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16 Apartments for rent in Harrisonburg, VA

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Reserve at Stone Port
2015 Reserve Cir
Harrisonburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$1,237
902 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,420
1280 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1458 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 03:33 AM
A Lifestyle of Luxury The Reserve at Stone Port is a wonderful escape from the ordinary.
1 Unit Available
154 W. Wolfe St - 102
154 West Wolfe Street
Harrisonburg, VA | Downtown Harrisonburg
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1500 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 05:12 AM
Ultra Modern Downtown Harrisonburg Townhome. 2 bedroom 2 bath with and optional 3rd bedroom or study.
1 Unit Available
1270 W DOGWOOD DR
1270 Dogwood Drive
Harrisonburg, VA | Park View
1 Bedroom
$925
1110 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated October 25 at 04:19 AM
Very nice and spacious one bedroom apartment that includes a large open living room/dining room/kitchen area. It has many handicap accessible features throughout including in the bathroom as well as a ramp entrance. Located beside EMU.
1 Unit Available
775 COLLICELLO ST
775 Collicello Street
Harrisonburg, VA | Collicello Corridor
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
976 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 04:19 AM
Ranch located between downtown and the Park View area. Third bedroom is in the attic.
1 Unit Available
57 PAUL ST
57 Paul Street
Harrisonburg, VA | Old Towne
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2448 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 04:19 AM
Beautiful home in Old Town for rent! Located right in the heart of Harrisonburg. Walking distance to all that downtown Harrisonburg has to offer.
1 Unit Available
1663 Buttonwood Court
1663 Buttonwood Court
Harrisonburg, VA | Harmony Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
972 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
1663 Buttonwood Court Available 11/02/20 2 bedroom City Apartment Convenient Location - Close proximity to grocery store, restaurants and the EMU Campus in Harmony Heights. Paved parking in rear, located on quiet cul de sac.
1 Unit Available
1260 Constitution Court Apt. 102
1260 Constitution Court
Harrisonburg, VA | Reherd Acres
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1260 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
1260 Constitution Court Apt.
1 Unit Available
1632 Allison Way Unit 1
1632 Allison Way
Harrisonburg, VA | Central Avenue
1 Bedroom
$845
660 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
1632 Allison Way Unit 1 Available 08/10/20 One Bedroom Garden Apartment - With 660 square feet of living space, this one bedroom apartment not only is the perfect size for you but has the perfect location! Bedroom is spacious and features direct
1 Unit Available
1550 Gilmer Circle
1550 Gilmer Circle
Harrisonburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1008 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
1550 Gilmer Circle Available 07/20/20 3 bedroom single family home in a Cul - de - sac for rent! - 1550 Gilmer Cir. - We have a three-bedroom, two-bath home for rent on a cul-de-sac.
1 Unit Available
2451 Mosby Court
2451 Mosby Court
Harrisonburg, VA | Mosby Court
2 Bedrooms
$915
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2451 Mosby Court Available 07/15/20 Millwood Condominium 2451 - We have a 2 bedroom and 1.5 bath condo for rent on Mosby Court. Two stories, private balcony, with a large kitchen. Designated parking for each unit.
1 Unit Available
245 Emerald Drive
245 Emerald Drive
Harrisonburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
2245 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
245 Emerald Drive Available 04/17/20 Duplex with Basement Garage for Rent - Well maintained, spacious duplex for rent with convenient location close to JMU, shopping and bus routes. Duplex features hardwood floors in living room and dining area.
Results within 5 miles of Harrisonburg
1 Unit Available
119 Millstone Street
119 Millstone St
Bridgewater, VA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2086 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
119 Millstone Street Available 11/15/20 Duplex for Rent in Turner Ashby School District - Beautiful like new duplex for rent in Bridgewater! Property features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with the master on the first floor.
1 Unit Available
173 Cedar Point Ln
173 Cedar Point Ln
Rockingham County, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1422 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
173 Cedar Point Ln Available 11/06/20 Modern and Beautiful Home - This brand new home (October 2019) has never been lived in! This home features 3 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
1435 Taylor Grove Lane Unit 2
1435 Taylor Grove Lane
Massanetta Springs, VA
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1420 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
1435 Taylor Grove Lane Unit 2 Available 11/14/20 Two Master Suite Apartment Townhouse - Check out this two master suite apartment townhouse.
Results within 10 miles of Harrisonburg
1 Unit Available
186 Edom Lane
186 Edom Ln
Broadway, VA
3 Bedrooms
$995
1200 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
186 Edom Lane Available 05/01/20 Townhouse for Rent in Broadway - Like new townhouse in a new subdivision in Broadway. 3 bedroom, 3 full bath interior unit with open floor plan. Nice back porch for relaxing.
1 Unit Available
2577 MOUNTAIN DR
2577 Mountain Drive
Massanutten, VA
2 Bedrooms
$950
1100 sqft
Last updated April 17 at 05:06 PM
nice 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home available April 2020
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Apartment Rentals in Harrisonburg start at $800/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Harrisonburg. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include James Madison University, and Piedmont Virginia Community College.

