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31 Apartments for rent in Sudden Valley, WA

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5 Sundew Court
5 Sundew Court North
Sudden Valley, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,950
2395 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Sudden Valley, Custom 3 BED 2.5 Bath Home, Den, Family Room, extra Kitchennette - Gorgeous custom rambler with on two lots at the end of the road, is a rare find in Sudden Valley.
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Barkley Apartments
3126 Racine St
Bellingham, WA | Mount Baker
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,620
888 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 09:11 PM
Barkley Apartments is conveniently located in the heart of Bellingham, you are minutes away from local amenities with easy access to the outdoors.
1 Unit Available
1346 Orleans St
1346 Orleans Street
Bellingham, WA | Puget
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
Last updated January 26 at 01:00 PM
1346 Orleans St - 2 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath condo centrally located near Civic Field, shopping and restaurants featuring newer carpet, vinyl, paint and fixtures and electric forced air heat. On site laundry and assigned covered parking space.
1 Unit Available
3907 Flynn St. #311
3907 Flynn Street
Bellingham, WA | Silver Beach
1 Bedroom
$1,150
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
One bedroom in peaceful wooded setting Very peaceful setting where each unit has a serene view of wooded wetlands. Deer and other woodland creatures visit regularly. Each unit has one reserved parking space with extras for visitors.
1 Unit Available
1424 Toledo Street
1424 Toledo Street
Bellingham, WA | Puget
4 Bedrooms
$2,495
2005 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
Large square footage and two common living rooms in this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in the desirable Puget neighborhood in Bellingham. Vaulted ceilings, new front deck and a large back deck provide lots of space to spread out and enjoy this home.
1 Unit Available
1804 E Sunset Dr #201
1804 East Sunset Drive
Bellingham, WA | Mount Baker
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
900 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
Video tour coming next week, please keep an eye on the listing on our website. This two bedroom, 1 bath upper unit boasts a new remodel and in-unit laundry with designated off-street parking.
1 Unit Available
773 Mahonia Drive
773 Mahonia Drive
Whatcom County, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1046 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
773 Mahonia Drive Available 04/16/20 Beautiful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Home on Samish Hill - This three bedroom, two bathroom rambler style home offers 1040 square feet of living space.
1 Unit Available
1415 Lakeway
1415 Lakeway Drive
Bellingham, WA | Puget
5 Bedrooms
$3,250
2736 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
1415 Lakeway Available 08/01/20 Spacious 5 bedroom home! Big bedrooms and big living areas! - You must see the inside of this house to appreciate it! This house is located on Lakeway Drive near Puget St. and Civic Field. It is approximately 1.
1 Unit Available
1500 Alabama Street
1500 Alabama Street
Bellingham, WA | Roosevelt
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1062 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
1500 Alabama Street Available 07/21/20 Pre-leasing NOW! Available July 21st! 3 Bedroom Home on Bus Line - Pre-leasing NOW! This three bedroom, one bath home offers plenty of charm.
1 Unit Available
1306 W. North St.
1306 West North Street
Bellingham, WA | Columbia
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1000 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Newly updated! Columbia neighborhood single family home. - Conveniently located, updated two bedroom, one full bath single family home in the Columbia neighborhood. Approx. 1000 sq. ft. Hardwood floors throughout with carpet in both bedrooms.
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1 Unit Available
1711 Fairhaven Avenue
1711 Fairhaven Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Edgemoor
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1338 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
1711 Fairhaven Avenue Available 02/01/21 Urban Homestead in Chuckanut Village - This sunny farmhouse is on .23 acres, just steps from Mud Bay and beach access. It's 1338 sq ft with 3 bdrms, 1 bath and a big eat-in kitchen.
1 Unit Available
5340 Dinkle Road
5340 Dinkle Road
Whatcom County, WA
3 Bedrooms
$3,050
1946 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
5340 Dinkle Road Available 02/01/21 7 Acre Property 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Rambler with Barn & Shop - Rural Living just 15 Minutes to Town - Three Bedroom 2 Bath house on 7 Acres with a Barn, Large Shop, 2 Separate Auto/RV Bays, and 2 fenced pastures
