56 Apartments for rent in Lynchburg, VA

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Starting at $799
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Legacy at Linden Park
1000 Misty Mountain Rd
Lynchburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$799
2 Bedrooms
$1,051
3 Bedrooms
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The Legacy Community at Linden Park in Lynchburg, VA, offers a variety of different types of pet-friendly units, all complete with granite countertops, dishwashers, outdoor space, and access to a pool and gym.
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Starting at $625
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Maple Ridge Apartments
600 Reusens Rd
Lynchburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$625
2 Bedrooms
$710
3 Bedrooms
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Beautiful views of the James River and access to Riverside Park are some of the features that draw residents to this community. There's a swimming pool and fitness center on-site. Fireplaces and private patios/balconies available.
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Starting at $2,500
Updated 11 hrs ago
105 Cornerstone St
105 Cornerstone St
Lynchburg, VA
Studio
$2,500
Starting at $725
Updated 1 day ago
1112 8th St
1112 8th St
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$725
Starting at $1,225
Updated 2 days ago
163 Old Tavern Circle
163 Old Tavern Circle
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
Starting at $749
Updated 2 days ago
215 Euclid Ave
215 Euclid Ave
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$749
Starting at $725
Updated 2 days ago
2025 Lakeside Dr
2025 Lakeside Dr
Lynchburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$725
Starting at $1,350
Updated 2 days ago
159 Rowse Dr.
159 Rowse Dr.
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
Starting at $1,495
Updated 2 days ago
4678 Fort Ave.
4678 Fort Ave.
Lynchburg, VA
5 Bedrooms
$1,495
Starting at $1,295
Updated 2 days ago
5909 Dublin St.
5909 Dublin St.
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
Starting at $850
Updated 3 days ago
3016 Cardinal Pl
3016 Cardinal Pl
Lynchburg, VA
1 Bedroom
$850
Starting at $2,000
Updated 3 days ago
275 Rustic Lane
275 Rustic Lane
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $500
Updated 3 days ago
1514 Fillmore St.
1514 Fillmore St.
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$500
Starting at $1,095
Updated 3 days ago
1125 Sheffield Drive
1125 Sheffield Drive
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
Starting at $1,295
Updated 3 days ago
216 Yeardley
216 Yeardley
Lynchburg, VA
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
Starting at $650
Updated 3 days ago
110b Northwynd Cir
110b Northwynd Cir
Lynchburg, VA
Studio
$650
Starting at $825
Updated 3 days ago
4623 Golf Park Dr
4623 Golf Park Dr
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$825
Starting at $1,395
Updated 4 days ago
98 Russell Springs
98 Russell Springs
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
Starting at $550
Updated 4 days ago
1519 13th St
1519 13th St
Lynchburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$550
Starting at $850
Updated 4 days ago
2524 Old Forest Road, Apt. B
2524 Old Forest Road, Apt. B
Lynchburg, VA
3 Bedrooms
$850
Starting at $1,195
Updated 4 days ago
119 Cornerstone St
119 Cornerstone St
Lynchburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
Starting at $695
Updated 5 days ago
831 Victoria Ave
831 Victoria Ave
Lynchburg, VA
4 Bedrooms
$695
Starting at $1,800
Updated 5 days ago
3205 Azalea Place
3205 Azalea Place
Lynchburg, VA
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
Starting at $850
Updated 5 days ago
109 Belle Terre Dr.
109 Belle Terre Dr.
Lynchburg, VA
2 Bedrooms
$850

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City GuideLynchburg
Dang Union Invaders

Lynchburg, Virginia, is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and all 75,000 inhabitants will tell you what makes this place special is that the War of Northern Aggression isn’t over. Lynchburg retains the dubious designation as the only city in the south that never fell to the Union during the Civil War, but these days it’s mostly talk and people are generally of the friendly, southern, front-porch sitting variety. Lynchburg has a lot to offer besides 19th century American history, however: from inexpensive row homes to elegant mansions to renovated warehouses, Lynchburg rental options are its real southern treasure. So, slow down and wait a minute, or as they say, "hold your ‘tater," (yes, they really say that) because this guide has the local Lynchburg lover’s best advice on renting around the City of Seven Hills.

