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8 Apartments for rent in Waynesboro, PA

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357 VIEWPOINT WAY
357 Viewpoint Way
Waynesboro, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1330 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 05:55 AM
Well maintained townhouse featuring 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Townhouse offers spacious living room with tile floor, equipped kitchen with walk-in pantry, dining area with sliding patio door to composite deck.
1 Unit Available
225 Crown Court
225 Crown Court
Waynesboro, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1350 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
3 Bedroom Townhouse for Rent in Waynesboro! - This is a 3 bedroom 2.5 bath town home just a short walk from downtown Waynesboro! Enter into a small foyer area adjacent to the ground level garage, with washer and dryer hookup at the end of the hall.
1 Unit Available
136 N Potomac St
136 North Potomac Street
Waynesboro, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1250 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
136 N Potomac St Available 02/08/21 4 Bedroom Home in Waynesboro! - Come check out this beautiful, colonial home with 3 nice sized bedrooms with closets with an additional smaller 4th bedroom and 1 & 1/2 baths.
1 Unit Available
236 Crown Court
236 Crown Court
Waynesboro, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1350 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
3 Bedroom Townhouse for Rent in Waynesboro! - This is a 3 bedroom 2.5 bath town home just a short walk from downtown Waynesboro! Enter into a small foyer area adjacent to the ground level garage, with washer and dryer hookup at the end of the hall.
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1 Unit Available
11806 ROBINWOOD DRIVE
11806 Robinwood Drive
Robinwood, MD | Robinwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1344 sqft
Last updated January 16 at 05:55 AM
One Level Living !! Nice sized rancher w/ Hardwood flooring and fireplace. Lower level has finished square footage and full bath. Great Location ! Pets on a case by case basis.
1 Unit Available
21312 Mount Aetna Road
21312 Mount Aetna Road
Mount Aetna, MD
3 Bedrooms
$1,675
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
21312 Mount Aetna Road Available 02/01/21 - 3/4 bedroom home with 3 full baths. Full finished basement where could be bedroom. Pool and hot tub available for $100 extra per month. (RLNE6349961)
1 Unit Available
18821 Preston Road
18821 Preston Road
Fountainhead-Orchard Hills, MD | Fountainhead - Orchard Hills
2 Bedrooms
$1,275
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Single family home in Fountain Head - Very nice single family home in Fountain Head community.
1 Unit Available
861 Buchanan Trl E 11
861 Buchanan Trail East
Franklin County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Woodlawn Apartments - Property Id: 461234 2nd Floor 2 bedroom, W/S/T inc. Terms: This property is listed through Turbo Tenant. To be considered you must fill out the lead questionnaire on Turbo Tenant, there is no fee to complete the questionnaire.
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How much is rent in Waynesboro?
Apartment Rentals in Waynesboro start at $1,350/month.
How much is rent in Waynesboro?
Apartment Rentals in Waynesboro start at $1,350/month.
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While some Waynesboro 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 Waynesboro 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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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Waynesboro. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Hood College.

City Guide

Waynesboro
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is the industrial borough that gave birth to Frick & Co., Landis Tool Company, and Geiser Manufacturing Company.
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is the industrial borough that gave birth to Frick & Co., Landis Tool Company, and Geiser Manufacturing Company.

Situated in Cumberland Valley, straddling the state lines that separate Pennsylvania and Maryland, Waynesboro is home to 10,568 residents thriving on 3.4 square miles of land. This borough has survived raids, ambushes, Civil War and the booms and busts of the manufacturing industry. And yep, Waynesboro has gone a long way from being the frontier town where residents spent most of their time dodging and fleeing from skirmishes.

Moving to Waynesboro

Don't worry -- wars are a thing of the past for this borough. What may be more real right now is the war in your mind when you decided to move to Waynesboro. Ease some of those worries by reading on.

What's on the Scene?

Want to live in a historic house with fancy architecture? You're just about to have your dream come true when you come and live in Waynesboro. Rental housing in this side of Pennsylvania ranges from stately five-bedroom houses to humble one-bedroom apartments. There's also a good stock of apartment complexes and townhomes for renters.