1 Unit Available
512 Darby Drive #201
512 Darby Drive
Bellingham, WA | Guide Meridian
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1495 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
512 Darby Drive #201 Available 02/15/21 512 Darby Dr. #201 - 3 bed, 2 bath condo at Darby Estates. This 2nd floor unit features a washer/dryer, 1 assigned parking space, electric heat and it is close to Whatcom Community College.
1 Unit Available
606 Gladstone Street
606 Gladstone Street
Bellingham, WA | York
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
1826 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
606 Gladstone Street - This quaint home in the York neighborhood is close to shopping, bus lines, and WWU. It features four bedrooms and one bath on the main floor and another bedroom downstairs with a bath.
1 Unit Available
1231 Chuckanut Drive
1231 Chuckanut Drive
Whatcom County, WA
4 Bedrooms
$7,500
4200 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
Waterfront Panoramic View Of San Juans And Huge Gourmet Kitchen Your private oasis away from it all. Come enjoy this Zen-like home with natural waterfall and panoramic views of the San Juan Islands and Chuckanut Bay.
1 Unit Available
205 Bayside Pl.
205 Bayside Place
Bellingham, WA | Edgemoor
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1888 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:01 PM
205 Bayside Pl.
1 Unit Available
251 W. Bakerview Road, A106
251 West Bakerview Road
Bellingham, WA | Meridian
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
922 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:00 PM
2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath Condominium at Centre Pointe - Upgraded Condominium at Centre Pointe! Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants and easy access to I-5! Ground floor corner unit features new paint, vinyl plank flooring throughout, 9 ft
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1513 Wilson
1513 Wilson Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Happy Valley
6 Bedrooms
$2,500
1800 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 01:00 PM
1/2 off 1st full month! 6 Bed 3 Bath Home in the Fairhaven Neighborhood! - Great location! 1/2 off 1st full month of rent! Updated home including 6 bedrooms and 3 baths. 3 bedrooms on the main floor, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and laundry.
1 Unit Available
516 Darby Drive #305
516 Darby Drive
Bellingham, WA | Guide Meridian
1 Bedroom
$1,295
810 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 26 at 01:00 PM
516 Darby Drive #305 Available 02/15/21 516 Darby Drive #305 - Cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo at Darby Estates conveniently located near Whatcom Community College. This unit features a washer/dryer in unit, electric heat, and 1 assigned parking spot.
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3434 Northwest Ave. #104
3434 Northwest Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Birchwoods
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
Ground floor unit that looks onto the back side of the Belllingham Golf and Country Club. 24 unit complex located between Northwest Ave. and the back side of the Bellingham Golf and Country Club. Two houses provide buffer to busy road.
1 Unit Available
1310 Telegraph Road, Apt. #101
1310 Telegraph Rd
Bellingham, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1195 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
Discover what it feels like to love where you live at the brand new Cedar Grove Apartments! Currently under construction, the 54-unit building (parallel to Telegraph Road) will be available in early February 2021, and the 47-unit building (parallel
1 Unit Available
1203 West Holly - 301
1203 West Holly Street
Bellingham, WA | Lettered Streets
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1330 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 10:38 AM
High End Finishing, Security Cameras, Elevator, View of the Bay of Bellingham, Gated Underground Parking, On Site Storage locker Available 2 assigned parking spots in the gated underground parking On-site storage available at an additional monthly
1 Unit Available
2908 W Indiana St
2908 West Indiana Street
Bellingham, WA | Birchwoods
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
1665 sqft
Last updated January 26 at 08:10 AM
Newly built bright & sunny 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1665 sq. ft. two story home in the Birchwood neighborhood, near Bellingham Technical College.
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How much is rent in Sudden Valley?
Apartment Rentals in Sudden Valley start at $2,950/month.
How much is rent in Sudden Valley?
Apartment Rentals in Sudden Valley start at $2,950/month.
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While some Sudden Valley 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 Sudden Valley 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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City Guide

