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11 Apartments for rent in Burlington, WA

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Cascade Meadows
310 Cascade Pl
Burlington, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,450
665 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 12:20 AM
Inspired Apartment Living in Burlington, Washington\nComfortable apartment living in beautiful Burlington, Washington starts right here at Cascade Meadows Apartments.
1 Unit Available
540 N Pine Street #15
540 North Pine Street
Burlington, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
944 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Two Story 2 Bedroom Condo - PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a spacious 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom condo. It is a 2 story level. Has brand new paint throughout the apartment. carpets will be professionally shampooed prior to moving in.
Results within 1 mile of Burlington
1 Unit Available
12179 Pulver Road
12179 Pulver Road
Skagit County, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1074 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
12179 Pulver Road - 3-bed 1-bath home on Pulver Road, great access to Highway 20 & Interstate 5.
Results within 5 miles of Burlington
1 Unit Available
414 E Washington St.
414 East Washington Street
Mount Vernon, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1532 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Cute House Close to the Hospital - No Pets Allowed (RLNE6117251)
1 Unit Available
900 Crested Butte Blvd
900 Crested Butte Boulevard
Mount Vernon, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1810 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
900 Crested Butte Blvd Available 10/23/20 3 Bedroom Single Family House in Great Neighborhood - PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a spacious 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom single family house.
1 Unit Available
1412 S 6th Street
1412 South 6th Street
Mount Vernon, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1224 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
1412 S 6th Street Available 10/23/20 Two Story Single Family House with 2.5 Car Garage - PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom single family house.
1 Unit Available
1809 South 14th Street
1809 South 14th Street
Mount Vernon, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1246 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 07:04 AM
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house in Mount Vernon. Amenities included: dishwasher, hardwood floors, storage, and yard. No Utilities included. No pets. Date Available: Oct 1st 2020. $1,850/month rent. $750 security deposit required.
1 Unit Available
1121 S 6th Street
1121 South 6th Street
Mount Vernon, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1200 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Single Family Home - (RLNE5694490)
1 Unit Available
1219 E Fir Street
1219 East Fir Street
Mount Vernon, WA
1 Bedroom
$945
576 sqft
Last updated June 4 at 09:19 AM
1219 E Fir Street Available 07/15/19 1219 E Fir Street - Security Deposit: Amount listed is a minimum amount that will be required & is subject to change based on owner requirements. Pet Deposit: Determined by the number & type of pet(s).
1 Unit Available
3826 Autumn Way
3826 Autumn Way
Mount Vernon, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1647 sqft
Last updated April 28 at 08:49 AM
3826 Autumn Way - Features include; Kitchen w/ natural gas stove, granite counter tops, island and pantry. Dining room open to covered patio. Family room w/ gas fireplace.
Results within 10 miles of Burlington
1 Unit Available
342 North Central Street
342 N Central St
Sedro-Woolley, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1668 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
342 North Central Street Available 10/01/20 Brand New Condo - Upscale new condo in Sedro Woolley. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath condo features fantastic kitchen island with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Burlington. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Shoreline Community College, University of Washington-Seattle Campus, Western Washington University, Cascadia College, and City University of Seattle.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Burlington. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Shoreline Community College, University of Washington-Seattle Campus, Western Washington University, Cascadia College, and City University of Seattle.
City GuideBurlington
It's all about the shopping in Burlington, Washington. With two major malls and over 800 businesses that attract buyers from throughout the region, it's a shopper's haven.
It's all about the shopping in Burlington, Washington. With two major malls and over 800 businesses that attract buyers from throughout the region, it's a shopper's haven.

But man (or woman) does not live by retail alone. So residents also enjoy the outdoor opportunities of surrounding Skagit County, including the Skagit River, which forms the city's southeastern and southern borders.

Moving to Burlington

Many of the the rental apartments in Burlington are near Interstate 5, the major freeway that takes drivers north to Bellingham and eventually to Vancouver, Canada, and south to Everett and Seattle.

