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9 apartments for rent near Walla Walla, WA

938 S 3rd
Walla Walla
2 Bed
$850
534 Juniper
Walla Walla
2 Bed
$850
353 S 4th
Walla Walla
3 Bed
$995
217 Howard Street
Walla Walla
3 Bed
$1,295
2020 Sunbar St
Walla Walla
3 Bed
$1,090
180 Blalock Drive
Blalock Orchards
4 Bed
$1,395
Results within 1 miles of Walla Walla, WA
1077 Crestlane Drive
College Place
3 Bed
$2,000
236 NE Flowers Lane
College Place
3 Bed
$1,295
925 S College Ave - E
College Place
2 Bed
$610
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City Guide
Walla Walla

A quaint, historic small town that’s transformed in recent decades from a sparsely populated agri-community into a scenic, wine lover’s paradise, Walla Walla plays host to some of the most attractive rentals you’ll find in Washington. Are you looking for cheap apartments for rent in Walla Walla? Several apartment complexes (including those surrounding the historic Main Street district) have vacancies in the sub-$500 range, while even the most luxurious rentals in Walla Walla rarely cost more than a grand. Amenities, nevertheless, tend to be top-notch, and even the more modestly priced apartments, townhouses, and rental homes come equipped with super sweet amenities (ultramodern kitchens and bathrooms, in-unit washers and dryers, spacious patios and balconies, clubhouses, swimming pools, and some dynamite views of wine country). Just don’t procrastinate too long before embarking on your apartment hunting escapades; many rentals in the city, especially those that offer short term lease deals during the spring and summertime, aren’t on the market for long before someone swoops them up.

Pet friendly apartments in Walla Walla aren’t exactly a dime a dozen, but some landlords do allow furry four-legged roomies, including small dogs. Be prepared, though, to spend an extra chunk of change ($25 at least in most cases) on your monthly rent if you’re bringing a pet along. Also, keep in mind that many property managers in the city run credit/background checks on prospective tenants, so you may need a reputable cosigner to help seal the deal for your Walla Walla dream pad.

No matter how much you fall in love with your new Walla Walla apartment, at some point you’ll probably want to hit the streets and see what else your new stomping grounds have to offer (and you won’t be disappointed!). Walla Walla plays host to more than 100 wineries and vineyards, a bustling, shopper-friendly downtown district, and a plethora of after-hours nightlife venues to keep night owls entertained. Sound like the kind of place you’d like to call home? Of course it does! So start clicking away for a primo apartment in Walla Walla, and happy hunting!