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11 Apartments for rent in Bartlesville, OK

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Lexington Commons
5530 Colony Way
Bartlesville, OK
1 Bedroom
$650
876 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$920
1212 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:26 PM
Experience townhome living with modern spaces, well-appointed kitchens, fireplaces, and private patios and balconies. Amenities include a swimming pool, off-street parking and high-speed internet.
1 Unit Available
526 South Shawnee Avenue - B
526 South Shawnee Avenue
Bartlesville, OK
1 Bedroom
$775
780 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:14 PM
Very large 1 bedroom duplex (right-side) in downtown Bartlesville. Completely remodeled. It comes with a new stainless steel refrigerator and stove. Includes a new stackable washer & dryer. Extra room/space can serve as an office.
1 Unit Available
1133 Garden Drive
1133 Garden Drive
Bartlesville, OK
2 Bedrooms
$650
755 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
Small Brick home with a Galley style kitchen Stove & washer hookups ,2 bd, 1 ba, the l car attached garage was converted into a Den, Dryer hookup & small storage area located in front of den with patio doors to separate from rest of new room.
1 Unit Available
312 S SANTA FE
312 Southwest Santa Fe Avenue
Bartlesville, OK
1 Bedroom
$600
600 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
Move In Special......FIRST MONTH FREE ALL BILLS PAID We have on bedrooms for $600.00 per month and Two bedrooms at $675 per month. No Pets Over 10 Lbs
1 Unit Available
808 E 4th Street
808 East 4th Street
Bartlesville, OK
1 Bedroom
$500
3780 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
MOVE IN SPECIAL.......FIRST MONTH FREE. WE PAY WATER One bedroom apartments rent for $500.00 NO Pets Over 10 Lbs
1 Unit Available
1224 Prairie Heights Drive
1224 Prairie Heights Drive
Bartlesville, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1432 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
Available now! 3 bed, 2 ba. 1 LA, Nice kitchen w/ wood cabinets, storage space, dinette space and window view of backyard. Fenced yard with storage unit. Great location!
1 Unit Available
1021 Renick Lane
1021 Renick Lane
Bartlesville, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1470 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
Move in ready! Total update on this adorable 2 story..3 bed..1.5 bath home snuggled in heart of the Stonegate addition. New windows, paint, flooring, appliances.
1 Unit Available
1729 Hillcrest Drive
1729 Hillcrest Drive
Bartlesville, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
2454 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 06:29 PM
Original hardwood floors, beautiful arches, bead board ceilings. Features 2 BR, 1 BA down and 1 BR & 1 BA up or c/b 4th BR. 2nd level has large room w/bath, closet & private balcony that previous owner used as master.
1 Unit Available
313 SW WATSON AVE
313 Southwest Watson Avenue
Bartlesville, OK
2 Bedrooms
$500
884 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
313 SW WATSON AVE Available 10/16/20 Quiet Dead-end Street - With 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, this home sits peacefully on a quiet, dead-end street close to downtown Bartlesville.
1 Unit Available
1118 S. Maple
1118 South Maple Avenue
Bartlesville, OK
2 Bedrooms
$500
802 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
1118 S. Maple Available 10/01/20 Small & Comfortable Home - This two bedroom, one bathroom home may be small, but it is comfortable. It has a fenced yard and central heat and air and one car attached garage. (RLNE5248703)
1 Unit Available
3812 limestone
3812 Limestone Road
Bartlesville, OK
2 Bedrooms
$750
1055 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:05 PM
3812 limestone Available 10/01/20 East side Bartlesville Home - This two bedroom, one bathroom, home on the east side of Bartlesville will attend Wayside Elementary school.
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Apartment Rentals in Bartlesville start at $500/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Bartlesville start at $500/month.
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While some Bartlesville 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Bartlesville 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 Bartlesville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Tulsa Community College.

City Guide

Bartlesville
When you first hit Bartlesville, OK you’ll notice that almost everything in town is named Phillips. There’s a good reason for this: Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum, practically built this city by starting his company here. Since its merge with Conoco a lot of the company’s activities have moved out of town but Conoco-Phillips is still the largest employer in Bartlesville.
When you first hit Bartlesville, OK you’ll notice that almost everything in town is named Phillips. There’s a good reason for this: Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum, practically built this city by starting his company here. Since its merge with Conoco a lot of the company’s activities have moved out of town but Conoco-Phillips is still the largest employer in Bartlesville.
Life in Bartlesville

Now that we’ve solved that mystery for you, let’s get you a cool apartment to rent in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

We promise, you will love the apartments you find. Although the median rent is $575 per month, you can find an inexpensive apartment to rent in Bartlesville for as low as $450. That’s not for a studio, either, but a two-bedroom apartment on the west side of town.

