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561 Apartments for rent in New Berlin, WI

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4 Units Available
Carriage Way Apartments
1405 S Coachlight Dr
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$985
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
995 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Carriage Way Apartments is nestled in the peaceful suburbs of New Berlin, Wisconsin, in a relaxing, serene park-like setting with all of the conveniences of city life. Locally owned and managed with pride by Bell Property Management, Inc.
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18 Units Available
Stonegate
13301 W National Ave
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,250
919 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,425
1309 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Smoke Free Community At StoneGate you decide how you want to live your life. We have multiple style apartments some with lofts, fireplaces, garages and cathedral ceilings. You decide what works for you.
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14 Units Available
Fountain Square
3115 S Fountain Square Blvd
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,170
891 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,190
1071 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Smoke Free Apartments The perfect escape from the stress of the day! Enjoy coming home in one of our large and roomy floor plans. Our different floorplan styles are geared to fit what you need and what you don't need. It's your choice.
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5 Units Available
Parkland Green
15000 W Cleveland Ave
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$970
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,125
1267 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Parkland Green is located in the great suburban area of New Berlin. Featuring the natural open beauty from adjacent parkway, and the convenience of shopping, restaurants, entertainment and just minutes to expressway access.
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5 Units Available
The Highlands
12445 Mac Alister Way
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,200
941 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,530
1362 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Smoke Free Apartments The City Beckons But The Suburbs Call You Home Our exceptional line of apartment communities is located in New Berlin. The Highlands has created a sense of luxury and style both inside and out.
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7 Units Available
Pinewood Creek
3150 S Pinewood Creek Ct
New Berlin, WI
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,143
1092 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
A sanctuary for serenity in the middle of your busy life, Pinewood Creek offers a stunning 33 acre forest for your backyard. The breeze whispering through the trees as you stretch out on your private patio or deck.
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1 Unit Available
13385 Kenmar Ct
13385 Kenmar Court
Brookfield, WI
5 Bedrooms
$4,250
3616 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Elmbrook Schools- Brookfield Executive Family Home - Property Id: 56943 A Totally updated large 4 bedroom+ office/5th bedroom home meant to entertain or enjoy with family. A Large backyard/additional lot available by owner for use.
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3 Units Available
Glens of Waukesha
2010 South East Avenue
Waukesha, WI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,275
1197 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Apartments in Waukesha For RentWelcome to our apartments for rent at Glens of Waukesha! Come home to a community that redefines the meaning of comfort and convenience.
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2 Units Available
Village Garden
10701 West Grange Avenue
Hales Corners, WI
1 Bedroom
$765
780 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Village Garden in Hales Corners. View photos, descriptions and more!
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1 Unit Available
Ridge Manor
10600 W Grange Court
Hales Corners, WI
1 Bedroom
$795
750 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Ridge Manor Apartments offers well appointed, one bedroom apartments in the best location in Southeast Wisconsin.Very quiet and private surroundings. The apartments are large and include all appliances and window treatments.
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27 Units Available
Brookfield Reserve
405 Bishops Way
Brookfield, WI
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,330
679 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,670
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
THE NEXT 3 TO APPLY BY 12/31 WILL SCORE: 1 MONTH'S FREE RENT & 3 MONTH'S FREE PARKING* WHEN YOU MOVE IN BY 12/31/20! *13 month lease
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17 Units Available
Mayfair Reserve
11011 W North Ave
Wauwatosa, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,109
737 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,603
1136 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Modern apartments with stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, tile baths and other elegant finishes. Close to shopping and recreation. Community features courtyard, clubhouse and pool.
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8 Units Available
Norhardt Crossing Apartments
