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The median rent in Hartford is $544 for a studio, $662 for a one-bedroom apartment, and $821 for a two-bedroom apartment. If you are looking for a deal, keep an eye out for a red pulsing icon that indicates rent specials.

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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Hartford?
In Hartford, the median rent is $544 for a studio, $662 for a 1-bedroom, $821 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,034 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Hartford, check out our monthly Hartford Rent Report.
How much is rent in Hartford?
In Hartford, the median rent is $544 for a studio, $662 for a 1-bedroom, $821 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,034 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Hartford, check out our monthly Hartford Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hartford?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hartford?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hartford 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 Hartford 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 much should I pay for rent in Hartford?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Hartford.
How much should I pay for rent in Hartford?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Hartford.
How can I find off-campus housing in Hartford?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hartford. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Hartford?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hartford. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.

Median Rent in Hartford

Last updated Aug. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Hartford is $662, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $821.
Studio
$544
1 Bed
$662
2 Beds
$821
3+ Beds
$1,034
City GuideHartford
From 1906-1930, about 35,000 Kissel automobiles were built here. Both aviator Amelia Earhart and actor Fatty Arbuckle owned versions of the most popular Kissel of all, the two-passenger 1919 Speedster, nicknamed the "Gold Bug."
From 1906-1930, about 35,000 Kissel automobiles were built here. Both aviator Amelia Earhart and actor Fatty Arbuckle owned versions of the most popular Kissel of all, the two-passenger 1919 Speedster, nicknamed the "Gold Bug."

Hartford, WI, is a community of 14,233 (2010 U.S. Census) located in southwestern Washington County, approximately 40 miles northwest of Milwaukee. Hartford is a growing community with a robust local economy.

Renting in Hartford

Rental housing is readily available in most portions of the city. Select from uppers and lowers in century-old frame homes near the center of town. Multi-unit complexes are found to the north, south and east. The assortment of apartments is quite good; one will usually find studio apartments for rent, for example. One, two and three-bedroom units are all available. Condominiums, side-by-side duplexes and townhouses for rent most typically include two or three bedrooms. Furnished apartments and month-to-month rentals can often be located in the city as well.

To be on the safe side, start your Hartford, WI, apartment search 4-6 weeks before your desired move-in date. If a move is necessary in the middle of winter, start your search even earlier. Fewer rental properties are typically listed in the dead of winter, and winter is a season that can last awhile here in the upper Midwest.

What's the Cost?

The cost of moving to the area should be modest for most. Moving to the area is facilitated by the 41 / 45 freeway that runs north-south, seven miles to the east of Hartford. U.S. Highway 60 is a four-lane roadway that links Hartford to the freeway.

What to Bring?

There's nothing too complicated about rental applications here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history and references. Modest application fees may be charged in some instances.

Renting in Hartford
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Rental housing is readily available in most portions of the city. Select from uppers and lowers in century-old frame homes near the center of town. Multi-unit complexes are found to the north, south and east. The assortment of apartments is quite good; one will usually find studio apartments for rent, for example. One, two and three-bedroom units are all available. Condominiums, side-by-side duplexes and townhouses for rent most typically include two or three bedrooms. Furnished apartments and month-to-month rentals can often be located in the city as well.

To be on the safe side, start your Hartford, WI, apartment search 4-6 weeks before your desired move-in date. If a move is necessary in the middle of winter, start your search even earlier. Fewer rental properties are typically listed in the dead of winter, and winter is a season that can last awhile here in the upper Midwest.

What's the Cost?

The cost of moving to the area should be modest for most. Moving to the area is facilitated by the 41 / 45 freeway that runs north-south, seven miles to the east of Hartford. U.S. Highway 60 is a four-lane roadway that links Hartford to the freeway.

What to Bring?

There's nothing too complicated about rental applications here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history and references. Modest application fees may be charged in some instances.

Living in Hartford

A State Park in the City

It is uncommon perhaps for cities the size of Hartford to have a state park within the city's limits, but Pike Lake State Park is just such a place. The park offers swimming, fishing and boating on the east side of Hartford. The 446-acre, spring-fed Pike Lake lies within a "kettle" left by glaciers retreating long ago.

Tee It Up in Style

Golfers that rent in Hartford have excellent options nearby. Washington County Golf Course, just north of Hartford, is a Golf Digest four-star rated, 18-hole championship layout. Only about six miles south of the city is Erin Hills Golf Course, site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur and the 2017 U.S. Open. These layouts are challenging enough that one can always blame the course in the event of a bogey-filled round.

Read Your Heart Out

Admit it, when you're looking for an apartment rental, does the quality of the library factor in to your deliberations? In Hartford, perhaps it should. The Jack Russell Memorial Library just opened in 2011, and it may be one of the more impressive libraries for a city of this size anywhere in the Midwest. Step out on the veranda, open up your laptop and enjoy free wi-fi as you watch anglers vying for trout and bluegills in the millpond 50 yards to the north.