The Little Things

In a city like Lynchburg with little in the way of metropolitan pleasures, it's the little things that count, so make sure your new home is in a neighborhood that tickles your fancy. There are great areas with scenic drives through woodsy hills, along mountain ridges, and through historic neighborhoods. There are places where you can feel a strong sense of community in the local restaurants, bars, markets, bookstores, and in the streets. There are typical suburban areas, typical urban areas, college-kid neighborhoods and neighborhoods for the hermit-minded where you will see more trees than people. So, stick around and I'll tell you a tale of the neighborhoods in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Seven Hills Area

The first neighborhoods sprung up on the hills around John Lynch's ferry landing. These historic neighborhoods are full of old brick row houses, restored-mansion duplexes and apartments, as well as remodeled warehouse lofts. These first seven hills and their neighborhoods are College, Daniel’s Diamond, Federal, Franklin, Garland, and White Rock. The neighborhoods surrounding this area are also steeped in history, but have also gone through a cultural renaissance and created a more "downtown" atmosphere:

Rivermont A neighborhood on the river, full of old 19th Century homes, community kindness reminiscent of better times, and an awesome little spot called The Ellington, where you can catch great live blues, rock, and jazz.

City Center The place to see live music, art, theater, and historic buildings on the James River. Be sure to get your fresh food from the Community Market, housed in the Old City Armory.

Winston Ridge Farther south, this area has low cost, old rentals, convenient access to the city center, and two neighborhood parks.

Tyreeanna A hermit's haven close to the city center, with few residences, lots of woodsy areas, but some air traffic noise from Falwell Airport.

The North

Peakland A neighborhood of families, retirees, and college students with exercise addictions. You will see lots of runners here, from sunrise to sunset. Culture seekers can find many artsy and educational events at the Randolph College campus, as well as some unique performances at the college's weekly No Shame Theatre.

Boonsboro Pricey, beautiful, and quiet, this area is perfect for people who just want to simmer down and enjoy the simple life. Horseback-riding students can get their fix at the Randolph Riding Center nearby. Also, be sure to check out The Farm Basket on Langhorne Road for gifts, food, and gardening goods.

Forest Hill An affordable neighborhood spotted with shopping centers, big, beautiful parks, and suburban homes.

Blue Ride Farms Another affordable neighborhood, with small rental homes and newer apartments.

The West

West Lynchburg A great spot for college students, with Lynchburg College, College Lake, and the large Blackwater Park nearby. Sports fans can catch games at Lynchburg Stadium.

Fort Hill An older suburban area, with walkable streets and lots of college students and families. Lynchburg College is nearby. Miller Park Pool is also close, with a big pool, waterslide, and a mushroom waterfall.

Montview Hardly ever a vacancy here, with lots of nice smaller houses and townhomes in an affordable, and walkable neighborhood. With mostly college students renting here, your best bet at finding a vacant apartment will be during the summer breaks.

Timberlake Located along Timberlake Road, this neighborhood has some great, down-home, neighborly bars and restaurants. The Neighbors Place has fine music, fine brews, and finer dining. The Restoration Family Cafe provides live music and worship services.

Beechwood Hills The most pleasantly boring suburban neighborhood around.

Amtrak-ability abounds

Like many cities in the U.S., getting around Lynchburg is much easier with a car. However, in more central neighborhoods, the bus service (GLTC) can be convenient for commuting. Students at the myriad local universities can also benefit from the GLTC, with a shuttle bus service on the Liberty University campus. Intercity commuters are in luck, with convenient passenger rail and bus services at the Kemper Street Station. Skip the traffic and take the Amtrak Crescent to New York City or New Orleans. For you Boston commuters, you can always take the Amtrak Virginia, which also provides daily round-trips. Those with cars will have few issues with traffic within the city. Your biggest challenge will be driving those hills in the snow and rain, which is every bit as fun as it sounds. Also, try to keep your eyes on the road and not those breathtaking mountain views.

Bills, bills, bills

Virginia's cold winters and hot summers can run up an electric bill above $300, easily. Especially in those beautifully restored mansion-apartments and warehouses, the bills can skyrocket. So, when getting excited about an inexpensive apartment in a beautiful historic building, be sure to budget in the extra money you will be paying for heat and air conditioning.

Enjoy the Easy Life

If a quiet and peaceful, community-minded hometown isn't sounding appealing yet, well then, I guess it's just a Lynchburg thing. It’s not an urban paradise, but it’s no slouch in the entertainment department either. You’re sure to find what you’re after in Lynchburg, whether it’s a noisy diner, mountain hike, or just an affordable spot to call home after a long day of Civil War reenactments. Lynchburg has got something for everyone (except Yankees) so come on down and start pounding that pavement in search of your new home sweet home!

-By Katy Comal

July 2018 Lynchburg Rent Report

Welcome to the July 2018 Lynchburg Rent Report. Lynchburg rents increased over the past month. In this report, we'll evaluate trends in the Lynchburg rental market, including comparisons to cities throughout the state and nation.

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