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7 Apartments for rent in Lake Geneva, WI

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Ridges of Geneva East
400 S Edwards Blvd
Lake Geneva, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1080 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 01:39 AM
The Ridges is a community focused on comfort, quality & convenience. *Beautiful Heated Pool *Fitness Facility *Private Garages *Great Location *Clubhouse *On-Site Management *Wooded Surroundings *A Sense of Community
1 Unit Available
1325 Park Row St
1325 Park Row
Lake Geneva, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1200 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:01 AM
Spacious 2nd floor unit in Lake Geneva. 2 BR, 1 BA unit offers: in unit laundry, deck, living room and dining room. Owners are not inclined towards pets.
1 Unit Available
1329 Dodge St
1329 Dodge Street
Lake Geneva, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1588 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:01 AM
Location, Location! Home is only 3 blocks from the Lake and Downtown area. This three bedroom, 2 bath home has hardwood floors throughout and stainless steel appliances. Home is available from October 1st thru May 30th. No Dogs.
1 Unit Available
135 W Main St
135 W Main St
Lake Geneva, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,000
325 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 07:05 AM
Weekly Rentals Available! - Lake Geneva Standard Hotel Room 1 or 2 Beds / 1 Bath 2 Blocks From Downtown and Lake $250/Week Utilities Included Indoor Pool Call : 262-248-9630
Results within 10 miles of Lake Geneva
1 Unit Available
501 Mesita Rd
501 Mesita Road
Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, WI
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1500 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:01 AM
Hard to find Fontana rental! Single family ranch home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage, and full basement. Owner will consider a dog depending on size - there will be an additional non-refundable deposit if accepted.
1 Unit Available
146 Saint Andrews Trl
146 Saint Andrews Trail
Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, WI
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
2501 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:01 AM
Enjoy living in Abbey Springs with this unique long term rental opportunity. $3,000 per month for this furnished, 3 bedroom home in Abbey Springs.
1 Unit Available
221 N. Washington Street
221 North Washington Street
Elkhorn, WI
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
789 sqft
Last updated February 23 at 10:20 AM
221 N Washington St, Elkhorn, WI 53121 2 beds 1 bath 789 sqft - This 2-bedroom, 1-bath home sits on a .12-acre lot and has 763 sq. ft. on the main level. Wood floors and picture window in the living room. Kitchen has abundant cabinet space.
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How much is rent in Lake Geneva?
Apartment Rentals in Lake Geneva start at $1,000/month.
How much is rent in Lake Geneva?
Apartment Rentals in Lake Geneva start at $1,000/month.
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While some Lake Geneva 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 Lake Geneva 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 Lake Geneva. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lake Geneva. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Carroll University, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Alverno College, Marquette University, and Gateway Technical College.

City Guide

Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva was so popular with the affluent citizens who would purchase mansions on the lake, most at Black Point, in the 1920s that it became known as the "Newport of the West." In fact, Hugh Hefner's first mansion was in the city. Even gangsters would make hideouts in the area during the early 1900s.
Lake Geneva was so popular with the affluent citizens who would purchase mansions on the lake, most at Black Point, in the 1920s that it became known as the "Newport of the West." In fact, Hugh Hefner's first mansion was in the city. Even gangsters would make hideouts in the area during the early 1900s.

Lake Geneva is one of the most notable small towns in Wisconsin, and it is small -- under 8,000 residents -- but that hasn't stopped it from making a big impression. The very first residents of Lake Geneva were Native Americans who called it Muck-suck. However, early settler John Brink was reminded of Geneva, New York when he first stepped foot in the area, and the name "Geneva" stuck. Because there was already a Geneva in nearby Illinois, the town would be renamed yet again to Lake Geneva, and the lake became Geneva Lake. Chicago's wealthy would vacation in Lake Geneva, building lavish homes, many of which are currently available as furnished apartments to rent.

