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Windgate Apartments
2030 S Main St
Bountiful, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,033
771 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 06:12 AM
Newly remodeled apartment homes located just 11 miles north of downtown Salt Lake City and 13 miles from the airport. Air conditioned apartments are spacious with lots of sunlight. Community features a swimming pool.
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7 Units Available
Cherry Lane Apartments
2727 S 625 W
Bountiful, UT
2 Bedrooms
$1,091
855 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,406
1059 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Peaceful community close to recreation, transportation and major employers. 24 hour maintenance, swimming pool, playground and fitness center. Units feature A/C, bathtub and private patio/balcony. Pet-friendly!
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Village on Main Street
1525 N Main St
Bountiful, UT
1 Bedroom
$965
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1095 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:05 PM
This beautiful, modern development is entirely pet-friendly. Units offer 9-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, washer and dryer hookups, and professional management. The community offers a pool and spa, as well as a fitness center.
1 Unit Available
584 E 2150 S
584 East 2150 South
Bountiful, UT
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 08:35 AM
Short term rental through May 31st, 2021. Building a house? This Rent this amazing home while your build yours. Wonderful 2200 sq ft custom built brick rambler with open-floor plan above Davis Blvd in S.E.Bountiful.
1 Unit Available
986 E. Oakwood Dr.
986 Oakwood Drive
Bountiful, UT
5 Bedrooms
$2,995
4869 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
Beautiful Bountiful home on the bench NOW AVAILABLE! - Come check out this beautiful 5 bed 4 bath home roughly 4,800 sqft throughout.
1 Unit Available
235 West 200 North Bountiful, UT, 84010
235 West 200 North
Bountiful, UT
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,235
950 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 11:00 AM
NEWLY RENOVATED! PERFECT LOCATION! - Property Id: 135111 Text or Call: 801-664-5044 Welcome home—where practically everything is NEW! NEW: Tile flooring, plush carpet, appliances, cabinets, cordless window blinds, and more! LUXURY: Granite
1 Unit Available
52 West 100 North
52 West 100 North
Bountiful, UT
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,291
1184 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Bountiful City Office Space or residential - This home has approximately 1,000 square feet available for office space. There are open rooms and bedrooms and a bath. This office space is located at city center in Bountiful.
Results within 1 mile of Bountiful
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5 Units Available
Woods Crossing
850 N. Hwy 89
North Salt Lake, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,050
684 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,199
858 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:36 AM
Living in Woods Corssing apartments, you have it all: Close to shopping, businesses and I-15; Washer and Dryer hook ups and vaulted ceilings; even beautiful lush grounds..
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9 Units Available
The Hills at Renaissance
467 W 1875 S
Woods Cross, UT | East Freeway Neighborhood
1 Bedroom
$1,177
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,382
1186 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 06:25 AM
Great location just 15 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and close to schools, shopping and dining. Units have high ceilings, garden soaking tubs and gorgeous views. Clubhouse, swimming pool and fitness center.
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21 Units Available
Legacy Crossing
1162 West 200 North
Centerville, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,165
756 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,302
965 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:27 AM
Welcome to Legacy Crossing! At our community, we strive to create a sophisticated living experience to match your lifestyle.
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Coventry Town Homes
2323 S 800 W
North Salt Lake, UT
2 Bedrooms
$1,640
1448 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,855
1470 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:50 AM
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1389 S. 800 W.
1389 800 West
Woods Cross, UT | Old Town
4 Bedrooms
$1,350
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 08:29 AM
Woods Cross twin home with lots of Updates. Newer kitchen and bathroom. Newer paint and carpet. Central Air. Hardwood floors on main. Spacious layout with 2 bedrooms up and 2 bedrooms down. Total of 4 bedrooms and 1 finished bathroom.
1 Unit Available
88 w 50 S Q6
88 West 50 South
Centerville, UT
1 Bedroom
$795
650 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:59 AM
Beautifully remodeled condo in Centerville - New flooring, new paint. Beautiful kitchen with new countertops, back splash, fixtures, etc. Stainless steel appliances. Centrally located. Amazing views from your private deck. Carport and extra parking.
1 Unit Available
474 South 675 West
474 South 675 West
Centerville, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1554 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 10:59 AM
474 South 675 West Available 12/01/20 3 bed, 2.5 bath twin home - This beautiful home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
395 N Cloverdale Rd
395 Cloverdale Rd
North Salt Lake, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1100 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 07:05 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom apartment in North Salt Lake. Basic Utilities INCLUDED in monthly rent: electric, heat, gas, internet, air conditioning, water, sewer, garbage and WIFI.
1 Unit Available
395 Cloverdale Rd
395 North 225 East
North Salt Lake, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,150
900 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 07:05 AM
Private Entry. Spacious Basement apartment at 900 sq. feet. Quite Neighborhood. Driveway Parking for 2 designated / allotted cars for lower unit. Large Yard. Shared covered, private patio.
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6 Units Available
Marmalade
439 S 200 W
Salt Lake City, UT | Capitol Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,012
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,145
1050 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:49 AM
Welcome to Marmalade Hill Apartments convienently located near downtown Salt Lake City! With a professional and friendly staff, the perfect location, and plenty of world class amenities, we offer the best in Salt Lake City apartment living!\n\nOur
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9 Units Available
CityScape
134 S 400 E
Salt Lake City, UT | Central City
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,550
699 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,699
1077 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:46 AM
This beautiful community is just minutes from Trolley Square, City Creek Center and The Gateway. Units have private patios/balconies, quartz countertops and 9-foot ceilings. Community amenities include a fitness center, EV charging and controlled access.
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10 Units Available
Hampton Place
950 N Cutler Dr
North Salt Lake, UT
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,349
1075 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,599
1257 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:41 AM
This upscale community is in the North Salt Lake neighborhood. On-site playground, two dog parks, pool, and a fitness center. Apartments feature granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, open concept designs, and high ceilings.
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10 Units Available
Moda Bonneville
260 S 500 E
Salt Lake City, UT | Central City
1 Bedroom
$1,120
713 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1005 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:39 AM
New units feature open-concept living areas. Quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and Smart Home technology. Tenants have access to fitness center, spa, clubhouse, lounge area with pool table. Enjoy scenic city and mountain views.
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3 Units Available
Avenue East Apartments
665 5th Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT | The Avenues
Studio
$950
495 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,399
848 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:19 AM
Welcome to Avenue East. Our apartments in Salt Lake City bring modern style and upgraded conveniences to the heart of the highly coveted Avenues District.
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5 Units Available
City Line
57 S 300 E
Salt Lake City, UT | Central City
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$869
650 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:17 AM
Community is set in a historic building with controlled access and a courtyard. Units offer updated kitchens, multiple closets and hardwood floors. Great location, close to City Creek Center and Gateway Mall.
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2 Units Available
Haxton
41 S 900 E
Salt Lake City, UT | East Central North
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,799
970 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:17 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Haxton in Salt Lake City. View photos, descriptions and more!
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8 Units Available
644 City Station
644 W North Temple
Salt Lake City, UT | Fairpark
1 Bedroom
$1,169
921 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1110 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,709
1337 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 06:13 AM
One, two and three bedroom floor plan units are spacious with granite countertops, high ceilings and black energy-efficient appliances. Community has a bike repair center and Amazon Hub package lockers.
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City Guide

