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28 Apartments for rent in Charleston, WV

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Check out 28 verified apartments for rent in Charleston, WV with rents starting as low as $450. Some apartments for rent in Charleston might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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1 Unit Available
2106 Kanawha Blvd. East, Apt. 311
2106 Kanawha Boulevard East
Charleston, WV | East End
1 Bedroom
$1,000
626 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 01:28 PM
Rent includes • Basic cable-TV • Electric up to $100 per month, water, sewer & trash Features • Security access entry system • in unit washer/dryer • Heated swimming pool (season) • Private parking lot Charleston Premiere Condominium Rental
1 Unit Available
125 Swarthmore Avenue
125 Swarthmore Avenue
Charleston, WV
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
2000 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 01:28 PM
CALL 304-419-1328 to schedule a showing. Please visit our website at www.wvrentals.biz to apply online. Tenant is responsible for paying all utilities, and the $15.00 trash fee is added to the rent.
1 Unit Available
502 Dickinson St.
502 Dickinson Street
Charleston, WV | Downtown Charleston
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$800
850 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:57 PM
Available 12/12/20 Quiet, clean, convenient downtown location... - Property Id: 68196 Quiet, clean, convenient downtown Charleston location.
1 Unit Available
1800 Round Hill Rd 1601
1800 Round Hill Rd
Charleston, WV
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Imperial Towers - Property Id: 411905 Luxury Condo in the heart of Charleston, West Virginia with fabulous views of the State Capitol and the Kanawha River. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
Victorian Arms
1500 Bridge Road
Charleston, WV
2 Bedrooms
$650
1050 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Spacious Two Bedroom in South Hills -Skip Nov Rent - Property Id: 368891 Move in any time in November 2020 and pay no rent until December 1, 2020* City living in a private, neighborhood setting Overlooking downtown Charleston from Bridge
1 Unit Available
818 Orchard Street
818 Orchard Street
Charleston, WV
Studio
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2 Bedrooms
$800
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE5472200)
1 Unit Available
1718 Claire St
1718 Claire Street
Charleston, WV
3 Bedrooms
$800
1400 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
3bdrm 1ba House for Rent $875 Central Heat & Air - 3bdrm 1ba House for Rent $875 Central Heat & Air - Offering 3 bedroom House located in Charleston at prices you are not likely to find elsewhere. Our focus is to offer affordable housing.
1 Unit Available
627 Jean Drive
627 Jean Street
Charleston, WV
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1700 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Mid Entry Home in Charleston - Great mid-entry close to Charleston offers 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, large family room with fireplace and two car garage. Beautiful views of the city. Pet Friendly. Non-Smoking No Cats Allowed (RLNE4725343)
1 Unit Available
205 Libby Lane
205 Libby Lane
Charleston, WV | North Charleston
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1250 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Beautiful Mid Entry Home in a Quiet Neighborhood - Beautiful mid entry home in a quiet neighborhood. Home features multiple updates, stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring completed basement with fireplace, tile showers, and large bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
21 Woodward Court
21 Woodward Court
Charleston, WV
2 Bedrooms
$700
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
21 Woodward Court Available 12/11/20 Two Bedroom One Bath Newly Renovated Charleston Home - Two bedroom one bath newly renovated Charleston home with large front porch.
1 Unit Available
114 Glenwood Avenue
114 Glenwood Avenue
Charleston, WV | West Side
1 Bedroom
$450
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
One Bedroom One Bathroom Apartment in Charleston - One Bedroom one bathroom apartment in Charleston. Apartment has been freshly painted, new carpet, and is close to all amenities. Non smoking unit.
1 Unit Available
1529 Lee Street East Apt. C - 1529 Lee Street East Apt. C
1529 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV | East End
1 Bedroom
$550
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
One Bedroom East End Apartment within walking distance to the Capital - One bedroom one bath East End apartment close to all amenities. Owner pays for heating. Within walking distances to shopping, restaurants, banking and transit.
1 Unit Available