Sudden Valley
This valley might not have happened suddenly, but the town sure did. It was a place simply called "the Ranch" until it was developed as a master-planned private community in the 1970s. Fans of the television comedy Arrested Development will recognize the name -- Sudden Valley is what the Bluth Company called their flagship development project.
This valley might not have happened suddenly, but the town sure did. It was a place simply called "the Ranch" until it was developed as a master-planned private community in the 1970s. Fans of the television comedy Arrested Development will recognize the name -- Sudden Valley is what the Bluth Company called their flagship development project.

The former ranch set in the hills along the southwest shores of Washington's Lake Whatcom is now a fairly secluded private area that is overseen by a homeowner's association. With the lake to the northwest and forested hills to the south and west, there's not much really close by to disturb that seclusion. If you're looking for a town with a happening nightlife, this isn't it! Of course, the much bigger city of Bellingham borders Sudden Valley to the northwest and it's just a hop, skip, and jump across the border to Vancouver, British Columbia. A little bit more than a hop -- about 90 minutes -- to the south and you are in Seattle. Close to 7,000 people call this peaceful little burg home. Whether lakeside or in the hills, this is an idyllic place to settle.

Moving to Sudden Valley

It's not an incorporated town, but a census designated place that is its own entity. The homeowner's association has rules and regulations governing the entire community. For some, that serves as a guarantee of a lifestyle that is free from some hassles and the backbone of a thriving town. For others, it's more like a unneeded constraint. It's important to know what's best for you before deciding to settle in Sudden Valley. Once you have decided to move here, make a list of available properties and go through it methodically, looking for townhouses or apartments for rent. There are also usually several single family homes on the market. Be prepared to pony up your first and last month's rent, and a security deposit and a good credit report will more than likely be required. With some forethought and a smidge of proactive planning, you can land your perfect pad.

Moving to Sudden Valley
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It's not an incorporated town, but a census designated place that is its own entity. The homeowner's association has rules and regulations governing the entire community. For some, that serves as a guarantee of a lifestyle that is free from some hassles and the backbone of a thriving town. For others, it's more like a unneeded constraint. It's important to know what's best for you before deciding to settle in Sudden Valley. Once you have decided to move here, make a list of available properties and go through it methodically, looking for townhouses or apartments for rent. There are also usually several single family homes on the market. Be prepared to pony up your first and last month's rent, and a security deposit and a good credit report will more than likely be required. With some forethought and a smidge of proactive planning, you can land your perfect pad.

Sudden Valley Neighborhoods

It's more a single community than a collection of distinct neighborhoods, but there are parts of the town that have different features than others. Near Lake Whatcom are homes with backyards that border the water. Some even boast boat docks. Further inland, the streets start to weave up the slight hillsides, with green space and a golf course in the mix.

East and west of the main drag: For descriptive purposes, you could divide the town into two sections on either side of Lake Whatcom Boulevard. To the west are the homes with larger lots that are in heavily wooded areas. You aren't likely to find a studio for rent up here unless it's in a larger house. On the east side are the homes close to the water and those that are on the golf course. The much smaller Lake Louise is at the south end and the marina at Dutch Harbor is at the north.

Sudden Valley Neighborhoods
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It's more a single community than a collection of distinct neighborhoods, but there are parts of the town that have different features than others. Near Lake Whatcom are homes with backyards that border the water. Some even boast boat docks. Further inland, the streets start to weave up the slight hillsides, with green space and a golf course in the mix.

East and west of the main drag: For descriptive purposes, you could divide the town into two sections on either side of Lake Whatcom Boulevard. To the west are the homes with larger lots that are in heavily wooded areas. You aren't likely to find a studio for rent up here unless it's in a larger house. On the east side are the homes close to the water and those that are on the golf course. The much smaller Lake Louise is at the south end and the marina at Dutch Harbor is at the north.

Living in Sudden Valley

This entire region is one of the most vibrant anywhere when it comes to outdoor recreation and the grandeur that is the Pacific Northwest. In town, there isn't much in the way of recreation as it's almost completely residential. That said, nearby Bellingham has great eateries like Cafe Rumba or Old World Deli, both of which are on State Street. The magnificent Puget Sound and San Juan Islands beg to be explored. You can catch a ferry ride out of Bellingham that goes all the way to Ketchikan, Alaska. For a city experience that's part Pacific Northwest and part European, a day trip to Vancouver fits the bill. The weather is generally mild with little snow in the winter but a lot of rain, while summers are simply awesome.

Living in Sudden Valley
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This entire region is one of the most vibrant anywhere when it comes to outdoor recreation and the grandeur that is the Pacific Northwest. In town, there isn't much in the way of recreation as it's almost completely residential. That said, nearby Bellingham has great eateries like Cafe Rumba or Old World Deli, both of which are on State Street. The magnificent Puget Sound and San Juan Islands beg to be explored. You can catch a ferry ride out of Bellingham that goes all the way to Ketchikan, Alaska. For a city experience that's part Pacific Northwest and part European, a day trip to Vancouver fits the bill. The weather is generally mild with little snow in the winter but a lot of rain, while summers are simply awesome.

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City Guide

Sudden Valley
This valley might not have happened suddenly, but the town sure did. It was a place simply called "the Ranch" until it was developed as a master-planned private community in the 1970s. Fans of the television comedy Arrested Development will recognize the name -- Sudden Valley is what the Bluth Company called their flagship development project.
This valley might not have happened suddenly, but the town sure did. It was a place simply called "the Ranch" until it was developed as a master-planned private community in the 1970s. Fans of the television comedy Arrested Development will recognize the name -- Sudden Valley is what the Bluth Company called their flagship development project.

