its members at a meeting held each election year. It's all in the family in Newton. There have been some famous "family" members, too -- Newton has also been home to Stephen Decatur, actress Janeane Garofalo, Johnny Budd of football fame, and Will Bradley.

The town is known for great public transportation via the Lakeland Bus Lines and New Jersey Transit. There is also a small airway in Newton called the Newton Airport near the Central Business district of town. Several major highways offer convenience to commuters -- U.S. Route 206 and New Jersey Route 94 meet in downtown Newton. Newton's Skylands Connect Bus can be taken to Sparta, Hamburg and Sussex within the state.

One great thing about living in Newton is its access to medical care. The Newton Memorial Hospital opened over 70 years ago during the Great Depression and has been providing excellent care in town since then. It is one of the largest medical centers in New Jersey and many seek out its well-regarded services.

There are also many wonderful points of interest here including Memory Park -- a beautiful green space perfect for walking and picnicking that was donated to the city by Newman E. Drake. You'll also find the Newton Theater, historic Newton Town Green, and classic Spring Street, as well as several other architectural landmarks.

This is a community that cares, from recreational programs for youths and adults to maintaining an eco-friendly focus -- the town offers free tree seedlings to residents in the springtime. From an annual "Decorate Your House" contest to summer pool parties, this is a town with vibrant community spirit.