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44 apartments for rent near Waunakee, WI

Results within 5 miles of Waunakee, WI
339 W. Doty St
Capitol
4 Bed
$2,200
1312 Chandler St.
Greenbush
4 Bed
$2,570
132 E Wilson St Apt 1205
Capitol
1 Bed
$1,799
2021 University Ave
Regent
5 Bed
$3,250
414 S Mills St
Greenbush
5 Bed
$2,495
114 S. Orchard St.
Greenbush
4 Bed
$2,300
1613 Troy Dr #6
East Bluff Homeowners
1 Bed
$645
2738 Hermina St
Madison
2 Bed
$995
517 Woodward Dr
Lerdahl Park
4 Bed
$3,000
116 S. Orchard St.
Greenbush
4 Bed
$2,425
216 Lakewood Blvd
Emerson East
3 Bed
$2,100
Stonewood Village Apartments
302 Parkwood Ln
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$915
8550 Greenway Blvd Apt 204
Pleasant View Golf Course
2 Bed
$1,443
Results within 10 miles of Waunakee, WI
5006 Twin Oaks Dr.
Madison
3 Bed
$1,700
209 Chateau Dr
Cottage Grove
2 Bed
$1,050
1118 Ann St
Madison
2 Bed
$825
5007 Reiner Rd
Madison
3 Bed
$2,200
131 Clarmar Drive
Sun Prairie
Studio
$3,000
2 Northridge Ter Apt D
Kennedy Heights
3 Bed
$1,075
137 E WILSON ST
Capitol
2 Bed
$2,950
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City Guide
Waunakee
Moving to Waunakee

Expect that many landlords don't allow moving between December and February -- and you wouldn't want to move in snow and ice anyway, -- so plan your move accordingly. A copy of your credit report, ID and last two check stubs will greatly expedite the moving process. If you're self-employed, stick a copy of your W2s in your moving folder. Be prepared to bring first month's rent an a security deposit when you sign the lease for home for rent. Most landlords will charge additional security deposits for pets; although, some will also require an additional pet rent every month for Fido or Fluffy.

Waunakee Neighborhoods

Though there are no true distinct neighborhoods in Waunakee, that makes it all the more easy to get around and orient oneself to this one-of-a-kind Midwestern town. Everything happens on Main Street, which runs straight through downtown, and this is where you want to look for apartments for rent in Waunakee if you always want to be within walking distance from someplace to eat or shop. However, many of the village schools are located just a couple blocks south of Main Street between South and Division Streets, so you'll want to avoid this area if you aren't a fan of foot, car and bike traffic when school lets out 5 days per week. Toward the northwest, you have the golf course and nicer homes available on the edge of the course. In the very furthest corner, off of 13, is a development that is as quiet as Waunakee gets. Further south on the western edge is Ripp Park, which features almost 90 acres of beautiful outdoors. The duplexes for rent in that neighborhood are perfect if you want to be close to nature or love jogging and hiking.

Living in Waunakee

Waunakee isn't very large, and you'll easily be able to access every corner of the town by car -- and most corners by foot! In general, rental houses are newer than many of those in the state. You'll need a car to get around, especially in winter and to nearby cities. The closeness to Madison means that you get to enjoy small town living and big city life with just a short commute. As the state's biggest college town, Madison is also hip to trends and generally liberal, but Waunakee might offer just what you're looking for if you don't want to live directly in the city. But you don't have to Waunakee, especially when it comes to great food. Check out Zoe's Pizzeria, Culver's, Cucos and Doughboy's Pizza in the city.

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