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52 apartments for rent near Syracuse, UT

Results within 1 miles of Syracuse, UT
796 W 300 N
Clearfield
2 Bed
$895
1949 S 200 E
Clearfield
4 Bed
$1,225
W 600 N
Clinton
4 Bed
$1,285
Results within 5 miles of Syracuse, UT
The Villas on Main Street
1475 N Main St
1 Bed
$880
2 Bed
$940
3 Bed
$1,145
Overlook at Sunset Point
2955 N 400 W
Studio
$591
1 Bed
$619
2 Bed
$1,191
Fox Creek
1656 N Hill Field Rd
1 Bed
$789
2 Bed
$795
715 E 1000 S
Clearfield
4 Bed
$900
W 550 N
Clearfield
3 Bed
$1,200
2779 W 5525 S #E-21
Roy
3 Bed
$1,050
4483 S 4000 W
West Haven
3 Bed
$1,300
2465 N Main St Suite 9
Sunset
Studio
$800
4701 S 3950 W
Roy
3 Bed
$1,295
1151 W 2600 N
Clinton
5 Bed
$1,475
5520 S 2200 W
Roy
2 Bed
$1,200
111 Center St
Clearfield
2 Bed
$850
W Belvedere Way
Layton
3 Bed
$1,395
2777 W 5350 S
Roy
4 Bed
$1,250
S 2625 W
Roy
4 Bed
$1,095
4210 S 2400 W
Roy
3 Bed
$1,150
2593 N 500 W
Sunset
3 Bed
$1,250
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City Guide
Syracuse
Moving to Syracuse

You won't find anything particularly unusual when looking for places to rent in Syracuse. There's a good mixture of rental apts and larger houses, so you should be able to find a property you love. Allow yourself at least four weeks to find rental homes in the area, or longer if you're picky. You'll need to show your new landlord your rental history, credit report, references and proof of income to secure your new home.

Syracuse Neighborhoods

There are various neighborhoods throughout the city of Syracuse, each with their own good and bad points. The one you choose will probably depend on the type of property you want to rent and how close you'd like to be to the town's amenities.

City Center: As you can probably imagine, the city center is close to the main shops, restaurants and other amenities the town has to offer. There's a good mixture of houses for rent and apartment complex rentals in this area.

Canterbury Crossing: This neighborhood mostly contains larger, detached homes on bigger plots. It's also in a picturesque location, near Canterbury Park. That said, it's still conveniently located near the city center.

Marilyn Acres: This area contains smaller and medium-size properties. It's a little way out of the main amenities, but is close to some lovely green space.

Life in Syracuse

Although it's not all hustle and bustle in Syracuse, there's still a great amount to do and get involved in. There are some gorgeous city parks, with walking trails, nature areas, soccer pitches, football fields, basketball courts and more. What's more, this city is the gateway to the 28,000-acre Antelope Island State Park, which is home to animals such as bison, mule deer, coyotes and pronghorn antelope, and is the perfect place to go wildlife watching. There are all kinds of community activities you can get involved in, from the Great Salt Lake Bird Festival to the Cowboy Legends Poetry and Music Festival to community fun runs. Any history buffs will love visiting the Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center. You can even volunteer there, if you want to get hands-on.