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5 Apartments for rent in Elko, NV

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3349 Carlson Avenue
3349 Carlson Avenue
Elko, NV
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1056 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
INCLUDES A SINGLE CAR GARAGE - Cute little 3 bedroom 1 bath home built in 1985 with 1056 sq ft and attached 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
528 Commercial St
528 Commercial Street
Elko, NV
1 Bedroom
$1,000
1080 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Downtown Corridor space can be used for Living or Office - This unit can be used as a 1+ bedroom apartment with large living space above the commercial space, looking down to the corridor and center of Elko.
1 Unit Available
1252 Clarkson Dr
1252 Clarkson Drive
Elko, NV
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1400 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Large 3 bedroom double wide in Elko - This 3 bedroom 2 bath double wide comes with major kitchen appliances, a swamp cooler and washer dryer hook ups. New carpet has been installed. Tenant pays water, electric, gas and trash removal.
1 Unit Available
826 Westwood Drive
826 Westwood Drive
Elko, NV
2 Bedrooms
$900
812 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
826 Westwood Drive - 1 Available 02/08/21 Remodeled duplex in Elko - 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex with newer paint and flooring. Refrigerator, stove and washer dryer hook-ups included.
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1 Unit Available
332 Kimble Drive
332 Kimble Drive
Spring Creek, NV
3 Bedrooms
$925
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
332 Kimble Drive Available 02/03/21 3 bedroom single wide in Spring Creek with large storage shed - 3 bedroom 2 bath single wide includes major kitchen appliances, washer/dryer hook-ups and a large storage shed.
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How much is rent in Elko?
Apartment Rentals in Elko start at $900/month.
How much is rent in Elko?
Apartment Rentals in Elko start at $900/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Elko 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 Guide

Elko
Welcome to what hoity-toity coast-dwellers believe is “the middle of nowhere!” Luckily for you, your new home, Elko, Nevada, is a place of peaceful isolation. Now let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find the home of your dreams.
Welcome to what hoity-toity coast-dwellers believe is “the middle of nowhere!” Luckily for you, your new home, Elko, Nevada, is a place of peaceful isolation. Now let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find the home of your dreams.
Life in Elko

Elko is located in the far northeastern portion of Nevada along the Humboldt River and Interstate 80. About 230 miles from Salt Lake City and 289 miles from Reno, Elko is the largest city on Interstate 80 between these two points.

Your new city’s economy is dependent on two very volatile industries: gold and tourism. A rise in the price of gold in the 1980s caused a huge increase in development throughout town. As the price of gold went down, the mines were abandoned, and homes built to support the increase in population were left empty or razed. A new boom began in 2009, but Elko’s civic officials have created a reserve to save money for when the current mining spree goes bust.

Because of its isolation and extreme climate (hot and dry in the summers, cold and snowy in the winters), Elko can’t attract much more in terms of industry. In fact, famous American writer Hunter S. Thompson quipped that Elko’s land was mostly “useless for anything except weapons testing and poison-gas experiments.”

Thompson’s skepticism aside, Elko is a great small community with plenty of amenities, including chain stores and supermarkets as well as locally owned establishments. Outdoor lovers will thrive, especially in the winter season, with great skiing in the nearby Ruby Mountains.

There aren’t a ton of apartment rentals available in Elko. However, because of the drastic changes in population, cost of living is low and the rentals that are available are usually in super cheap apartments.

You’ll find a few desirable apartment complexes with everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms located northwest of downtown Elko, around the Elko Junction Shopping Center. Many of these complexes offer great amenities including clubhouses and outdoor recreation facilities. Two bedrooms here generally range from $700 to $900.

East of downtown, you’ll find a few rentals available in small apartment complexes and duplexes around Great Basin College. Because of the high student population, this is also a great area to negotiate short-term leases. Two bedrooms here range from $600 to $800.

Many of Elko’s neighborhoods to the south and north are more established, homeowner-dominated areas. You can occasionally find great rental homes with fenced in yards and washer/dryer hook ups in these areas. Two bedroom homes range from $850 to $1000.

If you’re relocating to Elko with a four-legged friend, allow yourself plenty of time to secure a pet-friendly rental as many of the city’s newer complexes have strict no pet policies. However, some rental homes and the occasional apartment will be both cat and dog-friendly.

So welcome to Elko! Enjoy all that this scenic, isolated town has to offer!

Life in Elko
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Elko is located in the far northeastern portion of Nevada along the Humboldt River and Interstate 80. About 230 miles from Salt Lake City and 289 miles from Reno, Elko is the largest city on Interstate 80 between these two points.

Your new city’s economy is dependent on two very volatile industries: gold and tourism. A rise in the price of gold in the 1980s caused a huge increase in development throughout town. As the price of gold went down, the mines were abandoned, and homes built to support the increase in population were left empty or razed. A new boom began in 2009, but Elko’s civic officials have created a reserve to save money for when the current mining spree goes bust.

Because of its isolation and extreme climate (hot and dry in the summers, cold and snowy in the winters), Elko can’t attract much more in terms of industry. In fact, famous American writer Hunter S. Thompson quipped that Elko’s land was mostly “useless for anything except weapons testing and poison-gas experiments.”

Thompson’s skepticism aside, Elko is a great small community with plenty of amenities, including chain stores and supermarkets as well as locally owned establishments. Outdoor lovers will thrive, especially in the winter season, with great skiing in the nearby Ruby Mountains.

There aren’t a ton of apartment rentals available in Elko. However, because of the drastic changes in population, cost of living is low and the rentals that are available are usually in super cheap apartments.

