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Eagle Point Apartments
1090 Betz Rd
Cheney, WA
Studio
$855
600 sqft
1 Bedroom
$960
810 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,140
1010 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:27 AM
Prime location close to schools. Tenants enjoy parking and a BBQ, gym, hot tub, business center, and pool. Well-appointed apartments feature stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, and extra storage.
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1 Unit Available
Rock Springs
2701 Al Ogdon Way
Cheney, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1194 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 03:36 AM
Welcome to Rock Springs Apartments! Live an independent lifestyle near all the conveniences of Eastern Washington University. Our community consists of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes.
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Barrington Place Apartments
201 Betz Rd
Cheney, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$950
961 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 03:36 AM
Welcome to Barrington Place Apartments! Live an independent lifestyle near all the conveniences of Eastern Washington University. Our community consists of 1,2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes.
1 Unit Available
3208 Meadow Glen Lane
3208 Meadow Glen Lane
Cheney, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1428 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
Very Nice 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath home All New appliances and partially furnished. Look! - 2001 Built Duplex in Cheney HOA development with mostly single family homes and a great neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
3210 Meadow Glen Lane
3210 Meadow Glen Ln
Cheney, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1428 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
Very Nice 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath home All New appliances and partially furnished. Look! - 2001 Built Duplex in Cheney HOA development with mostly single family homes and a great neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
211 7th Street
211 7th Street
Cheney, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1100 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
3 Bed House Near EWU! - This 3bed, 1bath home is directly across the street from EWU and is in the heart of Cheney. This home has a newer roof, recently updated kitchen with a dishwasher and sits on a 7200 sqft lot.
1 Unit Available
1505 5th St.
1505 5th Street
Cheney, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
2000 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
Spacious Home In Cheney! - Beautiful open home located in the heart of Cheney! Offers a ton of space for gardening, already established fruits, lots of shade. The home has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. 2 fireplaces, and a family room.
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1 Unit Available
821 S. Russell St.
821 South Russell Street
Airway Heights, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,495
1919 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms in Airway Heights - Plenty of square feet (1919) in this Airway Heights Duplex! 4 Bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
507 S Lawson
507 South Lawson Street
Airway Heights, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,900
1829 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
Home Located In Airway Heights - This 4 bedroom 3 bath home located in Airway Heights includes amenities such as; dishwasher, micro hood, two car attached garage, central air conditioning, and sprinkler system.
1 Unit Available
7011 S West Terrace
7011 South West Terrace Drive
Spokane County, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,515
1352 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 08:21 AM
Comfortable living in this great rancher home! *Formal living room *Spacious kitchen includes a refrigerator, dishwasher, oven/range, and microwave *Family room with sliders out to covered back patio *Master suite with ensuite bathroom *Washer and
1 Unit Available
1005 N Stanley
1005 Stanley Street
Medical Lake, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,695
2300 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
1005 N. Stanley St. Medical Lake, WA - This fantastic 4 level home is located on a quiet street in the heart of Medical Lake.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Cheney?
In Cheney, the median rent is $660 for a studio, $763 for a 1-bedroom, $997 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,387 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Cheney, check out our monthly Cheney Rent Report.
How much is rent in Cheney?
In Cheney, the median rent is $660 for a studio, $763 for a 1-bedroom, $997 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,387 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Cheney, check out our monthly Cheney Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Cheney?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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While some Cheney properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Cheney properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Cheney?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cheney. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Spokane Falls Community College, and Spokane Community College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Cheney?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cheney. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Spokane Falls Community College, and Spokane Community College.

Median Rent in Cheney

Last updated Sep. 2020
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Cheney is $763, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $997.
Studio
$660
1 Bed
$763
2 Beds
$997
3+ Beds
$1,387

City Guide

Cheney
Cheney, Washington, came into being officially in 1883; however, it began with humbler beginnings a decade or more prior. The city is on its fifth title, beginning initially with Section Thirteen, followed by Willow Springs, Depot Springs, Billings and finally Cheney in honor Benjamin, P. Cheney, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Cheney, Washington, came into being officially in 1883; however, it began with humbler beginnings a decade or more prior. The city is on its fifth title, beginning initially with Section Thirteen, followed by Willow Springs, Depot Springs, Billings and finally Cheney in honor Benjamin, P. Cheney, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Cheney, Washington, is located east of the Cascade Mountain Range and 17 miles southwest of Spokane -- the largest city in eastern Washington. Spokane offers a marvelous array of big city amenities in a region where small communities thrive. Minutes from the Idaho border, and pinched with the Columbia River and Oregon to the southern side and Canada to the north, Cheney has capitalized on one of the center-most locales in the great Pacific Northwest.