Downtown Bartlesville is a popular place to rent an apartment. The Johnstone Apartments offer studio to 3-bedroom apartments and allow small pets. If you have a cat or a foo-foo dog, this may be ideal. Bigger dogs will likely have a bit more trouble, so make sure to call ahead and find out if your prospective apartment has breed or weight restrictions.

There are also some pretty cool downtown lofts for rent. $425 a month will get you a one-bedroom apartment. Downtown apartments may offer off-street parking and some charge for this convenience.

If you can afford a bit more rent every month, take a tip from locals and check out the Lexington Commons Apartments on Colony Drive. They offer roomy apartments and townhouses for rent with fireplaces and some garages. It’s a pet-friendly apartment complex, as well.

Speaking of pet-friendly apartments, whether a landlord allows pets is hit or miss in Bartlesville. Of those that let you bring your critter, you’ll have to pay an additional deposit, sometimes as high as $200, and then extra rent every month -- usually $25.

Bartlesville’s lower rents generally correspond with the longer leases. Sure, you can get a shorter-than-one-year lease, but it’ll cost you more every month. On the other hand, security deposits are reasonable: usually less than the first month’s rent.

Although it’s not a big city – only 43,000 residents – Bartlesville offers an amazingly large variety of cultural amenities for residents. Just don’t move here thinking you’ll find all the amenities of a big city. In fact, bars and pubs are closed on Sundays, but that’s probably not a huge problem – you have work in the morning, right? Overall, Phillip-Conoco’s influence on the town is pretty evident.

Don’t let the small town feel of Bartlesville fool you, either. Your neighbors are most likely to be a little more sophisticated and well traveled due to their work in the petroleum industry.

Beyond the sometimes odd features of this small Oklahoma town, you’ll find that this is quite a lovely place. The sometimes-nasty weather (ice storms, blizzards and tornadoes --oh my!) might tell you otherwise, but all you’ll need is a coat and some shelter, like an apartment, and you’ll find Bartlesville, Oklahoma to be a safe, walkable, and wonderful town.

Life in Bartlesville
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Now that we’ve solved that mystery for you, let’s get you a cool apartment to rent in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

We promise, you will love the apartments you find. Although the median rent is $575 per month, you can find an inexpensive apartment to rent in Bartlesville for as low as $450. That’s not for a studio, either, but a two-bedroom apartment on the west side of town.

Downtown Bartlesville is a popular place to rent an apartment. The Johnstone Apartments offer studio to 3-bedroom apartments and allow small pets. If you have a cat or a foo-foo dog, this may be ideal. Bigger dogs will likely have a bit more trouble, so make sure to call ahead and find out if your prospective apartment has breed or weight restrictions.

There are also some pretty cool downtown lofts for rent. $425 a month will get you a one-bedroom apartment. Downtown apartments may offer off-street parking and some charge for this convenience.

If you can afford a bit more rent every month, take a tip from locals and check out the Lexington Commons Apartments on Colony Drive. They offer roomy apartments and townhouses for rent with fireplaces and some garages. It’s a pet-friendly apartment complex, as well.

Speaking of pet-friendly apartments, whether a landlord allows pets is hit or miss in Bartlesville. Of those that let you bring your critter, you’ll have to pay an additional deposit, sometimes as high as $200, and then extra rent every month -- usually $25.

Bartlesville’s lower rents generally correspond with the longer leases. Sure, you can get a shorter-than-one-year lease, but it’ll cost you more every month. On the other hand, security deposits are reasonable: usually less than the first month’s rent.

Although it’s not a big city – only 43,000 residents – Bartlesville offers an amazingly large variety of cultural amenities for residents. Just don’t move here thinking you’ll find all the amenities of a big city. In fact, bars and pubs are closed on Sundays, but that’s probably not a huge problem – you have work in the morning, right? Overall, Phillip-Conoco’s influence on the town is pretty evident.

Don’t let the small town feel of Bartlesville fool you, either. Your neighbors are most likely to be a little more sophisticated and well traveled due to their work in the petroleum industry.

Beyond the sometimes odd features of this small Oklahoma town, you’ll find that this is quite a lovely place. The sometimes-nasty weather (ice storms, blizzards and tornadoes --oh my!) might tell you otherwise, but all you’ll need is a coat and some shelter, like an apartment, and you’ll find Bartlesville, Oklahoma to be a safe, walkable, and wonderful town.

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City Guide

Bartlesville
When you first hit Bartlesville, OK you’ll notice that almost everything in town is named Phillips. There’s a good reason for this: Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum, practically built this city by starting his company here. Since its merge with Conoco a lot of the company’s activities have moved out of town but Conoco-Phillips is still the largest employer in Bartlesville.
When you first hit Bartlesville, OK you’ll notice that almost everything in town is named Phillips. There’s a good reason for this: Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum, practically built this city by starting his company here. Since its merge with Conoco a lot of the company’s activities have moved out of town but Conoco-Phillips is still the largest employer in Bartlesville.
Life in Bartlesville

Now that we’ve solved that mystery for you, let’s get you a cool apartment to rent in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

We promise, you will love the apartments you find. Although the median rent is $575 per month, you can find an inexpensive apartment to rent in Bartlesville for as low as $450. That’s not for a studio, either, but a two-bedroom apartment on the west side of town.