2150 Oakhurst Drive
2150 Oakhurst Dr
Charleston, WV
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Large Three Bedroom Home In Charleston with Many Updates - Large three bedroom home near shopping and restaurants. Located in GW school district. Private location with many updates including new windows, new paint, new flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
1200 Rosalie Dr
1200 Rosalie Drive
Charleston, WV
2 Bedrooms
$850
1008 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 08:26 AM
Updated and convenient to town! 2 bed/1 bath, 2 story home in Charleston.
1 Unit Available
625 Grant Street
625 Grant Street
Charleston, WV | West Side
2 Bedrooms
$550
800 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 08:26 AM
2 Bedroom 1 bath Charleston home with fenced in yard. Home is close to all amenities.
1 Unit Available
1314 Elmwood Drive
1314 Elmwood Avenue
Charleston, WV | Downtown Charleston
2 Bedrooms
$800
900 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 08:26 AM
Move In Ready Townhouse Only Blocks Away From Power Park, Clay Center And CAMC. Open Kitchen, Private Deck
Results within 1 mile of Charleston
1 Unit Available
1318 Johnson Road
1318 Johnson Road
Kanawha County, WV
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
3000 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 01:28 PM
Beautiful spacious home in a quiet South Hills location. Four bedrooms 2 full bathrooms. Large living areas upstairs and downstairs. Updated kitchen with stainless appliances and granite countertops. Laundry room. Large deck area with hot tub.
1 Unit Available
2250 Roxalana Rd 1
2250 Roxalana Road
Dunbar, WV
1 Bedroom
$3,500
7000 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Unit 1 Available 12/01/20 Dunbar, WV 7,000SF - Property Id: 410669 5 bay building with 14' doors. Ideal for truck or equipment repairs. 960 office space. $6.5 per Square foot. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
63 Riverside Dr.
63 Riverside Dr
South Charleston, WV
3 Bedrooms
$800
1245 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Riverfront Three Bedroom Townhome - South Charleston townhome within walking distance to Riverwalk Mall. Home features three bedroom, one and half baths, fully equipped kitchen, patio off of dining area, and nice size living room.
1 Unit Available
695 Forest Cir
695 Forest Circle
South Charleston, WV
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
3200 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 08:26 AM
Amazing 4 Bed, 2 Full & 2 Half bath home with approx. 3200 sq ft, in South Charleston. The main floor offers great kitchen with newer cabinets, granite tops and breakfast area, formal separate dining, living and 1/2 bath.
Results within 5 miles of Charleston
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2 Units Available
Roxalana Hills Apartments
700 Roxalana Hills Dr
Dunbar, WV
1 Bedroom
$839
718 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$869
916 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 12:47 PM
Designed for those who live an active lifestyle, this community is rich in fitness amenities. Units are available furnished or unfurnished, with features such as garbage disposals, central air conditioning, and private patios or balconies.
1 Unit Available
1704 Myers Avenue
1704 Myers Ave
Dunbar, WV
2 Bedrooms
$600
Last updated November 30 at 12:56 PM
Two Bedroom Dunbar Apartment - Two bedroom one bath apartment. Home features wooden flooring through out. Within walking distance from restaurants, banking, transit, and shopping. Garage included. No pets. Application fee $30.
1 Unit Available
48 Wellington Way
48 Washington Street West
Kanawha County, WV
4 Bedrooms
$1,375
2556 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 08:26 AM
Nice, large, 4 bed/2.5 bath 2 story home in Cross Lanes. This home has all the space you need, large living room, family room, kitchen, dining, den, 4 nice size bedrooms,master w/en-suite, fresh paint, new carpet, 2 car garage, nice yard.
Results within 10 miles of Charleston
1 Unit Available
1138 Main Ave., Unit E
1138 Main Avenue
Nitro, WV
2 Bedrooms
$600
784 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 01:28 PM
Spacious 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Townhouse Quite Community Washer/Dryer hookups in unit Central Heat and Air Onsite parking On bus line Pets allowed - 250 pet fee plus an additional 25 per month 25.00 application fee per adult
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Apartment Rentals in Charleston start at $450/month.
How much is rent in Charleston?
Apartment Rentals in Charleston start at $450/month.
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While some Charleston 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 Charleston 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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City Guide

