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80 apartments for rent near Lansdale, PA

Station Square
100 Reading Cir
1 Bed
$1,116
2 Bed
$1,352
3 Bed
$2,044
Brookside Manor Apartments & Townhomes
2 Willow Ln
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,320
3 Bed
$1,620
Forge Gate Apartments
1141 Snyder Rd
1 Bed
$1,055
2 Bed
$1,100
3 Bed
$1,390
Main Street Apartments
1158 Welsh Rd
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1 Bed
$895
2 Bed
$1,040
58 N RICHARDSON AVENUE
Lansdale
3 Bed
$1,300
819 W 3RD STREET
Lansdale
4 Bed
$1,790
111 E 6TH STREET
Lansdale
5 Bed
$1,495
914B STOCKTON COURT
Lansdale
2 Bed
$1,350
238 STATE STREET
Lansdale
2 Bed
$1,300
1379 GWYNEDALE WAY
Lansdale
3 Bed
$2,000
328 COLUMBIA AVENUE
Lansdale
4 Bed
$1,900
411 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE
Lansdale
3 Bed
$2,250
E Main St
Lansdale
1 Bed
$695
1609 N LINE STREET
Lansdale
3 Bed
$1,295
21 S Valley Forge Rd
Lansdale
2 Bed
$1,850
718B WILLOW STREET
Lansdale
2 Bed
$1,200
104 TWINING ROAD
Lansdale
4 Bed
$2,500
88 CANNON COURT
Lansdale
3 Bed
$1,950
816 WALNUT STREET
Lansdale
2 Bed
$1,150
Results within 1 miles of Lansdale, PA
5900 CONSTITUTION COURT
North Wales
3 Bed
$1,750
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City Guide
Lansdale
Finding an Apartment in Lansdale

With Lansdale having two train stations, apartment living and easy access to Philadelphia makes Lansdale a destination to live and relax. While the rent will be cheaper in Lansdale then actually living in Philadelphia, the costs of rent may be a sticker shock to some.  So make sure when going to look for an apartment you have a price range in mind and see what utilities will be included.

How Much Will it Cost?

Rental prices in Lansdale tend to be a little cheaper than the surrounding townships. One bedrooms average higher than the national average, though.

When and How to Rent

You can rent pretty much any time of the year. Generally the early spring sees a small rise in rentals and off-peak times like the middle of winter see a bit of a dip. Of course, people moving with kids will probably want to take the school year into account. It always helps to start looking a month or two before you're ready to move just to find out what is on the market.  

Show up early when meeting with your agent of landlord so you can get moving on all the necessary paperwork in case you find the right place for you! Make sure you have all the standard stuff with you - references, bank information, credit history, etc. Bring a copy of your pet records if you have any pets, too! This will save you time when hunting for apartments - you don't want to lose the perfect place just because you don't have all your paperwork. And dress for the occasion! you don't want to show up looking like you haven't showered in a month. 

Lansdale Landings

Lansdale is a fairly small town without too much differentiation between areas. When you say you're moving to Lansdale, you don't need to get into details about which side of town you'll be on - they're all pretty much the same. 

Upper Gwynedd Township: Not quite a mile from the borough center of Lansdale, Upper Gwynedd Township is a little more expensive. One bedrooms run from on average $944 and 3+ bedrooms can be rented for $1600 to over $2200. $$$$-$$$$$

Towamencin Township: Towamencin township is to the west of Lansdale borough and closer to the PA Turnpike. Average costs in Towamencin for a one bedroom is around $910. $$

If you aren't interested in apartment living, there are houses to rent in the borough and surrounding areas as well. Prices for rental houses also vary by the hundreds depending on location and other things like utilities (included/not included), and pets. With these costs, there are times where living at home may not sound like a bad idea.

Life in Lansdale

Getting Around

The borough itself is very walkable, with sidewalks along most roads. Heading out to Upper Gwynedd Township and Towamencin Townships, driving is much easier. Lansdale is connected to SEPTA (South Eastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) by trains and buses.

Rush hour in Lansdale can be a bit cumbersome. With the trains coming and going every 20 minutes or so during peak hours, getting stuck at train crossings or traffic lights around a train crossing. If you take SEPTA routes can be delayed by weather and accidents so that can test your patience.    

Keeping Busy

In the late spring until mid-fall Lansdale has the Farmers market every Saturday. There are fresh fruits, vegetables, breads and more. The farmers market is a great way to shop local. Main Street has a mix of chain shops and mom and pop shops, so you'll never be short on new things to try.

In Lansdale, you'll find a nice and peaceful setting with a warm community. It's easy to travel to Center City, Philly and lots of nightlife, entertainment and activities in the neighboring areas. It's a great place to settle down and raise kids and there's something here for everyone.