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8 Apartments for rent in Incline Village, NV

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Check out 8 verified apartments for rent in Incline Village, NV with rents starting as low as $2600. Some apartments for rent in Incline Village might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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818 Jennifer St
818 Jennifer Street, Incline Village, NV
West Incline Village
3 Bedrooms
$3,900
1434 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:17 AM
Available 10/15/20 Rarely Lake view single house - long term rental - Property Id: 367829 Amazing setting with lake view, mountain setting and forest service lots around.
1 Unit Available
321 Ski Way # 96
321 Ski Way, Incline Village, NV
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1502 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 20 at 09:17 AM
321 Ski Way # 96 Available 10/01/20 Upgraded Mountain Condo - Secluded Mountain Shadows unit located next to greenbelt.
1 Unit Available
567 Eagle Drive
567 Eagle Drive, Incline Village, NV
5 Bedrooms
$6,500
3406 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
567 Eagle Dr. - 567 Eagle Dr, 5 BD, 3.5 BA, Spacious Home in Incline. Gorgeous Lakeview. Great Neighborhood, Close to Skiing. It is 3,394 sq ft, with 2 Car Garage. Large Living Area Upstairs and a Spacious Great Room with Wet Bar Downstairs.
Results within 5 miles of Incline Village
1 Unit Available
1001 Commonwealth Drive #18
1001 Commonwealth Dr, Kings Beach, CA
Kingswood Estates
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1800 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Nice unit close to Northstar at Tahoe available now! - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, furnished, plus loft. No pets. One year minimum Lease. $4,400 security deposit. $2,200 monthly rent. 1001 Commonwealth Drive #18 Kings Beach, CA 96143.
Results within 10 miles of Incline Village
1 Unit Available
315 Burton Street
315 Burton Street, Carson City, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:17 AM
315 Burton Street Available 10/07/20 315 Burton- Duplex Coming Soon! - Applications now being accepted! Recently updated with paint and flooring. Single Level Duplex near shopping and highway 50. 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1 Car Garage with manual door.
1 Unit Available
1010 Thompson Street
1010 Thompson Street, Carson City, NV
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1370 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:17 AM
1010 Thompson Street Available 09/21/20 1010 Thompson- Applications Being Accepted! - Single story duplex on the west side in Spring Meadows Homeowners Association. Real wood flooring in the living spaces, carpeted bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
2075 Lakeshore Dr
2075 Lake Shore Drive, Washoe Valley, NV
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
2091 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- Rent: $1,900 Deposit: $1,900 Application Fee: $35 per applicant Available: Immediately Lease Term: 12 months Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.
1 Unit Available
3104 Wingate Way
3104 Wingate Way, Carson City, NV
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1104 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Three Bed, Two Bath House in North Carson - Three bed, two bath home available NOW. This home is centrally located in Carson City with a large backyard. Fully equipped kitchen and washer/ dryer hookups. Tenant responsible for all utilities.
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City GuideIncline Village
According to Mark Twain, Lake Tahoe is "the fairest picture the whole earth affords." Check out Incline Village, a census-designated place along the north shore of Lake Tahoe, and you'll probably agree.
According to Mark Twain, Lake Tahoe is "the fairest picture the whole earth affords." Check out Incline Village, a census-designated place along the north shore of Lake Tahoe, and you'll probably agree.

Picture it: out of one window, the largest alpine lake in North America where you'll spend the summer months swimming and boating; out of another window, grand mountainscapes where you'll spend the winter skiing and boarding on world-class slopes. Can you see it? Guess what? It's real and its even better than than you're thinking. You're just one perfect rental home from paradise at 6,300 feet if you're looking to move to Incline Village, NV.

Moving to Incline Village

Incline Village has only 8,700 full time residents, but expect pretty big swings in population based on the season. Summers are the most popular time at the lake, though, winter isn't far behind. You'll have no problem finding lengthy lists of apartments for rent, townhouses, and duplexes for rent in Incline Village, but you will need to compete with seasonal renters. Nightly rates at the peak of ski season and around major holidays year-round are sky high. Your best bet is to come prepared with your credit history, proof of income, references, deposit money and to come hunting in late September or early October or between April and May.

Incline Village Neighborhoods

This little village town has some serious perks when it comes to neighborhoods. Because the area is on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, it boasts some of the best rentals around. As long as you don't mind going toe to toe for some of the best properties that may be seasonal, this is your Village! Just remember landlords also need stable year round tenants, so be tenacious.