Moving to Lake Geneva

You have plenty of options when looking for a vacation spot, summer home for rent or a permanent residence in this small Wisconsin town. When you're comparing cost and luxury, rental property directly on the lake are going to come with a higher price tag. Because of the varied taste of affluent settlers, the homes on the lake are all different styles. One building in particular boasts 14,000 square feet of Adirondack-inspired design while you can also drive past a picturesque Italianate mansion. Even if you're not renting the larger-than-life homes, there's plenty to take in when it comes to taking in the historic sites. In fact, Lake Geneva was even the home of the first drive-through hotel, Lake Geneva Hotel, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911.

Moving to Lake Geneva
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You have plenty of options when looking for a vacation spot, summer home for rent or a permanent residence in this small Wisconsin town. When you're comparing cost and luxury, rental property directly on the lake are going to come with a higher price tag. Because of the varied taste of affluent settlers, the homes on the lake are all different styles. One building in particular boasts 14,000 square feet of Adirondack-inspired design while you can also drive past a picturesque Italianate mansion. Even if you're not renting the larger-than-life homes, there's plenty to take in when it comes to taking in the historic sites. In fact, Lake Geneva was even the home of the first drive-through hotel, Lake Geneva Hotel, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911.

Neighborhoods

The architectural experimentation of the time has truly led to a community like none other.

City Center: A more recent development, South Shore Club, brings contemporary luxury to Lake Geneva. Check this part of town out if you really wanna live it up!

Como: However, if you're more of a rustic fan, Woodstone Prairie, in the Como neighborhood, is surrounded by nature and prairie grass.

Neighborhoods
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The architectural experimentation of the time has truly led to a community like none other.

City Center: A more recent development, South Shore Club, brings contemporary luxury to Lake Geneva. Check this part of town out if you really wanna live it up!

Como: However, if you're more of a rustic fan, Woodstone Prairie, in the Como neighborhood, is surrounded by nature and prairie grass.

Living in Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is far enough south that you're not going to be hit with Wisconsin's arctic blast every year; although, you can surely expect to see snow. The small town is also close enough to cities such as Milwaukee and Chicago -- just 70 miles away -- that you've never far away from theater, music, or upscale restaurants. Of course, this was part of the appeal of the area for Lake Geneva's first wealthy residents. A car is a must if you want to make a day trip to either of those locations or Lake Michigan, which is short drive to the east, and you won't find much in the way of public transportation here. Of course, you can stay right in town and enjoy fishing, boating, and other activities on the lake. The town hosts several annual festivals and events, including the Lake Geneva Wine Festival, a boat show every spring and Oktoberfest, the yearly celebration of German heritage that is so strong in Wisconsin.

Living in Lake Geneva
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Lake Geneva is far enough south that you're not going to be hit with Wisconsin's arctic blast every year; although, you can surely expect to see snow. The small town is also close enough to cities such as Milwaukee and Chicago -- just 70 miles away -- that you've never far away from theater, music, or upscale restaurants. Of course, this was part of the appeal of the area for Lake Geneva's first wealthy residents. A car is a must if you want to make a day trip to either of those locations or Lake Michigan, which is short drive to the east, and you won't find much in the way of public transportation here. Of course, you can stay right in town and enjoy fishing, boating, and other activities on the lake. The town hosts several annual festivals and events, including the Lake Geneva Wine Festival, a boat show every spring and Oktoberfest, the yearly celebration of German heritage that is so strong in Wisconsin.

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City Guide

Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva was so popular with the affluent citizens who would purchase mansions on the lake, most at Black Point, in the 1920s that it became known as the "Newport of the West." In fact, Hugh Hefner's first mansion was in the city. Even gangsters would make hideouts in the area during the early 1900s.
Lake Geneva was so popular with the affluent citizens who would purchase mansions on the lake, most at Black Point, in the 1920s that it became known as the "Newport of the West." In fact, Hugh Hefner's first mansion was in the city. Even gangsters would make hideouts in the area during the early 1900s.