Bountiful
"Oh Bountiful, we're proud of you and of your red and grey! We'll fight for you with might for you and cheer you as you play! Unlowered shall these colors be whatever comes our way! So glorious in victory the mighty red and grey!" (-- Bountiful High Song)
"Oh Bountiful, we're proud of you and of your red and grey! We'll fight for you with might for you and cheer you as you play! Unlowered shall these colors be whatever comes our way! So glorious in victory the mighty red and grey!" (-- Bountiful High Song)

Bountiful was named when its earliest settlers realized that they found paradise on Earth--but that is all subjective of course. The 42,500 residents of this 13.5 square mile city appreciate the proximity to jobs in Salt Lake City, without the problems associated with urban living. For a period, commuting to work was a nightmare and daily rush hour bottlenecks frustrated even the calmest drivers. However, in 2008, planners made significant changes to alleviate the problem, including the new Legacy Parkway and the state of the art Front Runner Commuter railway. Best of all, Front Runner Service is available until 2 a.m. on the weekends, so you can get home safely after a night on the town. Who knows, Bountiful might just be the paradise for you.

Neighborhoods in Bountiful

East Bountiful: If you need space, the area around Bountiful Boulevard and North 1300 East is the place to be. Most homes are quite large: at least 3 bedrooms and often more. While the majority of these are owner-occupied, there are some rental properties available if you keep your eyes open.

Downtown: If you love urban living, downtown Bountiful is just the right mix. It is lively and diverse, with plenty of shopping in walking distance, so you can have the best of both worlds. While there are both owner-occupied and rental homes, many residents live in one of the apartments located in small apartment buildings. Unfortunately, the low cost of renting means that this is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Bountiful, so finding a place is like finding that darn needle in the haystack.