Look for apartments near State Route 20, which travels east-west. You can choose from one- to three-bedroom apartments with up to two baths and range in size. Sometimes you can find units with extra amenities, like a carport, clubhouse, fitness center and spa. Most places to rent also accept pets if they're under 40 pounds and meet breed restrictions. An outdoor pool, unusual for the drizzly weather, crowns this community's recreational activities.

Washington State can have some pretty icy winters, so a lot of people prefer to look for a rental apt in the summertime. This means you'll have a little more competition, but you won't be stuck running around in heaps of snow!

Moving to Burlington
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Many of the the rental apartments in Burlington are near Interstate 5, the major freeway that takes drivers north to Bellingham and eventually to Vancouver, Canada, and south to Everett and Seattle.

Look for apartments near State Route 20, which travels east-west. You can choose from one- to three-bedroom apartments with up to two baths and range in size. Sometimes you can find units with extra amenities, like a carport, clubhouse, fitness center and spa. Most places to rent also accept pets if they're under 40 pounds and meet breed restrictions. An outdoor pool, unusual for the drizzly weather, crowns this community's recreational activities.

Washington State can have some pretty icy winters, so a lot of people prefer to look for a rental apt in the summertime. This means you'll have a little more competition, but you won't be stuck running around in heaps of snow!

Neighborhoods

You'll have a totally different experience of the city depending on where you plan to live! Here's a little more info about the different parts of town:

Cascade Mall: Living near the mall means you'll never have to go far for clothes shopping or home goods! You'll also have access to some great restaurants, like Carino's Italian. You'll be near I-5, which is convenient to get in and out of town. There are mostly single-family homes here with some small apartment complexes.

North Burlington: This part of town is much more rural with fewer houses in the area. There aren't too many rentals here but there are some great eateries, like the Blueberry Caf and the Train Wreck Bar & Grill.

Skagit River: Homes by the river are pretty coveted, so allow yourself extra time (and money!) if you want to score one of these. You'll have a beautiful view, though, and can take advantage of the fun fishing and boating here!

Neighborhoods
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You'll have a totally different experience of the city depending on where you plan to live! Here's a little more info about the different parts of town:

Cascade Mall: Living near the mall means you'll never have to go far for clothes shopping or home goods! You'll also have access to some great restaurants, like Carino's Italian. You'll be near I-5, which is convenient to get in and out of town. There are mostly single-family homes here with some small apartment complexes.

North Burlington: This part of town is much more rural with fewer houses in the area. There aren't too many rentals here but there are some great eateries, like the Blueberry Caf and the Train Wreck Bar & Grill.

Skagit River: Homes by the river are pretty coveted, so allow yourself extra time (and money!) if you want to score one of these. You'll have a beautiful view, though, and can take advantage of the fun fishing and boating here!

Living in Burlington

During the frequent rainy weathers, you can confine your buying expeditions indoors at the Cascade Mall, a traditional indoor shopping center with over 50 stores and eateries anchored by Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney. When the sun is out, you want to experience the fresh air by going to The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington. All the retailers here have entrances that face outside. You can find bargains in clothing, footwear, housewares and specialty items at over 60 stores.

Begin your communion with all things natural at the Skagit River, where you can lounge on the shoreline or paddle a boat in the hopes of catching one of the 400 eagles that winter here. If you don't spy anything more than ordinary birds, you can always fish for up to five species of salmon. Further afield, try traveling through Chuckanut Drive, which takes you past scenic vistas of waterways and farmlands. If you want to stay among the foliage, try hiking or camping at Deception Pass State Park. You'll encounter old-growth forests, dramatic cliffs, and two metal bridges constructed in the 1930s.

Given the agricultural nature of Skagit County, it's no stunner that many of the city's big events are related to plants and farming. In April, over a million visitors descend on the area to admire over 300 acres of colorful blooms. In June, you can enjoy parades, music, stage shows, and the "World's Largest Shortcake" to honor the strawberry. An unusual take on fall pumpkin festivities is the Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Pitch in September. Machines recalling medieval catapults hurl the orange fruit through the air, while zucchini races and pumpkin painting occupy attendees down on earth. December sees the Arrival of Santa and the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Alpha Park.

