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9 Apartments for rent in Enid, OK

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Esplanade at Stonebridge
1200 N Cleveland St, Enid, OK
1 Bedroom
$900
736 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,130
1012 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,340
1263 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 06:25 PM
Located beside the Walmart Market and minutes from Oakwood Country Club, this community's location is eclipsed only by amenities such as a game room, pool and dog park. Apartments feature garden tubs and in-unit laundry.
1 Unit Available
822 W York
822 West York Avenue, Enid, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1541 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- This is a cute 3 bed 1.5 bath house with a 2 car detached garage close to Enid High School. completely remodeled inside. Outside will be continued to be remodeled. Move in ready small fenced yard with side concrete area, great for bbq's.
1 Unit Available
2625 W Maine
2625 West Maine Street, Enid, OK
2 Bedrooms
$700
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
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1 Unit Available
1810 Pawnee
1810 Pawnee Street, Enid, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,000
1858 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
1810 Pawnee Available 09/21/20 1810 Pawnee - 1810 Pawnee for rent Available 09/21 4 bedroom 2.5 bath $1000 rent $1000 deposit Jensen Hurley Realtors 528 N Van Buren Enid, OK 73703 580-233-4040 (RLNE4374985)
1 Unit Available
719 Bison
719 Bison, Enid, OK
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
2050 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Now Available! - GORGEOUS 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home in Chisholm Creek! $2,000/Month with $2,000 Deposit Amenities include: Granite Countertops Throughout, Electric Oven/Range, Microwave, Disposal, Central Vacuum, Heating/Cooling - Geo-Thermal, Master
1 Unit Available
408 N Oakwood Rd
408 North Oakwood Road, Enid, OK
1 Bedroom
$530
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 20 at 07:04 AM
A spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Enid, with central heat and air. Water and trash are included. We are small pet friendly.
1 Unit Available
1917 E. Cedar
1917 East Cedar Avenue, Enid, OK
Studio
$675
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Adorable Two Bedroom! - Charming two bedroom, 1 bath home. Hardwood Flooring and carpet. This home will go fast! Make an appointment to view today! No Pets Allowed (RLNE4440796)
1 Unit Available
2010 Hunters Hill Dr.
2010 Hunters Hill Drive, Enid, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1644 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
AVAILABLE NOW! - 2010 Hunters Hill $1150/mo $1150 Deposit 3 bedroom 2 bath home with refrigerator, dishwasher, stove, washer, dryer, double car garage, fireplace, and fenced in yard.
1 Unit Available
118 N. 20th
118 North 20th Street, Enid, OK
2 Bedrooms
$550
720 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
118 N. 20th Enid, OK. - 118 N. 20th $550/month $500 Deposit 2 Bed 1 Bath Attached Garage Central Heat & Air E-TOWNE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 706 W. Maine Enid, OK 580-233-0001 No Cats Allowed (RLNE3765608)
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Apartment Rentals in Enid start at $500/month.
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City GuideEnid
"Yes I was greeted in Enid last night. / That old Oklahoma hospitality was really nice, 'cause my girl walked out in cow-town and left me high and dry / But I was trapped down and loved on site. / Oh those Sooner folks are alright. / I was greeted in Enid last night." (Hank Williams Jr., “Greeted in Enid”)
"Yes I was greeted in Enid last night. / That old Oklahoma hospitality was really nice, 'cause my girl walked out in cow-town and left me high and dry / But I was trapped down and loved on site. / Oh those Sooner folks are alright. / I was greeted in Enid last night." (Hank Williams Jr., “Greeted in Enid”)

Named after a character in Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem Idylls of the King, Enid has always defied expectations. It seems to continually show up in movies and novels in one form or another, including The Grapes of Wrath, Twister, Dillinger, Crazy Heart and the Left Behind series, yet it's sleepy enough that you may not have ever heard of it. And that's just how the residents prefer it. It continually lands on "best places" lists, such as Reader's Digest (Best Place to Raise a Family), Inc. (Top Small Cities for Doing Business) and Good Morning America (Up and Coming Areas).

On the eastern edge of the Great Plains in Northwestern Oklahoma, Enid had a pivotal role in the Land Run of 1893. While today's economy is diverse and a large number of residents are military that are stationed at Vance Air Force Base just south of the town, its economic foundation was oil, gas and agriculture. Even today it is known as the Wheat Capital for the sheer amount of wheat stored in town.

Moving to Enid

Rent will vary depending on the area of the city you choose and whether you're moving into a house, apartment or townhome. It should only take you a week or two to search for and secure an apartment lease. You won't find a lot of all-utilities paid apartments, so don't forget to factor in around an extra few hundred a month for utilities.

Paperwork for the Hunt Proof of income (anywhere from 1-1/2 to 2 times the rent amount is usually required) will definitely need to be shown before you can get approved for an apartment. This can be in the form of either paycheck stubs or a letter of employment. If you will be moving with a pet, don't forget to factor in paying a pet deposit in addition to a security deposit, each of which can tack on an extra few hundred dollars to your move-in total. Showing pet health records can also go a long way towards making sure Fido isn't the reason you're denied your perfect pad.

Neighborhoods of Enid

Enid is divided up into several distinct neighborhoods, some of which are popular with renters. The dollar signs shown below represent the relative rental prices, with the more dollar signs (five is the possible max), the higher the rent.