Tyrolian Village: As the name suggests, the thematically appropriate architecture in this community will transport you to a Swiss mountain. Don't forget to pack your fondue pot! You'll find rental houses with up to 4 bedrooms here. Many are fully furnished due to their occasional role as vacation rentals. This place is great for skiers as Diamond Peak ski resort is within view with chair lifts and ski runs galore.

Fairway Estates: As the name implies, golfers gravitate towards this area surrounding the Incline Village golf courses. Green, manicured fairways are surrounded by condos and two or three bedroom houses. You'll be near it all and enjoy great views.

West Incline Village: The town is hardly big enough to warrant east and west designations, but living on the west side of town puts you a bit closer to California (at least, in that direction) and close to the communities of Crystal Bay, Agate Bay and Carnelian Bay all with some great local food and attractions. You'll find the same mix of rental apartment and home options here.

Living in Incline Village

You'll find most local restaurants and shops along Tahoe Boulevard the main highway that circles the whole of Lake Tahoe albeit sometimes under a different name. For most of the year, the Lake will be a big recreation draw, though when you're fully waterlogged, head for a hike in the hills and take in the views of both mountainous California and the dry plains of Nevada. In the winter, of course, grab your skis and board and hit Diamond Peak. When you're thoroughly wind-burned from all that downhill action, grab dinner at the Big Water Grille with sweeping views of everything you moved here for in the first place. Enjoy!

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City GuideIncline Village
According to Mark Twain, Lake Tahoe is "the fairest picture the whole earth affords." Check out Incline Village, a census-designated place along the north shore of Lake Tahoe, and you'll probably agree.
According to Mark Twain, Lake Tahoe is "the fairest picture the whole earth affords." Check out Incline Village, a census-designated place along the north shore of Lake Tahoe, and you'll probably agree.

Picture it: out of one window, the largest alpine lake in North America where you'll spend the summer months swimming and boating; out of another window, grand mountainscapes where you'll spend the winter skiing and boarding on world-class slopes. Can you see it? Guess what? It's real and its even better than than you're thinking. You're just one perfect rental home from paradise at 6,300 feet if you're looking to move to Incline Village, NV.

Moving to Incline Village

Incline Village has only 8,700 full time residents, but expect pretty big swings in population based on the season. Summers are the most popular time at the lake, though, winter isn't far behind. You'll have no problem finding lengthy lists of apartments for rent, townhouses, and duplexes for rent in Incline Village, but you will need to compete with seasonal renters. Nightly rates at the peak of ski season and around major holidays year-round are sky high. Your best bet is to come prepared with your credit history, proof of income, references, deposit money and to come hunting in late September or early October or between April and May.

Incline Village Neighborhoods

This little village town has some serious perks when it comes to neighborhoods. Because the area is on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, it boasts some of the best rentals around. As long as you don't mind going toe to toe for some of the best properties that may be seasonal, this is your Village! Just remember landlords also need stable year round tenants, so be tenacious.

Tyrolian Village: As the name suggests, the thematically appropriate architecture in this community will transport you to a Swiss mountain. Don't forget to pack your fondue pot! You'll find rental houses with up to 4 bedrooms here. Many are fully furnished due to their occasional role as vacation rentals. This place is great for skiers as Diamond Peak ski resort is within view with chair lifts and ski runs galore.

Fairway Estates: As the name implies, golfers gravitate towards this area surrounding the Incline Village golf courses. Green, manicured fairways are surrounded by condos and two or three bedroom houses. You'll be near it all and enjoy great views.

West Incline Village: The town is hardly big enough to warrant east and west designations, but living on the west side of town puts you a bit closer to California (at least, in that direction) and close to the communities of Crystal Bay, Agate Bay and Carnelian Bay all with some great local food and attractions. You'll find the same mix of rental apartment and home options here.

Living in Incline Village

You'll find most local restaurants and shops along Tahoe Boulevard the main highway that circles the whole of Lake Tahoe albeit sometimes under a different name. For most of the year, the Lake will be a big recreation draw, though when you're fully waterlogged, head for a hike in the hills and take in the views of both mountainous California and the dry plains of Nevada. In the winter, of course, grab your skis and board and hit Diamond Peak. When you're thoroughly wind-burned from all that downhill action, grab dinner at the Big Water Grille with sweeping views of everything you moved here for in the first place. Enjoy!