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11 Apartments for rent in Winston, OR

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55 SE Darrell Ave.
55 Southeast Darrell Avenue
Winston, OR
2 Bedrooms
$950
800 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 11:03 AM
55 SE Darrell Ave. - MCBL55 Available 02/23/21 Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom Duplex - 55 SE Darrell Ave., Winston OR 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath duplex. Newly remodeled with new paint, flooring, cabinets, and appliances.
1 Unit Available
383 Darrell Ave.
383 Southeast Darrell Avenue
Winston, OR
1 Bedroom
$600
Last updated December 18 at 10:32 AM
1 Bedroom Upstairs Apartment - 383 Darrell Ave., Winston OR 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath upstairs apartment. Kitchen includes stove and refrigerator. Laundry hook ups in bathroom. Bathroom has shower only (no bathtub). Electric baseboard heat. Small deck.
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1 Unit Available
192 Umpqua View Dr
192 Umpqua View Dr
Green, OR
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1410 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
192 Umpqua View Dr Available 04/10/20 ~Great Home in Green with Beautiful Views~ - This is a great three bedroom two bath home located in the Green District. The home provides a range, dishwasher, microwave and a garbage disposal.
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1 Unit Available
659 W Wharton St
659 West Wharton Street
Roseburg, OR
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1100 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 07:25 PM
TENTATIVELY AVAILABLE 1/28/2021 Pets are not allowed. This is a cozy 2-Bedroom house off Harvard. Close to shopping and parks. This home includes a Jenn-air range, refrigerator, and dishwasher. There are laundry hookups too.
1 Unit Available
1368 SE Overlook Ave
1368 Southeast Overlook Avenue
Roseburg, OR
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
2411 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 07:25 PM
TENTATIVELY AVAILABLE 01/29/2021 Pets may be considered. This is a historical two-story home is on the eastside of Roseburg. Approximately 2400sqft has original hardwood floors. There is built-in storage throughout the house.
1 Unit Available
2147 NE Malheur Ave
2147 NE Malheur Ave
Roseburg, OR
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
756 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 11:04 AM
fixer upper - Property Id: 478111 This home is a fixer upper has amazing potential for the right person!! 2500 down plus first months due at signing Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
780 Bushnell Dr
780 Bushnell Drive
Douglas County, OR
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1200 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 11:04 AM
Excluded cabin! - Property Id: 478090 This beautiful cabin is a 2 story 2 bedroom 1 bath secluded home way out in the woods! It's a beautiful fixer upper home with just over 5 acres of property ! This is a very unique home that you won't want to
1 Unit Available
549 W Hickory St
549 West Hickory Street
Roseburg, OR
2 Bedrooms
$1,320
845 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 11:04 AM
~Cozy 2 Bedroom Home on the Westside~ - This is a cozy two bedroom house located off of Harvard Avenue. The kitchen provides a range, fridge and garbage disposal. The home also features hardwood floors, and a utility room with washer/dryer hook-ups.
1 Unit Available
105 NW Moorea Drive
105 Moorea Dr
Roseburg, OR
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
2757 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 11:03 AM
Large 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Home! - This is a large two story three bedroom three bath house. The home offers a large eat in kitchen. The home also features a formal living room, family room and an office. The master bath has a relaxing jetted tub.
1 Unit Available
1643 SE Giles St
1643 Southeast Giles Street
Roseburg, OR
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1150 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Cute Three Bedroom Roseburg Home - Pioneer Management, Inc 541-679-0148 Ext 1 www.PioneerPM.com Copy this link to your browser to schedule a showing at your convenience. https://homes.rently.
1 Unit Available
1664 SE Douglas Ave.
1664 Southeast Douglas Avenue
Roseburg, OR
2 Bedrooms
$850
875 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2 bd Duplex on Douglas - 1978 Duplex (w/ 1666 Douglas). 1772 sq.ft. single level. Tenant pays water/sewer/garbage and electricity. No gas. No shared utilities. Carport w/1 space. Storage room in carport.
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Apartment Rentals in Winston start at $600/month.
How much is rent in Winston?
Apartment Rentals in Winston start at $600/month.
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While some Winston 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 Winston 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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City Guide

Winston
The third time's a charm, right? The settlement that eventually became Winston saw two post offices open and close before the third remained and the village started to grow into a town. Still, it wasn't until 1955 that it officially became incorporated as the town of Winston.
The third time's a charm, right? The settlement that eventually became Winston saw two post offices open and close before the third remained and the village started to grow into a town. Still, it wasn't until 1955 that it officially became incorporated as the town of Winston.

The early years after initial settlement of Winston in the late 1800s was focused on agriculture. It was growth related to the lumber industry that saw the town actually take shape. These days, Winston is home to one of Southern Oregon's most well-known attractions, Wild Safari. It's a 600-acre wildlife park that allows animal specimens from around the world to roam freely and has become a major tourist draw. Winston is part of a group of small towns that are lined up along Highways 42 and 99 run together to the south of Roseburg. Highway 42 is the main road connecting Interstate 5 to Coos Bay on the Oregon Coast. Just about 5,400 residents call Winston home.