Moving to Cheney

A safe city center and suburban environment give the city of Cheney a remarkably low crime rate. The average rate for crime across Washington is lower than the national average in general, and Cheney falls below that as well, whereas Spokane to the north is considerably higher.

Eastern Washington has a different climate than the western portion of the State, as the Cascade Mountain Range casts a long "rain shadow." This natural feature forces moisture out of the clouds as they must rise to cross the towering peaks, causing torrential downfalls on the western half of the foothills and drier, less cloudy skies to the east. Make no mistakes, precipitation still arrives from the north and south as the seasons change, and a fair share of snow is generally expected to fall annually in the Spokane region. The best times of year to visit depend on your purpose, as the winter provides premier snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and other snowy sports, while the summers bring dry heat and high temperatures.

When choosing to find an apartment, consider the average renter for the area. To find places to live that are well kept, search apartment homes or apartment complexes. Cheney is also sometimes called a "bedroom community," as most people commute into Spokane to work and shop, and return to Cheney in the evenings.

Moving to Cheney
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A safe city center and suburban environment give the city of Cheney a remarkably low crime rate. The average rate for crime across Washington is lower than the national average in general, and Cheney falls below that as well, whereas Spokane to the north is considerably higher.

Eastern Washington has a different climate than the western portion of the State, as the Cascade Mountain Range casts a long "rain shadow." This natural feature forces moisture out of the clouds as they must rise to cross the towering peaks, causing torrential downfalls on the western half of the foothills and drier, less cloudy skies to the east. Make no mistakes, precipitation still arrives from the north and south as the seasons change, and a fair share of snow is generally expected to fall annually in the Spokane region. The best times of year to visit depend on your purpose, as the winter provides premier snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and other snowy sports, while the summers bring dry heat and high temperatures.

When choosing to find an apartment, consider the average renter for the area. To find places to live that are well kept, search apartment homes or apartment complexes. Cheney is also sometimes called a "bedroom community," as most people commute into Spokane to work and shop, and return to Cheney in the evenings.

Neighborhoods in Cheney

Cheney consists of several neighborhoods that split the city into different groups, but generally the downtown make up the majority of activity and entertainment in the area. If you're having difficulty locating the right one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent in Cheney, look to the City Center.

City Center: Bars, restaurants and shops are found throughout the neighborhood, and affordable rentals for apartments and one- and two-bedroom housing are seasonally available. The Cheney Historical Museum is steps away from the StageWest Community Theater, as well as dozens of local eats like the Mason Jar, Sunday brunch at the Willow Street Station. If you're a pizza fanatic, the nearby university has upped the local competition, and quality pizza-pies can be found at Gatto's Pizza and Rosa's Pizza, just to name a few.

Salnave and W. Salnave Road: These streets border the second largest district north of the city center, which is closest to the city of Spokane, and is a popular choice for many new residents. With the city center nearby, and its close proximity to the larger conveniences of the city of Spokane, Salnave is becoming a great place to live in Cheney.

Amber, or East Cheney: The largest neighborhood geographically, Amber consists of the majority of southern and eastern Cheney. Real estate with more real estate is cheaper here, so if you're moving to Cheney and prefer a more rural and spacious home, consider the East Cheney area. A large portion of this neighborhood consists of the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, where visitors can tour the trails during park hours, and photograph wild moose, deer, and many species of birds.

Neighborhoods in Cheney
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Cheney consists of several neighborhoods that split the city into different groups, but generally the downtown make up the majority of activity and entertainment in the area. If you're having difficulty locating the right one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent in Cheney, look to the City Center.