Living in Burlington
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During the frequent rainy weathers, you can confine your buying expeditions indoors at the Cascade Mall, a traditional indoor shopping center with over 50 stores and eateries anchored by Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney. When the sun is out, you want to experience the fresh air by going to The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington. All the retailers here have entrances that face outside. You can find bargains in clothing, footwear, housewares and specialty items at over 60 stores.

Begin your communion with all things natural at the Skagit River, where you can lounge on the shoreline or paddle a boat in the hopes of catching one of the 400 eagles that winter here. If you don't spy anything more than ordinary birds, you can always fish for up to five species of salmon. Further afield, try traveling through Chuckanut Drive, which takes you past scenic vistas of waterways and farmlands. If you want to stay among the foliage, try hiking or camping at Deception Pass State Park. You'll encounter old-growth forests, dramatic cliffs, and two metal bridges constructed in the 1930s.

Given the agricultural nature of Skagit County, it's no stunner that many of the city's big events are related to plants and farming. In April, over a million visitors descend on the area to admire over 300 acres of colorful blooms. In June, you can enjoy parades, music, stage shows, and the "World's Largest Shortcake" to honor the strawberry. An unusual take on fall pumpkin festivities is the Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Pitch in September. Machines recalling medieval catapults hurl the orange fruit through the air, while zucchini races and pumpkin painting occupy attendees down on earth. December sees the Arrival of Santa and the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Alpha Park.

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City GuideBurlington
It's all about the shopping in Burlington, Washington. With two major malls and over 800 businesses that attract buyers from throughout the region, it's a shopper's haven.
It's all about the shopping in Burlington, Washington. With two major malls and over 800 businesses that attract buyers from throughout the region, it's a shopper's haven.

But man (or woman) does not live by retail alone. So residents also enjoy the outdoor opportunities of surrounding Skagit County, including the Skagit River, which forms the city's southeastern and southern borders.

Moving to Burlington

Many of the the rental apartments in Burlington are near Interstate 5, the major freeway that takes drivers north to Bellingham and eventually to Vancouver, Canada, and south to Everett and Seattle.

Look for apartments near State Route 20, which travels east-west. You can choose from one- to three-bedroom apartments with up to two baths and range in size. Sometimes you can find units with extra amenities, like a carport, clubhouse, fitness center and spa. Most places to rent also accept pets if they're under 40 pounds and meet breed restrictions. An outdoor pool, unusual for the drizzly weather, crowns this community's recreational activities.

Washington State can have some pretty icy winters, so a lot of people prefer to look for a rental apt in the summertime. This means you'll have a little more competition, but you won't be stuck running around in heaps of snow!

Moving to Burlington
+

Many of the the rental apartments in Burlington are near Interstate 5, the major freeway that takes drivers north to Bellingham and eventually to Vancouver, Canada, and south to Everett and Seattle.

Look for apartments near State Route 20, which travels east-west. You can choose from one- to three-bedroom apartments with up to two baths and range in size. Sometimes you can find units with extra amenities, like a carport, clubhouse, fitness center and spa. Most places to rent also accept pets if they're under 40 pounds and meet breed restrictions. An outdoor pool, unusual for the drizzly weather, crowns this community's recreational activities.

Washington State can have some pretty icy winters, so a lot of people prefer to look for a rental apt in the summertime. This means you'll have a little more competition, but you won't be stuck running around in heaps of snow!

Neighborhoods

You'll have a totally different experience of the city depending on where you plan to live! Here's a little more info about the different parts of town:

Cascade Mall: Living near the mall means you'll never have to go far for clothes shopping or home goods! You'll also have access to some great restaurants, like Carino's Italian. You'll be near I-5, which is convenient to get in and out of town. There are mostly single-family homes here with some small apartment complexes.

