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Last updated April 14 2024 at 12:56 AM

Bellingham, WA
40 Apartments for Rent with Balconies

Prices shown are base rent prices and may not include non-optional fees and utilities.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much is rent for an apartment with a balcony in Bellingham?

Rental prices for apartments with balconies in Bellingham range from $1,300 to $4,500 per month.

How many apartments with balconies are available for rent in Bellingham?

Currently, there are 26 apartments with balconies available for rent in Bellingham.
City Guide for Bellingham, WA

The Pacific Northwest has a lot going for it when it comes to lifestyle and Bellingham, Washington, located 80 miles north of Seattle, is the perfect example. Oh, pardon me. B’ham Washington. For a minute there I lost my cool and, above all else, one must maintain one’s cool in B’ham.

If you like pretty scenery, art festivals, rain, seafood, coffee, and rain, you’ll love living in B’ham. It rains about eight months out of the year but when the weather clears and the sun shines, Bellingham is one terrific city.

North Bellingham

North Bellingham communities include Cordata, and an area that is seeing a bit of a population boom lately. You’ll find a mix of new homes and commercial and industrial areas. The Meridian ‘hood is a lot like Cordata but, because it is closer to Interstate 5, it’s more convenient for commuters. Another area in the northern part of the city is Barkley. It has an “urban village” vibe going on with a mixture of industrial, commercial and residences. The northwest side of B’ham is mostly residential with not a lot of apartments.

South Bellingham

Edgemore, in southwest B’ham is a residential area. Most of the homes have incredible views and sit on tree-lined streets. South, another neighborhood in south B’ham is a woody area with scattered single-family homes. It might be worth living here, though, just so you can tell your friends back home that you live at the base of Chuckanut Mountain.

East

A good place to apartment hunt on the east side of town is the Puget neighborhood. There are lots of apartments in the area. There’s an awesome sports complex in the neighborhood that draws crowds of B’hammers. It features an aquatic center, indoor ice and soccer facilities, a baseball field and a bike jump park. While you’re checking out Puget, head north to the Roosevelt neighborhood where you’ll find more apartment complexes. This is a good area for the commuter, as it’s located on Interstate 5.

West

Western Bellingham has a lot to offer the apartment hunter. The Birchwood neighborhood has several complexes but most of the apartments and condos are located in the Lettered Streets neighborhood and near Northwest Avenue and W. Maplewood. One of B’hams neighborhoods, South Hill, sits on Bellingham Bay in the southwest part of the city. This is primarily a residential neighborhood but if you head south, you’ll find plenty of apartments and condos in the Fairhaven neighborhood.

The rental process here is much like renting in other cities. Most owners ask for a deposit and there may be some non-refundable deposits, such as for cleaning when you move out, credit check fees and money to protect the owner from damage your pet may cause. You may also be asked to pay the last month’s rent when you move in.

Landlord/tenant laws in Bellingham require that the tenant provide the landlord with a 20 day notice before moving out, when renting on a month-to-month basis.

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What to keep in mind when looking for apartments with balconies in Bellingham, WA

Balconies are a coveted amenity for many renters looking for high-rise views and opportunities for fresh air. However, you should keep in mind that balconies often come with restrictions.

Before signing a lease, ask about how many people can be on the balcony at once. Also, ask about whether you’re allowed to store a bike or other items.

You’ll also want to know about any maintenance schedules. Using your balcony as storage could result in fines and intervention from your property management.

Keep in mind that not all balconies are created equally. You may discover the views of the parking area are less than optimal or reduce your overall privacy.

Balconies can also get messy with debris, foliage, dirt, and pollen depending on your location. Renters are typically responsible for any clean-up and basic balcony upkeep.

Regardless of the issues to keep in mind, balconies are usually a big win for Bellingham renters. Ask about apartments on higher floors for the best views.