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160 Apartments for rent in Munhall, PA

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Last updated January 16 at 12:33pm UTC
3319 Trautman St
Munhall, PA
Updated January 16 at 10:06am UTC
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132 E Eugene Ave
Munhall, PA
Updated January 16 at 9:25am UTC
3 Bedrooms
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Swissvale, PA
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475 Garner Court
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City Guide
Moving to Munhall

Pennsylvania's history attracts people from surrounding states to move here. However, because of its popularity, apartment and condo rentals come off of the market as quickly as they go on. If you're looking for an apartment to rent or housing for rent, the best time to come and execute your search would be in the winter or early summer when there aren't as many people touring the area. The prices apartments for rent may vary, but the less expensive ones tend to rent the quickest -- obviously.

A quick tip: If you're looking for an apartment to rent, have your deposit ready. Take a look at some of the properties in the area via Internet to get an idea of the approximate sum you would need to put down as a deposit. Keep this on you when going to view properties. You also need to bring a couple of documents along to speed up the application process:

Identification card and social security card

If you're not a U.S. citizen or you haven't received the state ID card, contact the apartment complex before visiting to find out what other acceptable forms identification they will take. In most cases apartment complexes will accept a U.S. passport or visa.

Proof of employment

If you are employed, you will need to bring along check stubs and a bank statement, which also doubles as your proof of income or your income tax papers if you are self-employed. If you've just been hired at your job and you don't have a check stub yet, obtain a letter from your employer stating the date you were hired, your position, your hours, your salary and the frequency of your pay.

Proof of past residence

If you're moving from another property, bring along a letter from the landlord or copies of your mortgage papers. If you were in the property less than two years, it is standard to have proof from the previous addresses as well.

Application fee and deposit

To avoid disappointment, bring along the application fee and your deposit. If you decide to hold an apartment pending your move, you will need to pay the deposit up front. The application fee typically covers the credit check and the cost to process the application. Note that some apartments may charge the fee as two separate charges rather than one lump sum.

Unless you want to pass out from heat exhaustion, it's advisable to look for an apartment during the cooler months when the weather is mild and there aren't so many tourists. Also, although the area is highly walkable, during the summer it can get pretty humid. To avoid crawling the sidewalks begging for water, take mass transit or a taxi see through the area. Alternatively, if you like to get your exercise -- take your bike.

Neighborhoods in Munhall

Munhall is a small borough and is really its own neighborhood. While there aren't any neighborhood in Munhall, it has all that it needs without the meddling or interference of another neighborhood trying to encroach on its territory. This place has a river, parks, schools, roads, air and paramecium, so it really doesn't need anything else.

Munhall: Single family homes and apartments make up the majority of housing in Munhall, which means it's good for renters and owners. If you are looking for a studio apartment or a hi rise, look to the north end of town along Ravine Street and 8th Avenue. With the Monongahela River to the north, the Munhall Recreation Park Westfield in the center and Westwood Golf Club in the south, Munhall has got you covered when it comes to outdoor fun.

Things to do in Munhall

You know the scary looking houses that you see in a Stephen King novel? The ones that are offset, just sitting by itself in the middle of nowhere? Well, those houses are located in Munhall, Pennsylvania. This area was built up around the 1800s, so many of the historical buildings and libraries resemble these haunted structures. Hopefully they aren't haunted, but there's no confirmation either way...

Munhall actually borders the Monongahela River, so fishing here is a must. There are also plenty of parks along the river front, with the most popular being Riverplex at Sandcastle. Most people boat along the river near Duck Hollow or run along Waterfront Drive, which borders the center section of the river.

Speaking of parks, which Pennsylvania is definitely known for, there are seven located within Munhall. Many of these parks have playground areas for small children, and some have plentiful fields for sports such as football and baseball. These larger parks offer more recreational space and contain grills and covered gazebos for summertime get togethers, reunions and BBQs.

If you're looking for a good shopping opportunity, bordering the north of Munhall are all of the stores you've come to know and love like Macy's, TJ Maxx, Wet Seal, Costco and Vitamin Shoppe. The Waterfront Shopping Center, also known as Pittsburgh Shopping Center, contains a bounty of flagship stores including the famous The Improv Comedy Club. Here, you can get a taste of what it's like to get made fun of live on TV, especially if you sit within the first five rows. If you want to catch a movie, just west of the waterfront is the AMC Loews Waterfront 22.

If you like biking, Munhall is a great place to be. Although there aren't many biking paths within the city itself, there is an enormously long path along the riverside. This biking path stretches from the southernmost tip of the River (which is all the way down in Maryland) to the northernmost tip of the river just spanning past Pittsburgh.

If you really want to get out and about, hop on one of the Port Authority buses that run through the city. The majority of these buses run down Main Street, which will take you to some of the more historical spots in the area.