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Hollidaysburg Manor
1152 Four Leaf Lane
Hollidaysburg, PA | Lakeside
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1 Bedroom
$890
950 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,240
1115 sqft
Last updated July 7 at 02:19 PM
Hollidaysburg Manor Apartments is a delightful apartment community nestled in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Choose six spacious apartments each with abundant closet space and a patio or balcony.
1 Unit Available
704 Penn Street - Apt 1
704 Penn Street
Hollidaysburg, PA
2 Bedrooms
$900
774 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 28 at 06:49 PM
AVAILABLE 12/1/2020 NO PETS ALLOWED! 1st Floor Apartment! This very cozy 1st floor apartment in the heart of historical downtown Hollidaysburg, just a short block to the courthouse, post office, and the business district.
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1 Unit Available
614 Peachview Ln
614 Peachview Lane
Blair County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$850
Last updated November 28 at 10:59 AM
Perry Wellington Realty LLC 814.695.
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1 Unit Available
406 6th St
406 6th St
Altoona, PA | Dutch Hill
3 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated November 28 at 10:59 AM
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1 Unit Available
3913 5th Ave
3913 5th Avenue
Altoona, PA | Knickerbockers
3 Bedrooms
$700
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
3 Bedroom Home for Rent in Altoona - 3913 5th Ave, Altoona 3 bedrooms/1 bathroom $700.00/month + $700.00 Security Water/Sewer up to $65.
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Walton Heights
1101 E Walton Ave
Altoona, PA | Greenwood
1 Bedroom
$820
665 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$805
840 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 28 at 06:03 PM
Newly renovated units located close to I-99 and Penn State campus. Units have private patios or balconies, in addition to in-unit laundry, air-conditioning and cooking range. Pet-friendly. Trash valet and 24-hour maintenance.
1 Unit Available
210 Bell Ave
210 East Bell Avenue
Altoona, PA | East End
3 Bedrooms
$900
Last updated November 28 at 10:59 AM
Perry Wellington Realty LLC 814.695.
1 Unit Available
2191 Woods Ln
2191 Woods Lane
Blair County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$850
Last updated November 28 at 10:59 AM
Perry Wellington Realty LLC 814.695.
1 Unit Available
901 N. 4th Avenue - Upstairs
901 North 4th Avenue
Altoona, PA | Juniata
2 Bedrooms
$515
1000 sqft
Last updated August 5 at 01:18 AM
includes water and trash.... furnished with .. stove , refigerator. Upstairs small apartment.
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How much is rent in Hollidaysburg?
Apartment Rentals in Hollidaysburg start at $850/month.
How much is rent in Hollidaysburg?
Apartment Rentals in Hollidaysburg start at $850/month.
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While some Hollidaysburg 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 Hollidaysburg 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

Hollidaysburg
You probably didn't know that the world-famous toy the 'Slinky' is made right here in Hollidaysburg! More than 250 billion Slinkys have been manufactured and sold since it was invented.
You probably didn't know that the world-famous toy the 'Slinky' is made right here in Hollidaysburg! More than 250 billion Slinkys have been manufactured and sold since it was invented.

Hollidaysburg is a borough in Blair County, Pennsylvania and is divided into two neighborhoods and is one of Pennsylvania's more historic boroughs, with many houses here built before World War II. The town was built in 1796 and was once an important center for industry and commerce; iron ore, coal and limestone are all found in the region. Today, the borough spans 2.38 square miles and is home to around 5,791 residents.

Moving to Hollidaysburg

If moving here is in the cards, you'll be pleased to know that the borough has a good mix of owned and rented properties, so finding one-bedroom apartments for rent or a duplex for rent shouldn't be an impossible task! However don't move here expecting a fast pace of life and vibrant nightlife -- but Hollidaysburg is still a great place for everyone! You won't find many new apartment blocks or rental houses in Hollidaysburg and whilst living in an older building can be charming, these types of properties can have their issues too!

What to Expect

Provided you allow yourself four to six weeks to apartment hunt, finding apts for rent here should be a fairly straightforward process. You'll need the usual paperwork associated with securing a rental -- don't forget your ID, bank statements, pay stubs, references from previous landlords and credit check. Don't ever part with cash until you've met the owner and viewed the apartment!