That's One Big Restaurant

In the very heart of the downtown, at the intersection of state highways 60 and 83, is the Mine Shaft restaurant. Regardless of the name, we can offer assurance that it is indeed above ground. The proprietors of the Mine Shaft claim that they serve more diners here than at any other restaurant in the state. Children and adults alike can enjoy over one hundred games in a $2 million game room upstairs. A block to the north of the Mine Shaft is Scoop Deville. Walk through the front door here, and you'll step back in time to the 1950s. Virtually every detail of this classic ice cream parlor evokes feelings of an era when Elvis and James Dean dominated the airwaves. Sip on a chocolate coke or get a triple scoop in a waffle cone.

In Hartford, it's reasonably easy to find a 1 bedroom apartment, or a 2 bedroom apartment for rent within walking distance of these attractions.

Living in Hartford
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A State Park in the City

It is uncommon perhaps for cities the size of Hartford to have a state park within the city's limits, but Pike Lake State Park is just such a place. The park offers swimming, fishing and boating on the east side of Hartford. The 446-acre, spring-fed Pike Lake lies within a "kettle" left by glaciers retreating long ago.

Tee It Up in Style

Golfers that rent in Hartford have excellent options nearby. Washington County Golf Course, just north of Hartford, is a Golf Digest four-star rated, 18-hole championship layout. Only about six miles south of the city is Erin Hills Golf Course, site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur and the 2017 U.S. Open. These layouts are challenging enough that one can always blame the course in the event of a bogey-filled round.

Read Your Heart Out

Admit it, when you're looking for an apartment rental, does the quality of the library factor in to your deliberations? In Hartford, perhaps it should. The Jack Russell Memorial Library just opened in 2011, and it may be one of the more impressive libraries for a city of this size anywhere in the Midwest. Step out on the veranda, open up your laptop and enjoy free wi-fi as you watch anglers vying for trout and bluegills in the millpond 50 yards to the north.

That's One Big Restaurant

In the very heart of the downtown, at the intersection of state highways 60 and 83, is the Mine Shaft restaurant. Regardless of the name, we can offer assurance that it is indeed above ground. The proprietors of the Mine Shaft claim that they serve more diners here than at any other restaurant in the state. Children and adults alike can enjoy over one hundred games in a $2 million game room upstairs. A block to the north of the Mine Shaft is Scoop Deville. Walk through the front door here, and you'll step back in time to the 1950s. Virtually every detail of this classic ice cream parlor evokes feelings of an era when Elvis and James Dean dominated the airwaves. Sip on a chocolate coke or get a triple scoop in a waffle cone.

In Hartford, it's reasonably easy to find a 1 bedroom apartment, or a 2 bedroom apartment for rent within walking distance of these attractions.

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City GuideHartford
From 1906-1930, about 35,000 Kissel automobiles were built here. Both aviator Amelia Earhart and actor Fatty Arbuckle owned versions of the most popular Kissel of all, the two-passenger 1919 Speedster, nicknamed the "Gold Bug."
From 1906-1930, about 35,000 Kissel automobiles were built here. Both aviator Amelia Earhart and actor Fatty Arbuckle owned versions of the most popular Kissel of all, the two-passenger 1919 Speedster, nicknamed the "Gold Bug."

Hartford, WI, is a community of 14,233 (2010 U.S. Census) located in southwestern Washington County, approximately 40 miles northwest of Milwaukee. Hartford is a growing community with a robust local economy.

Renting in Hartford

Rental housing is readily available in most portions of the city. Select from uppers and lowers in century-old frame homes near the center of town. Multi-unit complexes are found to the north, south and east. The assortment of apartments is quite good; one will usually find studio apartments for rent, for example. One, two and three-bedroom units are all available. Condominiums, side-by-side duplexes and townhouses for rent most typically include two or three bedrooms. Furnished apartments and month-to-month rentals can often be located in the city as well.

To be on the safe side, start your Hartford, WI, apartment search 4-6 weeks before your desired move-in date. If a move is necessary in the middle of winter, start your search even earlier. Fewer rental properties are typically listed in the dead of winter, and winter is a season that can last awhile here in the upper Midwest.

What's the Cost?

The cost of moving to the area should be modest for most. Moving to the area is facilitated by the 41 / 45 freeway that runs north-south, seven miles to the east of Hartford. U.S. Highway 60 is a four-lane roadway that links Hartford to the freeway.

What to Bring?

There's nothing too complicated about rental applications here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history and references. Modest application fees may be charged in some instances.

