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131 Apartments for rent in Grafton, WI

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1505 Apartments
1505 Wisconsin Ave
Grafton, WI
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1 Bedroom
$1,195
757 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1153 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:17 AM
N THE HEART OF GRAFTON 1505 offers a perfect combination of sophistication, tranquility and convenience in an unparalleled location.
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High Bluff Townhomes
1606 High Bluff Rd
Grafton, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,350
1058 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,490
1295 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1642 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:00 AM
Beautiful townhomes featuring gorgeous country views, and plenty of green space to enjoy. All private entry with 1-CAR ATTACHED GARAGE.
1 Unit Available
1033 12Th Ave
1033 12th Avenue
Grafton, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,525
1280 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 03:23 AM
**MOVE IN SPECIAL: LEASE BY MONTH END AND GET YOUR NEXT MONTH RENT FREE!** Step into this gorgeous and beautifully designed open floor plan with a big living space that can be designed in any way you want.
1 Unit Available
1312 Wisconsin Avenue
1312 Wisconsin Ave
Grafton, WI
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1 Bedroom
$1,050
669 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 2 at 08:07 AM
The entry level features high ceilings and a fun galley kitchen with under cabinet lighting and microwave on shelf, enclosed bedroom with two double door closets and custom wide slat window blinds, living room with high ceiling, natural light from
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18 Units Available
Mequon Trail Townhomes
7014 Tamarack Ct
Mequon, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,540
1166 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,255
1564 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:40 AM
Modern community near Wilson Elementary and Steffen Middle Schools. Several floor plans available, some furnished. On-site volleyball, tennis and basketball court, pool, playground and business center. Pet-friendly. Bike storage available.
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4 Units Available
NorthPointe Apartments
9418 N Green Bay Rd
Brown Deer, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,095
861 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1173 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:40 AM
Lush grounds overlooking the Milwaukee River. Resort-style indoor swimming pool, tennis court, two fitness centers, and bike racks for active residents. Units with fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and abundant storage.
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12 Units Available
Harbor Pointe Apartments
9200 N 75th St
Milwaukee, WI | Northridge Lakes
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1 Bedroom
$795
699 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$950
1024 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:39 AM
Spacious community near Brown Deer and Bayshore shopping areas. 24-hour emergency service available. Two fitness centers, heated indoor pool and lush grounds. Stylish, modern interiors.
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4 Units Available
River Place Apartments
4201 W Hawthorne Trace Rd
Milwaukee, WI
1 Bedroom
$935
662 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,015
1002 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1339 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:39 AM
Close to shopping, including TJ Maxx and Pick'N Save. Amenities include 24-hour emergency maintenance, on-site management, and beautiful landscaping. Apartments have eat-in kitchens, ceiling fan, and air conditioning.
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10 Units Available
Glenbrook Apartment Homes
9220 N 75th St
Milwaukee, WI | Northridge Lakes
1 Bedroom
$760
672 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1359 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:18 AM
Pet-friendly townhouse and apartment community located close to I-43 and US-45 for easy commuting. Units feature spacious kitchens, large closets and private garages. Community has underground parking and laundry facilities.
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32 Units Available
The Bevy
8600 North Deerwood Drive
Brown Deer, WI
Studio
$1,095
567 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,195
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1261 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:39 AM
The Bevy is located in a historic section of Brown Deer, the original Village. It benefits equally from the ease of a central location and the village appeal of a pedestrian friendly neighborhood.
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4 Units Available
The Chiswick at Dunwood
7700 North Port Washington Rd
Fox Point, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,495
892 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,985
1377 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 12:21 AM
Online tour options, or come see us in person! The Chiswick features 103 gracious luxury apartments with all of the comforts of home on your wish list; interior finishes include built-in bookcases, pantries, and buffets.
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9 Units Available
Park Plaza Apartments
8901 N Park Plaza Ct
Brown Deer, WI
1 Bedroom
$850
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 12:19 AM
Although just a minute away from the shopping, restaurants and countless conveniences of Brown Deer Road, you will find Park Plaza Apartments carefully tucked away on a peaceful suburban street.
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White Oaks Premier Apartments
9000 N White Oak Ln
Bayside, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,150
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
Last updated December 1 at 02:22 AM
White Oaks Apartments is a beautiful property conveniently located in Bayside, Wisconsin. It is about 15 fifteen minutes from downtown Milwaukee and just 10 minutes from Bayshore Mall.
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Porticos
500 West Bradley Road
Fox Point, WI
Studio
$1,050
1 Bedroom
$1,150
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
Last updated December 1 at 02:24 AM
The Porticos is a gorgeous, quiet and secluded community nestled away in Fox Point, Wisconsin. It is conveniently situated between Good Hope Road and Brown Deer Road for easy access to an array of shops, restaurants and grocery stores.
1 Unit Available
5675 W Brown Deer Rd 113
5675 West Brown Deer Road
Brown Deer, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1050 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
Royal Gardens Condo - Property Id: 423602 Very nice 2bedroom 1 1/2 bath spacious corner unit Brown Deer condo is available for immediate occupancy! Freshly painted & plush new carpet and laminate flooring, large master bedroom with ample closet
1 Unit Available
2333 W Cumberland Ct
2333 Cumberland Court
Mequon, WI
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
Mequon Whitman Place Condo - Property Id: 392931 This a beautiful, 3 bedroom 3 bath Condo in Mequon.
1 Unit Available
6172 West Port Avenue
6172 West Port Avenue
Milwaukee, WI | Bradley Estates
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1056 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 08:07 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo in Milwaukee. Amenities included: central air, dishwasher, stainless steel appliance, and washer dryer. Utilities included: air conditioning and water. Is not pet-friendly. Date Available: Dec 1st, 2020.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Grafton 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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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Grafton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Wisconsin Lutheran College, Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Area Technical College, and Milwaukee School of Engineering.
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City Guide