When to Start Searching

Rather than coming to PA for the weekend, head here mid-week as most realtors and rental agencies work Monday -- Friday. You should try to view as many apartments as you can so that you can compare the type of accommodation on offer; from 3 bedroom apartments for rent to one bedroom condos, you'll find that Hollidaysburg has plenty of choice. The best times of the year to hunt are at the start and end of the year, but avoid the holiday season as nobody wants to be moving at this time of year!

Moving to Hollidaysburg
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If moving here is in the cards, you'll be pleased to know that the borough has a good mix of owned and rented properties, so finding one-bedroom apartments for rent or a duplex for rent shouldn't be an impossible task! However don't move here expecting a fast pace of life and vibrant nightlife -- but Hollidaysburg is still a great place for everyone! You won't find many new apartment blocks or rental houses in Hollidaysburg and whilst living in an older building can be charming, these types of properties can have their issues too!

What to Expect

Provided you allow yourself four to six weeks to apartment hunt, finding apts for rent here should be a fairly straightforward process. You'll need the usual paperwork associated with securing a rental -- don't forget your ID, bank statements, pay stubs, references from previous landlords and credit check. Don't ever part with cash until you've met the owner and viewed the apartment!

When to Start Searching

Rather than coming to PA for the weekend, head here mid-week as most realtors and rental agencies work Monday -- Friday. You should try to view as many apartments as you can so that you can compare the type of accommodation on offer; from 3 bedroom apartments for rent to one bedroom condos, you'll find that Hollidaysburg has plenty of choice. The best times of the year to hunt are at the start and end of the year, but avoid the holiday season as nobody wants to be moving at this time of year!

Neighborhoods in Hollidaysburg

The borough is split into two distinct neighborhoods and each will appeal to a different type of person -- here's a bit more info to go on to ensure you pick the best neighborhood for your needs:

Borough Center: The good news is that rent in the borough center is cheaper than around 63% of neighborhoods in Pennsylvania! The district has a good mix of owners and renters and most buildings in this neighborhood pre-date the Second World War. With an average vacancy rate, finding apts for rent here shouldn't be too hard. Whilst shops, grocery stores and entertainment options are all nearby, owning a car is helpful, although many people get around on foot. There are plenty of cafes in this neighbourhood - head for Allegheny Creamery & Crepes to enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch or relax with a coffee at Allegheny Street Coffee Company. Families, runners and dog walkers head for Dell Delight Legion Park, a relaxing oasis at the heart of the neighborhood which can be packed on sunny summer afternoons!

Canoe Creek / Frankstown: This is the larger of the two neighborhoods and has a more rural feel -- property here is much more expensive to rent and lower vacancy rates coupled with above average demand could make finding rental houses tricky; most homes are owner occupied. You'll definitely need a car if you live here, not only for commuting but also to get from A to B. For a tasty breakfast or brunch, don't miss The Dream Restaurant; there's also a room here which can be hired for private functions. The State Game Lands to the south of the neighborhood is a popular spot for shooting and hunting whilst Chimney Rocks Park and Recreation Area is the ideal place for a picnic; there are also plenty of walking trails here and the park hosts concerts and events during the summer months.

Neighborhoods in Hollidaysburg
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The borough is split into two distinct neighborhoods and each will appeal to a different type of person -- here's a bit more info to go on to ensure you pick the best neighborhood for your needs:

Borough Center: The good news is that rent in the borough center is cheaper than around 63% of neighborhoods in Pennsylvania! The district has a good mix of owners and renters and most buildings in this neighborhood pre-date the Second World War. With an average vacancy rate, finding apts for rent here shouldn't be too hard. Whilst shops, grocery stores and entertainment options are all nearby, owning a car is helpful, although many people get around on foot. There are plenty of cafes in this neighbourhood - head for Allegheny Creamery & Crepes to enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch or relax with a coffee at Allegheny Street Coffee Company. Families, runners and dog walkers head for Dell Delight Legion Park, a relaxing oasis at the heart of the neighborhood which can be packed on sunny summer afternoons!

Canoe Creek / Frankstown: This is the larger of the two neighborhoods and has a more rural feel -- property here is much more expensive to rent and lower vacancy rates coupled with above average demand could make finding rental houses tricky; most homes are owner occupied. You'll definitely need a car if you live here, not only for commuting but also to get from A to B. For a tasty breakfast or brunch, don't miss The Dream Restaurant; there's also a room here which can be hired for private functions. The State Game Lands to the south of the neighborhood is a popular spot for shooting and hunting whilst Chimney Rocks Park and Recreation Area is the ideal place for a picnic; there are also plenty of walking trails here and the park hosts concerts and events during the summer months.