The former ranch set in the hills along the southwest shores of Washington's Lake Whatcom is now a fairly secluded private area that is overseen by a homeowner's association. With the lake to the northwest and forested hills to the south and west, there's not much really close by to disturb that seclusion. If you're looking for a town with a happening nightlife, this isn't it! Of course, the much bigger city of Bellingham borders Sudden Valley to the northwest and it's just a hop, skip, and jump across the border to Vancouver, British Columbia. A little bit more than a hop -- about 90 minutes -- to the south and you are in Seattle. Close to 7,000 people call this peaceful little burg home. Whether lakeside or in the hills, this is an idyllic place to settle.

Moving to Sudden Valley

It's not an incorporated town, but a census designated place that is its own entity. The homeowner's association has rules and regulations governing the entire community. For some, that serves as a guarantee of a lifestyle that is free from some hassles and the backbone of a thriving town. For others, it's more like a unneeded constraint. It's important to know what's best for you before deciding to settle in Sudden Valley. Once you have decided to move here, make a list of available properties and go through it methodically, looking for townhouses or apartments for rent. There are also usually several single family homes on the market. Be prepared to pony up your first and last month's rent, and a security deposit and a good credit report will more than likely be required. With some forethought and a smidge of proactive planning, you can land your perfect pad.

Moving to Sudden Valley
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It's not an incorporated town, but a census designated place that is its own entity. The homeowner's association has rules and regulations governing the entire community. For some, that serves as a guarantee of a lifestyle that is free from some hassles and the backbone of a thriving town. For others, it's more like a unneeded constraint. It's important to know what's best for you before deciding to settle in Sudden Valley. Once you have decided to move here, make a list of available properties and go through it methodically, looking for townhouses or apartments for rent. There are also usually several single family homes on the market. Be prepared to pony up your first and last month's rent, and a security deposit and a good credit report will more than likely be required. With some forethought and a smidge of proactive planning, you can land your perfect pad.

Sudden Valley Neighborhoods

It's more a single community than a collection of distinct neighborhoods, but there are parts of the town that have different features than others. Near Lake Whatcom are homes with backyards that border the water. Some even boast boat docks. Further inland, the streets start to weave up the slight hillsides, with green space and a golf course in the mix.

East and west of the main drag: For descriptive purposes, you could divide the town into two sections on either side of Lake Whatcom Boulevard. To the west are the homes with larger lots that are in heavily wooded areas. You aren't likely to find a studio for rent up here unless it's in a larger house. On the east side are the homes close to the water and those that are on the golf course. The much smaller Lake Louise is at the south end and the marina at Dutch Harbor is at the north.

Sudden Valley Neighborhoods
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It's more a single community than a collection of distinct neighborhoods, but there are parts of the town that have different features than others. Near Lake Whatcom are homes with backyards that border the water. Some even boast boat docks. Further inland, the streets start to weave up the slight hillsides, with green space and a golf course in the mix.

East and west of the main drag: For descriptive purposes, you could divide the town into two sections on either side of Lake Whatcom Boulevard. To the west are the homes with larger lots that are in heavily wooded areas. You aren't likely to find a studio for rent up here unless it's in a larger house. On the east side are the homes close to the water and those that are on the golf course. The much smaller Lake Louise is at the south end and the marina at Dutch Harbor is at the north.

Living in Sudden Valley

This entire region is one of the most vibrant anywhere when it comes to outdoor recreation and the grandeur that is the Pacific Northwest. In town, there isn't much in the way of recreation as it's almost completely residential. That said, nearby Bellingham has great eateries like Cafe Rumba or Old World Deli, both of which are on State Street. The magnificent Puget Sound and San Juan Islands beg to be explored. You can catch a ferry ride out of Bellingham that goes all the way to Ketchikan, Alaska. For a city experience that's part Pacific Northwest and part European, a day trip to Vancouver fits the bill. The weather is generally mild with little snow in the winter but a lot of rain, while summers are simply awesome.

Living in Sudden Valley
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This entire region is one of the most vibrant anywhere when it comes to outdoor recreation and the grandeur that is the Pacific Northwest. In town, there isn't much in the way of recreation as it's almost completely residential. That said, nearby Bellingham has great eateries like Cafe Rumba or Old World Deli, both of which are on State Street. The magnificent Puget Sound and San Juan Islands beg to be explored. You can catch a ferry ride out of Bellingham that goes all the way to Ketchikan, Alaska. For a city experience that's part Pacific Northwest and part European, a day trip to Vancouver fits the bill. The weather is generally mild with little snow in the winter but a lot of rain, while summers are simply awesome.