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98 apartments for rent near Cornelius, OR

Results within 5 miles of Cornelius, OR
Jackson School Village
300 NE Autumn Rose Way
1 Bed
$1,163
2 Bed
$1,251
3 Bed
$1,493
1042 NE Morning Sun
Northwest Hillsboro
4 Bed
$2,395
1294 SE Bacarra St
South Hillsboro
2 Bed
$1,500
42058 NW ELMHURST COURT
Banks
3 Bed
$1,795
3204 NE 13th Place
Northwest Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,625
334 SE 4th Ave, Unit J
Central Hillsboro
2 Bed
$900
2421 NE Cafe Way
Northwest Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,895
2520 Carson Loop
Forest Grove
3 Bed
$1,595
3404 19th ave #101
Forest Grove
1 Bed
$950
19th Ave
Forest Grove
2 Bed
$995
1806 Elm St. #2
Forest Grove
3 Bed
$1,695
103 NE Cory Street
Northwest Hillsboro
4 Bed
$2,395
919 SE Albertine Street
South Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,995
2137 NE 50th Way
Northeast Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,595
1046 SE TAMANGO ST
South Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,775
1048 SE Tamora Ave
South Hillsboro
3 Bed
$1,795
260 SE 43rd Ave
Brookwood
3 Bed
$1,850
1960 NE 48th Way
Northeast Hillsboro
2 Bed
$1,695
101 NE Brookwood Pkwy
Brookwood
2 Bed
$1,275
Results within 10 miles of Cornelius, OR
Lionsgate South
2470 NW Inverness Dr
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$1,450
3 Bed
$1,930
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City Guide
Cornelius
Moving to Cornelius

The rental application standards for Cornelius are typical of leased accommodations throughout the city. You need at least two years of unbroken and positive rental history that can be verified with a third-party landlord. This can be overlooked if you were a student, owned a home, were in the military, or lived with parents.

You must have an acceptable credit history going back at least three years, during which you had no bankruptcies, unpaid collections, or judgments. A criminal history involving illegal substances, gambling, prostitution, or danger to life and property will be evaluated and deny your application. You may be automatically kicked off if you have a history of disturbing the peace or not paying rent, or were evicted within the last five years.

Neighborhoods

Pacific Avenue, which becomes SW Baseline Street as it runs from west to east, is the convenient dividing line between the two main neighborhoods of the city.

Northern Cornelius: If you want to be where the action is, as far as that term can apply to this city, then this is the part of town where you want to find places to rent. Aside from containing all the rental apts in Cornelius, this neighborhood has small apartment buildings and single-family homes ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Most homes here hail from 1970 to 1999 with the next biggest construction chunk from 1940 to 1969. The Walmart is in this area. So is Fred Meyer, the cineplex and scores of stores and businesses. Most of the eateries and bars line up on Pacific Avenue / E Baseline Street. City Hall and an elementary school also live here. Tree-lined streets make this neighborhood quite walkable, although sidewalks may only appear on one side of the road. Council Creek provides respite, but unless you're on a bridge, the waterway is difficult to see because it's surrounded by heavy greenery.

Southern Cornelius: The rental homes in Southern Cornelius consist of single-family houses and condos with roughly the same characteristics as properties in the north. However, this area is more rural with over 50 percent consisting of agricultural lands. Located here are the city's famed wineries, the Tualatin River, and Sewage Lagoon, which, despite its fearsome name, consists of clean water on which migratory birds can relax while visiting the surrounding Fernhill Wetlands.

Things to Do in Cornelius

You can indulge in your passion for fine wine by visiting three area wineries: Ardiri, Blooming Hill, and Gresser Vineyard. All offer opportunities to sample or buy their selections either on-site or online. Ardiri, for example, is accessible to wheelchairs, dog friendly, and has covered patios and picnic areas.

To go with your favorite drink, why not dine on some fresh produce from local farms? In the summer, some allow you to pick not only strawberries, but also gladioli, dahlias, and other flowers. Duck's Peachy Pig Farm is an example of pick-your-own fun for all kinds of berries, peaches, tomatoes, corn, walnuts, and filberts. You can also commune with bunnies, chickens, horses, a llama, and an emu. At Oregon Orchard Hazelnuts, try the roasted, salted, chocolate-covered, and hickory-smoked hazelnuts for which the state is famous. In October, A Maze In Grace Gardens opens its gates for pumpkin-picking, free hay rides, and a corn maze.

Care to indulge in some outdoor activity with your food? Forest Hills was built in 1927 and features 18 challenging holes. The city maintains about a dozen parks and open parcels. Harleman Park contains such facilities as baseball fields, soccer fields, shelters, and a stage.