Grafton
Did you know that the first Costco ever in the state of Wisconsin was opened in Grafton?
Did you know that the first Costco ever in the state of Wisconsin was opened in Grafton?

Grafton is a community in central Ozaukee County, directly to the north of Milwaukee on Interstate 43. The eastern terminus of Highway 60 is found at the intersection with the interstate here. Just to the east of Grafton is Lake Michigan, popular for its sailing and charter salmon fishing. Grafton's population in the 2010 US Census was established at 11,459 individuals, an increase of 5.02 percent since the previous census in 2000. Although numerous residents both live and work in the area, many others commute to jobs in Milwaukee County.

Renting in Grafton

When looking for an apartment rental in Grafton, one will find some studio apartments and some one- bedroom apartment homes, but two- and three- bedroom apartments are a bit more common. Some Grafton apartments are offered with heat included. An occasional house rental is also offered.

Moving Costs

Given the fact that Grafton is in the Midwest, and that it is located outside of an urban area, moving costs are typically quite modest here. Interstate 43 and the network of freeways around the greater Milwaukee area makes traveling here quite simple.

What to Bring?

Rental applications are typically pretty straightforward here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history, and references. A modest application fee may be charged in some cases.

Renting in Grafton
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When looking for an apartment rental in Grafton, one will find some studio apartments and some one- bedroom apartment homes, but two- and three- bedroom apartments are a bit more common. Some Grafton apartments are offered with heat included. An occasional house rental is also offered.

Moving Costs

Given the fact that Grafton is in the Midwest, and that it is located outside of an urban area, moving costs are typically quite modest here. Interstate 43 and the network of freeways around the greater Milwaukee area makes traveling here quite simple.

What to Bring?

Rental applications are typically pretty straightforward here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history, and references. A modest application fee may be charged in some cases.

Neighborhoods Schneighborhoods

Grafton is a small enough city that there are no distinct separate neighborhoods to speak of. But who says this is a bad thing? Less to be confused about when getting lost, and now you can really get to know your neighbors!

Neighborhoods Schneighborhoods
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Grafton is a small enough city that there are no distinct separate neighborhoods to speak of. But who says this is a bad thing? Less to be confused about when getting lost, and now you can really get to know your neighbors!

Life in Grafton

The area near the point where Highway 60 meets the interstate has become home to numerous big-name stores that make life a little more convenient, like Target, Kohl's, and Shopko.

The Milwaukee River runs from the north to the south through Grafton. Anglers pursue bluegills, bass, and even a few northerns in the river. Canoeing and kayaking are popular pastimes as well.

Four Seasons

The many tree-lined streets are most inviting to residents and visitors alike. In the spring, bright yellow forsythia and flowering crab trees bid winter adieu. In the fall, golden maples and crimson oaks thoroughly color the community. Cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails beckon residents out into the cold, crisp, winter air.