1930 Norhardt Dr
Brookfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,348
946 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,537
1342 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Upscale living within walking distance of the farmers market and shops. Recently renovated with stainless steel appliances, a fireplace and extra storage. On-site pool, garage area, concierge service and gym.
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4 Units Available
Norhardt Apartment Homes
1995 Norhardt Dr
Brookfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$879
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,120
993 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Community amenities include BBQ grills, pool, gym and on-site laundry. Units feature extra storage, fireplace, patio or balcony, and walk-in closets. Located just steps from Ruby Isle Shopping Center.
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13 Units Available
Mountain Village Apartments
304 W North St
Waukesha, WI
Studio
$825
450 sqft
1 Bedroom
$995
752 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,085
1062 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Great location, just minutes from Bethesda Spring Park and the Fox River. Residents enjoy apartments with balcony or patio, one or two baths, and washer/dryer. Community offers business center, fitness center, and indoor mailboxes.
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21 Units Available
The Meadows
2400 Springdale Rd
Waukesha, WI
1 Bedroom
$945
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,060
1025 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
SMOKE FREE COMMUNITY Capture the privacy and convenience you have been craving at The Meadows. The Meadows is beautifully located in suburban Waukesha and just minutes from the expressway, entertainment, restaurants, and shopping.
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5 Units Available
Willow Creek Apartments
2420 Parklawn Dr
Waukesha, WI
1 Bedroom
$960
785 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Smoke Free Community! Live the way you want to live! You will find it easy to make Willow Creek Apartments your new home. We offer a quiet, peaceful suburban location in central Waukesha, just minutes from it all.
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6 Units Available
Mission Hills Apartments
7755 S Scepter Dr
Franklin, WI
1 Bedroom
$915
760 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,045
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:34 AM
Great location close to standout schools, shopping, and several restaurants, including Cousins Subs. Apartments offer air conditioning, dishwasher, and spacious closets. Community includes beautiful landscaping, business center, and fitness center.
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6 Units Available
Autumn Glen
11200 W Cleveland Ave
West Allis, WI | Root River Estates
1 Bedroom
$983
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,110
1080 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Autumn Glen is a community offering all the solutions to todays busy lifestyle. -Private Entrances -Pet Friendly -Patio/Balcony -Individually Controlled Heating -Central Air Conditioning -Multiple Spacious Closets -24 Hour On-Call Maintenance
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12 Units Available
Briarwick Apartments
9050 W Waterford Sq S
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$1,057
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,127
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Located in a park-like setting, Briarwick Apartments is conveniently located for shopping and dining and is just minutes from freeway access. Enjoy the outdoors with your family or pets on our beautifully landscaped grounds.
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12 Units Available
Piccadilly Apartments
10137 W Coldspring Rd
Greenfield, WI
1 Bedroom
$940
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,073
1009 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Piccadilly Apartments is nestled in a quiet suburban neighborhood. We offer numerous amenities in a fantastic location.
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17 Units Available
Lincoln Crest
2054 S 102nd St
West Allis, WI
1 Bedroom
$921
649 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,017
943 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Do you enjoy an active lifestyle? If so Lincoln Crest is the place to be! Take a swim in one of our two outdoor heated pools, play a game of tennis or shoot some hoops with your friends! Lincoln Crest is located just minutes from several parks where
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12 Units Available
Normandy Village Apartments
2562 N 124th St
Wauwatosa, WI
1 Bedroom
$923
706 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,055
1175 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Take a walk with your dog around the neighborhood and you’ll see why Normandy Village is the perfect blend of location, comfort and style. Peaceful and relaxing, yet minutes from everything you want.
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9 Units Available
French Quarter Apartments
9707 W National Ave
West Allis, WI | President Heights
1 Bedroom
$814
635 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,055
935 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
French Quarter Apartments is a well established community offering Comfort and Harmony for all its residents.
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City Guide