Moving to Winston

The percentage of places to rent that are available has traditionally run fairly close to the national average for towns of this size. That means you aren't going to be fighting too hard to find a place, as long as you make a plan and follow through. Like any smaller town, there's a limit on what's on the market at any given time and there can be a seasonality to it all. Don't leave yourself parked in front of the couch at your current pad too long and you'll be fine. Make a list of available properties and try to match it up with what you're looking for in a place. Your search for apartments in Winston should start as soon as you know you're going to be moving here. The more time you have, the more likely that you will be able to get that first-choice place. Be prepared with a list of references from where you lived before, a decent credit check, and enough cash to cover first month, last month, and a security deposit.

Moving to Winston
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The percentage of places to rent that are available has traditionally run fairly close to the national average for towns of this size. That means you aren't going to be fighting too hard to find a place, as long as you make a plan and follow through. Like any smaller town, there's a limit on what's on the market at any given time and there can be a seasonality to it all. Don't leave yourself parked in front of the couch at your current pad too long and you'll be fine. Make a list of available properties and try to match it up with what you're looking for in a place. Your search for apartments in Winston should start as soon as you know you're going to be moving here. The more time you have, the more likely that you will be able to get that first-choice place. Be prepared with a list of references from where you lived before, a decent credit check, and enough cash to cover first month, last month, and a security deposit.

Winston Neighborhoods

The bend in the South Umpqua River has helped define the shape of the community. The development of some surrounding areas into vineyards (hello, wine tasting!) as the Umpqua Valley started to see wineries pop up has also influenced growth on the outskirts of town. The relatively easy commute to surrounding communities also impacts housing--this is a low road-rage community.

Civil Bend: Roughly situated in the triangle formed by the intersection of Highway 99 and 42, this is a good area to find one bedroom apartments for rent near the Civil Bend Cemetery. There's also a public boat ramp to the river here, so get started finding a friend with a boat.

Riverbend: This part of town is on the east side of Highway 42, located on next to the largest river bend as it turns north. You'll find a mix of housing including an RV park, a manufactured home park, and standard single family homes. Riverbend Park and Winston-Dillard County Park are both in this part of town. It's a good place to find a duplex for rent as well.

Lookingglass Road: This road roughly defines the northern boundary of Winston. As it leaves town heading West, you will find wineries and farmland on the way to the small community of Looking Glass. Some of the newer residential development is along this road.

Winston Neighborhoods
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The bend in the South Umpqua River has helped define the shape of the community. The development of some surrounding areas into vineyards (hello, wine tasting!) as the Umpqua Valley started to see wineries pop up has also influenced growth on the outskirts of town. The relatively easy commute to surrounding communities also impacts housing--this is a low road-rage community.

Civil Bend: Roughly situated in the triangle formed by the intersection of Highway 99 and 42, this is a good area to find one bedroom apartments for rent near the Civil Bend Cemetery. There's also a public boat ramp to the river here, so get started finding a friend with a boat.

Riverbend: This part of town is on the east side of Highway 42, located on next to the largest river bend as it turns north. You'll find a mix of housing including an RV park, a manufactured home park, and standard single family homes. Riverbend Park and Winston-Dillard County Park are both in this part of town. It's a good place to find a duplex for rent as well.

Lookingglass Road: This road roughly defines the northern boundary of Winston. As it leaves town heading West, you will find wineries and farmland on the way to the small community of Looking Glass. Some of the newer residential development is along this road.

Living in Winston

The Southern Oregon lifestyle is fairly laid back, with a strong emphasis on outdoor recreation. From fishing on the South Umpqua to exploring the surrounding mountains or taking a day trip to the Oregon Coast, there's tons to do out in nature. In town, you're not going to find a hotbed of culture or a thriving nightlife, but you will find good local eateries and shops. For a bigger city experience, Eugene is just over an hour north.

Living in Winston
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The Southern Oregon lifestyle is fairly laid back, with a strong emphasis on outdoor recreation. From fishing on the South Umpqua to exploring the surrounding mountains or taking a day trip to the Oregon Coast, there's tons to do out in nature. In town, you're not going to find a hotbed of culture or a thriving nightlife, but you will find good local eateries and shops. For a bigger city experience, Eugene is just over an hour north.

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Winston
The third time's a charm, right? The settlement that eventually became Winston saw two post offices open and close before the third remained and the village started to grow into a town. Still, it wasn't until 1955 that it officially became incorporated as the town of Winston.
The third time's a charm, right? The settlement that eventually became Winston saw two post offices open and close before the third remained and the village started to grow into a town. Still, it wasn't until 1955 that it officially became incorporated as the town of Winston.

