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3 Apartments for rent in Danville, VA

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Check out 3 verified apartments for rent in Danville, VA with rents starting as low as $350. Some apartments for rent in Danville might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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608 Bell Dr
608 Bell Drive
Danville, VA
1 Bedroom
$350
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE5785564)
1 Unit Available
401 WESTOVER PL
401 Westover Drive
Danville, VA
2 Bedrooms
$400
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE5784150)
1 Unit Available
413 1st St
413 1st Street
Danville, VA
2 Bedrooms
$529
1120 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
$529 PER MONTH RENT TO OWN!! GREAT FIXER UPPER!! - Property Id: 259799 412 First St, Danville, VA 24540 2 beds 1 baths 1,120 sq ft Lot size 8,712 Here is an opportunity for you to pay less than local rent with the added benefit of homeownership.
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How much is rent in Danville?
Apartment Rentals in Danville start at $350/month.
How much is rent in Danville?
Apartment Rentals in Danville start at $350/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Danville?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Danville?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Danville 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 Danville 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 much should I pay for rent in Danville?
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How much should I pay for rent in Danville?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Danville.
How can I find off-campus housing in Danville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Danville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Central Virginia Community College, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Liberty University, Lynchburg College, and Virginia Western Community College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Danville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Danville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Central Virginia Community College, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Liberty University, Lynchburg College, and Virginia Western Community College.

City Guide

Danville
Welcome to Danville, Virginia, a historic town located in the central portion near the North Carolina border. Now, let’s start looking at apartments for rent so you can settle in to your new home as soon as possible.
Welcome to Danville, Virginia, a historic town located in the central portion near the North Carolina border. Now, let’s start looking at apartments for rent so you can settle in to your new home as soon as possible.
Life in Danville

Though you won’t find many people moving to Danville, the city does have plenty to offer in terms of history and outdoor activities. Several Danville neighborhoods, including Millionaire’s Row, boast beautiful and meticulously preserved architecture, most of which are a standing testament to the city’s past as the seat of tobacco money and the last capital of the Confederacy. Danville is also home to the Danville Braves baseball team and has pleasant, mild weather to play in all year-round.

Many residents will complain that Danville is a city dedicated to its past, sometimes at the expense of its future. Beautiful Victorian architecture and historical preservation has dominated much of the city’s revitalization plans, while not much has been pumped into industry, shopping or new developments. This has left a lot to be desired in the rental market, but brings a good number of vacancies for you to choose from.

The most sought after urban portion of Danville can be found around the West Main Street area, close to Averett University. There are many apartments for rent in both student efficiencies and shares, as well as rental homes. Two bedrooms here usually range from $500-$700 a month.

In general, you’ll want to avoid the area around North Main Street near the city center. Rentals here are typically not very well maintained, either, but there are likely some gems in the rough, so long as you do a good bit of looking.

You’ll find most of Danville’s development just north of the river, including the Piedmont Mall and Coleman Marketplace where you’ll likely do a lot of your shopping and dining. There has been some development in the way of apartment complexes and condominiums around here, and some of these buildings feature amenities such gyms and swimming pools. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $600-$800 a month.

South of the city center, close to the North Carolina border, Danville has a more suburban and rural feel to it. While there are some apartments here, many of the rentals are in rental homes or trailers. Prices are pretty similar to the rest of the city with two bedrooms costing somewhere between $500 and$700.

The student population means that short-term leases are fairly easy to come by, particularly in rentals close to campus. Danville is also a pet-friendly city, and many apartment complexes allow both dogs and cats without too much of a fuss.

So, welcome to Danville, dear renter! Enjoy the baseball, the history and great weather!

Life in Danville
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Though you won’t find many people moving to Danville, the city does have plenty to offer in terms of history and outdoor activities. Several Danville neighborhoods, including Millionaire’s Row, boast beautiful and meticulously preserved architecture, most of which are a standing testament to the city’s past as the seat of tobacco money and the last capital of the Confederacy. Danville is also home to the Danville Braves baseball team and has pleasant, mild weather to play in all year-round.

Many residents will complain that Danville is a city dedicated to its past, sometimes at the expense of its future. Beautiful Victorian architecture and historical preservation has dominated much of the city’s revitalization plans, while not much has been pumped into industry, shopping or new developments. This has left a lot to be desired in the rental market, but brings a good number of vacancies for you to choose from.

The most sought after urban portion of Danville can be found around the West Main Street area, close to Averett University. There are many apartments for rent in both student efficiencies and shares, as well as rental homes. Two bedrooms here usually range from $500-$700 a month.

In general, you’ll want to avoid the area around North Main Street near the city center. Rentals here are typically not very well maintained, either, but there are likely some gems in the rough, so long as you do a good bit of looking.