Monarch Drive / Bridlewood: If you feel more comfortable in an urban setting, but you want the beautiful suburban scenery of Bountiful, then this southwest neighborhood is right for you. While there are houses for rent, it is a good idea to start an apartment search early, because the area is primarily made up of large owner-occupied homes with 3 or more bedrooms. $$$$

North 400 East/East Center Street: The area around North 400 East/East Center Street has something for everyone, from singles to families to retirees. There are both large and small single-family houses, as well as several apartment complexes, and rents are affordable, making them all the more attractive. Commute times are lower in this neighborhood, and many choose to carpool with friends and neighbors to make the drive more pleasant.

Viewmont: If you want a single family rental home but you don't need multiple bedrooms, the area around North Main Street and West 1000 North is an ideal match. There are plenty of efficiency apartments and homes, along with options that are a little bigger, and you won’t complain about the cost of housing. It can be tough to find a place in this area, but it isn't impossible. There is more turnover than in other parts of Bountiful not because residents want out, but because of the many students that flock to the neighborhood. Thanks to the high student population, bus service is convenient, which makes commuting and getting errands done a snap.

Valley View: Newcomers to Bountiful often find that the area around South Davis Boulevard and Charlene Drive to be an excellent choice for everything from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. Unlike many of the other Bountiful neighborhoods that are made up mostly of single family homes, this nabe offers residents options in apartment complexes. Prices are reasonable, and the area has a balance between an urban lifestyle and a suburban landscape.

South Davis Boulevard/South 400 East: If you want to live in the South Davis Boulevard and South 400 East neighborhood, you need to start making friends there first. Once folks move in, they typically stay for decades, so there are very few apartment rentals available. When you do find a place, you will probably pay a little more for it, but you won’t regret the extra expense. The tight-knit community looks out for each other like an extended family.

Val Verda: Young families often find that Val Verda is the right place to make a first home. Affordable rents, a variety of rental properties, and easy access to activities make this spot popular. In fact, many stay even when they trade up, transitioning from one of the rentals to a house of their own without leaving the neighborhood. Public transportation through Val Verda makes it easy to get to work without adding the extra expense of an additional car, which is all the more appealing.

Neighborhoods in Bountiful
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East Bountiful: If you need space, the area around Bountiful Boulevard and North 1300 East is the place to be. Most homes are quite large: at least 3 bedrooms and often more. While the majority of these are owner-occupied, there are some rental properties available if you keep your eyes open.

Downtown: If you love urban living, downtown Bountiful is just the right mix. It is lively and diverse, with plenty of shopping in walking distance, so you can have the best of both worlds. While there are both owner-occupied and rental homes, many residents live in one of the apartments located in small apartment buildings. Unfortunately, the low cost of renting means that this is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Bountiful, so finding a place is like finding that darn needle in the haystack.

Monarch Drive / Bridlewood: If you feel more comfortable in an urban setting, but you want the beautiful suburban scenery of Bountiful, then this southwest neighborhood is right for you. While there are houses for rent, it is a good idea to start an apartment search early, because the area is primarily made up of large owner-occupied homes with 3 or more bedrooms. $$$$

North 400 East/East Center Street: The area around North 400 East/East Center Street has something for everyone, from singles to families to retirees. There are both large and small single-family houses, as well as several apartment complexes, and rents are affordable, making them all the more attractive. Commute times are lower in this neighborhood, and many choose to carpool with friends and neighbors to make the drive more pleasant.

Viewmont: If you want a single family rental home but you don't need multiple bedrooms, the area around North Main Street and West 1000 North is an ideal match. There are plenty of efficiency apartments and homes, along with options that are a little bigger, and you won’t complain about the cost of housing. It can be tough to find a place in this area, but it isn't impossible. There is more turnover than in other parts of Bountiful not because residents want out, but because of the many students that flock to the neighborhood. Thanks to the high student population, bus service is convenient, which makes commuting and getting errands done a snap.

Valley View: Newcomers to Bountiful often find that the area around South Davis Boulevard and Charlene Drive to be an excellent choice for everything from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. Unlike many of the other Bountiful neighborhoods that are made up mostly of single family homes, this nabe offers residents options in apartment complexes. Prices are reasonable, and the area has a balance between an urban lifestyle and a suburban landscape.