Renting in Hartford
+

Rental housing is readily available in most portions of the city. Select from uppers and lowers in century-old frame homes near the center of town. Multi-unit complexes are found to the north, south and east. The assortment of apartments is quite good; one will usually find studio apartments for rent, for example. One, two and three-bedroom units are all available. Condominiums, side-by-side duplexes and townhouses for rent most typically include two or three bedrooms. Furnished apartments and month-to-month rentals can often be located in the city as well.

To be on the safe side, start your Hartford, WI, apartment search 4-6 weeks before your desired move-in date. If a move is necessary in the middle of winter, start your search even earlier. Fewer rental properties are typically listed in the dead of winter, and winter is a season that can last awhile here in the upper Midwest.

What's the Cost?

The cost of moving to the area should be modest for most. Moving to the area is facilitated by the 41 / 45 freeway that runs north-south, seven miles to the east of Hartford. U.S. Highway 60 is a four-lane roadway that links Hartford to the freeway.

What to Bring?

There's nothing too complicated about rental applications here. Bring along your credit report, proof of income, rental history and references. Modest application fees may be charged in some instances.

Living in Hartford

A State Park in the City

It is uncommon perhaps for cities the size of Hartford to have a state park within the city's limits, but Pike Lake State Park is just such a place. The park offers swimming, fishing and boating on the east side of Hartford. The 446-acre, spring-fed Pike Lake lies within a "kettle" left by glaciers retreating long ago.

Tee It Up in Style

Golfers that rent in Hartford have excellent options nearby. Washington County Golf Course, just north of Hartford, is a Golf Digest four-star rated, 18-hole championship layout. Only about six miles south of the city is Erin Hills Golf Course, site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur and the 2017 U.S. Open. These layouts are challenging enough that one can always blame the course in the event of a bogey-filled round.

Read Your Heart Out

Admit it, when you're looking for an apartment rental, does the quality of the library factor in to your deliberations? In Hartford, perhaps it should. The Jack Russell Memorial Library just opened in 2011, and it may be one of the more impressive libraries for a city of this size anywhere in the Midwest. Step out on the veranda, open up your laptop and enjoy free wi-fi as you watch anglers vying for trout and bluegills in the millpond 50 yards to the north.

That's One Big Restaurant

In the very heart of the downtown, at the intersection of state highways 60 and 83, is the Mine Shaft restaurant. Regardless of the name, we can offer assurance that it is indeed above ground. The proprietors of the Mine Shaft claim that they serve more diners here than at any other restaurant in the state. Children and adults alike can enjoy over one hundred games in a $2 million game room upstairs. A block to the north of the Mine Shaft is Scoop Deville. Walk through the front door here, and you'll step back in time to the 1950s. Virtually every detail of this classic ice cream parlor evokes feelings of an era when Elvis and James Dean dominated the airwaves. Sip on a chocolate coke or get a triple scoop in a waffle cone.

In Hartford, it's reasonably easy to find a 1 bedroom apartment, or a 2 bedroom apartment for rent within walking distance of these attractions.

Living in Hartford
+

A State Park in the City

It is uncommon perhaps for cities the size of Hartford to have a state park within the city's limits, but Pike Lake State Park is just such a place. The park offers swimming, fishing and boating on the east side of Hartford. The 446-acre, spring-fed Pike Lake lies within a "kettle" left by glaciers retreating long ago.

Tee It Up in Style

Golfers that rent in Hartford have excellent options nearby. Washington County Golf Course, just north of Hartford, is a Golf Digest four-star rated, 18-hole championship layout. Only about six miles south of the city is Erin Hills Golf Course, site of the 2011 U.S. Amateur and the 2017 U.S. Open. These layouts are challenging enough that one can always blame the course in the event of a bogey-filled round.

Read Your Heart Out

Admit it, when you're looking for an apartment rental, does the quality of the library factor in to your deliberations? In Hartford, perhaps it should. The Jack Russell Memorial Library just opened in 2011, and it may be one of the more impressive libraries for a city of this size anywhere in the Midwest. Step out on the veranda, open up your laptop and enjoy free wi-fi as you watch anglers vying for trout and bluegills in the millpond 50 yards to the north.

That's One Big Restaurant

In the very heart of the downtown, at the intersection of state highways 60 and 83, is the Mine Shaft restaurant. Regardless of the name, we can offer assurance that it is indeed above ground. The proprietors of the Mine Shaft claim that they serve more diners here than at any other restaurant in the state. Children and adults alike can enjoy over one hundred games in a $2 million game room upstairs. A block to the north of the Mine Shaft is Scoop Deville. Walk through the front door here, and you'll step back in time to the 1950s. Virtually every detail of this classic ice cream parlor evokes feelings of an era when Elvis and James Dean dominated the airwaves. Sip on a chocolate coke or get a triple scoop in a waffle cone.

In Hartford, it's reasonably easy to find a 1 bedroom apartment, or a 2 bedroom apartment for rent within walking distance of these attractions.