Festivals Galore

Festivals and other events fill Grafton's calendar. There's the "Holidaze" 4th of July Celebration, Grillin' in Grafton, and PumpkinFest. The Grafton Christmas Parade is more widely acclaimed than most. Santa seems to make a point of attending every single year.

A Ghost Town Restaurant?

Juice's Ghost Town Restaurant may have an unusual name, but it's a popular destination nearby for prime rib. "Juice" is the nickname of the owner. The restaurant has tamed down since Prohibition, when moonshine and gambling filled many a night for adventurous patrons. The restaurant is one of only a few structures remaining in the former waterfront boom town of Ulao. Fittingly, the Grafton Antique Mall occupies one of them.

Ulao's 1,000-foot pier once allowed off-loading of timber onto wood-burning steamers. Each one needed about 10-acres worth to make it to Buffalo and other points east. When coal supplanted wood as the fuel of choice, Ulao's demise was imminent.

Championship Golf

True championship golf is only a few minutes away at Fire Ridge Golf Club, a public course with private country club amenities. Fire Ridge was nominated by Golf Digest as a "Best New Public Course" in 1995. You can play as long as 7,084 yards across rolling, wooded terrain.

Life in Grafton
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The area near the point where Highway 60 meets the interstate has become home to numerous big-name stores that make life a little more convenient, like Target, Kohl's, and Shopko.

The Milwaukee River runs from the north to the south through Grafton. Anglers pursue bluegills, bass, and even a few northerns in the river. Canoeing and kayaking are popular pastimes as well.

Four Seasons

The many tree-lined streets are most inviting to residents and visitors alike. In the spring, bright yellow forsythia and flowering crab trees bid winter adieu. In the fall, golden maples and crimson oaks thoroughly color the community. Cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails beckon residents out into the cold, crisp, winter air.

Festivals Galore

Festivals and other events fill Grafton's calendar. There's the "Holidaze" 4th of July Celebration, Grillin' in Grafton, and PumpkinFest. The Grafton Christmas Parade is more widely acclaimed than most. Santa seems to make a point of attending every single year.

A Ghost Town Restaurant?

Juice's Ghost Town Restaurant may have an unusual name, but it's a popular destination nearby for prime rib. "Juice" is the nickname of the owner. The restaurant has tamed down since Prohibition, when moonshine and gambling filled many a night for adventurous patrons. The restaurant is one of only a few structures remaining in the former waterfront boom town of Ulao. Fittingly, the Grafton Antique Mall occupies one of them.

Ulao's 1,000-foot pier once allowed off-loading of timber onto wood-burning steamers. Each one needed about 10-acres worth to make it to Buffalo and other points east. When coal supplanted wood as the fuel of choice, Ulao's demise was imminent.

Championship Golf

True championship golf is only a few minutes away at Fire Ridge Golf Club, a public course with private country club amenities. Fire Ridge was nominated by Golf Digest as a "Best New Public Course" in 1995. You can play as long as 7,084 yards across rolling, wooded terrain.

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City Guide

Grafton
Did you know that the first Costco ever in the state of Wisconsin was opened in Grafton?
Did you know that the first Costco ever in the state of Wisconsin was opened in Grafton?

Grafton is a community in central Ozaukee County, directly to the north of Milwaukee on Interstate 43. The eastern terminus of Highway 60 is found at the intersection with the interstate here. Just to the east of Grafton is Lake Michigan, popular for its sailing and charter salmon fishing. Grafton's population in the 2010 US Census was established at 11,459 individuals, an increase of 5.02 percent since the previous census in 2000. Although numerous residents both live and work in the area, many others commute to jobs in Milwaukee County.

Renting in Grafton

When looking for an apartment rental in Grafton, one will find some studio apartments and some one- bedroom apartment homes, but two- and three- bedroom apartments are a bit more common. Some Grafton apartments are offered with heat included. An occasional house rental is also offered.

Moving Costs

Given the fact that Grafton is in the Midwest, and that it is located outside of an urban area, moving costs are typically quite modest here. Interstate 43 and the network of freeways around the greater Milwaukee area makes traveling here quite simple.

What to Bring?

Rental applications are typically pretty straightforward here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history, and references. A modest application fee may be charged in some cases.

Renting in Grafton
+

When looking for an apartment rental in Grafton, one will find some studio apartments and some one- bedroom apartment homes, but two- and three- bedroom apartments are a bit more common. Some Grafton apartments are offered with heat included. An occasional house rental is also offered.