The early years after initial settlement of Winston in the late 1800s was focused on agriculture. It was growth related to the lumber industry that saw the town actually take shape. These days, Winston is home to one of Southern Oregon's most well-known attractions, Wild Safari. It's a 600-acre wildlife park that allows animal specimens from around the world to roam freely and has become a major tourist draw. Winston is part of a group of small towns that are lined up along Highways 42 and 99 run together to the south of Roseburg. Highway 42 is the main road connecting Interstate 5 to Coos Bay on the Oregon Coast. Just about 5,400 residents call Winston home.

Moving to Winston

The percentage of places to rent that are available has traditionally run fairly close to the national average for towns of this size. That means you aren't going to be fighting too hard to find a place, as long as you make a plan and follow through. Like any smaller town, there's a limit on what's on the market at any given time and there can be a seasonality to it all. Don't leave yourself parked in front of the couch at your current pad too long and you'll be fine. Make a list of available properties and try to match it up with what you're looking for in a place. Your search for apartments in Winston should start as soon as you know you're going to be moving here. The more time you have, the more likely that you will be able to get that first-choice place. Be prepared with a list of references from where you lived before, a decent credit check, and enough cash to cover first month, last month, and a security deposit.

Moving to Winston
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The percentage of places to rent that are available has traditionally run fairly close to the national average for towns of this size. That means you aren't going to be fighting too hard to find a place, as long as you make a plan and follow through. Like any smaller town, there's a limit on what's on the market at any given time and there can be a seasonality to it all. Don't leave yourself parked in front of the couch at your current pad too long and you'll be fine. Make a list of available properties and try to match it up with what you're looking for in a place. Your search for apartments in Winston should start as soon as you know you're going to be moving here. The more time you have, the more likely that you will be able to get that first-choice place. Be prepared with a list of references from where you lived before, a decent credit check, and enough cash to cover first month, last month, and a security deposit.

Winston Neighborhoods

The bend in the South Umpqua River has helped define the shape of the community. The development of some surrounding areas into vineyards (hello, wine tasting!) as the Umpqua Valley started to see wineries pop up has also influenced growth on the outskirts of town. The relatively easy commute to surrounding communities also impacts housing--this is a low road-rage community.

Civil Bend: Roughly situated in the triangle formed by the intersection of Highway 99 and 42, this is a good area to find one bedroom apartments for rent near the Civil Bend Cemetery. There's also a public boat ramp to the river here, so get started finding a friend with a boat.

Riverbend: This part of town is on the east side of Highway 42, located on next to the largest river bend as it turns north. You'll find a mix of housing including an RV park, a manufactured home park, and standard single family homes. Riverbend Park and Winston-Dillard County Park are both in this part of town. It's a good place to find a duplex for rent as well.

Lookingglass Road: This road roughly defines the northern boundary of Winston. As it leaves town heading West, you will find wineries and farmland on the way to the small community of Looking Glass. Some of the newer residential development is along this road.

Winston Neighborhoods
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The bend in the South Umpqua River has helped define the shape of the community. The development of some surrounding areas into vineyards (hello, wine tasting!) as the Umpqua Valley started to see wineries pop up has also influenced growth on the outskirts of town. The relatively easy commute to surrounding communities also impacts housing--this is a low road-rage community.

Civil Bend: Roughly situated in the triangle formed by the intersection of Highway 99 and 42, this is a good area to find one bedroom apartments for rent near the Civil Bend Cemetery. There's also a public boat ramp to the river here, so get started finding a friend with a boat.

Riverbend: This part of town is on the east side of Highway 42, located on next to the largest river bend as it turns north. You'll find a mix of housing including an RV park, a manufactured home park, and standard single family homes. Riverbend Park and Winston-Dillard County Park are both in this part of town. It's a good place to find a duplex for rent as well.

Lookingglass Road: This road roughly defines the northern boundary of Winston. As it leaves town heading West, you will find wineries and farmland on the way to the small community of Looking Glass. Some of the newer residential development is along this road.

Living in Winston

The Southern Oregon lifestyle is fairly laid back, with a strong emphasis on outdoor recreation. From fishing on the South Umpqua to exploring the surrounding mountains or taking a day trip to the Oregon Coast, there's tons to do out in nature. In town, you're not going to find a hotbed of culture or a thriving nightlife, but you will find good local eateries and shops. For a bigger city experience, Eugene is just over an hour north.

Living in Winston
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The Southern Oregon lifestyle is fairly laid back, with a strong emphasis on outdoor recreation. From fishing on the South Umpqua to exploring the surrounding mountains or taking a day trip to the Oregon Coast, there's tons to do out in nature. In town, you're not going to find a hotbed of culture or a thriving nightlife, but you will find good local eateries and shops. For a bigger city experience, Eugene is just over an hour north.