New Berlin
Much better than old Berlin and warmer to boot. In actuality, New Berlin is not named as a new world version of Germany’s capital city. It was actually named after New Berlin, NY, which oddly enough was actually named after the town of Berlin in Connecticut. So actually this city near the Great Lakes has nothing to do with the old world whatsoever, except for Gasthaus, which offers some of the best German food in Wisconsin.
Much better than old Berlin and warmer to boot. In actuality, New Berlin is not named as a new world version of Germany’s capital city. It was actually named after New Berlin, NY, which oddly enough was actually named after the town of Berlin in Connecticut. So actually this city near the Great Lakes has nothing to do with the old world whatsoever, except for Gasthaus, which offers some of the best German food in Wisconsin.

New Berlin is a sleepy area southwest of Milwaukee, near the Milwaukee Bay. Contrary to what movies and television would have you believe, it doesn’t snow every day in Wisconsin. Not every day. In fact, summers here can get quite warm. Residents like to get outside, which is apparent by the 850 acres of parkland reserved within the city. When not relaxing in Greenfield Park or teeing off at Deer Haven Golf Club, the Milwaukee Bay is only a short drive away for swimming, water skiing, fishing and any number of other water sports.

Moving to New Berlin

So, no snow banks... in summer. Let’s assume you’re moving in the summer time (which is a really good idea for a number of reasons). You’re going to need to pick a neighborhood. Good news -- there aren’t many. New Berlin (put the stress on the first syllable, by the way) is only about six miles square. At that, it is almost a perfect square. The whole area can be divided into a handful of distinct sections.

Moving to New Berlin
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So, no snow banks... in summer. Let’s assume you’re moving in the summer time (which is a really good idea for a number of reasons). You’re going to need to pick a neighborhood. Good news -- there aren’t many. New Berlin (put the stress on the first syllable, by the way) is only about six miles square. At that, it is almost a perfect square. The whole area can be divided into a handful of distinct sections.

Neighborhoods in New Berlin

City Center: This is the area immediately surrounding National Ave. This is the four block area where National and Moorland cross. This is the commercial center with Moorland shopping center and several strips. To the south, Regal Manors houses a number of single family homes and rental properties.

East: Everything east of City Center. Weatherwood is the largest community in this neighborhood. The colors are stunning in the fall due to the large number of tree-lined streets. This is where you will find trick-or-treaters on Halloween, and children riding toboggans in December.

Northeast: Mostly industrial. Not a lot of rentals here, just parking lots and factories.

West: There’s not a lot but open pastures to the west. There’s plenty of land for everyone, with only a half of a dozen houses per street. There’s also plenty of room for golf.

Neighborhoods in New Berlin
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City Center: This is the area immediately surrounding National Ave. This is the four block area where National and Moorland cross. This is the commercial center with Moorland shopping center and several strips. To the south, Regal Manors houses a number of single family homes and rental properties.

East: Everything east of City Center. Weatherwood is the largest community in this neighborhood. The colors are stunning in the fall due to the large number of tree-lined streets. This is where you will find trick-or-treaters on Halloween, and children riding toboggans in December.

Northeast: Mostly industrial. Not a lot of rentals here, just parking lots and factories.

West: There’s not a lot but open pastures to the west. There’s plenty of land for everyone, with only a half of a dozen houses per street. There’s also plenty of room for golf.

Living in New Berlin

Most of the residents here migrated from Milwaukee during the 70s. Due to the two cities being neighbors, it is not unusual for Berlinites to make their money in the city and bring it home to the burbs. You will need a car here. Chances are you’re going to be doing a fair bit of traveling during your average week. Also, you may want to look into a midsize to heavier vehicle, or at the very least a good set of snow tires. It only snows about four to five months a year but you will be hard pressed to get around during those times without proper equipment. That being said, there are some things to check before you move in. When looking at places for rent, especially studios and one bedroom apartments, check into the heating situation. Even if heat is included, which is a huge bonus, given utility bills during colder months, a lot of times the heating system just doesn't cover it. Additions like a fireplace or indoor hallways, which conserve heat inside the building, are not to be overlooked. Vacancy rates may be highest in the winter months, but for comfort and assurance that there aren't any overlooked drafts, visiting during the fall to make your decisions may not be the worst decision either. This would also be a good time to pick up a snazzy new parka: you will be using it a lot.

People here are friendly. This region is notorious for its polite nature and welcoming demeanor. The city is small by comparison to most, which lends itself easily to a sense of community. Residential areas are limited so it is likely you are going to know a few of your neighbors, and rest assured they will know you. Familiarity is just one of those small-town charms people grow attached to over time. The good news is that although the weather can be harsh at times, and the suburbs can take some getting used to for more city-oriented people, the scenery is priceless and the perks are plenty. This city has been voted one of the best undiscovered towns in the country and it doesn't take long to understand why. It is quiet, peaceful and everything you could want from metropolitan living is literally a five-minute drive away. It’s hard to find a more pleasant place to live.                                                                                 