Lake Geneva is one of the most notable small towns in Wisconsin, and it is small -- under 8,000 residents -- but that hasn't stopped it from making a big impression. The very first residents of Lake Geneva were Native Americans who called it Muck-suck. However, early settler John Brink was reminded of Geneva, New York when he first stepped foot in the area, and the name "Geneva" stuck. Because there was already a Geneva in nearby Illinois, the town would be renamed yet again to Lake Geneva, and the lake became Geneva Lake. Chicago's wealthy would vacation in Lake Geneva, building lavish homes, many of which are currently available as furnished apartments to rent.

Moving to Lake Geneva

You have plenty of options when looking for a vacation spot, summer home for rent or a permanent residence in this small Wisconsin town. When you're comparing cost and luxury, rental property directly on the lake are going to come with a higher price tag. Because of the varied taste of affluent settlers, the homes on the lake are all different styles. One building in particular boasts 14,000 square feet of Adirondack-inspired design while you can also drive past a picturesque Italianate mansion. Even if you're not renting the larger-than-life homes, there's plenty to take in when it comes to taking in the historic sites. In fact, Lake Geneva was even the home of the first drive-through hotel, Lake Geneva Hotel, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911.

Moving to Lake Geneva
+

You have plenty of options when looking for a vacation spot, summer home for rent or a permanent residence in this small Wisconsin town. When you're comparing cost and luxury, rental property directly on the lake are going to come with a higher price tag. Because of the varied taste of affluent settlers, the homes on the lake are all different styles. One building in particular boasts 14,000 square feet of Adirondack-inspired design while you can also drive past a picturesque Italianate mansion. Even if you're not renting the larger-than-life homes, there's plenty to take in when it comes to taking in the historic sites. In fact, Lake Geneva was even the home of the first drive-through hotel, Lake Geneva Hotel, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911.

Neighborhoods

The architectural experimentation of the time has truly led to a community like none other.

City Center: A more recent development, South Shore Club, brings contemporary luxury to Lake Geneva. Check this part of town out if you really wanna live it up!

Como: However, if you're more of a rustic fan, Woodstone Prairie, in the Como neighborhood, is surrounded by nature and prairie grass.

Neighborhoods
+

The architectural experimentation of the time has truly led to a community like none other.

City Center: A more recent development, South Shore Club, brings contemporary luxury to Lake Geneva. Check this part of town out if you really wanna live it up!

Como: However, if you're more of a rustic fan, Woodstone Prairie, in the Como neighborhood, is surrounded by nature and prairie grass.

Living in Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is far enough south that you're not going to be hit with Wisconsin's arctic blast every year; although, you can surely expect to see snow. The small town is also close enough to cities such as Milwaukee and Chicago -- just 70 miles away -- that you've never far away from theater, music, or upscale restaurants. Of course, this was part of the appeal of the area for Lake Geneva's first wealthy residents. A car is a must if you want to make a day trip to either of those locations or Lake Michigan, which is short drive to the east, and you won't find much in the way of public transportation here. Of course, you can stay right in town and enjoy fishing, boating, and other activities on the lake. The town hosts several annual festivals and events, including the Lake Geneva Wine Festival, a boat show every spring and Oktoberfest, the yearly celebration of German heritage that is so strong in Wisconsin.

Living in Lake Geneva
+

Lake Geneva is far enough south that you're not going to be hit with Wisconsin's arctic blast every year; although, you can surely expect to see snow. The small town is also close enough to cities such as Milwaukee and Chicago -- just 70 miles away -- that you've never far away from theater, music, or upscale restaurants. Of course, this was part of the appeal of the area for Lake Geneva's first wealthy residents. A car is a must if you want to make a day trip to either of those locations or Lake Michigan, which is short drive to the east, and you won't find much in the way of public transportation here. Of course, you can stay right in town and enjoy fishing, boating, and other activities on the lake. The town hosts several annual festivals and events, including the Lake Geneva Wine Festival, a boat show every spring and Oktoberfest, the yearly celebration of German heritage that is so strong in Wisconsin.