Charleston
Charleston is a pretty laid back and scenic city in the central part of West Virginia. It has tons of museums and lively nightlife, as well as outdoor opportunities like fishing, camping, hiking and water sports. If you’re planning to move to Charleston but you’re not sure where to look, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll give you a breakdown of where to find apartments and what you can expect to get with your hard-earned cash. Let’s get started!
Charleston is a pretty laid back and scenic city in the central part of West Virginia. It has tons of museums and lively nightlife, as well as outdoor opportunities like fishing, camping, hiking and water sports. If you’re planning to move to Charleston but you’re not sure where to look, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll give you a breakdown of where to find apartments and what you can expect to get with your hard-earned cash. Let’s get started!
Life in Charleston

Charleston, WV is less than three hours from Columbus, OH and easy driving distance from Pittsburgh, Louisville and Charlotte, NC. Though the summers are hot and the winters are icy, it doesn’t have the extremes of some cities. That’s right, here you’ll find all four seasons, and we hear spring and autumn are just lovely. The West Virginia University campus here draws a thick college crowd giving the streets and local cafes a decidedly young vibe. Despite this, there are also lots of families, seniors and retirees throughout Charleston, so no matter what demographic you fall under you won’t be alone. Rental prices are pretty average; however, one thing that is unique to Charleston is the large square feet to rent ratio. You’ll get a lot of space for your money in Charleston, so get ready to stretch those legs. The size of outdoor space and backyards is also distinct, with most rental houses offering spacious yards and gardens.

If you are looking for an apartment, what you pay will largely depend on the number of bedrooms. Two-bedroom apartments average about $800. The monthly rent will go up or down depending on the apartment’s size. Many apartment complexes typically include a swimming pool, gym, Internet, cable, washer and dryer, and a basketball court. One thing to note, however, is there aren’t as many apartments for rent as there are houses, so you may want to begin your search early to secure a place you like. Furthermore, a lot of apartments only allow cats or small dogs. If you have a large four-legged friend, make sure you ask about weight and breed restrictions.

In terms of houses for rent, you’ll find a decent number of options, as well. Homes in Charleston tend to be spacious and for about $1,100 you can rent a three-bedroom house with 1600 or 1700 square feet. You will likely get air conditioning, hardwood floors, a patio, storage space, a garage and possibly a basement. If that doesn’t sell you, backyards usually come standard. Four-bedrooms go for about $1,400 to $1,500 and will have similar amenities. Like with apartments, it’s not difficult to find furnished houses for rent. However, they typically require a one to two-year lease. Make sure you’re certain about your living arrangement before you sign that long lease.

No matter where you end up, we’re sure you’ll find a happening pad. Charleston’s a great place to live as a renter — good luck with your housing search and enjoy the move!

Life in Charleston
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Charleston, WV is less than three hours from Columbus, OH and easy driving distance from Pittsburgh, Louisville and Charlotte, NC. Though the summers are hot and the winters are icy, it doesn’t have the extremes of some cities. That’s right, here you’ll find all four seasons, and we hear spring and autumn are just lovely. The West Virginia University campus here draws a thick college crowd giving the streets and local cafes a decidedly young vibe. Despite this, there are also lots of families, seniors and retirees throughout Charleston, so no matter what demographic you fall under you won’t be alone. Rental prices are pretty average; however, one thing that is unique to Charleston is the large square feet to rent ratio. You’ll get a lot of space for your money in Charleston, so get ready to stretch those legs. The size of outdoor space and backyards is also distinct, with most rental houses offering spacious yards and gardens.

If you are looking for an apartment, what you pay will largely depend on the number of bedrooms. Two-bedroom apartments average about $800. The monthly rent will go up or down depending on the apartment’s size. Many apartment complexes typically include a swimming pool, gym, Internet, cable, washer and dryer, and a basketball court. One thing to note, however, is there aren’t as many apartments for rent as there are houses, so you may want to begin your search early to secure a place you like. Furthermore, a lot of apartments only allow cats or small dogs. If you have a large four-legged friend, make sure you ask about weight and breed restrictions.

In terms of houses for rent, you’ll find a decent number of options, as well. Homes in Charleston tend to be spacious and for about $1,100 you can rent a three-bedroom house with 1600 or 1700 square feet. You will likely get air conditioning, hardwood floors, a patio, storage space, a garage and possibly a basement. If that doesn’t sell you, backyards usually come standard. Four-bedrooms go for about $1,400 to $1,500 and will have similar amenities. Like with apartments, it’s not difficult to find furnished houses for rent. However, they typically require a one to two-year lease. Make sure you’re certain about your living arrangement before you sign that long lease.

No matter where you end up, we’re sure you’ll find a happening pad. Charleston’s a great place to live as a renter — good luck with your housing search and enjoy the move!