Downtown Bartlesville is a popular place to rent an apartment. The Johnstone Apartments offer studio to 3-bedroom apartments and allow small pets. If you have a cat or a foo-foo dog, this may be ideal. Bigger dogs will likely have a bit more trouble, so make sure to call ahead and find out if your prospective apartment has breed or weight restrictions.

There are also some pretty cool downtown lofts for rent. $425 a month will get you a one-bedroom apartment. Downtown apartments may offer off-street parking and some charge for this convenience.

If you can afford a bit more rent every month, take a tip from locals and check out the Lexington Commons Apartments on Colony Drive. They offer roomy apartments and townhouses for rent with fireplaces and some garages. It’s a pet-friendly apartment complex, as well.

Speaking of pet-friendly apartments, whether a landlord allows pets is hit or miss in Bartlesville. Of those that let you bring your critter, you’ll have to pay an additional deposit, sometimes as high as $200, and then extra rent every month -- usually $25.

Bartlesville’s lower rents generally correspond with the longer leases. Sure, you can get a shorter-than-one-year lease, but it’ll cost you more every month. On the other hand, security deposits are reasonable: usually less than the first month’s rent.

Although it’s not a big city – only 43,000 residents – Bartlesville offers an amazingly large variety of cultural amenities for residents. Just don’t move here thinking you’ll find all the amenities of a big city. In fact, bars and pubs are closed on Sundays, but that’s probably not a huge problem – you have work in the morning, right? Overall, Phillip-Conoco’s influence on the town is pretty evident.

Don’t let the small town feel of Bartlesville fool you, either. Your neighbors are most likely to be a little more sophisticated and well traveled due to their work in the petroleum industry.

Beyond the sometimes odd features of this small Oklahoma town, you’ll find that this is quite a lovely place. The sometimes-nasty weather (ice storms, blizzards and tornadoes --oh my!) might tell you otherwise, but all you’ll need is a coat and some shelter, like an apartment, and you’ll find Bartlesville, Oklahoma to be a safe, walkable, and wonderful town.

Life in Bartlesville
+

Now that we’ve solved that mystery for you, let’s get you a cool apartment to rent in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

We promise, you will love the apartments you find. Although the median rent is $575 per month, you can find an inexpensive apartment to rent in Bartlesville for as low as $450. That’s not for a studio, either, but a two-bedroom apartment on the west side of town.

Downtown Bartlesville is a popular place to rent an apartment. The Johnstone Apartments offer studio to 3-bedroom apartments and allow small pets. If you have a cat or a foo-foo dog, this may be ideal. Bigger dogs will likely have a bit more trouble, so make sure to call ahead and find out if your prospective apartment has breed or weight restrictions.

There are also some pretty cool downtown lofts for rent. $425 a month will get you a one-bedroom apartment. Downtown apartments may offer off-street parking and some charge for this convenience.

If you can afford a bit more rent every month, take a tip from locals and check out the Lexington Commons Apartments on Colony Drive. They offer roomy apartments and townhouses for rent with fireplaces and some garages. It’s a pet-friendly apartment complex, as well.

Speaking of pet-friendly apartments, whether a landlord allows pets is hit or miss in Bartlesville. Of those that let you bring your critter, you’ll have to pay an additional deposit, sometimes as high as $200, and then extra rent every month -- usually $25.

Bartlesville’s lower rents generally correspond with the longer leases. Sure, you can get a shorter-than-one-year lease, but it’ll cost you more every month. On the other hand, security deposits are reasonable: usually less than the first month’s rent.

Although it’s not a big city – only 43,000 residents – Bartlesville offers an amazingly large variety of cultural amenities for residents. Just don’t move here thinking you’ll find all the amenities of a big city. In fact, bars and pubs are closed on Sundays, but that’s probably not a huge problem – you have work in the morning, right? Overall, Phillip-Conoco’s influence on the town is pretty evident.

Don’t let the small town feel of Bartlesville fool you, either. Your neighbors are most likely to be a little more sophisticated and well traveled due to their work in the petroleum industry.

Beyond the sometimes odd features of this small Oklahoma town, you’ll find that this is quite a lovely place. The sometimes-nasty weather (ice storms, blizzards and tornadoes --oh my!) might tell you otherwise, but all you’ll need is a coat and some shelter, like an apartment, and you’ll find Bartlesville, Oklahoma to be a safe, walkable, and wonderful town.