South Davis Boulevard/South 400 East: If you want to live in the South Davis Boulevard and South 400 East neighborhood, you need to start making friends there first. Once folks move in, they typically stay for decades, so there are very few apartment rentals available. When you do find a place, you will probably pay a little more for it, but you won’t regret the extra expense. The tight-knit community looks out for each other like an extended family.

Val Verda: Young families often find that Val Verda is the right place to make a first home. Affordable rents, a variety of rental properties, and easy access to activities make this spot popular. In fact, many stay even when they trade up, transitioning from one of the rentals to a house of their own without leaving the neighborhood. Public transportation through Val Verda makes it easy to get to work without adding the extra expense of an additional car, which is all the more appealing.

Living Bountifully

Residents of Bountiful enjoy spending time together, and community events abound. There is a weekly farmers market, a city park, and a center for the arts. Poets and writers have opportunities to connect over coffee, and there is even a Quilters Guild that meets every two months. Though population-wise, Bountiful can certainly qualify as a city, the small-town feel of Main Street with its one-of-a-kind shops means you get the best of both worlds.

The Bountiful Historical Museum maintains the city's rich history, offering a look back at a time when the city was surrounded by a 12-foot wall. There are a variety of festivals unique to Bountiful, including Handcart Days -- a special celebration of Utah state holiday Pioneer Day -- which remembers the brave first residents of Salt Lake Valley. The City sponsors an annual Summerfest, which includes a variety of performers, vendors, and artists.

No conversation about Bountiful is complete without a nod to the amazing architecture of the Bountiful Utah Temple, dedicated in 1995, which belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Members of LDS are abundant in Bountiful, spending their time between the Temple and the Tabernacle, which was constructed in 1862.

Have you ever wondered where your favorite video games come from? You probably wouldn't have guessed that Bountiful, Utah, was the birthplace of Headgate Studios, where brilliant minds brought you the EA Tiger Woods PGA Tour series. Of course, video games isn't the city's only claim to fame. Nature’s most magnificent scenery is Bountiful's biggest draw, with mountains, canyons and forests there for hiking, biking, riding and more. In fact, the city is essentially built on the Wasatch Mountain Range, adding distinctive characteristics to daily living.

Living Bountifully
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Residents of Bountiful enjoy spending time together, and community events abound. There is a weekly farmers market, a city park, and a center for the arts. Poets and writers have opportunities to connect over coffee, and there is even a Quilters Guild that meets every two months. Though population-wise, Bountiful can certainly qualify as a city, the small-town feel of Main Street with its one-of-a-kind shops means you get the best of both worlds.

The Bountiful Historical Museum maintains the city's rich history, offering a look back at a time when the city was surrounded by a 12-foot wall. There are a variety of festivals unique to Bountiful, including Handcart Days -- a special celebration of Utah state holiday Pioneer Day -- which remembers the brave first residents of Salt Lake Valley. The City sponsors an annual Summerfest, which includes a variety of performers, vendors, and artists.

No conversation about Bountiful is complete without a nod to the amazing architecture of the Bountiful Utah Temple, dedicated in 1995, which belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Members of LDS are abundant in Bountiful, spending their time between the Temple and the Tabernacle, which was constructed in 1862.

Have you ever wondered where your favorite video games come from? You probably wouldn't have guessed that Bountiful, Utah, was the birthplace of Headgate Studios, where brilliant minds brought you the EA Tiger Woods PGA Tour series. Of course, video games isn't the city's only claim to fame. Nature’s most magnificent scenery is Bountiful's biggest draw, with mountains, canyons and forests there for hiking, biking, riding and more. In fact, the city is essentially built on the Wasatch Mountain Range, adding distinctive characteristics to daily living.

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Bountiful
"Oh Bountiful, we're proud of you and of your red and grey! We'll fight for you with might for you and cheer you as you play! Unlowered shall these colors be whatever comes our way! So glorious in victory the mighty red and grey!" (-- Bountiful High Song)
"Oh Bountiful, we're proud of you and of your red and grey! We'll fight for you with might for you and cheer you as you play! Unlowered shall these colors be whatever comes our way! So glorious in victory the mighty red and grey!" (-- Bountiful High Song)

Bountiful was named when its earliest settlers realized that they found paradise on Earth--but that is all subjective of course. The 42,500 residents of this 13.5 square mile city appreciate the proximity to jobs in Salt Lake City, without the problems associated with urban living. For a period, commuting to work was a nightmare and daily rush hour bottlenecks frustrated even the calmest drivers. However, in 2008, planners made significant changes to alleviate the problem, including the new Legacy Parkway and the state of the art Front Runner Commuter railway. Best of all, Front Runner Service is available until 2 a.m. on the weekends, so you can get home safely after a night on the town. Who knows, Bountiful might just be the paradise for you.

