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3 Apartments for rent in Baraboo, WI

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400 7th Street - 6
400 7th Street
Baraboo, WI
Studio
$425
400 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 05:07 AM
Cozy studio, one bath located on the first floor of complex, close to downtown Baraboo. Tenant pays electric. Water, sewer, and heat included. On-street parking. On-site coin-operated laundry.
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1116 12th St. - 102
1116 12th Street
Baraboo, WI
1 Bedroom
$585
600 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 05:07 AM
One Bedroom One Bathroom on the East side of Baraboo. Off street parking with on site coin operated laundry. Tenant pays water, sewer, and electric. Pets allowed pending Landlord approval. For more information please visit remsmbe.com
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44 Heckendorn Dr
44 Heckendorn Drive
Lake Delton, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
900 sqft
Last updated November 23 at 08:05 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house in Wisconsin Dells. Amenities included: central heat, deck, hardwood floors, storage, laundry in building, yard, and waterfront lake delton . Utilities included: electricity, heat, gas and water.
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City Guide

Baraboo
"Nothing is too good for Baraboo." - Albrecht Ringling
"Nothing is too good for Baraboo." - Albrecht Ringling

Rated number four in an article written by the Smithsonian Magazine called "The Top 20 Small Towns to Visit in 2013", Baraboo, Wisconsin is an even better place to live now. Just ask any of the 12,048 residents who walk these city's streets, and they'll tell you there's plenty to do and see, and more than enough Baraboo places for rent to check out and eventually call home. Once the headquarters of the Ringling Brothers circus, Baraboo has a rich and colorful history full of animals, trapeze artists, and circus clowns. Today, you can't help but notice the collective conscious of America as you look around this exciting and unique Midwestern town. Now let's get you started on your journey to find an apartment and tour renal homes, sure to amaze you.

Moving to Baraboo

What to Expect

As you would expect, moving to such an awesome place costs a little money. The average rental rate is 5 percent higher than the rest of Wisconsin. But that's okay, it's a fair price to pay for all of the things Baraboo has to offer, and house rental rates always depend on the part of town and the size of your space, it's definitely possible to find cheaper, or more elaborate options.

When to Move

Timing your move can be tricky, if you move in the summer, you have to battle the extra population with all the tourists, but moving in the winter can cause problems too with snow and ice. The fall is probably best, especially since school will be in session at the University of Wisconsin, which is located in Baraboo.

Moving to Baraboo
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What to Expect

As you would expect, moving to such an awesome place costs a little money. The average rental rate is 5 percent higher than the rest of Wisconsin. But that's okay, it's a fair price to pay for all of the things Baraboo has to offer, and house rental rates always depend on the part of town and the size of your space, it's definitely possible to find cheaper, or more elaborate options.

When to Move

Timing your move can be tricky, if you move in the summer, you have to battle the extra population with all the tourists, but moving in the winter can cause problems too with snow and ice. The fall is probably best, especially since school will be in session at the University of Wisconsin, which is located in Baraboo.

Neighborhoods

Everywhere you go has something to do and see, but the northern part of town is more residential than other areas. Most of the amenities are in the center of the city with scattered businesses all over the east, west, and south. The Baraboo River meanders throughout the town, and the main highway is in the west. These listed neighborhoods are the two main neighborhoods in Baraboo.

Downtown: The Downtown area is where you can eat, shop and play. There's a Fair on the Square twice a year that attracts more than 8,000 people with live music, interactive entertainment, amazing food, and a farmer's market, not to mention all of the stuff they have for the kids.

West Baraboo: With a population of 1,414 residents, this area is booming. Located with 45 minutes from Madison, US Highway 12, and State Highway 33, this area is great to rent in if you have to commute outside the city.

Neighborhoods
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Everywhere you go has something to do and see, but the northern part of town is more residential than other areas. Most of the amenities are in the center of the city with scattered businesses all over the east, west, and south. The Baraboo River meanders throughout the town, and the main highway is in the west. These listed neighborhoods are the two main neighborhoods in Baraboo.

