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156 Apartments for rent in Montrose, VA

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3201 Gay Ave
3201 Gay Avenue, Montrose, VA
Montrose
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
Newly Renovated 3 Bedroom Home in Fulton Hill! - *INTERIOR PHOTOS BELONG TO ANOTHER SIMILAR HOME* Beautiful three bedroom, one bathroom rancher on a quiet street in Fulton Hill! Conveniently located to Rocketts Landing, Church Hill, downtown RVA,
1 Unit Available
3210 Williamsburg Road
3210 Williamsburg Road, Montrose, VA
Montrose
2 Bedrooms
$875
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
East End, Hardwood floors, Fenced in yard - Property Id: 356089 If you would like to view the unit and put in an application, you have a couple of options: 1.
1 Unit Available
2204 Westover Ave
2204 Westover Avenue, Montrose, VA
Montrose
3 Bedrooms
$1,169
1119 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
2204 Westover Ave Available 11/07/20 Totally Renovated Home in Fulton Hill with Large, Fenced-In Back Yard! - Completely renovated 3 bed, 1.
1 Unit Available
2302 N Newton Cir
2302 North Newton Circle, Montrose, VA
Montrose
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1398 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 07:17 AM
Available Oct 1, this perfectly renovated Cape Cod has a full master suite upstairs (with additional flex room, could be office, nursery, dressing room) and 2 additional bedrooms and full bath on the first floor! The kitchen is customized with
1 Unit Available
2301 Farrand Dr
2301 Farrand Drive, Montrose, VA
Montrose
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1058 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2301 Farrand Dr Available 07/10/20 Comfy 2 Bed, 1 Bath Cape in Montrose Heights! - The exterior of this comfortable cape boasts a huge yard with plenty of shade from the beautiful pink dogwood paired with a detached two car garage.
Results within 1 mile of Montrose
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20 Units Available
11 North at White Oak
11 N Laburnum Ave, Richmond, VA
2 Bedrooms
$859
784 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 03:43 PM
Just minutes from downtown and VCU, and only five miles from Richmond International Airport, these comfortable units offer stunning amenities like updated kitchens, modern flooring, large closets and extended living spaces.
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3 Units Available
Gerwyn Manor
5194 Gerwyn Cir, Sandston, VA
2 Bedrooms
$979
1020 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:07 PM
Spacious, pet-friendly two-bedroom townhomes boast a pool, generous kitchens and stackable washers and dryers. Minutes from White Oak Mall, and near employers in the Byrd Center Industrial Area and around the airport.
1 Unit Available
1514 North 26th St
1514 North 26th Street, Richmond, VA
Woodville
4 Bedrooms
$1,550
1896 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 02:59 PM
Bright and well laid-out split-level home of almost 1900 square feet (plus unfinished basement of 550 sq. ft.) on a large, level and fenced corner lot with a shed.
1 Unit Available
307 Mansfield Dr
307 Mansfield Drive, Henrico County, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,085
1189 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 02:45 PM
Brick Ranch located in the Heckler Village neighborhood. Features 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath, kitchen w/stove, utility room w/hook-ups for washer & dryer, dining room, living room, refinished hardwood floors, replacement windows, gas heat & central air.
1 Unit Available
1021 Carlisle Ave
1021 Carlisle Avenue, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,120
661 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
ARTISAN HILL APARTMENTS- ONE MONTH FREE** - Property Id: 113976 Artisan Hill is a brand new property in the Fulton hill area right outside of church hill and Shockoe Bottom! Artisan Hill is perfectly positioned just a few minutes from downtown.
1 Unit Available
5214 Blue Ridge Avenue
5214 Blue Ridge Avenue, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
Newly Renovated 2 Bedroom | 1 Bath - VIRTUAL TOUR COMING SOON! This beautifully renovated 900 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
Lofty
1000 Carlisle Avenue, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,500
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
SCHOOL HOUSE AT ARTISAN HILL-All INCLUSIVE!!! - Property Id: 277373 The historic Schoolhouse at Artisan Hill is now open, and all Artisan Hill tenants get free membership to the 3000 sf Fitness Longevity® gym, designed by fitness expert Sam
1 Unit Available
1229 Nelson St
1229 Nelson Street, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$775
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