Neighborhoods in Bountiful

East Bountiful: If you need space, the area around Bountiful Boulevard and North 1300 East is the place to be. Most homes are quite large: at least 3 bedrooms and often more. While the majority of these are owner-occupied, there are some rental properties available if you keep your eyes open.

Downtown: If you love urban living, downtown Bountiful is just the right mix. It is lively and diverse, with plenty of shopping in walking distance, so you can have the best of both worlds. While there are both owner-occupied and rental homes, many residents live in one of the apartments located in small apartment buildings. Unfortunately, the low cost of renting means that this is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Bountiful, so finding a place is like finding that darn needle in the haystack.

Monarch Drive / Bridlewood: If you feel more comfortable in an urban setting, but you want the beautiful suburban scenery of Bountiful, then this southwest neighborhood is right for you. While there are houses for rent, it is a good idea to start an apartment search early, because the area is primarily made up of large owner-occupied homes with 3 or more bedrooms. $$$$

North 400 East/East Center Street: The area around North 400 East/East Center Street has something for everyone, from singles to families to retirees. There are both large and small single-family houses, as well as several apartment complexes, and rents are affordable, making them all the more attractive. Commute times are lower in this neighborhood, and many choose to carpool with friends and neighbors to make the drive more pleasant.

Viewmont: If you want a single family rental home but you don't need multiple bedrooms, the area around North Main Street and West 1000 North is an ideal match. There are plenty of efficiency apartments and homes, along with options that are a little bigger, and you won’t complain about the cost of housing. It can be tough to find a place in this area, but it isn't impossible. There is more turnover than in other parts of Bountiful not because residents want out, but because of the many students that flock to the neighborhood. Thanks to the high student population, bus service is convenient, which makes commuting and getting errands done a snap.

Valley View: Newcomers to Bountiful often find that the area around South Davis Boulevard and Charlene Drive to be an excellent choice for everything from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. Unlike many of the other Bountiful neighborhoods that are made up mostly of single family homes, this nabe offers residents options in apartment complexes. Prices are reasonable, and the area has a balance between an urban lifestyle and a suburban landscape.

South Davis Boulevard/South 400 East: If you want to live in the South Davis Boulevard and South 400 East neighborhood, you need to start making friends there first. Once folks move in, they typically stay for decades, so there are very few apartment rentals available. When you do find a place, you will probably pay a little more for it, but you won’t regret the extra expense. The tight-knit community looks out for each other like an extended family.

Val Verda: Young families often find that Val Verda is the right place to make a first home. Affordable rents, a variety of rental properties, and easy access to activities make this spot popular. In fact, many stay even when they trade up, transitioning from one of the rentals to a house of their own without leaving the neighborhood. Public transportation through Val Verda makes it easy to get to work without adding the extra expense of an additional car, which is all the more appealing.

Neighborhoods in Bountiful
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East Bountiful: If you need space, the area around Bountiful Boulevard and North 1300 East is the place to be. Most homes are quite large: at least 3 bedrooms and often more. While the majority of these are owner-occupied, there are some rental properties available if you keep your eyes open.

Downtown: If you love urban living, downtown Bountiful is just the right mix. It is lively and diverse, with plenty of shopping in walking distance, so you can have the best of both worlds. While there are both owner-occupied and rental homes, many residents live in one of the apartments located in small apartment buildings. Unfortunately, the low cost of renting means that this is one of the most popular neighborhoods in Bountiful, so finding a place is like finding that darn needle in the haystack.

Monarch Drive / Bridlewood: If you feel more comfortable in an urban setting, but you want the beautiful suburban scenery of Bountiful, then this southwest neighborhood is right for you. While there are houses for rent, it is a good idea to start an apartment search early, because the area is primarily made up of large owner-occupied homes with 3 or more bedrooms. $$$$

North 400 East/East Center Street: The area around North 400 East/East Center Street has something for everyone, from singles to families to retirees. There are both large and small single-family houses, as well as several apartment complexes, and rents are affordable, making them all the more attractive. Commute times are lower in this neighborhood, and many choose to carpool with friends and neighbors to make the drive more pleasant.