The Essentials

To get you into your dream rental homes in Waynesboro, you need to have a completed rental application, satisfactory rental history and proof of employment. Some landlords will require you to undergo a credit and background check, while others will go easy on you with this one. And yeah, add to that the security deposit and advance rent, and you're on your way to living in the rental apt of your choice.

A Warning‰Û_

Don't get too easily charmed with a house's look. This is especially true when you're eyeing a "charming" historic home. You need to investigate further if interior repairs are necessary and if the cost of that can be deducted from your rent right off the bat. Fail to do this, and you'll have maintenance issues hounding you in the future.

Moving to Waynesboro
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Don't worry -- wars are a thing of the past for this borough. What may be more real right now is the war in your mind when you decided to move to Waynesboro. Ease some of those worries by reading on.

What's on the Scene?

Want to live in a historic house with fancy architecture? You're just about to have your dream come true when you come and live in Waynesboro. Rental housing in this side of Pennsylvania ranges from stately five-bedroom houses to humble one-bedroom apartments. There's also a good stock of apartment complexes and townhomes for renters.

The Essentials

To get you into your dream rental homes in Waynesboro, you need to have a completed rental application, satisfactory rental history and proof of employment. Some landlords will require you to undergo a credit and background check, while others will go easy on you with this one. And yeah, add to that the security deposit and advance rent, and you're on your way to living in the rental apt of your choice.

A Warning‰Û_

Don't get too easily charmed with a house's look. This is especially true when you're eyeing a "charming" historic home. You need to investigate further if interior repairs are necessary and if the cost of that can be deducted from your rent right off the bat. Fail to do this, and you'll have maintenance issues hounding you in the future.

Waynesboro Neighborhoods

Waynesboro has several distinct neighborhoods with different characteristics. Have a glimpse of these areas so you know where to take your apartment search.

Downtown: Whether you're looking for small and cozy studio pads or three-bedroom houses for rent, Waynesboro's downtown area has all that in the mix. There's a wealth of apartment complexes, buildings, duplexes and family homes that are pretty walkable to major establishments in this borough. You can find Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library, Waynesboro Hospital, diners and shops over on Main Street.

Wayne Heights: Located on the outskirts of the downtown area, this is a neighborhood of houses, apartment complexes, farms and mobile homes. Renfrew Museum and Park, as well as the Antietam Humane Society, are based here.

S Potomac Street: This suburban community located south of downtown is a slightly walkable neighborhood. Townhomes, typical family homes and condos for rent are the common residential options in this area. This neighborhood is home to grocers, shops and diners.

Clayton Avenue: This suburban neighborhood has a wealth of homes, apartment buildings and complexes.

Waynesboro Neighborhoods
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Waynesboro has several distinct neighborhoods with different characteristics. Have a glimpse of these areas so you know where to take your apartment search.

Downtown: Whether you're looking for small and cozy studio pads or three-bedroom houses for rent, Waynesboro's downtown area has all that in the mix. There's a wealth of apartment complexes, buildings, duplexes and family homes that are pretty walkable to major establishments in this borough. You can find Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library, Waynesboro Hospital, diners and shops over on Main Street.

Wayne Heights: Located on the outskirts of the downtown area, this is a neighborhood of houses, apartment complexes, farms and mobile homes. Renfrew Museum and Park, as well as the Antietam Humane Society, are based here.

S Potomac Street: This suburban community located south of downtown is a slightly walkable neighborhood. Townhomes, typical family homes and condos for rent are the common residential options in this area. This neighborhood is home to grocers, shops and diners.

Clayton Avenue: This suburban neighborhood has a wealth of homes, apartment buildings and complexes.

Living in Waynesboro

If you're the kind of person who likes to get to know a place better by delving through its past, you will have your hands full in this borough. For starters, you can visit the Alexander Hamilton House, Royer-Nicodemus House and Farm, Joseph J. Oller House and Borough Hall, or just take a stroll in its downtown area and you'll have glimpses of its rich history. In addition, if you can get some volunteers to open Waynesboro Area Industrial Heritage Trust, you'll be treated to manufacturing relics by Frick, Geiser and Landis -- Waynesboro's savvy inventors from the past.