City Guide

Harrisonburg
Welcome to Harrisonburg, a small college-cow-town in West Virginia. Here, you will find some great bargain rentals housed in old brick buildings and plantation-style mansions, as well as some high-dollar downtown lofts and spacious single-family homes with hardwood floors and cozy fireplaces. So, whether you're a hippie, a hillbilly, a hell-betty or a Betty Crocker mom, Harrisonburg has the perfect rental for you.
Welcome to Harrisonburg, a small college-cow-town in West Virginia. Here, you will find some great bargain rentals housed in old brick buildings and plantation-style mansions, as well as some high-dollar downtown lofts and spacious single-family homes with hardwood floors and cozy fireplaces. So, whether you're a hippie, a hillbilly, a hell-betty or a Betty Crocker mom, Harrisonburg has the perfect rental for you.
Life in Harrisonburg

Outside your door, you will find plenty of those majestic mountains and great outdoors, along with an historic downtown and the occasional sounds of live blues and bluegrass bouncing between local eateries, shops, and watering holes. You will find a lot of college kids and good ol' boys embodying the "live and let live" lifestyle, as well as a number of devout Christian families keeping the town’s moral compass in check. It's a small town with a big, loud, and proud local culture.

Although there are a few typical apartment complexes, most of the rental real estate around here is made up of renovated and repurposed old homes and buildings. You can find these old-town treasures in the forms of duplexes, lofts, townhomes, shared houses, and single-family houses, many of which are available furnished. Shared houses are very popular around James Madison University, where landlords lease by the bedroom, which is a great bargain for students. In these types of rentals, you can expect to pay about $350 for a bedroom and get to enjoy sharing a large kitchen, living area, and yard, among other perks. But, be warned, living in a shared house can be like living in the Real World or some other awful MTV reality show. If you have a group of friends ready to lease, you can often reserve a whole house for the year. Otherwise, be prepared to coexist.

With this unique rental market, you won't always find places with the typical amenities, such as swimming pools and fitness centers, although we do have a few of those complexes in our listings. However, comfort, coziness, and privacy are very common amenities in these old houses, where fireplaces, hardwood floors, and private backyards cost the typical renter less than $800.

Pet-friendly rentals are hit and miss around here. You can find apartments that accept cats, and even large-breed dogs, meanwhile, you can also find houses with nice, big yards that don't allow pets at all. It's a 50/50 shot. So, be sure to check the pet policy before paying for that $30 application fee.

While Harrisonburg is safely nestled away from the high crime of big cities, way out west, over the mountains and through the woods, there is a bit of petty crime around downtown. It's the kind of small town where you and even your kids can walk around safely at night, but don't leave your bicycle unlocked or a big wad of cash in your car's dashboard... that's just asking for it no matter how you slice it. That is the most of your worries around these parts, though. The moral fiber is strong with this town.

Enjoy living in the great Shenandoah Valley, and good luck in your hunt!

-By Katy Comal

Life in Harrisonburg
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Outside your door, you will find plenty of those majestic mountains and great outdoors, along with an historic downtown and the occasional sounds of live blues and bluegrass bouncing between local eateries, shops, and watering holes. You will find a lot of college kids and good ol' boys embodying the "live and let live" lifestyle, as well as a number of devout Christian families keeping the town’s moral compass in check. It's a small town with a big, loud, and proud local culture.

Although there are a few typical apartment complexes, most of the rental real estate around here is made up of renovated and repurposed old homes and buildings. You can find these old-town treasures in the forms of duplexes, lofts, townhomes, shared houses, and single-family houses, many of which are available furnished. Shared houses are very popular around James Madison University, where landlords lease by the bedroom, which is a great bargain for students. In these types of rentals, you can expect to pay about $350 for a bedroom and get to enjoy sharing a large kitchen, living area, and yard, among other perks. But, be warned, living in a shared house can be like living in the Real World or some other awful MTV reality show. If you have a group of friends ready to lease, you can often reserve a whole house for the year. Otherwise, be prepared to coexist.

With this unique rental market, you won't always find places with the typical amenities, such as swimming pools and fitness centers, although we do have a few of those complexes in our listings. However, comfort, coziness, and privacy are very common amenities in these old houses, where fireplaces, hardwood floors, and private backyards cost the typical renter less than $800.

Pet-friendly rentals are hit and miss around here. You can find apartments that accept cats, and even large-breed dogs, meanwhile, you can also find houses with nice, big yards that don't allow pets at all. It's a 50/50 shot. So, be sure to check the pet policy before paying for that $30 application fee.

While Harrisonburg is safely nestled away from the high crime of big cities, way out west, over the mountains and through the woods, there is a bit of petty crime around downtown. It's the kind of small town where you and even your kids can walk around safely at night, but don't leave your bicycle unlocked or a big wad of cash in your car's dashboard... that's just asking for it no matter how you slice it. That is the most of your worries around these parts, though. The moral fiber is strong with this town.

Enjoy living in the great Shenandoah Valley, and good luck in your hunt!