Downtown: The Downtown area is where you can eat, shop and play. There's a Fair on the Square twice a year that attracts more than 8,000 people with live music, interactive entertainment, amazing food, and a farmer's market, not to mention all of the stuff they have for the kids.

West Baraboo: With a population of 1,414 residents, this area is booming. Located with 45 minutes from Madison, US Highway 12, and State Highway 33, this area is great to rent in if you have to commute outside the city.

Life in Baraboo

With so much you can do, it's hard to find a place to start (that's what we're here for). You can shop the 17 stores Baraboo offers, or dine at one of the 20 restaurants. Have coffee in one of four cafes while you read a book from one of the five bookstores. Don't want to spend the day inside? That's okay too. Just take a stroll in your park of choice, there's 15 different ones to explore. You can also visit art galleries, movie theaters, or see a play performed from the renowned theatre department at the University. There are no public transit locations, but why would you want to go anywhere else? You can even get toned and healthy at one of the fitness centers in the middle of the city.

In addition, this little town is thriving with economy as more and more tourists come to visit. The average cost of living 4 percent lower than Wisconsin, and employment opportunities are available almost anywhere. The average commute for workers living in Baraboo is only 18 minutes, 21 percent lower than other areas in the same state.

We have fallen in love, America has fallen in love, and we know you'll fall in love with Baraboo, Wisconsin too. We can't wait to show you the exciting rental opportunities just waiting for your arrival.

Life in Baraboo
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With so much you can do, it's hard to find a place to start (that's what we're here for). You can shop the 17 stores Baraboo offers, or dine at one of the 20 restaurants. Have coffee in one of four cafes while you read a book from one of the five bookstores. Don't want to spend the day inside? That's okay too. Just take a stroll in your park of choice, there's 15 different ones to explore. You can also visit art galleries, movie theaters, or see a play performed from the renowned theatre department at the University. There are no public transit locations, but why would you want to go anywhere else? You can even get toned and healthy at one of the fitness centers in the middle of the city.

In addition, this little town is thriving with economy as more and more tourists come to visit. The average cost of living 4 percent lower than Wisconsin, and employment opportunities are available almost anywhere. The average commute for workers living in Baraboo is only 18 minutes, 21 percent lower than other areas in the same state.

We have fallen in love, America has fallen in love, and we know you'll fall in love with Baraboo, Wisconsin too. We can't wait to show you the exciting rental opportunities just waiting for your arrival.

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City Guide

Baraboo
"Nothing is too good for Baraboo." - Albrecht Ringling
"Nothing is too good for Baraboo." - Albrecht Ringling

Rated number four in an article written by the Smithsonian Magazine called "The Top 20 Small Towns to Visit in 2013", Baraboo, Wisconsin is an even better place to live now. Just ask any of the 12,048 residents who walk these city's streets, and they'll tell you there's plenty to do and see, and more than enough Baraboo places for rent to check out and eventually call home. Once the headquarters of the Ringling Brothers circus, Baraboo has a rich and colorful history full of animals, trapeze artists, and circus clowns. Today, you can't help but notice the collective conscious of America as you look around this exciting and unique Midwestern town. Now let's get you started on your journey to find an apartment and tour renal homes, sure to amaze you.

Moving to Baraboo

What to Expect

As you would expect, moving to such an awesome place costs a little money. The average rental rate is 5 percent higher than the rest of Wisconsin. But that's okay, it's a fair price to pay for all of the things Baraboo has to offer, and house rental rates always depend on the part of town and the size of your space, it's definitely possible to find cheaper, or more elaborate options.

When to Move

Timing your move can be tricky, if you move in the summer, you have to battle the extra population with all the tourists, but moving in the winter can cause problems too with snow and ice. The fall is probably best, especially since school will be in session at the University of Wisconsin, which is located in Baraboo.

