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11 Apartments for rent in Santaquin, UT

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239 West Spruce Way (100 North)
239 W Spruce Way
Santaquin, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1558 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
Brand New Build - Be the first to call this property home. 3 bed 2.5 bathrooms. 2 story home with finished basement. 2 bedrooms upstairs and 1 in the finished basement. Appliances provided: Refrigerator, Range, Microwave, and Dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
189 E 610 S
189 E 610 S
Santaquin, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1640 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
*New Lowered Rent* New Townhome in Santaquin - 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome, that features a two-car garage. 1,648sq. ft Built 2020 Available Dec/7/2020 This Townhome is located in a quiet neighborhood of Santaquin at the end of the development.
1 Unit Available
363 W Main St
363 West Main Street
Santaquin, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1868 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:23 AM
Amazing 3 story brand new townhomes, beautiful mountain views offer a country feel. 6 Month Lease To schedule a showing text Angela at 801-369-8698
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4 Units Available
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752 North 400 West Street
Payson, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,095
752 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,310
1039 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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132 W 400 S
132 West 400 South Street
Payson, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1200 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 08:09 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment in Payson. Quite and clean. Date Available: Jan 1st 2021. $1,250/month rent. $1,250 security deposit required. Please TEXT MESSAGE Justin at 801-413-3680 to learn more.
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1 Unit Available
385 South 400 East Unit B
385 South 400 East Street
Spanish Fork, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1534 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:22 AM
Newly Remodeled Spacious Lower Level Apartment - Spacious lower level apartment in a brick house on a corner lot in a nice and quiet neighborhood in Spanish Fork. Three bedrooms (or 2 spacious bedrooms plus office), 1 bath.
1 Unit Available
713 South 110 West
713 S 110 W
Lake Shore, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1667 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful Townhouse, Great Location, 2 Car Garage - 3bd/2.5ba. Open Floor Plan, Walk in closet in the master bedroom, Central air, Two car garage. Includes Refrigerator, Range, Dishwasher, Microwave. 1667 sqft. Access to community playground.
1 Unit Available
595 S 340 W
595 S 340 W
Lake Shore, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated April 28 at 08:49 AM
595 S 340 W Available 06/01/20 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home - This adorable Spanish Fork home will be ready for move in June 1, 2020.
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Apartment Rentals in Santaquin start at $1,350/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Santaquin start at $1,350/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Santaquin. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Salt Lake Community College, Brigham Young University-Provo, and Mountainland Technical College.

City Guide

Santaquin
Santaquin was originally going to be named Guffich after the Indian Chief who warned Benjamin F. Johnson about a raid that was about to happen by Indians. The chief declined and asked that they name the town be named after his son, Santaquin.
Santaquin was originally going to be named Guffich after the Indian Chief who warned Benjamin F. Johnson about a raid that was about to happen by Indians. The chief declined and asked that they name the town be named after his son, Santaquin.

Santaquin is found in the picturesque Utah County, approximately 70 miles to the south of the capital of Utah. It's found in a beautiful site with a complete view of Timpanogos and Utah Lake to its north. It was originally named Summit City, but the name was changed due to help from Chief Guffich.

Moving to Santaquin

If you are planning to move to Santaquin, on average the warmest month is July and the coldest month is December. The average temperature in 51.86 and most of the precipitation comes in May. On average, the amount of snowfall is 45.11 inches per year and the amount of days with an inch or more of snow on the ground is 48.79. The prices of the houses in Santaquin are reasonable and affordable to many people with good jobs.

Moving to Santaquin
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If you are planning to move to Santaquin, on average the warmest month is July and the coldest month is December. The average temperature in 51.86 and most of the precipitation comes in May. On average, the amount of snowfall is 45.11 inches per year and the amount of days with an inch or more of snow on the ground is 48.79. The prices of the houses in Santaquin are reasonable and affordable to many people with good jobs.

Neighborhoods in Santaquin

There are only about three neighborhoods in Santaquin, but there are a variety of different restaurants and shops to go to. Some of the restaurants are Domino's, Wagon Wheel Saloon, and Taco Time. Some of the stores are Zaragoza's Market Two, Family Dollar, Oak Summit Capital, and Wal-Mart.

Route 198 / S Highland Drive: This neighborhood's homes are mid-priced, it has a walkable score of 9.8%, and it's sophisticated and quiet.

W 200 N / N 100 W: This neighborhood has reasonable home rates, alongside a walkable score of 57.2%.

City Center: This neighborhood has affordable home rates, a walkable score 46.3%, and it's a quiet , sophisticated neighborhood.

Neighborhoods in Santaquin
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There are only about three neighborhoods in Santaquin, but there are a variety of different restaurants and shops to go to. Some of the restaurants are Domino's, Wagon Wheel Saloon, and Taco Time. Some of the stores are Zaragoza's Market Two, Family Dollar, Oak Summit Capital, and Wal-Mart.