Moving Costs

Given the fact that Grafton is in the Midwest, and that it is located outside of an urban area, moving costs are typically quite modest here. Interstate 43 and the network of freeways around the greater Milwaukee area makes traveling here quite simple.

What to Bring?

Rental applications are typically pretty straightforward here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history, and references. A modest application fee may be charged in some cases.

Neighborhoods Schneighborhoods

Grafton is a small enough city that there are no distinct separate neighborhoods to speak of. But who says this is a bad thing? Less to be confused about when getting lost, and now you can really get to know your neighbors!

Neighborhoods Schneighborhoods
+

Grafton is a small enough city that there are no distinct separate neighborhoods to speak of. But who says this is a bad thing? Less to be confused about when getting lost, and now you can really get to know your neighbors!

Life in Grafton

The area near the point where Highway 60 meets the interstate has become home to numerous big-name stores that make life a little more convenient, like Target, Kohl's, and Shopko.

The Milwaukee River runs from the north to the south through Grafton. Anglers pursue bluegills, bass, and even a few northerns in the river. Canoeing and kayaking are popular pastimes as well.

Four Seasons

The many tree-lined streets are most inviting to residents and visitors alike. In the spring, bright yellow forsythia and flowering crab trees bid winter adieu. In the fall, golden maples and crimson oaks thoroughly color the community. Cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails beckon residents out into the cold, crisp, winter air.

Festivals Galore

Festivals and other events fill Grafton's calendar. There's the "Holidaze" 4th of July Celebration, Grillin' in Grafton, and PumpkinFest. The Grafton Christmas Parade is more widely acclaimed than most. Santa seems to make a point of attending every single year.

A Ghost Town Restaurant?

Juice's Ghost Town Restaurant may have an unusual name, but it's a popular destination nearby for prime rib. "Juice" is the nickname of the owner. The restaurant has tamed down since Prohibition, when moonshine and gambling filled many a night for adventurous patrons. The restaurant is one of only a few structures remaining in the former waterfront boom town of Ulao. Fittingly, the Grafton Antique Mall occupies one of them.

Ulao's 1,000-foot pier once allowed off-loading of timber onto wood-burning steamers. Each one needed about 10-acres worth to make it to Buffalo and other points east. When coal supplanted wood as the fuel of choice, Ulao's demise was imminent.

Championship Golf

True championship golf is only a few minutes away at Fire Ridge Golf Club, a public course with private country club amenities. Fire Ridge was nominated by Golf Digest as a "Best New Public Course" in 1995. You can play as long as 7,084 yards across rolling, wooded terrain.

Life in Grafton
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The area near the point where Highway 60 meets the interstate has become home to numerous big-name stores that make life a little more convenient, like Target, Kohl's, and Shopko.

The Milwaukee River runs from the north to the south through Grafton. Anglers pursue bluegills, bass, and even a few northerns in the river. Canoeing and kayaking are popular pastimes as well.

Four Seasons

The many tree-lined streets are most inviting to residents and visitors alike. In the spring, bright yellow forsythia and flowering crab trees bid winter adieu. In the fall, golden maples and crimson oaks thoroughly color the community. Cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails beckon residents out into the cold, crisp, winter air.

Festivals Galore

Festivals and other events fill Grafton's calendar. There's the "Holidaze" 4th of July Celebration, Grillin' in Grafton, and PumpkinFest. The Grafton Christmas Parade is more widely acclaimed than most. Santa seems to make a point of attending every single year.

A Ghost Town Restaurant?

Juice's Ghost Town Restaurant may have an unusual name, but it's a popular destination nearby for prime rib. "Juice" is the nickname of the owner. The restaurant has tamed down since Prohibition, when moonshine and gambling filled many a night for adventurous patrons. The restaurant is one of only a few structures remaining in the former waterfront boom town of Ulao. Fittingly, the Grafton Antique Mall occupies one of them.

Ulao's 1,000-foot pier once allowed off-loading of timber onto wood-burning steamers. Each one needed about 10-acres worth to make it to Buffalo and other points east. When coal supplanted wood as the fuel of choice, Ulao's demise was imminent.

Championship Golf

True championship golf is only a few minutes away at Fire Ridge Golf Club, a public course with private country club amenities. Fire Ridge was nominated by Golf Digest as a "Best New Public Course" in 1995. You can play as long as 7,084 yards across rolling, wooded terrain.