Moving to Baraboo
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What to Expect

As you would expect, moving to such an awesome place costs a little money. The average rental rate is 5 percent higher than the rest of Wisconsin. But that's okay, it's a fair price to pay for all of the things Baraboo has to offer, and house rental rates always depend on the part of town and the size of your space, it's definitely possible to find cheaper, or more elaborate options.

When to Move

Timing your move can be tricky, if you move in the summer, you have to battle the extra population with all the tourists, but moving in the winter can cause problems too with snow and ice. The fall is probably best, especially since school will be in session at the University of Wisconsin, which is located in Baraboo.

Neighborhoods

Everywhere you go has something to do and see, but the northern part of town is more residential than other areas. Most of the amenities are in the center of the city with scattered businesses all over the east, west, and south. The Baraboo River meanders throughout the town, and the main highway is in the west. These listed neighborhoods are the two main neighborhoods in Baraboo.

Downtown: The Downtown area is where you can eat, shop and play. There's a Fair on the Square twice a year that attracts more than 8,000 people with live music, interactive entertainment, amazing food, and a farmer's market, not to mention all of the stuff they have for the kids.

West Baraboo: With a population of 1,414 residents, this area is booming. Located with 45 minutes from Madison, US Highway 12, and State Highway 33, this area is great to rent in if you have to commute outside the city.

Neighborhoods
+

Everywhere you go has something to do and see, but the northern part of town is more residential than other areas. Most of the amenities are in the center of the city with scattered businesses all over the east, west, and south. The Baraboo River meanders throughout the town, and the main highway is in the west. These listed neighborhoods are the two main neighborhoods in Baraboo.

Downtown: The Downtown area is where you can eat, shop and play. There's a Fair on the Square twice a year that attracts more than 8,000 people with live music, interactive entertainment, amazing food, and a farmer's market, not to mention all of the stuff they have for the kids.

West Baraboo: With a population of 1,414 residents, this area is booming. Located with 45 minutes from Madison, US Highway 12, and State Highway 33, this area is great to rent in if you have to commute outside the city.

Life in Baraboo

With so much you can do, it's hard to find a place to start (that's what we're here for). You can shop the 17 stores Baraboo offers, or dine at one of the 20 restaurants. Have coffee in one of four cafes while you read a book from one of the five bookstores. Don't want to spend the day inside? That's okay too. Just take a stroll in your park of choice, there's 15 different ones to explore. You can also visit art galleries, movie theaters, or see a play performed from the renowned theatre department at the University. There are no public transit locations, but why would you want to go anywhere else? You can even get toned and healthy at one of the fitness centers in the middle of the city.

In addition, this little town is thriving with economy as more and more tourists come to visit. The average cost of living 4 percent lower than Wisconsin, and employment opportunities are available almost anywhere. The average commute for workers living in Baraboo is only 18 minutes, 21 percent lower than other areas in the same state.

We have fallen in love, America has fallen in love, and we know you'll fall in love with Baraboo, Wisconsin too. We can't wait to show you the exciting rental opportunities just waiting for your arrival.

Life in Baraboo
+

With so much you can do, it's hard to find a place to start (that's what we're here for). You can shop the 17 stores Baraboo offers, or dine at one of the 20 restaurants. Have coffee in one of four cafes while you read a book from one of the five bookstores. Don't want to spend the day inside? That's okay too. Just take a stroll in your park of choice, there's 15 different ones to explore. You can also visit art galleries, movie theaters, or see a play performed from the renowned theatre department at the University. There are no public transit locations, but why would you want to go anywhere else? You can even get toned and healthy at one of the fitness centers in the middle of the city.

In addition, this little town is thriving with economy as more and more tourists come to visit. The average cost of living 4 percent lower than Wisconsin, and employment opportunities are available almost anywhere. The average commute for workers living in Baraboo is only 18 minutes, 21 percent lower than other areas in the same state.

We have fallen in love, America has fallen in love, and we know you'll fall in love with Baraboo, Wisconsin too. We can't wait to show you the exciting rental opportunities just waiting for your arrival.