2 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment 1st and 2nd floor units water - trash - sewage all included total electric central heat and air wall to wall carpet large bedrooms plenty of closet space To qualify you have to have a job making a min of 3 times the
1 Unit Available
1820 Williamsburg Rd
1820 Williamsburg Road, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$695
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
MOVE IN NOW WITH $499!! Apply in the leasing office at 3209 Ellwood Ave Richmond VA 2 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment -central heat and air -hardwood floors -eat in kitchen -stove & Fridge included -totally electric NO GAS -water trash sewage
1 Unit Available
2203 Williamsburg Rd
2203 Williamsburg Road, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
MOVE IN TODAY WITH $499! Please come into the leasing office to apply at 3209 Ellwood Ave Richmond VA 2 bedroom 1 bathroom townhome -central heat and air -water trash sewage included -off street parking included -wall to wall carpet -2 good size
1 Unit Available
1213 Nelson St
1213 Nelson Street, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$750
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
Please come into the office to apply located at : 1701 Colorado Ave Richmond VA Reserve a unit today with just $199 AMAZING DEAL! Move in TODAY with just $499.
1 Unit Available
2201 Williamsburg Rd
2201 Williamsburg Road, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
2 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
Awesome Value!! MOVE IN NOW WITH JUST $499!!! Reserve a unit today with just $199, feel free to stop by the office to apply at 3209 Ellwood Ave Richmond VA 2 bedroom 1 bathroom townhouse -central heat and air -WATER TRASH SEWAGE INCLUDED -off
1 Unit Available
1808 Williamsburg Rd
1808 Williamsburg Road, Richmond, VA
Fulton Hill
1 Bedroom
$695
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED MOVE IN TODAY WITH JUST $499!!!! Please stop by the leasing office to apply located at 3209 Ellwood Ave Richmond VA Reserve a unit with just $199 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment -heating and cooling included -Electric
1 Unit Available
2142 Elkridge Lane
2142 Elkridge Lane, East Highland Park, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1500 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
2142 Elkridge Lane Available 10/01/20 Henrico County End Unit - 3 level town home fence yard end unit All electric central air w/d hook up 3 bedroom and 1 and a half bathroom. Basement with walkout patio. New paint, carpet and flooring.
1 Unit Available
644 Rosedown Lane
644 Rosedown Ln, Highland Springs, VA
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1280 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
644 Rosedown Lane Available 10/09/20 Spacious 3 Bedroom with 2.
1 Unit Available
6381 Springcrest Ln
6381 Springcrest Lane, Henrico County, VA
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
2214 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 07:17 AM
Beautiful 4 bedroom with fenced in back yard with deck. Schools are george baker, rolfe, and varina
1 Unit Available
1226 North 36th Street
1226 North 36th Street, Richmond, VA
Oakwood
5 Bedrooms
$1,495
1728 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Beautifully maintained 5 bedroom home on a park like lot at the end of quiet street in Church Hill.
Results within 5 miles of Montrose
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28 Units Available
The Edge
1914 E Franklin St, Richmond, VA
Shockoe Bottom
1 Bedroom
$1,105
645 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,658
1039 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 03:44 PM
Pet friendly one- and two-bedroom apartments near I-95. Unit amenities include in-unit laundry, kitchen appliances and air conditioning. Community features gym, pool, clubhouse, business center and more.
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33 Units Available
Cedar Broad
1820 E Broad St, Richmond, VA
Shockoe Bottom
1 Bedroom
$1,040
555 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,393
829 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 03:44 PM
New construction with rooftop lounge. High ceilings and stainless steel appliances. Walk-in closets, extra storage, and in-unit laundry. Community has game room, coffee bar, and bike storage. Key fob access.
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City GuideMontrose
"Almost heaven Ol' Virginia / Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley / Life is old there older than the trees / Younger than the mountains growing like a weed."--Take Me Home Country Roads, The Statler Brothers
"Almost heaven Ol' Virginia / Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley / Life is old there older than the trees / Younger than the mountains growing like a weed."--Take Me Home Country Roads, The Statler Brothers