Viewmont: If you want a single family rental home but you don't need multiple bedrooms, the area around North Main Street and West 1000 North is an ideal match. There are plenty of efficiency apartments and homes, along with options that are a little bigger, and you won’t complain about the cost of housing. It can be tough to find a place in this area, but it isn't impossible. There is more turnover than in other parts of Bountiful not because residents want out, but because of the many students that flock to the neighborhood. Thanks to the high student population, bus service is convenient, which makes commuting and getting errands done a snap.

Valley View: Newcomers to Bountiful often find that the area around South Davis Boulevard and Charlene Drive to be an excellent choice for everything from studio apartments to 3 bedroom apartments. Unlike many of the other Bountiful neighborhoods that are made up mostly of single family homes, this nabe offers residents options in apartment complexes. Prices are reasonable, and the area has a balance between an urban lifestyle and a suburban landscape.

South Davis Boulevard/South 400 East: If you want to live in the South Davis Boulevard and South 400 East neighborhood, you need to start making friends there first. Once folks move in, they typically stay for decades, so there are very few apartment rentals available. When you do find a place, you will probably pay a little more for it, but you won’t regret the extra expense. The tight-knit community looks out for each other like an extended family.

Val Verda: Young families often find that Val Verda is the right place to make a first home. Affordable rents, a variety of rental properties, and easy access to activities make this spot popular. In fact, many stay even when they trade up, transitioning from one of the rentals to a house of their own without leaving the neighborhood. Public transportation through Val Verda makes it easy to get to work without adding the extra expense of an additional car, which is all the more appealing.

Living Bountifully

Residents of Bountiful enjoy spending time together, and community events abound. There is a weekly farmers market, a city park, and a center for the arts. Poets and writers have opportunities to connect over coffee, and there is even a Quilters Guild that meets every two months. Though population-wise, Bountiful can certainly qualify as a city, the small-town feel of Main Street with its one-of-a-kind shops means you get the best of both worlds.

The Bountiful Historical Museum maintains the city's rich history, offering a look back at a time when the city was surrounded by a 12-foot wall. There are a variety of festivals unique to Bountiful, including Handcart Days -- a special celebration of Utah state holiday Pioneer Day -- which remembers the brave first residents of Salt Lake Valley. The City sponsors an annual Summerfest, which includes a variety of performers, vendors, and artists.

No conversation about Bountiful is complete without a nod to the amazing architecture of the Bountiful Utah Temple, dedicated in 1995, which belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Members of LDS are abundant in Bountiful, spending their time between the Temple and the Tabernacle, which was constructed in 1862.

Have you ever wondered where your favorite video games come from? You probably wouldn't have guessed that Bountiful, Utah, was the birthplace of Headgate Studios, where brilliant minds brought you the EA Tiger Woods PGA Tour series. Of course, video games isn't the city's only claim to fame. Nature’s most magnificent scenery is Bountiful's biggest draw, with mountains, canyons and forests there for hiking, biking, riding and more. In fact, the city is essentially built on the Wasatch Mountain Range, adding distinctive characteristics to daily living.

Living Bountifully
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Residents of Bountiful enjoy spending time together, and community events abound. There is a weekly farmers market, a city park, and a center for the arts. Poets and writers have opportunities to connect over coffee, and there is even a Quilters Guild that meets every two months. Though population-wise, Bountiful can certainly qualify as a city, the small-town feel of Main Street with its one-of-a-kind shops means you get the best of both worlds.

The Bountiful Historical Museum maintains the city's rich history, offering a look back at a time when the city was surrounded by a 12-foot wall. There are a variety of festivals unique to Bountiful, including Handcart Days -- a special celebration of Utah state holiday Pioneer Day -- which remembers the brave first residents of Salt Lake Valley. The City sponsors an annual Summerfest, which includes a variety of performers, vendors, and artists.

No conversation about Bountiful is complete without a nod to the amazing architecture of the Bountiful Utah Temple, dedicated in 1995, which belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Members of LDS are abundant in Bountiful, spending their time between the Temple and the Tabernacle, which was constructed in 1862.

Have you ever wondered where your favorite video games come from? You probably wouldn't have guessed that Bountiful, Utah, was the birthplace of Headgate Studios, where brilliant minds brought you the EA Tiger Woods PGA Tour series. Of course, video games isn't the city's only claim to fame. Nature’s most magnificent scenery is Bountiful's biggest draw, with mountains, canyons and forests there for hiking, biking, riding and more. In fact, the city is essentially built on the Wasatch Mountain Range, adding distinctive characteristics to daily living.