Living in Hollidaysburg

As anyone who lives here knows, the center of Hollidaysburg is known as 'The Diamond' -- it's here that the town's parades, celebrations and festivals take place. Why not head for Canoe Creek State Park, a popular local spot for hiking and picnicking -- spot the beaver dam and lodge! Allegheny Street Cigar Company is a great meeting spot for cigar aficionados with its flat screen TV and selection of premium cigars, whilst art lovers should check out 321 Gallery. Whether you're shopping for a piece of art for your home or just taking a look around, you'll find work from local artists such as water colors, ceramics, jewelry and oil paintings.

Living in Hollidaysburg
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As anyone who lives here knows, the center of Hollidaysburg is known as 'The Diamond' -- it's here that the town's parades, celebrations and festivals take place. Why not head for Canoe Creek State Park, a popular local spot for hiking and picnicking -- spot the beaver dam and lodge! Allegheny Street Cigar Company is a great meeting spot for cigar aficionados with its flat screen TV and selection of premium cigars, whilst art lovers should check out 321 Gallery. Whether you're shopping for a piece of art for your home or just taking a look around, you'll find work from local artists such as water colors, ceramics, jewelry and oil paintings.

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City Guide

Hollidaysburg
You probably didn't know that the world-famous toy the 'Slinky' is made right here in Hollidaysburg! More than 250 billion Slinkys have been manufactured and sold since it was invented.
You probably didn't know that the world-famous toy the 'Slinky' is made right here in Hollidaysburg! More than 250 billion Slinkys have been manufactured and sold since it was invented.

Hollidaysburg is a borough in Blair County, Pennsylvania and is divided into two neighborhoods and is one of Pennsylvania's more historic boroughs, with many houses here built before World War II. The town was built in 1796 and was once an important center for industry and commerce; iron ore, coal and limestone are all found in the region. Today, the borough spans 2.38 square miles and is home to around 5,791 residents.

Moving to Hollidaysburg

If moving here is in the cards, you'll be pleased to know that the borough has a good mix of owned and rented properties, so finding one-bedroom apartments for rent or a duplex for rent shouldn't be an impossible task! However don't move here expecting a fast pace of life and vibrant nightlife -- but Hollidaysburg is still a great place for everyone! You won't find many new apartment blocks or rental houses in Hollidaysburg and whilst living in an older building can be charming, these types of properties can have their issues too!

What to Expect

Provided you allow yourself four to six weeks to apartment hunt, finding apts for rent here should be a fairly straightforward process. You'll need the usual paperwork associated with securing a rental -- don't forget your ID, bank statements, pay stubs, references from previous landlords and credit check. Don't ever part with cash until you've met the owner and viewed the apartment!

When to Start Searching

Rather than coming to PA for the weekend, head here mid-week as most realtors and rental agencies work Monday -- Friday. You should try to view as many apartments as you can so that you can compare the type of accommodation on offer; from 3 bedroom apartments for rent to one bedroom condos, you'll find that Hollidaysburg has plenty of choice. The best times of the year to hunt are at the start and end of the year, but avoid the holiday season as nobody wants to be moving at this time of year!

Moving to Hollidaysburg
+

If moving here is in the cards, you'll be pleased to know that the borough has a good mix of owned and rented properties, so finding one-bedroom apartments for rent or a duplex for rent shouldn't be an impossible task! However don't move here expecting a fast pace of life and vibrant nightlife -- but Hollidaysburg is still a great place for everyone! You won't find many new apartment blocks or rental houses in Hollidaysburg and whilst living in an older building can be charming, these types of properties can have their issues too!

What to Expect

Provided you allow yourself four to six weeks to apartment hunt, finding apts for rent here should be a fairly straightforward process. You'll need the usual paperwork associated with securing a rental -- don't forget your ID, bank statements, pay stubs, references from previous landlords and credit check. Don't ever part with cash until you've met the owner and viewed the apartment!

When to Start Searching

Rather than coming to PA for the weekend, head here mid-week as most realtors and rental agencies work Monday -- Friday. You should try to view as many apartments as you can so that you can compare the type of accommodation on offer; from 3 bedroom apartments for rent to one bedroom condos, you'll find that Hollidaysburg has plenty of choice. The best times of the year to hunt are at the start and end of the year, but avoid the holiday season as nobody wants to be moving at this time of year!