Living in New Berlin
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Most of the residents here migrated from Milwaukee during the 70s. Due to the two cities being neighbors, it is not unusual for Berlinites to make their money in the city and bring it home to the burbs. You will need a car here. Chances are you’re going to be doing a fair bit of traveling during your average week. Also, you may want to look into a midsize to heavier vehicle, or at the very least a good set of snow tires. It only snows about four to five months a year but you will be hard pressed to get around during those times without proper equipment. That being said, there are some things to check before you move in. When looking at places for rent, especially studios and one bedroom apartments, check into the heating situation. Even if heat is included, which is a huge bonus, given utility bills during colder months, a lot of times the heating system just doesn't cover it. Additions like a fireplace or indoor hallways, which conserve heat inside the building, are not to be overlooked. Vacancy rates may be highest in the winter months, but for comfort and assurance that there aren't any overlooked drafts, visiting during the fall to make your decisions may not be the worst decision either. This would also be a good time to pick up a snazzy new parka: you will be using it a lot.

People here are friendly. This region is notorious for its polite nature and welcoming demeanor. The city is small by comparison to most, which lends itself easily to a sense of community. Residential areas are limited so it is likely you are going to know a few of your neighbors, and rest assured they will know you. Familiarity is just one of those small-town charms people grow attached to over time. The good news is that although the weather can be harsh at times, and the suburbs can take some getting used to for more city-oriented people, the scenery is priceless and the perks are plenty. This city has been voted one of the best undiscovered towns in the country and it doesn't take long to understand why. It is quiet, peaceful and everything you could want from metropolitan living is literally a five-minute drive away. It’s hard to find a more pleasant place to live.                                                                                 

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City Guide

New Berlin
Much better than old Berlin and warmer to boot. In actuality, New Berlin is not named as a new world version of Germany’s capital city. It was actually named after New Berlin, NY, which oddly enough was actually named after the town of Berlin in Connecticut. So actually this city near the Great Lakes has nothing to do with the old world whatsoever, except for Gasthaus, which offers some of the best German food in Wisconsin.
Much better than old Berlin and warmer to boot. In actuality, New Berlin is not named as a new world version of Germany’s capital city. It was actually named after New Berlin, NY, which oddly enough was actually named after the town of Berlin in Connecticut. So actually this city near the Great Lakes has nothing to do with the old world whatsoever, except for Gasthaus, which offers some of the best German food in Wisconsin.

New Berlin is a sleepy area southwest of Milwaukee, near the Milwaukee Bay. Contrary to what movies and television would have you believe, it doesn’t snow every day in Wisconsin. Not every day. In fact, summers here can get quite warm. Residents like to get outside, which is apparent by the 850 acres of parkland reserved within the city. When not relaxing in Greenfield Park or teeing off at Deer Haven Golf Club, the Milwaukee Bay is only a short drive away for swimming, water skiing, fishing and any number of other water sports.

Moving to New Berlin

So, no snow banks... in summer. Let’s assume you’re moving in the summer time (which is a really good idea for a number of reasons). You’re going to need to pick a neighborhood. Good news -- there aren’t many. New Berlin (put the stress on the first syllable, by the way) is only about six miles square. At that, it is almost a perfect square. The whole area can be divided into a handful of distinct sections.

Moving to New Berlin
+

So, no snow banks... in summer. Let’s assume you’re moving in the summer time (which is a really good idea for a number of reasons). You’re going to need to pick a neighborhood. Good news -- there aren’t many. New Berlin (put the stress on the first syllable, by the way) is only about six miles square. At that, it is almost a perfect square. The whole area can be divided into a handful of distinct sections.

Neighborhoods in New Berlin

City Center: This is the area immediately surrounding National Ave. This is the four block area where National and Moorland cross. This is the commercial center with Moorland shopping center and several strips. To the south, Regal Manors houses a number of single family homes and rental properties.

East: Everything east of City Center. Weatherwood is the largest community in this neighborhood. The colors are stunning in the fall due to the large number of tree-lined streets. This is where you will find trick-or-treaters on Halloween, and children riding toboggans in December.

Northeast: Mostly industrial. Not a lot of rentals here, just parking lots and factories.