City Center: Bars, restaurants and shops are found throughout the neighborhood, and affordable rentals for apartments and one- and two-bedroom housing are seasonally available. The Cheney Historical Museum is steps away from the StageWest Community Theater, as well as dozens of local eats like the Mason Jar, Sunday brunch at the Willow Street Station. If you're a pizza fanatic, the nearby university has upped the local competition, and quality pizza-pies can be found at Gatto's Pizza and Rosa's Pizza, just to name a few.

Salnave and W. Salnave Road: These streets border the second largest district north of the city center, which is closest to the city of Spokane, and is a popular choice for many new residents. With the city center nearby, and its close proximity to the larger conveniences of the city of Spokane, Salnave is becoming a great place to live in Cheney.

Amber, or East Cheney: The largest neighborhood geographically, Amber consists of the majority of southern and eastern Cheney. Real estate with more real estate is cheaper here, so if you're moving to Cheney and prefer a more rural and spacious home, consider the East Cheney area. A large portion of this neighborhood consists of the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, where visitors can tour the trails during park hours, and photograph wild moose, deer, and many species of birds.

Living in Cheney

Living in Cheney demands a different level of pace, where lazy and quiet days can quickly become excellent excuses for university students to hit the town. With the downtown of Cheney in close proximity to EWU and the university district, many bars and restaurants stay open late and cater to the rowdy crowds that can develop. A nightlife is always present to some degree in college towns, so if you enjoy a club scene or a lively area with a youthful vibe this will be a perfect setting for you. The Amber neighborhood in East Cheney has a different level of pace entirely, where the rural roots of the region bleed through. It is further to the north, however, where many families choose to settle as the proximity to Spokane is hard to beat, as well as the hip downtown scene available in either Cheney or Spokane proper.

Beyond the city, eastern Washington is a blank slate of open country and unique wonders. The Grand Coulee Dam on the Grand Coulee River is one of the largest dams in the nation and attracts thousands of tourists to its breathtaking engineering annually. Further east but still to the north of Spokane is Priest Lake, Idaho, where many celebrities and athletes seclude themselves away on their private lake house estates. The lake has numerous resorts and boat launches and serves as the premier summer attraction in northern Idaho.

Many more day activities are possible, as hunting and fishing are popular, along with racing dirt bikes in summer and snowmobiles in winter. Spokane also has some of the best shopping and restaurants in the state, as well as cinemas, a top-notch mall, museums, shows and other entertainment options. Cheney's attractive charm certainly comes from its close location to so many Pacific Northwest attractions, as well as the resounding support for a booming school district and safer streets.

Living in Cheney
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Living in Cheney demands a different level of pace, where lazy and quiet days can quickly become excellent excuses for university students to hit the town. With the downtown of Cheney in close proximity to EWU and the university district, many bars and restaurants stay open late and cater to the rowdy crowds that can develop. A nightlife is always present to some degree in college towns, so if you enjoy a club scene or a lively area with a youthful vibe this will be a perfect setting for you. The Amber neighborhood in East Cheney has a different level of pace entirely, where the rural roots of the region bleed through. It is further to the north, however, where many families choose to settle as the proximity to Spokane is hard to beat, as well as the hip downtown scene available in either Cheney or Spokane proper.

Beyond the city, eastern Washington is a blank slate of open country and unique wonders. The Grand Coulee Dam on the Grand Coulee River is one of the largest dams in the nation and attracts thousands of tourists to its breathtaking engineering annually. Further east but still to the north of Spokane is Priest Lake, Idaho, where many celebrities and athletes seclude themselves away on their private lake house estates. The lake has numerous resorts and boat launches and serves as the premier summer attraction in northern Idaho.

Many more day activities are possible, as hunting and fishing are popular, along with racing dirt bikes in summer and snowmobiles in winter. Spokane also has some of the best shopping and restaurants in the state, as well as cinemas, a top-notch mall, museums, shows and other entertainment options. Cheney's attractive charm certainly comes from its close location to so many Pacific Northwest attractions, as well as the resounding support for a booming school district and safer streets.