Neighborhoods in Hollidaysburg

The borough is split into two distinct neighborhoods and each will appeal to a different type of person -- here's a bit more info to go on to ensure you pick the best neighborhood for your needs:

Borough Center: The good news is that rent in the borough center is cheaper than around 63% of neighborhoods in Pennsylvania! The district has a good mix of owners and renters and most buildings in this neighborhood pre-date the Second World War. With an average vacancy rate, finding apts for rent here shouldn't be too hard. Whilst shops, grocery stores and entertainment options are all nearby, owning a car is helpful, although many people get around on foot. There are plenty of cafes in this neighbourhood - head for Allegheny Creamery & Crepes to enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch or relax with a coffee at Allegheny Street Coffee Company. Families, runners and dog walkers head for Dell Delight Legion Park, a relaxing oasis at the heart of the neighborhood which can be packed on sunny summer afternoons!

Canoe Creek / Frankstown: This is the larger of the two neighborhoods and has a more rural feel -- property here is much more expensive to rent and lower vacancy rates coupled with above average demand could make finding rental houses tricky; most homes are owner occupied. You'll definitely need a car if you live here, not only for commuting but also to get from A to B. For a tasty breakfast or brunch, don't miss The Dream Restaurant; there's also a room here which can be hired for private functions. The State Game Lands to the south of the neighborhood is a popular spot for shooting and hunting whilst Chimney Rocks Park and Recreation Area is the ideal place for a picnic; there are also plenty of walking trails here and the park hosts concerts and events during the summer months.

Neighborhoods in Hollidaysburg
+

The borough is split into two distinct neighborhoods and each will appeal to a different type of person -- here's a bit more info to go on to ensure you pick the best neighborhood for your needs:

Borough Center: The good news is that rent in the borough center is cheaper than around 63% of neighborhoods in Pennsylvania! The district has a good mix of owners and renters and most buildings in this neighborhood pre-date the Second World War. With an average vacancy rate, finding apts for rent here shouldn't be too hard. Whilst shops, grocery stores and entertainment options are all nearby, owning a car is helpful, although many people get around on foot. There are plenty of cafes in this neighbourhood - head for Allegheny Creamery & Crepes to enjoy a delicious breakfast or brunch or relax with a coffee at Allegheny Street Coffee Company. Families, runners and dog walkers head for Dell Delight Legion Park, a relaxing oasis at the heart of the neighborhood which can be packed on sunny summer afternoons!

Canoe Creek / Frankstown: This is the larger of the two neighborhoods and has a more rural feel -- property here is much more expensive to rent and lower vacancy rates coupled with above average demand could make finding rental houses tricky; most homes are owner occupied. You'll definitely need a car if you live here, not only for commuting but also to get from A to B. For a tasty breakfast or brunch, don't miss The Dream Restaurant; there's also a room here which can be hired for private functions. The State Game Lands to the south of the neighborhood is a popular spot for shooting and hunting whilst Chimney Rocks Park and Recreation Area is the ideal place for a picnic; there are also plenty of walking trails here and the park hosts concerts and events during the summer months.

Living in Hollidaysburg

As anyone who lives here knows, the center of Hollidaysburg is known as 'The Diamond' -- it's here that the town's parades, celebrations and festivals take place. Why not head for Canoe Creek State Park, a popular local spot for hiking and picnicking -- spot the beaver dam and lodge! Allegheny Street Cigar Company is a great meeting spot for cigar aficionados with its flat screen TV and selection of premium cigars, whilst art lovers should check out 321 Gallery. Whether you're shopping for a piece of art for your home or just taking a look around, you'll find work from local artists such as water colors, ceramics, jewelry and oil paintings.

Living in Hollidaysburg
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As anyone who lives here knows, the center of Hollidaysburg is known as 'The Diamond' -- it's here that the town's parades, celebrations and festivals take place. Why not head for Canoe Creek State Park, a popular local spot for hiking and picnicking -- spot the beaver dam and lodge! Allegheny Street Cigar Company is a great meeting spot for cigar aficionados with its flat screen TV and selection of premium cigars, whilst art lovers should check out 321 Gallery. Whether you're shopping for a piece of art for your home or just taking a look around, you'll find work from local artists such as water colors, ceramics, jewelry and oil paintings.