Montrose, Virginia is a suburb of nearby capital city Richmond. In fact, it's a place where nearly everyone who lives there commutes into and out of the big city nearby. However, just because it's a commuter town doesn't mean that it's a boring or lacking place. In addition to quiet and lovely suburban living, Montrose has a whole host of amenities and attractions as well as just about anything a person could need to make small-town living feel like home. If you are looking for a place in Virginia that feels like a town in itself yet offers easy access to Richmond, you might want to consider Montrose. It has an array of rental housing to consider, as well as park, shops, restaurants, stores, hotels and more.

Moving to Montrose

To find attractive places to rent in Montrose, make a list of your priorities. Do you like a lot of space? Do you like lots of windows? Do you like somewhere cozy and small? Whatever you prefer, make a list of these things in order to narrow down a list of available apartments to see. Schedule appointments to see all the places you're interested in. When you go on your appointments, you need to be prepared to apply for apartments. In order to apply, you're going to need to gather your financial documents, including bank statements, pay stubs, proof of employment, and proof of income. You'll also need to be ready to put down a deposit to take the apartment off the market. Deposits are a lot--sometimes as much as three times the monthly rent, so you'll want to save your money before you move. You might also need to pay a broker's fee, too, which can be about 15% of the annual rent (and that's a lot of cash!).

Moving to Montrose
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To find attractive places to rent in Montrose, make a list of your priorities. Do you like a lot of space? Do you like lots of windows? Do you like somewhere cozy and small? Whatever you prefer, make a list of these things in order to narrow down a list of available apartments to see. Schedule appointments to see all the places you're interested in. When you go on your appointments, you need to be prepared to apply for apartments. In order to apply, you're going to need to gather your financial documents, including bank statements, pay stubs, proof of employment, and proof of income. You'll also need to be ready to put down a deposit to take the apartment off the market. Deposits are a lot--sometimes as much as three times the monthly rent, so you'll want to save your money before you move. You might also need to pay a broker's fee, too, which can be about 15% of the annual rent (and that's a lot of cash!).

Montrose Neighborhoods

Some people might consider Montrose a neighborhood of Richmond because the towns are so close, and Montrose is so small. Don't be fooled, however! In fact, Montrose is a town unto itself, and like all towns, it has neighborhoods that are distinctive from one another. It's important to do research about a town's neighborhoods before you move there, too, to make sure you end up in an area that's going to make you happy. You can spend tons of time finding the right rental apartment, but if it ends up being in an area that's inconvenient or uncomfortable for you, you're not going to be happy about your new home! If you want to do some research about neighborhoods in Montrose, check out the list below.

Southern Montrose: Southern Montrose is the part of town that feels the most rural. It has a lot of open land, and houses are spread pretty far apart. There are some small ponds in the southern part of town, so if you like water views, consider a house here. This area is bounded by Highway-50, which can be convenient to hop on if you decide to be a commuter. If shopping's your thing, this area's convenient to a few good spots. One of the best is a Laburnum Green Shopping Center.

Northern Montrose: The northern part of town is a combination of suburbia and commercial neighborhoods. There are grocery stores, shopping centers, and offices in this part of town, as well as nice tree-lined streets and quiet areas with apartment complexes. If you want somewhere that's not too distant from all the amenities you'll need, choose the northern part of town. From here, you can hop on I-64, which will get to any nearby big city you feel like going to. This area is a hotspot for dining. Move here if you want to eat at places like This and That or Carini Italian Restaurant. You can also enjoy the slew of restaurants at the Shops at White Oak Village.

Montrose Neighborhoods
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Some people might consider Montrose a neighborhood of Richmond because the towns are so close, and Montrose is so small. Don't be fooled, however! In fact, Montrose is a town unto itself, and like all towns, it has neighborhoods that are distinctive from one another. It's important to do research about a town's neighborhoods before you move there, too, to make sure you end up in an area that's going to make you happy. You can spend tons of time finding the right rental apartment, but if it ends up being in an area that's inconvenient or uncomfortable for you, you're not going to be happy about your new home! If you want to do some research about neighborhoods in Montrose, check out the list below.

Southern Montrose: Southern Montrose is the part of town that feels the most rural. It has a lot of open land, and houses are spread pretty far apart. There are some small ponds in the southern part of town, so if you like water views, consider a house here. This area is bounded by Highway-50, which can be convenient to hop on if you decide to be a commuter. If shopping's your thing, this area's convenient to a few good spots. One of the best is a Laburnum Green Shopping Center.

