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75 apartments for rent in Sterling, VA

Windmill Parc
21258 Windmill Parc Dr
1 Bed
$1,405
2 Bed
$1,780
3 Bed
$2,254
Reserve at Town Center
20723 Reserve Falls Ter
1 Bed
$1,473
2 Bed
$1,609
3 Bed
$1,761
Commons on Potomac Square
21282 McFadden Sq
1 Bed
$1,368
2 Bed
$1,657
Village at Potomac Falls
20576 Idle Brook Ter
1 Bed
$1,380
2 Bed
$1,565
3 Bed
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45575 TRESTLE TERRACE
Dominion Station
3 Bed
$1,999
46921 RABBITRUN TERRACE
Sterling
3 Bed
$1,950
907 AMELIA STREET
Sterling Park
3 Bed
$1,850
202 SANDERSON DRIVE
Sugarland Run
3 Bed
$1,700
808 COLONIAL AVENUE
Sterling Park
3 Bed
$1,650
20638 Muddy Harbor Square
Cascades
3 Bed
$2,450
515 BRETHOUR COURT
Sugarland Run
2 Bed
$1,700
46734 GRAHAM COVE SQUARE
Potomac Lakes
3 Bed
$2,100
21797 CANFIELD TERRACE
Sterling
1 Bed
$1,000
24644 Red Lake Terrace
Sterling
4 Bed
$2,497
23376 SUMMERSTOWN PLACE
Loudoun Valley Estates
4 Bed
$3,900
46532 RIVER MEADOWS TERRACE
Potomac Lakes
3 Bed
$2,050
11 ASBURY WAY
Countryside
2 Bed
$1,650
704 ARGONNE AVENUE NORTH
Sterling Park
3 Bed
$1,800
22007 GUILFORD STATION TERRACE
Sterling
3 Bed
$1,900
22926 BENSON TERRACE
Sterling
4 Bed
$2,000
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City Guide
Sterling
Here, There, and Everywhere 

While Sterling is roughly 30 miles out from Washington, D.C., many residents choose to commute into the city for work. The task is made somewhat easier by the amount of highways that run through the area. Route 28, Route 7 (or Leesburg Pike), and the Algonkian Parkway are all nearby and provide reliable access to major thoroughfares like Route 66. Bus service is available in the area, and used by those who work in Sterling proper, but, as is common in most of northern Virginia, the primary—not to mention most practical—means of transportation remains your car. The D.C. Metro is developing plans to extend its current rail system all the way to Dulles Airport, a project they hope to finish by 2018 and which will allow Sterling residents unprecedented ease of access to D.C.

The great thing about Sterling is that, more so than many of the surrounding areas like Ashburn and Great Falls, it still remains one of the more affordable options for recent northern Virginia transplants. You can comfortably rent a three bedroom townhouse for under $1,600 a month and find yourself spending the weekends picnicking and playing soccer in the gorgeous Algonkian Regional Park. Of course, moving into some of the town’s newer housing developments, like Lowes Island (a segment of the Cascades neighborhood which is half private golf course) may cost a little more, but even as you approach the water, a neighborhood like Sugarland Run can offer two bedroom townhomes for just under $2,000 a month, many of which are pet friendly.

Sterling manages to straddle its history and its modernity quite comfortably, proving itself to be a place where a major international airport and the Heritage Farm Museum can peaceably coexist. Since the 1960s, the town has made it a point to integrate new and compelling businesses into its community and in doing so has created countless thousands of jobs. That, coupled with its proximity to Washington D.C., is enough to persuade most people.