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City Guide

Cheney
Cheney, Washington, came into being officially in 1883; however, it began with humbler beginnings a decade or more prior. The city is on its fifth title, beginning initially with Section Thirteen, followed by Willow Springs, Depot Springs, Billings and finally Cheney in honor Benjamin, P. Cheney, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Cheney, Washington, came into being officially in 1883; however, it began with humbler beginnings a decade or more prior. The city is on its fifth title, beginning initially with Section Thirteen, followed by Willow Springs, Depot Springs, Billings and finally Cheney in honor Benjamin, P. Cheney, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Cheney, Washington, is located east of the Cascade Mountain Range and 17 miles southwest of Spokane -- the largest city in eastern Washington. Spokane offers a marvelous array of big city amenities in a region where small communities thrive. Minutes from the Idaho border, and pinched with the Columbia River and Oregon to the southern side and Canada to the north, Cheney has capitalized on one of the center-most locales in the great Pacific Northwest.

Moving to Cheney

A safe city center and suburban environment give the city of Cheney a remarkably low crime rate. The average rate for crime across Washington is lower than the national average in general, and Cheney falls below that as well, whereas Spokane to the north is considerably higher.

Eastern Washington has a different climate than the western portion of the State, as the Cascade Mountain Range casts a long "rain shadow." This natural feature forces moisture out of the clouds as they must rise to cross the towering peaks, causing torrential downfalls on the western half of the foothills and drier, less cloudy skies to the east. Make no mistakes, precipitation still arrives from the north and south as the seasons change, and a fair share of snow is generally expected to fall annually in the Spokane region. The best times of year to visit depend on your purpose, as the winter provides premier snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and other snowy sports, while the summers bring dry heat and high temperatures.

When choosing to find an apartment, consider the average renter for the area. To find places to live that are well kept, search apartment homes or apartment complexes. Cheney is also sometimes called a "bedroom community," as most people commute into Spokane to work and shop, and return to Cheney in the evenings.

Moving to Cheney
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A safe city center and suburban environment give the city of Cheney a remarkably low crime rate. The average rate for crime across Washington is lower than the national average in general, and Cheney falls below that as well, whereas Spokane to the north is considerably higher.

Eastern Washington has a different climate than the western portion of the State, as the Cascade Mountain Range casts a long "rain shadow." This natural feature forces moisture out of the clouds as they must rise to cross the towering peaks, causing torrential downfalls on the western half of the foothills and drier, less cloudy skies to the east. Make no mistakes, precipitation still arrives from the north and south as the seasons change, and a fair share of snow is generally expected to fall annually in the Spokane region. The best times of year to visit depend on your purpose, as the winter provides premier snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and other snowy sports, while the summers bring dry heat and high temperatures.

When choosing to find an apartment, consider the average renter for the area. To find places to live that are well kept, search apartment homes or apartment complexes. Cheney is also sometimes called a "bedroom community," as most people commute into Spokane to work and shop, and return to Cheney in the evenings.

Neighborhoods in Cheney

Cheney consists of several neighborhoods that split the city into different groups, but generally the downtown make up the majority of activity and entertainment in the area. If you're having difficulty locating the right one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent in Cheney, look to the City Center.

City Center: Bars, restaurants and shops are found throughout the neighborhood, and affordable rentals for apartments and one- and two-bedroom housing are seasonally available. The Cheney Historical Museum is steps away from the StageWest Community Theater, as well as dozens of local eats like the Mason Jar, Sunday brunch at the Willow Street Station. If you're a pizza fanatic, the nearby university has upped the local competition, and quality pizza-pies can be found at Gatto's Pizza and Rosa's Pizza, just to name a few.

Salnave and W. Salnave Road: These streets border the second largest district north of the city center, which is closest to the city of Spokane, and is a popular choice for many new residents. With the city center nearby, and its close proximity to the larger conveniences of the city of Spokane, Salnave is becoming a great place to live in Cheney.

Amber, or East Cheney: The largest neighborhood geographically, Amber consists of the majority of southern and eastern Cheney. Real estate with more real estate is cheaper here, so if you're moving to Cheney and prefer a more rural and spacious home, consider the East Cheney area. A large portion of this neighborhood consists of the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, where visitors can tour the trails during park hours, and photograph wild moose, deer, and many species of birds.

Neighborhoods in Cheney
+

Cheney consists of several neighborhoods that split the city into different groups, but generally the downtown make up the majority of activity and entertainment in the area. If you're having difficulty locating the right one- or two-bedroom apartments for rent in Cheney, look to the City Center.