Northern Montrose: The northern part of town is a combination of suburbia and commercial neighborhoods. There are grocery stores, shopping centers, and offices in this part of town, as well as nice tree-lined streets and quiet areas with apartment complexes. If you want somewhere that's not too distant from all the amenities you'll need, choose the northern part of town. From here, you can hop on I-64, which will get to any nearby big city you feel like going to. This area is a hotspot for dining. Move here if you want to eat at places like This and That or Carini Italian Restaurant. You can also enjoy the slew of restaurants at the Shops at White Oak Village.

Living in Montrose

The people who live in Montrose spend a lot of time commuting. That's because it's a place where people live if they work and play in Richmond. In fact, the two cities are only 4 miles apart! If you want to get into the heart of the capital city, you might want to have a car. That way, your drive into town will only be about 10 minutes! If you don't own your own set of wheels, you're okay, too. There is a bus that runs every half hour to 40 minutes between the two places, and you won't even have to transfer to a different line. If you end up in Richmond, there's a slew of stuff to do, from the zoo and the state capitol to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Confederacy. If you end up staying in Montrose, you can shop at Chimborazo shopping Center, White Oaks Village, or more convenient shopping stops. You can also enjoy local dining favorites, Yesterday's Restaurant and Carini Italian Restaurant.

Living in Montrose
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The people who live in Montrose spend a lot of time commuting. That's because it's a place where people live if they work and play in Richmond. In fact, the two cities are only 4 miles apart! If you want to get into the heart of the capital city, you might want to have a car. That way, your drive into town will only be about 10 minutes! If you don't own your own set of wheels, you're okay, too. There is a bus that runs every half hour to 40 minutes between the two places, and you won't even have to transfer to a different line. If you end up in Richmond, there's a slew of stuff to do, from the zoo and the state capitol to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Confederacy. If you end up staying in Montrose, you can shop at Chimborazo shopping Center, White Oaks Village, or more convenient shopping stops. You can also enjoy local dining favorites, Yesterday's Restaurant and Carini Italian Restaurant.

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City GuideMontrose
"Almost heaven Ol' Virginia / Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley / Life is old there older than the trees / Younger than the mountains growing like a weed."--Take Me Home Country Roads, The Statler Brothers
"Almost heaven Ol' Virginia / Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley / Life is old there older than the trees / Younger than the mountains growing like a weed."--Take Me Home Country Roads, The Statler Brothers

Montrose, Virginia is a suburb of nearby capital city Richmond. In fact, it's a place where nearly everyone who lives there commutes into and out of the big city nearby. However, just because it's a commuter town doesn't mean that it's a boring or lacking place. In addition to quiet and lovely suburban living, Montrose has a whole host of amenities and attractions as well as just about anything a person could need to make small-town living feel like home. If you are looking for a place in Virginia that feels like a town in itself yet offers easy access to Richmond, you might want to consider Montrose. It has an array of rental housing to consider, as well as park, shops, restaurants, stores, hotels and more.

Moving to Montrose

To find attractive places to rent in Montrose, make a list of your priorities. Do you like a lot of space? Do you like lots of windows? Do you like somewhere cozy and small? Whatever you prefer, make a list of these things in order to narrow down a list of available apartments to see. Schedule appointments to see all the places you're interested in. When you go on your appointments, you need to be prepared to apply for apartments. In order to apply, you're going to need to gather your financial documents, including bank statements, pay stubs, proof of employment, and proof of income. You'll also need to be ready to put down a deposit to take the apartment off the market. Deposits are a lot--sometimes as much as three times the monthly rent, so you'll want to save your money before you move. You might also need to pay a broker's fee, too, which can be about 15% of the annual rent (and that's a lot of cash!).

Moving to Montrose
+

To find attractive places to rent in Montrose, make a list of your priorities. Do you like a lot of space? Do you like lots of windows? Do you like somewhere cozy and small? Whatever you prefer, make a list of these things in order to narrow down a list of available apartments to see. Schedule appointments to see all the places you're interested in. When you go on your appointments, you need to be prepared to apply for apartments. In order to apply, you're going to need to gather your financial documents, including bank statements, pay stubs, proof of employment, and proof of income. You'll also need to be ready to put down a deposit to take the apartment off the market. Deposits are a lot--sometimes as much as three times the monthly rent, so you'll want to save your money before you move. You might also need to pay a broker's fee, too, which can be about 15% of the annual rent (and that's a lot of cash!).