You’ll find a few desirable apartment complexes with everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms located northwest of downtown Elko, around the Elko Junction Shopping Center. Many of these complexes offer great amenities including clubhouses and outdoor recreation facilities. Two bedrooms here generally range from $700 to $900.

East of downtown, you’ll find a few rentals available in small apartment complexes and duplexes around Great Basin College. Because of the high student population, this is also a great area to negotiate short-term leases. Two bedrooms here range from $600 to $800.

Many of Elko’s neighborhoods to the south and north are more established, homeowner-dominated areas. You can occasionally find great rental homes with fenced in yards and washer/dryer hook ups in these areas. Two bedroom homes range from $850 to $1000.

If you’re relocating to Elko with a four-legged friend, allow yourself plenty of time to secure a pet-friendly rental as many of the city’s newer complexes have strict no pet policies. However, some rental homes and the occasional apartment will be both cat and dog-friendly.

So welcome to Elko! Enjoy all that this scenic, isolated town has to offer!

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City Guide

Elko
Welcome to what hoity-toity coast-dwellers believe is “the middle of nowhere!” Luckily for you, your new home, Elko, Nevada, is a place of peaceful isolation. Now let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find the home of your dreams.
Welcome to what hoity-toity coast-dwellers believe is “the middle of nowhere!” Luckily for you, your new home, Elko, Nevada, is a place of peaceful isolation. Now let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find the home of your dreams.
Life in Elko

Elko is located in the far northeastern portion of Nevada along the Humboldt River and Interstate 80. About 230 miles from Salt Lake City and 289 miles from Reno, Elko is the largest city on Interstate 80 between these two points.

Your new city’s economy is dependent on two very volatile industries: gold and tourism. A rise in the price of gold in the 1980s caused a huge increase in development throughout town. As the price of gold went down, the mines were abandoned, and homes built to support the increase in population were left empty or razed. A new boom began in 2009, but Elko’s civic officials have created a reserve to save money for when the current mining spree goes bust.

Because of its isolation and extreme climate (hot and dry in the summers, cold and snowy in the winters), Elko can’t attract much more in terms of industry. In fact, famous American writer Hunter S. Thompson quipped that Elko’s land was mostly “useless for anything except weapons testing and poison-gas experiments.”

Thompson’s skepticism aside, Elko is a great small community with plenty of amenities, including chain stores and supermarkets as well as locally owned establishments. Outdoor lovers will thrive, especially in the winter season, with great skiing in the nearby Ruby Mountains.

There aren’t a ton of apartment rentals available in Elko. However, because of the drastic changes in population, cost of living is low and the rentals that are available are usually in super cheap apartments.

You’ll find a few desirable apartment complexes with everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms located northwest of downtown Elko, around the Elko Junction Shopping Center. Many of these complexes offer great amenities including clubhouses and outdoor recreation facilities. Two bedrooms here generally range from $700 to $900.

East of downtown, you’ll find a few rentals available in small apartment complexes and duplexes around Great Basin College. Because of the high student population, this is also a great area to negotiate short-term leases. Two bedrooms here range from $600 to $800.

Many of Elko’s neighborhoods to the south and north are more established, homeowner-dominated areas. You can occasionally find great rental homes with fenced in yards and washer/dryer hook ups in these areas. Two bedroom homes range from $850 to $1000.

If you’re relocating to Elko with a four-legged friend, allow yourself plenty of time to secure a pet-friendly rental as many of the city’s newer complexes have strict no pet policies. However, some rental homes and the occasional apartment will be both cat and dog-friendly.

So welcome to Elko! Enjoy all that this scenic, isolated town has to offer!

Life in Elko
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Elko is located in the far northeastern portion of Nevada along the Humboldt River and Interstate 80. About 230 miles from Salt Lake City and 289 miles from Reno, Elko is the largest city on Interstate 80 between these two points.

Your new city’s economy is dependent on two very volatile industries: gold and tourism. A rise in the price of gold in the 1980s caused a huge increase in development throughout town. As the price of gold went down, the mines were abandoned, and homes built to support the increase in population were left empty or razed. A new boom began in 2009, but Elko’s civic officials have created a reserve to save money for when the current mining spree goes bust.

Because of its isolation and extreme climate (hot and dry in the summers, cold and snowy in the winters), Elko can’t attract much more in terms of industry. In fact, famous American writer Hunter S. Thompson quipped that Elko’s land was mostly “useless for anything except weapons testing and poison-gas experiments.”

Thompson’s skepticism aside, Elko is a great small community with plenty of amenities, including chain stores and supermarkets as well as locally owned establishments. Outdoor lovers will thrive, especially in the winter season, with great skiing in the nearby Ruby Mountains.

There aren’t a ton of apartment rentals available in Elko. However, because of the drastic changes in population, cost of living is low and the rentals that are available are usually in super cheap apartments.

You’ll find a few desirable apartment complexes with everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms located northwest of downtown Elko, around the Elko Junction Shopping Center. Many of these complexes offer great amenities including clubhouses and outdoor recreation facilities. Two bedrooms here generally range from $700 to $900.

East of downtown, you’ll find a few rentals available in small apartment complexes and duplexes around Great Basin College. Because of the high student population, this is also a great area to negotiate short-term leases. Two bedrooms here range from $600 to $800.

Many of Elko’s neighborhoods to the south and north are more established, homeowner-dominated areas. You can occasionally find great rental homes with fenced in yards and washer/dryer hook ups in these areas. Two bedroom homes range from $850 to $1000.

If you’re relocating to Elko with a four-legged friend, allow yourself plenty of time to secure a pet-friendly rental as many of the city’s newer complexes have strict no pet policies. However, some rental homes and the occasional apartment will be both cat and dog-friendly.

So welcome to Elko! Enjoy all that this scenic, isolated town has to offer!