Blanton: On the northwest edge of town, Blanton is a suburban oasis of large homes (with even larger yards) and big apartment complexes. Vacancies in Blanton aren't plentiful, so if you have your eye on this neighborhood, be prepared to plop your money down the day you look at the empty place. $$$

Breckenridge: East of downtown, the prices in this neighborhood make it ideal for singles or those just out of school. Once you realize that you won't find apartment complexes here with huge fitness centers or on-site car washes, you'll likely be happy you're not paying monthly for amenities you would never use anyway. $

Imo: The area west of Imo Road may lack charm, but at least you won't have to drive far to reach big box stores like Lowe's and WalMart. For renters, townhomes dominate, with most units having either 2 or 3 bedrooms. $$$$

Waverly: Explore this historic district through walking tours, ghost tours or by just visiting the historic places on your own. Some of the stately grand homes -- once owned by the state's wealthiest residents -- have been turned into apartment homes that just ooze with charm. And in Enid, charm can be found for pretty cheap. $$

Living in Enid

Enid is the kind of place that still has a drive-in showing current Hollywood blockbusters every night. Not in the mood for a movie? Then head over to the banjo museum or take in a concert at the Enid Symphony Orchestra. Parks, botanical gardens and jogging trails will get you out of the house and enjoying the city's pleasant year-round weather. Just keep an eye out on the weather report -- you are living in Tornado Alley, after all. Learn what to do in case of a storm, such as the difference between a watch and a warning, where the safest spot in your house is and what emergency provisions you should keep on hand.

Learning your way around a new town is always challenging, but luckily Enid is the perfect size -- it's large enough to have a unique culture and atmosphere, but it's still small enough to have the charm of a small town. You'll soon consider Enid home!

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City GuideEnid
"Yes I was greeted in Enid last night. / That old Oklahoma hospitality was really nice, 'cause my girl walked out in cow-town and left me high and dry / But I was trapped down and loved on site. / Oh those Sooner folks are alright. / I was greeted in Enid last night." (Hank Williams Jr., “Greeted in Enid”)
"Yes I was greeted in Enid last night. / That old Oklahoma hospitality was really nice, 'cause my girl walked out in cow-town and left me high and dry / But I was trapped down and loved on site. / Oh those Sooner folks are alright. / I was greeted in Enid last night." (Hank Williams Jr., “Greeted in Enid”)

Named after a character in Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem Idylls of the King, Enid has always defied expectations. It seems to continually show up in movies and novels in one form or another, including The Grapes of Wrath, Twister, Dillinger, Crazy Heart and the Left Behind series, yet it's sleepy enough that you may not have ever heard of it. And that's just how the residents prefer it. It continually lands on "best places" lists, such as Reader's Digest (Best Place to Raise a Family), Inc. (Top Small Cities for Doing Business) and Good Morning America (Up and Coming Areas).

On the eastern edge of the Great Plains in Northwestern Oklahoma, Enid had a pivotal role in the Land Run of 1893. While today's economy is diverse and a large number of residents are military that are stationed at Vance Air Force Base just south of the town, its economic foundation was oil, gas and agriculture. Even today it is known as the Wheat Capital for the sheer amount of wheat stored in town.

Moving to Enid

Rent will vary depending on the area of the city you choose and whether you're moving into a house, apartment or townhome. It should only take you a week or two to search for and secure an apartment lease. You won't find a lot of all-utilities paid apartments, so don't forget to factor in around an extra few hundred a month for utilities.

Paperwork for the Hunt Proof of income (anywhere from 1-1/2 to 2 times the rent amount is usually required) will definitely need to be shown before you can get approved for an apartment. This can be in the form of either paycheck stubs or a letter of employment. If you will be moving with a pet, don't forget to factor in paying a pet deposit in addition to a security deposit, each of which can tack on an extra few hundred dollars to your move-in total. Showing pet health records can also go a long way towards making sure Fido isn't the reason you're denied your perfect pad.

Neighborhoods of Enid

Enid is divided up into several distinct neighborhoods, some of which are popular with renters. The dollar signs shown below represent the relative rental prices, with the more dollar signs (five is the possible max), the higher the rent.

Blanton: On the northwest edge of town, Blanton is a suburban oasis of large homes (with even larger yards) and big apartment complexes. Vacancies in Blanton aren't plentiful, so if you have your eye on this neighborhood, be prepared to plop your money down the day you look at the empty place. $$$

Breckenridge: East of downtown, the prices in this neighborhood make it ideal for singles or those just out of school. Once you realize that you won't find apartment complexes here with huge fitness centers or on-site car washes, you'll likely be happy you're not paying monthly for amenities you would never use anyway. $

Imo: The area west of Imo Road may lack charm, but at least you won't have to drive far to reach big box stores like Lowe's and WalMart. For renters, townhomes dominate, with most units having either 2 or 3 bedrooms. $$$$

Waverly: Explore this historic district through walking tours, ghost tours or by just visiting the historic places on your own. Some of the stately grand homes -- once owned by the state's wealthiest residents -- have been turned into apartment homes that just ooze with charm. And in Enid, charm can be found for pretty cheap. $$

Living in Enid

Enid is the kind of place that still has a drive-in showing current Hollywood blockbusters every night. Not in the mood for a movie? Then head over to the banjo museum or take in a concert at the Enid Symphony Orchestra. Parks, botanical gardens and jogging trails will get you out of the house and enjoying the city's pleasant year-round weather. Just keep an eye out on the weather report -- you are living in Tornado Alley, after all. Learn what to do in case of a storm, such as the difference between a watch and a warning, where the safest spot in your house is and what emergency provisions you should keep on hand.

Learning your way around a new town is always challenging, but luckily Enid is the perfect size -- it's large enough to have a unique culture and atmosphere, but it's still small enough to have the charm of a small town. You'll soon consider Enid home!