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Maplewood Estates
4591 Southwestern Blvd
Hamburg, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$916
Renovated units feature dishwasher, microwave, ceiling fans and vaulted ceilings. Community includes swimming pool, sun deck and fitness center. Located close to boutique shopping at McKinley Mall and dining at Danny's or Coyote Cafe.
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Starting at $2,600
Updated 19 days ago
5229 South Park Avenue
5229 South Park Avenue
Hamburg, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,600
Starting at $1,500
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4779 South Park B
4779 South Park B
Hamburg, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
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Green Lake Apartments
80 N Lake Dr
Orchard Park, NY
1 Bedroom
$901
2 Bedrooms
$943
3 Bedrooms
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Convenient location next to Yates Park and minutes from Route 219. Apartments have spacious floor plans, attached garages and even finished basements. On-site maintenance for emergencies. Ability to pay rent online.
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Starting at $2,500
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2379 Agassiz Drive
2379 Agassiz Drive
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3 Bedrooms
$2,500
Starting at $825
Updated 13 days ago
99 Arthur Ave
99 Arthur Ave
Buffalo, NY
3 Bedrooms
$825
Starting at $1,500
Updated 7 hrs ago
19 Beechwood Drive
19 Beechwood Drive
West Seneca, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
Starting at $700
Updated 2 days ago
89 OConnell ave
89 OConnell ave
Buffalo, NY
1 Bedroom
$700
Starting at $1,200
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155 Ryan Street
155 Ryan Street
Buffalo, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
Starting at $900
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336 Mystic Street
336 Mystic Street
Buffalo, NY
3 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $700
Updated 8 days ago
129 Trowbridge St
129 Trowbridge St
Buffalo, NY
3 Bedrooms
$700
Starting at $1,600
Updated 9 days ago
4336 Seneca Street
4336 Seneca Street
West Seneca, NY
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
Starting at $475
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44 Rich Pl
44 Rich Pl
Buffalo, NY
2 Bedrooms
$475
Starting at $600
Updated 9 days ago
107 Jones St
107 Jones St
Buffalo, NY
2 Bedrooms
$600
Starting at $895
Updated 9 days ago
1031 Reserve Road
1031 Reserve Road
West Seneca, NY
2 Bedrooms
$895
Starting at $2,900
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23 Fairway Drive
23 Fairway Drive
Orchard Park, NY
4 Bedrooms
$2,900

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City GuideHamburg

Hamburg, New York, the home of Erie County Fair, the second-largest fair in the United States.

Located on the western border of Erie County, New York, Hamburg is a town with a sizable population of 56,936, as noted in the 2010 census. Hamburg is a unique gem, far from the notoriously hard-nosed persona of New York City. You are probably thinking to yourself the name of the town sounds familiar, and that's probably because you're thinking of Germany's second-largest city with the same name. Also, get this -- there is a village within the town of Hamburg, N.Y., called Hamburg! If that is not too much Hamburg for you, then this is a terrific place if you are looking for a home to rent. If that's still not enough Hamburg for you, then you should probably start looking for a home here immediately. If you're searching for a 1-bedroom apartment, 2-bedroom apartment, or other type of rental home, you'll find something in Hamburg, N.Y.

Tips for Searching for an Apartment in Hamburg

Can you think of what the best part of living in Hamburg might be? It's the relatively affordable cost of renting a home to call your own. Also, the atmosphere here is that of a rural community within an urban city -- an unbeatable combination.

Inspect the Real Thing

One of the things to look out for when searching for an apartment is the type of amenities in the place. When you go to leasing offices, they will usually show you a model apartment that is clean and neatly furnished. This is supposed to give you an idea of the type of apartment you will supposedly get when you move in, but experience has shown that there are often discrepancies between the staged apartment and the real deal that the tenant eventually gets. Insist on seeing the apartment you will rent before making any commitment. You don't want to get to the apartment on move-in day and discover the carpet isn't as clean as in the photos, or that the appliances are not as shiny as the ones you saw.

What are the Amenities

Make a checklist of the things you want in your apartment and go around the apartment looking for these particulars. Shower with a bathtub? Check! Properly working vents? Check! An abundance of outlets for electrical appliances? Well, you get the drift. Some apartments have laundry machines within the apartment unit, or close to the apartment unit, while some apartments don't have a laundry facility on site or nearby. If you've lived in a home or apartment with a washing machine, then you'll probably find it inconvenient to lug laundry bags to a laundromat several blocks away. It goes without saying that the major utilities, like water and electricity, also count, since these could save you a bunch if they're bundled into the rental package.

Where to Live in Hamburg, NY

The Village of Hamburg: This neighborhood is located in the Hamburg Historic District and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The entire village is a community of its own within the town of Hamburg, distinct from the town itself. Here's a little bit of folklore: Legend has it that two food vendors, Frank and Charles Menches, created a flat meatball sandwich and named it Hamburger, after the village of Hamburg. Some of the neighborhoods here include the Village Center, an affordable place with very old buildings that dates back to before the late 1930s. You'll also find small apartments and single-family homes in this part of town.

Blasdell Village: Blasdell is another village within Hamburg, and the name comes from that of the town's first station master, Herman Blasdell. The homes here are just as affordable as other neighborhoods within Hamburg, with small single-family homes and apartments.

Clover Bank / Locksley Park: This area, with rental housing in the form of medium-sized single-family homes, is mostly owner-occupied, and comprised of small apartment buildings. Those looking for high rise apartments common in most parts of super urban New York City are out of luck, because that doesn't fit into the plan for this area.

Getting Around the 'Hoods

One of the benefits of living in Hamburg is the relatively short commute, which is, on average, 24 minutes in either direction. This is less than both the New York average and the national average. Also, the public transportation system is very efficient, with three Amtrak stations located within 30 miles of the city center and regular bus shuttles.

Things to do in Hamburg, NY

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to love about Hamburg. From the charming scenery to the numerous parks, there is definitely something for everyone. At Lake Erie, visitors can engage in activities like fishing, boating and other recreational activities, and several public swimming pools to enjoy. Are you lucky? Then you'll probably enjoy a turn at the Hamburg Casino. You can also check out the Hamburg Brewing Company, a charming place with an authentic rustic air. If you prefer well-prepared meals with good wine to chase it down, then you might want to visit Daniel's Restaurant on Buffalo Street. You could also try Savory's on Camp Road for breakfast and brunch. But don't forget that this town is known for its county fairs, too, with events that the whole family can participate in.

They say the taste of pudding is in the eating, which is why you have to experience for yourself the numerous benefits to be found in Hamburg, N.Y. We hope you'll find a rental place to suit your requirements.

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