You’ll find most of Danville’s development just north of the river, including the Piedmont Mall and Coleman Marketplace where you’ll likely do a lot of your shopping and dining. There has been some development in the way of apartment complexes and condominiums around here, and some of these buildings feature amenities such gyms and swimming pools. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $600-$800 a month.

South of the city center, close to the North Carolina border, Danville has a more suburban and rural feel to it. While there are some apartments here, many of the rentals are in rental homes or trailers. Prices are pretty similar to the rest of the city with two bedrooms costing somewhere between $500 and$700.

The student population means that short-term leases are fairly easy to come by, particularly in rentals close to campus. Danville is also a pet-friendly city, and many apartment complexes allow both dogs and cats without too much of a fuss.

So, welcome to Danville, dear renter! Enjoy the baseball, the history and great weather!

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City Guide

Danville
Welcome to Danville, Virginia, a historic town located in the central portion near the North Carolina border. Now, let’s start looking at apartments for rent so you can settle in to your new home as soon as possible.
Welcome to Danville, Virginia, a historic town located in the central portion near the North Carolina border. Now, let’s start looking at apartments for rent so you can settle in to your new home as soon as possible.
Life in Danville

Though you won’t find many people moving to Danville, the city does have plenty to offer in terms of history and outdoor activities. Several Danville neighborhoods, including Millionaire’s Row, boast beautiful and meticulously preserved architecture, most of which are a standing testament to the city’s past as the seat of tobacco money and the last capital of the Confederacy. Danville is also home to the Danville Braves baseball team and has pleasant, mild weather to play in all year-round.

Many residents will complain that Danville is a city dedicated to its past, sometimes at the expense of its future. Beautiful Victorian architecture and historical preservation has dominated much of the city’s revitalization plans, while not much has been pumped into industry, shopping or new developments. This has left a lot to be desired in the rental market, but brings a good number of vacancies for you to choose from.

The most sought after urban portion of Danville can be found around the West Main Street area, close to Averett University. There are many apartments for rent in both student efficiencies and shares, as well as rental homes. Two bedrooms here usually range from $500-$700 a month.

In general, you’ll want to avoid the area around North Main Street near the city center. Rentals here are typically not very well maintained, either, but there are likely some gems in the rough, so long as you do a good bit of looking.

You’ll find most of Danville’s development just north of the river, including the Piedmont Mall and Coleman Marketplace where you’ll likely do a lot of your shopping and dining. There has been some development in the way of apartment complexes and condominiums around here, and some of these buildings feature amenities such gyms and swimming pools. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $600-$800 a month.

South of the city center, close to the North Carolina border, Danville has a more suburban and rural feel to it. While there are some apartments here, many of the rentals are in rental homes or trailers. Prices are pretty similar to the rest of the city with two bedrooms costing somewhere between $500 and$700.

The student population means that short-term leases are fairly easy to come by, particularly in rentals close to campus. Danville is also a pet-friendly city, and many apartment complexes allow both dogs and cats without too much of a fuss.

So, welcome to Danville, dear renter! Enjoy the baseball, the history and great weather!

Life in Danville
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Though you won’t find many people moving to Danville, the city does have plenty to offer in terms of history and outdoor activities. Several Danville neighborhoods, including Millionaire’s Row, boast beautiful and meticulously preserved architecture, most of which are a standing testament to the city’s past as the seat of tobacco money and the last capital of the Confederacy. Danville is also home to the Danville Braves baseball team and has pleasant, mild weather to play in all year-round.

Many residents will complain that Danville is a city dedicated to its past, sometimes at the expense of its future. Beautiful Victorian architecture and historical preservation has dominated much of the city’s revitalization plans, while not much has been pumped into industry, shopping or new developments. This has left a lot to be desired in the rental market, but brings a good number of vacancies for you to choose from.

The most sought after urban portion of Danville can be found around the West Main Street area, close to Averett University. There are many apartments for rent in both student efficiencies and shares, as well as rental homes. Two bedrooms here usually range from $500-$700 a month.

In general, you’ll want to avoid the area around North Main Street near the city center. Rentals here are typically not very well maintained, either, but there are likely some gems in the rough, so long as you do a good bit of looking.

You’ll find most of Danville’s development just north of the river, including the Piedmont Mall and Coleman Marketplace where you’ll likely do a lot of your shopping and dining. There has been some development in the way of apartment complexes and condominiums around here, and some of these buildings feature amenities such gyms and swimming pools. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $600-$800 a month.

South of the city center, close to the North Carolina border, Danville has a more suburban and rural feel to it. While there are some apartments here, many of the rentals are in rental homes or trailers. Prices are pretty similar to the rest of the city with two bedrooms costing somewhere between $500 and$700.

The student population means that short-term leases are fairly easy to come by, particularly in rentals close to campus. Danville is also a pet-friendly city, and many apartment complexes allow both dogs and cats without too much of a fuss.

So, welcome to Danville, dear renter! Enjoy the baseball, the history and great weather!