-By Katy Comal

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City Guide

Harrisonburg
Welcome to Harrisonburg, a small college-cow-town in West Virginia. Here, you will find some great bargain rentals housed in old brick buildings and plantation-style mansions, as well as some high-dollar downtown lofts and spacious single-family homes with hardwood floors and cozy fireplaces. So, whether you're a hippie, a hillbilly, a hell-betty or a Betty Crocker mom, Harrisonburg has the perfect rental for you.
Welcome to Harrisonburg, a small college-cow-town in West Virginia. Here, you will find some great bargain rentals housed in old brick buildings and plantation-style mansions, as well as some high-dollar downtown lofts and spacious single-family homes with hardwood floors and cozy fireplaces. So, whether you're a hippie, a hillbilly, a hell-betty or a Betty Crocker mom, Harrisonburg has the perfect rental for you.
Life in Harrisonburg

Outside your door, you will find plenty of those majestic mountains and great outdoors, along with an historic downtown and the occasional sounds of live blues and bluegrass bouncing between local eateries, shops, and watering holes. You will find a lot of college kids and good ol' boys embodying the "live and let live" lifestyle, as well as a number of devout Christian families keeping the town’s moral compass in check. It's a small town with a big, loud, and proud local culture.

Although there are a few typical apartment complexes, most of the rental real estate around here is made up of renovated and repurposed old homes and buildings. You can find these old-town treasures in the forms of duplexes, lofts, townhomes, shared houses, and single-family houses, many of which are available furnished. Shared houses are very popular around James Madison University, where landlords lease by the bedroom, which is a great bargain for students. In these types of rentals, you can expect to pay about $350 for a bedroom and get to enjoy sharing a large kitchen, living area, and yard, among other perks. But, be warned, living in a shared house can be like living in the Real World or some other awful MTV reality show. If you have a group of friends ready to lease, you can often reserve a whole house for the year. Otherwise, be prepared to coexist.

With this unique rental market, you won't always find places with the typical amenities, such as swimming pools and fitness centers, although we do have a few of those complexes in our listings. However, comfort, coziness, and privacy are very common amenities in these old houses, where fireplaces, hardwood floors, and private backyards cost the typical renter less than $800.

Pet-friendly rentals are hit and miss around here. You can find apartments that accept cats, and even large-breed dogs, meanwhile, you can also find houses with nice, big yards that don't allow pets at all. It's a 50/50 shot. So, be sure to check the pet policy before paying for that $30 application fee.

While Harrisonburg is safely nestled away from the high crime of big cities, way out west, over the mountains and through the woods, there is a bit of petty crime around downtown. It's the kind of small town where you and even your kids can walk around safely at night, but don't leave your bicycle unlocked or a big wad of cash in your car's dashboard... that's just asking for it no matter how you slice it. That is the most of your worries around these parts, though. The moral fiber is strong with this town.

Enjoy living in the great Shenandoah Valley, and good luck in your hunt!

-By Katy Comal

Life in Harrisonburg
+

Outside your door, you will find plenty of those majestic mountains and great outdoors, along with an historic downtown and the occasional sounds of live blues and bluegrass bouncing between local eateries, shops, and watering holes. You will find a lot of college kids and good ol' boys embodying the "live and let live" lifestyle, as well as a number of devout Christian families keeping the town’s moral compass in check. It's a small town with a big, loud, and proud local culture.

Although there are a few typical apartment complexes, most of the rental real estate around here is made up of renovated and repurposed old homes and buildings. You can find these old-town treasures in the forms of duplexes, lofts, townhomes, shared houses, and single-family houses, many of which are available furnished. Shared houses are very popular around James Madison University, where landlords lease by the bedroom, which is a great bargain for students. In these types of rentals, you can expect to pay about $350 for a bedroom and get to enjoy sharing a large kitchen, living area, and yard, among other perks. But, be warned, living in a shared house can be like living in the Real World or some other awful MTV reality show. If you have a group of friends ready to lease, you can often reserve a whole house for the year. Otherwise, be prepared to coexist.

With this unique rental market, you won't always find places with the typical amenities, such as swimming pools and fitness centers, although we do have a few of those complexes in our listings. However, comfort, coziness, and privacy are very common amenities in these old houses, where fireplaces, hardwood floors, and private backyards cost the typical renter less than $800.

Pet-friendly rentals are hit and miss around here. You can find apartments that accept cats, and even large-breed dogs, meanwhile, you can also find houses with nice, big yards that don't allow pets at all. It's a 50/50 shot. So, be sure to check the pet policy before paying for that $30 application fee.

While Harrisonburg is safely nestled away from the high crime of big cities, way out west, over the mountains and through the woods, there is a bit of petty crime around downtown. It's the kind of small town where you and even your kids can walk around safely at night, but don't leave your bicycle unlocked or a big wad of cash in your car's dashboard... that's just asking for it no matter how you slice it. That is the most of your worries around these parts, though. The moral fiber is strong with this town.

Enjoy living in the great Shenandoah Valley, and good luck in your hunt!

-By Katy Comal