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217 apartments for rent near Cedar Hills, OR

Results within 1 miles of Cedar Hills, OR
The Rise Old Town Apartment
4545 SW Angel Ave
Studio
$1,198
1 Bed
$1,376
2 Bed
$1,765
Deveraux Glen
10600 SW Taylor St
1 Bed
$1,322
2 Bed
$1,462
3 Bed
$1,812
Canyon Park
4200 SW 107th Ave
1 Bed
$1,227
2 Bed
$1,386
3 Bed
$1,881
Sofi at Cedar Mill
11785 NW Timberview Ln
1 Bed
$1,237
2 Bed
$1,490
3 Bed
Ask
11392 NW Kenzie Lane
Northwest Heights
4 Bed
$2,295
12755 SW 7th St
Central Beaverton
Studio
$1,550
14323 SW Burlwood Lane
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$2,195
9830 SW Inglewood
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$1,495
6085 Sw Cherryhill Dr
Highland
2 Bed
$1,279
15921 SW Mortondale Ln.
Five Oaks
2 Bed
$1,495
13745 SW Hazel St
Central Beaverton
3 Bed
$1,525
3265 SW Lundgren Terrace
Central Beaverton
4 Bed
$2,200
14103 SW Compass Drive
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$2,195
13755 SW Hazel St
Central Beaverton
3 Bed
$1,525
13739 SW Hazel St
Central Beaverton
3 Bed
$1,575
11545 SW Lanewood St
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$1,995
SW Alger Ave
Vose
1 Bed
$925
290 NW 95th Ave
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill
5 Bed
$4,595
3835 SW 91st Avenue
Raleigh Hills
3 Bed
$2,550
53 SW 147th Place
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$1,995
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City Guide
Cedar Hills
Moving to Cedar Hills

If you are renting a moving van to get here, try to reserve it ahead of time. They can be tough to come by, especially in the summertime.

The desirability of Cedar Hills is also reflected in the real estate market and rental apartments in the area. As soon as you know you want to live here, start searching -- and make a plan. Create a list of the places you'd most like to live in and get house hunting! Don't expect to land a quality pad here without a good credit report, and have first month's rent, last month's rent, and a deposit on hand for when you sign the dotted line on the lease.

Cedar Hills Neighborhoods

Cedar Hills is roughly divided into four separate sections. Check out the below neighborhoods of Cedar Hills before deciding which one is right for you.

West Slope: The part of Cedar Hills east of Highway 217 is on, well, a slope on the westside of Portland. It's primarily older single-family homes with some small complexes mixed in that are great places to find a one-bedroom apartment for rent. SW Canyon Road goes along the south part of the neighborhood and is line with several car dealerships like Ron Tonkin Acura, Infiniti of Beaverton, and MIni of Portland, in case you need a new ride.

Walker Road: This road is a major east-west connector through town that provides easy freeway access. It's lined with residential developments, retail space, commercial and light industrial buildings. Just after it passes Murray Boulevard, and Walker road forms the north boundary of the Nike Campus (new sneakers, anyone?).

Park Way/Butner Road: This is another major through road that was part of the original area. Its east end is at the Cedar Hills shopping center, the first in the master planned community. There is a sky bridge over the freeway that goes to the Sunset Transit Center. From there, the light rail system known as the MAX can get you over to the Portland area. There is a DMV office in the shopping center, where you can get your Oregon driver's license. Grab a great cup of joe at Coffee Renaissance while waiting.

Cedar Mill North: Across the freeway, find this section of the community that has some of the newest construction. Large complexes mean more apartments rentals are here. Down the road from the Transit Center is the Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, in case you have an unfortunate accident hauling that big dresser of yours into your new home.

Living in Cedar Hills

Congrats, you are moving to a great area that is part of the metro area around one of America's coolest cities. You can ride the MAX down to Powell's Books for a good read, then sample a bacon-wrapped maple bar at Voodoo Donuts. Cedar Hills is next to Tualatin Hills Nature Park and has other parks and green space to enjoy. Head west on Highway 26 and be at the Oregon Coast in just over an hour, or stay home and sample some of the stellar restaurants. One downside is the traffic -- 26 into Portland is one of the worst commutes in the region. If you can, take the MAX!