Montrose Neighborhoods

Some people might consider Montrose a neighborhood of Richmond because the towns are so close, and Montrose is so small. Don't be fooled, however! In fact, Montrose is a town unto itself, and like all towns, it has neighborhoods that are distinctive from one another. It's important to do research about a town's neighborhoods before you move there, too, to make sure you end up in an area that's going to make you happy. You can spend tons of time finding the right rental apartment, but if it ends up being in an area that's inconvenient or uncomfortable for you, you're not going to be happy about your new home! If you want to do some research about neighborhoods in Montrose, check out the list below.

Southern Montrose: Southern Montrose is the part of town that feels the most rural. It has a lot of open land, and houses are spread pretty far apart. There are some small ponds in the southern part of town, so if you like water views, consider a house here. This area is bounded by Highway-50, which can be convenient to hop on if you decide to be a commuter. If shopping's your thing, this area's convenient to a few good spots. One of the best is a Laburnum Green Shopping Center.

Northern Montrose: The northern part of town is a combination of suburbia and commercial neighborhoods. There are grocery stores, shopping centers, and offices in this part of town, as well as nice tree-lined streets and quiet areas with apartment complexes. If you want somewhere that's not too distant from all the amenities you'll need, choose the northern part of town. From here, you can hop on I-64, which will get to any nearby big city you feel like going to. This area is a hotspot for dining. Move here if you want to eat at places like This and That or Carini Italian Restaurant. You can also enjoy the slew of restaurants at the Shops at White Oak Village.

Montrose Neighborhoods
+

Some people might consider Montrose a neighborhood of Richmond because the towns are so close, and Montrose is so small. Don't be fooled, however! In fact, Montrose is a town unto itself, and like all towns, it has neighborhoods that are distinctive from one another. It's important to do research about a town's neighborhoods before you move there, too, to make sure you end up in an area that's going to make you happy. You can spend tons of time finding the right rental apartment, but if it ends up being in an area that's inconvenient or uncomfortable for you, you're not going to be happy about your new home! If you want to do some research about neighborhoods in Montrose, check out the list below.

Southern Montrose: Southern Montrose is the part of town that feels the most rural. It has a lot of open land, and houses are spread pretty far apart. There are some small ponds in the southern part of town, so if you like water views, consider a house here. This area is bounded by Highway-50, which can be convenient to hop on if you decide to be a commuter. If shopping's your thing, this area's convenient to a few good spots. One of the best is a Laburnum Green Shopping Center.

Northern Montrose: The northern part of town is a combination of suburbia and commercial neighborhoods. There are grocery stores, shopping centers, and offices in this part of town, as well as nice tree-lined streets and quiet areas with apartment complexes. If you want somewhere that's not too distant from all the amenities you'll need, choose the northern part of town. From here, you can hop on I-64, which will get to any nearby big city you feel like going to. This area is a hotspot for dining. Move here if you want to eat at places like This and That or Carini Italian Restaurant. You can also enjoy the slew of restaurants at the Shops at White Oak Village.

Living in Montrose

The people who live in Montrose spend a lot of time commuting. That's because it's a place where people live if they work and play in Richmond. In fact, the two cities are only 4 miles apart! If you want to get into the heart of the capital city, you might want to have a car. That way, your drive into town will only be about 10 minutes! If you don't own your own set of wheels, you're okay, too. There is a bus that runs every half hour to 40 minutes between the two places, and you won't even have to transfer to a different line. If you end up in Richmond, there's a slew of stuff to do, from the zoo and the state capitol to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Confederacy. If you end up staying in Montrose, you can shop at Chimborazo shopping Center, White Oaks Village, or more convenient shopping stops. You can also enjoy local dining favorites, Yesterday's Restaurant and Carini Italian Restaurant.

Living in Montrose
+

The people who live in Montrose spend a lot of time commuting. That's because it's a place where people live if they work and play in Richmond. In fact, the two cities are only 4 miles apart! If you want to get into the heart of the capital city, you might want to have a car. That way, your drive into town will only be about 10 minutes! If you don't own your own set of wheels, you're okay, too. There is a bus that runs every half hour to 40 minutes between the two places, and you won't even have to transfer to a different line. If you end up in Richmond, there's a slew of stuff to do, from the zoo and the state capitol to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Confederacy. If you end up staying in Montrose, you can shop at Chimborazo shopping Center, White Oaks Village, or more convenient shopping stops. You can also enjoy local dining favorites, Yesterday's Restaurant and Carini Italian Restaurant.