If attending events and festivals is more like your idea of fun, the Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew is something you can look forward to. In addition, the neighboring communities in Franklin County have their own events, which you can gatecrash anytime you've a mind to.

Spending time in the great outdoors is another recreation you can enjoy here. You can go for a picnic, or go hiking or biking at the Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area or Red Run Park. Alternatively, you can visit nearby communities and have a dose of outdoor adventure at Cowan's Gap State Park at Fort Loudon or Colonel Denning State Park at Doubling Gap.

Living in Waynesboro
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If you're the kind of person who likes to get to know a place better by delving through its past, you will have your hands full in this borough. For starters, you can visit the Alexander Hamilton House, Royer-Nicodemus House and Farm, Joseph J. Oller House and Borough Hall, or just take a stroll in its downtown area and you'll have glimpses of its rich history. In addition, if you can get some volunteers to open Waynesboro Area Industrial Heritage Trust, you'll be treated to manufacturing relics by Frick, Geiser and Landis -- Waynesboro's savvy inventors from the past.

If attending events and festivals is more like your idea of fun, the Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew is something you can look forward to. In addition, the neighboring communities in Franklin County have their own events, which you can gatecrash anytime you've a mind to.

Spending time in the great outdoors is another recreation you can enjoy here. You can go for a picnic, or go hiking or biking at the Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area or Red Run Park. Alternatively, you can visit nearby communities and have a dose of outdoor adventure at Cowan's Gap State Park at Fort Loudon or Colonel Denning State Park at Doubling Gap.

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City Guide

Waynesboro
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is the industrial borough that gave birth to Frick & Co., Landis Tool Company, and Geiser Manufacturing Company.
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is the industrial borough that gave birth to Frick & Co., Landis Tool Company, and Geiser Manufacturing Company.

Situated in Cumberland Valley, straddling the state lines that separate Pennsylvania and Maryland, Waynesboro is home to 10,568 residents thriving on 3.4 square miles of land. This borough has survived raids, ambushes, Civil War and the booms and busts of the manufacturing industry. And yep, Waynesboro has gone a long way from being the frontier town where residents spent most of their time dodging and fleeing from skirmishes.

Moving to Waynesboro

Don't worry -- wars are a thing of the past for this borough. What may be more real right now is the war in your mind when you decided to move to Waynesboro. Ease some of those worries by reading on.

What's on the Scene?

Want to live in a historic house with fancy architecture? You're just about to have your dream come true when you come and live in Waynesboro. Rental housing in this side of Pennsylvania ranges from stately five-bedroom houses to humble one-bedroom apartments. There's also a good stock of apartment complexes and townhomes for renters.

The Essentials

To get you into your dream rental homes in Waynesboro, you need to have a completed rental application, satisfactory rental history and proof of employment. Some landlords will require you to undergo a credit and background check, while others will go easy on you with this one. And yeah, add to that the security deposit and advance rent, and you're on your way to living in the rental apt of your choice.

A Warning‰Û_

Don't get too easily charmed with a house's look. This is especially true when you're eyeing a "charming" historic home. You need to investigate further if interior repairs are necessary and if the cost of that can be deducted from your rent right off the bat. Fail to do this, and you'll have maintenance issues hounding you in the future.

Moving to Waynesboro
+

Don't worry -- wars are a thing of the past for this borough. What may be more real right now is the war in your mind when you decided to move to Waynesboro. Ease some of those worries by reading on.

What's on the Scene?

Want to live in a historic house with fancy architecture? You're just about to have your dream come true when you come and live in Waynesboro. Rental housing in this side of Pennsylvania ranges from stately five-bedroom houses to humble one-bedroom apartments. There's also a good stock of apartment complexes and townhomes for renters.

The Essentials

To get you into your dream rental homes in Waynesboro, you need to have a completed rental application, satisfactory rental history and proof of employment. Some landlords will require you to undergo a credit and background check, while others will go easy on you with this one. And yeah, add to that the security deposit and advance rent, and you're on your way to living in the rental apt of your choice.

A Warning‰Û_

Don't get too easily charmed with a house's look. This is especially true when you're eyeing a "charming" historic home. You need to investigate further if interior repairs are necessary and if the cost of that can be deducted from your rent right off the bat. Fail to do this, and you'll have maintenance issues hounding you in the future.