West: There’s not a lot but open pastures to the west. There’s plenty of land for everyone, with only a half of a dozen houses per street. There’s also plenty of room for golf.

Neighborhoods in New Berlin
+

City Center: This is the area immediately surrounding National Ave. This is the four block area where National and Moorland cross. This is the commercial center with Moorland shopping center and several strips. To the south, Regal Manors houses a number of single family homes and rental properties.

East: Everything east of City Center. Weatherwood is the largest community in this neighborhood. The colors are stunning in the fall due to the large number of tree-lined streets. This is where you will find trick-or-treaters on Halloween, and children riding toboggans in December.

Northeast: Mostly industrial. Not a lot of rentals here, just parking lots and factories.

West: There’s not a lot but open pastures to the west. There’s plenty of land for everyone, with only a half of a dozen houses per street. There’s also plenty of room for golf.

Living in New Berlin

Most of the residents here migrated from Milwaukee during the 70s. Due to the two cities being neighbors, it is not unusual for Berlinites to make their money in the city and bring it home to the burbs. You will need a car here. Chances are you’re going to be doing a fair bit of traveling during your average week. Also, you may want to look into a midsize to heavier vehicle, or at the very least a good set of snow tires. It only snows about four to five months a year but you will be hard pressed to get around during those times without proper equipment. That being said, there are some things to check before you move in. When looking at places for rent, especially studios and one bedroom apartments, check into the heating situation. Even if heat is included, which is a huge bonus, given utility bills during colder months, a lot of times the heating system just doesn't cover it. Additions like a fireplace or indoor hallways, which conserve heat inside the building, are not to be overlooked. Vacancy rates may be highest in the winter months, but for comfort and assurance that there aren't any overlooked drafts, visiting during the fall to make your decisions may not be the worst decision either. This would also be a good time to pick up a snazzy new parka: you will be using it a lot.

People here are friendly. This region is notorious for its polite nature and welcoming demeanor. The city is small by comparison to most, which lends itself easily to a sense of community. Residential areas are limited so it is likely you are going to know a few of your neighbors, and rest assured they will know you. Familiarity is just one of those small-town charms people grow attached to over time. The good news is that although the weather can be harsh at times, and the suburbs can take some getting used to for more city-oriented people, the scenery is priceless and the perks are plenty. This city has been voted one of the best undiscovered towns in the country and it doesn't take long to understand why. It is quiet, peaceful and everything you could want from metropolitan living is literally a five-minute drive away. It’s hard to find a more pleasant place to live.                                                                                 

Living in New Berlin
+

Most of the residents here migrated from Milwaukee during the 70s. Due to the two cities being neighbors, it is not unusual for Berlinites to make their money in the city and bring it home to the burbs. You will need a car here. Chances are you’re going to be doing a fair bit of traveling during your average week. Also, you may want to look into a midsize to heavier vehicle, or at the very least a good set of snow tires. It only snows about four to five months a year but you will be hard pressed to get around during those times without proper equipment. That being said, there are some things to check before you move in. When looking at places for rent, especially studios and one bedroom apartments, check into the heating situation. Even if heat is included, which is a huge bonus, given utility bills during colder months, a lot of times the heating system just doesn't cover it. Additions like a fireplace or indoor hallways, which conserve heat inside the building, are not to be overlooked. Vacancy rates may be highest in the winter months, but for comfort and assurance that there aren't any overlooked drafts, visiting during the fall to make your decisions may not be the worst decision either. This would also be a good time to pick up a snazzy new parka: you will be using it a lot.

People here are friendly. This region is notorious for its polite nature and welcoming demeanor. The city is small by comparison to most, which lends itself easily to a sense of community. Residential areas are limited so it is likely you are going to know a few of your neighbors, and rest assured they will know you. Familiarity is just one of those small-town charms people grow attached to over time. The good news is that although the weather can be harsh at times, and the suburbs can take some getting used to for more city-oriented people, the scenery is priceless and the perks are plenty. This city has been voted one of the best undiscovered towns in the country and it doesn't take long to understand why. It is quiet, peaceful and everything you could want from metropolitan living is literally a five-minute drive away. It’s hard to find a more pleasant place to live.