Route 198 / S Highland Drive: This neighborhood's homes are mid-priced, it has a walkable score of 9.8%, and it's sophisticated and quiet.

W 200 N / N 100 W: This neighborhood has reasonable home rates, alongside a walkable score of 57.2%.

City Center: This neighborhood has affordable home rates, a walkable score 46.3%, and it's a quiet , sophisticated neighborhood.

Things to do in Santaquin, Utah

One of the biggest things in Santaquin is the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days. It's filled with a lot of different activities and it includes things like parades, fireworks, and a rodeo. Most of the entertainment for Orchard Days happens in the park and the best part of it is that most of the things happen are also free.

One of the best things to do in Santaquin is to visit The Santaquin Chieftain Museum. This museum is supported by the community and it has an amazing historic library, a blacksmith shop, a military room, and a complete Main Street section, set in the old times. This includes a saloon, a police station, a doctor's office, and an old time dress shop. It's open to the public every day during the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days and during the other time it's open just for the private tours.

For those who enjoy hiking and mountain climbing, Santaquin Canyon is a great thing to visit. It rises to an elevation of 6,200 feet. There are a few bolted established sport routes that you can find on its limestone cliffs and during the winter there is a blend of the ice mixes there, too. You can use snowmobiles in the canyon but only when there's a foot or more of snow.

For those who enjoy history and mining, a visit to the Tintic Historic Mining Area is a good option. During the time when the area was booming, people took more than 500 million dollars of gold and silver from this area. George Rust, a cowboy, found silver back in 1869, and both mining camps along with towns with mining and mineral names started popping up. This area also was named for Tintic, a Ute Chief. The only ghost town surviving is Eureka.

If you're looking for a little town to move to with a lot of history, Santaquin might be the place for you. Most of the places that are found here are not apts for rent, but homes rent options. If you want to find an apartment for rent in Santaquin, you may be able to find one doing an apartment search. Chances are that you will have a better chance finding a home for rent than a 2 bedroom apartment or hi rise apartments here, but there are people who are willing to rent out parts of their home as an apartment.

Things to do in Santaquin, Utah
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One of the biggest things in Santaquin is the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days. It's filled with a lot of different activities and it includes things like parades, fireworks, and a rodeo. Most of the entertainment for Orchard Days happens in the park and the best part of it is that most of the things happen are also free.

One of the best things to do in Santaquin is to visit The Santaquin Chieftain Museum. This museum is supported by the community and it has an amazing historic library, a blacksmith shop, a military room, and a complete Main Street section, set in the old times. This includes a saloon, a police station, a doctor's office, and an old time dress shop. It's open to the public every day during the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days and during the other time it's open just for the private tours.

For those who enjoy hiking and mountain climbing, Santaquin Canyon is a great thing to visit. It rises to an elevation of 6,200 feet. There are a few bolted established sport routes that you can find on its limestone cliffs and during the winter there is a blend of the ice mixes there, too. You can use snowmobiles in the canyon but only when there's a foot or more of snow.

For those who enjoy history and mining, a visit to the Tintic Historic Mining Area is a good option. During the time when the area was booming, people took more than 500 million dollars of gold and silver from this area. George Rust, a cowboy, found silver back in 1869, and both mining camps along with towns with mining and mineral names started popping up. This area also was named for Tintic, a Ute Chief. The only ghost town surviving is Eureka.

If you're looking for a little town to move to with a lot of history, Santaquin might be the place for you. Most of the places that are found here are not apts for rent, but homes rent options. If you want to find an apartment for rent in Santaquin, you may be able to find one doing an apartment search. Chances are that you will have a better chance finding a home for rent than a 2 bedroom apartment or hi rise apartments here, but there are people who are willing to rent out parts of their home as an apartment.

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City Guide

Santaquin
Santaquin was originally going to be named Guffich after the Indian Chief who warned Benjamin F. Johnson about a raid that was about to happen by Indians. The chief declined and asked that they name the town be named after his son, Santaquin.
Santaquin was originally going to be named Guffich after the Indian Chief who warned Benjamin F. Johnson about a raid that was about to happen by Indians. The chief declined and asked that they name the town be named after his son, Santaquin.

Santaquin is found in the picturesque Utah County, approximately 70 miles to the south of the capital of Utah. It's found in a beautiful site with a complete view of Timpanogos and Utah Lake to its north. It was originally named Summit City, but the name was changed due to help from Chief Guffich.

Moving to Santaquin

If you are planning to move to Santaquin, on average the warmest month is July and the coldest month is December. The average temperature in 51.86 and most of the precipitation comes in May. On average, the amount of snowfall is 45.11 inches per year and the amount of days with an inch or more of snow on the ground is 48.79. The prices of the houses in Santaquin are reasonable and affordable to many people with good jobs.

Moving to Santaquin
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If you are planning to move to Santaquin, on average the warmest month is July and the coldest month is December. The average temperature in 51.86 and most of the precipitation comes in May. On average, the amount of snowfall is 45.11 inches per year and the amount of days with an inch or more of snow on the ground is 48.79. The prices of the houses in Santaquin are reasonable and affordable to many people with good jobs.