Waynesboro Neighborhoods

Waynesboro has several distinct neighborhoods with different characteristics. Have a glimpse of these areas so you know where to take your apartment search.

Downtown: Whether you're looking for small and cozy studio pads or three-bedroom houses for rent, Waynesboro's downtown area has all that in the mix. There's a wealth of apartment complexes, buildings, duplexes and family homes that are pretty walkable to major establishments in this borough. You can find Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library, Waynesboro Hospital, diners and shops over on Main Street.

Wayne Heights: Located on the outskirts of the downtown area, this is a neighborhood of houses, apartment complexes, farms and mobile homes. Renfrew Museum and Park, as well as the Antietam Humane Society, are based here.

S Potomac Street: This suburban community located south of downtown is a slightly walkable neighborhood. Townhomes, typical family homes and condos for rent are the common residential options in this area. This neighborhood is home to grocers, shops and diners.

Clayton Avenue: This suburban neighborhood has a wealth of homes, apartment buildings and complexes.

Waynesboro Neighborhoods
+

Waynesboro has several distinct neighborhoods with different characteristics. Have a glimpse of these areas so you know where to take your apartment search.

Downtown: Whether you're looking for small and cozy studio pads or three-bedroom houses for rent, Waynesboro's downtown area has all that in the mix. There's a wealth of apartment complexes, buildings, duplexes and family homes that are pretty walkable to major establishments in this borough. You can find Alexander Hamilton Memorial Library, Waynesboro Hospital, diners and shops over on Main Street.

Wayne Heights: Located on the outskirts of the downtown area, this is a neighborhood of houses, apartment complexes, farms and mobile homes. Renfrew Museum and Park, as well as the Antietam Humane Society, are based here.

S Potomac Street: This suburban community located south of downtown is a slightly walkable neighborhood. Townhomes, typical family homes and condos for rent are the common residential options in this area. This neighborhood is home to grocers, shops and diners.

Clayton Avenue: This suburban neighborhood has a wealth of homes, apartment buildings and complexes.

Living in Waynesboro

If you're the kind of person who likes to get to know a place better by delving through its past, you will have your hands full in this borough. For starters, you can visit the Alexander Hamilton House, Royer-Nicodemus House and Farm, Joseph J. Oller House and Borough Hall, or just take a stroll in its downtown area and you'll have glimpses of its rich history. In addition, if you can get some volunteers to open Waynesboro Area Industrial Heritage Trust, you'll be treated to manufacturing relics by Frick, Geiser and Landis -- Waynesboro's savvy inventors from the past.

If attending events and festivals is more like your idea of fun, the Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew is something you can look forward to. In addition, the neighboring communities in Franklin County have their own events, which you can gatecrash anytime you've a mind to.

Spending time in the great outdoors is another recreation you can enjoy here. You can go for a picnic, or go hiking or biking at the Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area or Red Run Park. Alternatively, you can visit nearby communities and have a dose of outdoor adventure at Cowan's Gap State Park at Fort Loudon or Colonel Denning State Park at Doubling Gap.

Living in Waynesboro
+

If you're the kind of person who likes to get to know a place better by delving through its past, you will have your hands full in this borough. For starters, you can visit the Alexander Hamilton House, Royer-Nicodemus House and Farm, Joseph J. Oller House and Borough Hall, or just take a stroll in its downtown area and you'll have glimpses of its rich history. In addition, if you can get some volunteers to open Waynesboro Area Industrial Heritage Trust, you'll be treated to manufacturing relics by Frick, Geiser and Landis -- Waynesboro's savvy inventors from the past.

If attending events and festivals is more like your idea of fun, the Pumpkin Festival at Renfrew is something you can look forward to. In addition, the neighboring communities in Franklin County have their own events, which you can gatecrash anytime you've a mind to.

Spending time in the great outdoors is another recreation you can enjoy here. You can go for a picnic, or go hiking or biking at the Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area or Red Run Park. Alternatively, you can visit nearby communities and have a dose of outdoor adventure at Cowan's Gap State Park at Fort Loudon or Colonel Denning State Park at Doubling Gap.