City Center: Bars, restaurants and shops are found throughout the neighborhood, and affordable rentals for apartments and one- and two-bedroom housing are seasonally available. The Cheney Historical Museum is steps away from the StageWest Community Theater, as well as dozens of local eats like the Mason Jar, Sunday brunch at the Willow Street Station. If you're a pizza fanatic, the nearby university has upped the local competition, and quality pizza-pies can be found at Gatto's Pizza and Rosa's Pizza, just to name a few.

Salnave and W. Salnave Road: These streets border the second largest district north of the city center, which is closest to the city of Spokane, and is a popular choice for many new residents. With the city center nearby, and its close proximity to the larger conveniences of the city of Spokane, Salnave is becoming a great place to live in Cheney.

Amber, or East Cheney: The largest neighborhood geographically, Amber consists of the majority of southern and eastern Cheney. Real estate with more real estate is cheaper here, so if you're moving to Cheney and prefer a more rural and spacious home, consider the East Cheney area. A large portion of this neighborhood consists of the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge, where visitors can tour the trails during park hours, and photograph wild moose, deer, and many species of birds.

Living in Cheney

Living in Cheney demands a different level of pace, where lazy and quiet days can quickly become excellent excuses for university students to hit the town. With the downtown of Cheney in close proximity to EWU and the university district, many bars and restaurants stay open late and cater to the rowdy crowds that can develop. A nightlife is always present to some degree in college towns, so if you enjoy a club scene or a lively area with a youthful vibe this will be a perfect setting for you. The Amber neighborhood in East Cheney has a different level of pace entirely, where the rural roots of the region bleed through. It is further to the north, however, where many families choose to settle as the proximity to Spokane is hard to beat, as well as the hip downtown scene available in either Cheney or Spokane proper.

Beyond the city, eastern Washington is a blank slate of open country and unique wonders. The Grand Coulee Dam on the Grand Coulee River is one of the largest dams in the nation and attracts thousands of tourists to its breathtaking engineering annually. Further east but still to the north of Spokane is Priest Lake, Idaho, where many celebrities and athletes seclude themselves away on their private lake house estates. The lake has numerous resorts and boat launches and serves as the premier summer attraction in northern Idaho.

Many more day activities are possible, as hunting and fishing are popular, along with racing dirt bikes in summer and snowmobiles in winter. Spokane also has some of the best shopping and restaurants in the state, as well as cinemas, a top-notch mall, museums, shows and other entertainment options. Cheney's attractive charm certainly comes from its close location to so many Pacific Northwest attractions, as well as the resounding support for a booming school district and safer streets.

Living in Cheney
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Living in Cheney demands a different level of pace, where lazy and quiet days can quickly become excellent excuses for university students to hit the town. With the downtown of Cheney in close proximity to EWU and the university district, many bars and restaurants stay open late and cater to the rowdy crowds that can develop. A nightlife is always present to some degree in college towns, so if you enjoy a club scene or a lively area with a youthful vibe this will be a perfect setting for you. The Amber neighborhood in East Cheney has a different level of pace entirely, where the rural roots of the region bleed through. It is further to the north, however, where many families choose to settle as the proximity to Spokane is hard to beat, as well as the hip downtown scene available in either Cheney or Spokane proper.

Beyond the city, eastern Washington is a blank slate of open country and unique wonders. The Grand Coulee Dam on the Grand Coulee River is one of the largest dams in the nation and attracts thousands of tourists to its breathtaking engineering annually. Further east but still to the north of Spokane is Priest Lake, Idaho, where many celebrities and athletes seclude themselves away on their private lake house estates. The lake has numerous resorts and boat launches and serves as the premier summer attraction in northern Idaho.

Many more day activities are possible, as hunting and fishing are popular, along with racing dirt bikes in summer and snowmobiles in winter. Spokane also has some of the best shopping and restaurants in the state, as well as cinemas, a top-notch mall, museums, shows and other entertainment options. Cheney's attractive charm certainly comes from its close location to so many Pacific Northwest attractions, as well as the resounding support for a booming school district and safer streets.