North Burlington: This part of town is much more rural with fewer houses in the area. There aren't too many rentals here but there are some great eateries, like the Blueberry Caf and the Train Wreck Bar & Grill.

Skagit River: Homes by the river are pretty coveted, so allow yourself extra time (and money!) if you want to score one of these. You'll have a beautiful view, though, and can take advantage of the fun fishing and boating here!

Neighborhoods
+

You'll have a totally different experience of the city depending on where you plan to live! Here's a little more info about the different parts of town:

Cascade Mall: Living near the mall means you'll never have to go far for clothes shopping or home goods! You'll also have access to some great restaurants, like Carino's Italian. You'll be near I-5, which is convenient to get in and out of town. There are mostly single-family homes here with some small apartment complexes.

North Burlington: This part of town is much more rural with fewer houses in the area. There aren't too many rentals here but there are some great eateries, like the Blueberry Caf and the Train Wreck Bar & Grill.

Skagit River: Homes by the river are pretty coveted, so allow yourself extra time (and money!) if you want to score one of these. You'll have a beautiful view, though, and can take advantage of the fun fishing and boating here!

Living in Burlington

During the frequent rainy weathers, you can confine your buying expeditions indoors at the Cascade Mall, a traditional indoor shopping center with over 50 stores and eateries anchored by Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney. When the sun is out, you want to experience the fresh air by going to The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington. All the retailers here have entrances that face outside. You can find bargains in clothing, footwear, housewares and specialty items at over 60 stores.

Begin your communion with all things natural at the Skagit River, where you can lounge on the shoreline or paddle a boat in the hopes of catching one of the 400 eagles that winter here. If you don't spy anything more than ordinary birds, you can always fish for up to five species of salmon. Further afield, try traveling through Chuckanut Drive, which takes you past scenic vistas of waterways and farmlands. If you want to stay among the foliage, try hiking or camping at Deception Pass State Park. You'll encounter old-growth forests, dramatic cliffs, and two metal bridges constructed in the 1930s.

Given the agricultural nature of Skagit County, it's no stunner that many of the city's big events are related to plants and farming. In April, over a million visitors descend on the area to admire over 300 acres of colorful blooms. In June, you can enjoy parades, music, stage shows, and the "World's Largest Shortcake" to honor the strawberry. An unusual take on fall pumpkin festivities is the Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Pitch in September. Machines recalling medieval catapults hurl the orange fruit through the air, while zucchini races and pumpkin painting occupy attendees down on earth. December sees the Arrival of Santa and the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Alpha Park.

Living in Burlington
+

During the frequent rainy weathers, you can confine your buying expeditions indoors at the Cascade Mall, a traditional indoor shopping center with over 50 stores and eateries anchored by Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney. When the sun is out, you want to experience the fresh air by going to The Outlet Shoppes at Burlington. All the retailers here have entrances that face outside. You can find bargains in clothing, footwear, housewares and specialty items at over 60 stores.

Begin your communion with all things natural at the Skagit River, where you can lounge on the shoreline or paddle a boat in the hopes of catching one of the 400 eagles that winter here. If you don't spy anything more than ordinary birds, you can always fish for up to five species of salmon. Further afield, try traveling through Chuckanut Drive, which takes you past scenic vistas of waterways and farmlands. If you want to stay among the foliage, try hiking or camping at Deception Pass State Park. You'll encounter old-growth forests, dramatic cliffs, and two metal bridges constructed in the 1930s.

Given the agricultural nature of Skagit County, it's no stunner that many of the city's big events are related to plants and farming. In April, over a million visitors descend on the area to admire over 300 acres of colorful blooms. In June, you can enjoy parades, music, stage shows, and the "World's Largest Shortcake" to honor the strawberry. An unusual take on fall pumpkin festivities is the Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Pitch in September. Machines recalling medieval catapults hurl the orange fruit through the air, while zucchini races and pumpkin painting occupy attendees down on earth. December sees the Arrival of Santa and the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Alpha Park.