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City Guide

Charleston
Charleston is a pretty laid back and scenic city in the central part of West Virginia. It has tons of museums and lively nightlife, as well as outdoor opportunities like fishing, camping, hiking and water sports. If you’re planning to move to Charleston but you’re not sure where to look, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll give you a breakdown of where to find apartments and what you can expect to get with your hard-earned cash. Let’s get started!
Charleston is a pretty laid back and scenic city in the central part of West Virginia. It has tons of museums and lively nightlife, as well as outdoor opportunities like fishing, camping, hiking and water sports. If you’re planning to move to Charleston but you’re not sure where to look, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll give you a breakdown of where to find apartments and what you can expect to get with your hard-earned cash. Let’s get started!
Life in Charleston

Charleston, WV is less than three hours from Columbus, OH and easy driving distance from Pittsburgh, Louisville and Charlotte, NC. Though the summers are hot and the winters are icy, it doesn’t have the extremes of some cities. That’s right, here you’ll find all four seasons, and we hear spring and autumn are just lovely. The West Virginia University campus here draws a thick college crowd giving the streets and local cafes a decidedly young vibe. Despite this, there are also lots of families, seniors and retirees throughout Charleston, so no matter what demographic you fall under you won’t be alone. Rental prices are pretty average; however, one thing that is unique to Charleston is the large square feet to rent ratio. You’ll get a lot of space for your money in Charleston, so get ready to stretch those legs. The size of outdoor space and backyards is also distinct, with most rental houses offering spacious yards and gardens.

If you are looking for an apartment, what you pay will largely depend on the number of bedrooms. Two-bedroom apartments average about $800. The monthly rent will go up or down depending on the apartment’s size. Many apartment complexes typically include a swimming pool, gym, Internet, cable, washer and dryer, and a basketball court. One thing to note, however, is there aren’t as many apartments for rent as there are houses, so you may want to begin your search early to secure a place you like. Furthermore, a lot of apartments only allow cats or small dogs. If you have a large four-legged friend, make sure you ask about weight and breed restrictions.

In terms of houses for rent, you’ll find a decent number of options, as well. Homes in Charleston tend to be spacious and for about $1,100 you can rent a three-bedroom house with 1600 or 1700 square feet. You will likely get air conditioning, hardwood floors, a patio, storage space, a garage and possibly a basement. If that doesn’t sell you, backyards usually come standard. Four-bedrooms go for about $1,400 to $1,500 and will have similar amenities. Like with apartments, it’s not difficult to find furnished houses for rent. However, they typically require a one to two-year lease. Make sure you’re certain about your living arrangement before you sign that long lease.

No matter where you end up, we’re sure you’ll find a happening pad. Charleston’s a great place to live as a renter — good luck with your housing search and enjoy the move!

Life in Charleston
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Charleston, WV is less than three hours from Columbus, OH and easy driving distance from Pittsburgh, Louisville and Charlotte, NC. Though the summers are hot and the winters are icy, it doesn’t have the extremes of some cities. That’s right, here you’ll find all four seasons, and we hear spring and autumn are just lovely. The West Virginia University campus here draws a thick college crowd giving the streets and local cafes a decidedly young vibe. Despite this, there are also lots of families, seniors and retirees throughout Charleston, so no matter what demographic you fall under you won’t be alone. Rental prices are pretty average; however, one thing that is unique to Charleston is the large square feet to rent ratio. You’ll get a lot of space for your money in Charleston, so get ready to stretch those legs. The size of outdoor space and backyards is also distinct, with most rental houses offering spacious yards and gardens.

If you are looking for an apartment, what you pay will largely depend on the number of bedrooms. Two-bedroom apartments average about $800. The monthly rent will go up or down depending on the apartment’s size. Many apartment complexes typically include a swimming pool, gym, Internet, cable, washer and dryer, and a basketball court. One thing to note, however, is there aren’t as many apartments for rent as there are houses, so you may want to begin your search early to secure a place you like. Furthermore, a lot of apartments only allow cats or small dogs. If you have a large four-legged friend, make sure you ask about weight and breed restrictions.

In terms of houses for rent, you’ll find a decent number of options, as well. Homes in Charleston tend to be spacious and for about $1,100 you can rent a three-bedroom house with 1600 or 1700 square feet. You will likely get air conditioning, hardwood floors, a patio, storage space, a garage and possibly a basement. If that doesn’t sell you, backyards usually come standard. Four-bedrooms go for about $1,400 to $1,500 and will have similar amenities. Like with apartments, it’s not difficult to find furnished houses for rent. However, they typically require a one to two-year lease. Make sure you’re certain about your living arrangement before you sign that long lease.

No matter where you end up, we’re sure you’ll find a happening pad. Charleston’s a great place to live as a renter — good luck with your housing search and enjoy the move!