Neighborhoods in Santaquin

There are only about three neighborhoods in Santaquin, but there are a variety of different restaurants and shops to go to. Some of the restaurants are Domino's, Wagon Wheel Saloon, and Taco Time. Some of the stores are Zaragoza's Market Two, Family Dollar, Oak Summit Capital, and Wal-Mart.

Route 198 / S Highland Drive: This neighborhood's homes are mid-priced, it has a walkable score of 9.8%, and it's sophisticated and quiet.

W 200 N / N 100 W: This neighborhood has reasonable home rates, alongside a walkable score of 57.2%.

City Center: This neighborhood has affordable home rates, a walkable score 46.3%, and it's a quiet , sophisticated neighborhood.

Neighborhoods in Santaquin
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There are only about three neighborhoods in Santaquin, but there are a variety of different restaurants and shops to go to. Some of the restaurants are Domino's, Wagon Wheel Saloon, and Taco Time. Some of the stores are Zaragoza's Market Two, Family Dollar, Oak Summit Capital, and Wal-Mart.

Route 198 / S Highland Drive: This neighborhood's homes are mid-priced, it has a walkable score of 9.8%, and it's sophisticated and quiet.

W 200 N / N 100 W: This neighborhood has reasonable home rates, alongside a walkable score of 57.2%.

City Center: This neighborhood has affordable home rates, a walkable score 46.3%, and it's a quiet , sophisticated neighborhood.

Things to do in Santaquin, Utah

One of the biggest things in Santaquin is the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days. It's filled with a lot of different activities and it includes things like parades, fireworks, and a rodeo. Most of the entertainment for Orchard Days happens in the park and the best part of it is that most of the things happen are also free.

One of the best things to do in Santaquin is to visit The Santaquin Chieftain Museum. This museum is supported by the community and it has an amazing historic library, a blacksmith shop, a military room, and a complete Main Street section, set in the old times. This includes a saloon, a police station, a doctor's office, and an old time dress shop. It's open to the public every day during the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days and during the other time it's open just for the private tours.

For those who enjoy hiking and mountain climbing, Santaquin Canyon is a great thing to visit. It rises to an elevation of 6,200 feet. There are a few bolted established sport routes that you can find on its limestone cliffs and during the winter there is a blend of the ice mixes there, too. You can use snowmobiles in the canyon but only when there's a foot or more of snow.

For those who enjoy history and mining, a visit to the Tintic Historic Mining Area is a good option. During the time when the area was booming, people took more than 500 million dollars of gold and silver from this area. George Rust, a cowboy, found silver back in 1869, and both mining camps along with towns with mining and mineral names started popping up. This area also was named for Tintic, a Ute Chief. The only ghost town surviving is Eureka.

If you're looking for a little town to move to with a lot of history, Santaquin might be the place for you. Most of the places that are found here are not apts for rent, but homes rent options. If you want to find an apartment for rent in Santaquin, you may be able to find one doing an apartment search. Chances are that you will have a better chance finding a home for rent than a 2 bedroom apartment or hi rise apartments here, but there are people who are willing to rent out parts of their home as an apartment.

Things to do in Santaquin, Utah
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One of the biggest things in Santaquin is the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days. It's filled with a lot of different activities and it includes things like parades, fireworks, and a rodeo. Most of the entertainment for Orchard Days happens in the park and the best part of it is that most of the things happen are also free.

One of the best things to do in Santaquin is to visit The Santaquin Chieftain Museum. This museum is supported by the community and it has an amazing historic library, a blacksmith shop, a military room, and a complete Main Street section, set in the old times. This includes a saloon, a police station, a doctor's office, and an old time dress shop. It's open to the public every day during the celebration of Santaquin Orchard Days and during the other time it's open just for the private tours.

For those who enjoy hiking and mountain climbing, Santaquin Canyon is a great thing to visit. It rises to an elevation of 6,200 feet. There are a few bolted established sport routes that you can find on its limestone cliffs and during the winter there is a blend of the ice mixes there, too. You can use snowmobiles in the canyon but only when there's a foot or more of snow.

For those who enjoy history and mining, a visit to the Tintic Historic Mining Area is a good option. During the time when the area was booming, people took more than 500 million dollars of gold and silver from this area. George Rust, a cowboy, found silver back in 1869, and both mining camps along with towns with mining and mineral names started popping up. This area also was named for Tintic, a Ute Chief. The only ghost town surviving is Eureka.

If you're looking for a little town to move to with a lot of history, Santaquin might be the place for you. Most of the places that are found here are not apts for rent, but homes rent options. If you want to find an apartment for rent in Santaquin, you may be able to find one doing an apartment search. Chances are that you will have a better chance finding a home for rent than a 2 bedroom apartment or hi rise apartments here, but there are people who are willing to rent out parts of their home as an apartment.