Renting in Walnut Creek: What will $1,800 get you?

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Renting in Walnut Creek: What will $1,800 get you?

Renting in Walnut Creek: What will $1,800 get you?

What can you rent in Walnut Creek with a monthly budget of $1,800? Check out the latest listings in this price range that we found via rental site Zumper. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)
  • 1411 Creekside Drive, #29 (Photos courtesy of Zumper)

1411 Creekside Drive, #29

Listed at $1,800 per month, this 660-square-foot condo has one-bedroom, and one-bathroom.

The apartment has a dishwasher, a walk-in closet, carpeted floors and a breakfast bar. Building amenities include assigned parking, a swimming pool and on-site laundry. Pets are not allowed.

Walk Score indicates that this location isn’t very walkable and is fairly bikeable.

Take a look at the complete listing here.

  • 2057 Camel Lane, Walnut reek (Photos courtesy of Zumper)

2057 Camel Lane

Next, there’s this one-bedroom, one-bathroom located at 2057 Camel Lane. It’s listed for $1,795/month for 612 square feet of space.

The apartment has air conditioning, hardwood flooring, a balcony, a dishwasher, a fireplace and granite countertops. Building amenities include on-site laundry, assigned parking, a swimming pool and on-site management.  Cats are allowed.

Per Walk Score ratings, the surrounding area isn’t very walkable and has minimal bike infrastructure.

See the complete listing here.

  • 2033 Camel Lane, Walnut Creek (Photos courtesy of Zumper)

2033 Camel Lane

This 612-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom is also going for $1,795 per month.

The apartment has air conditioning, carpeted flooring, a balcony, a dishwasher, a fireplace and wooden cabinetry. The building offers on-site laundry, assigned parking, outdoor space, a swimming pool and on-site management. Cats are permitted.

Per Walk Score ratings, this location requires a car for most errands and isn’t particularly bikeable.

See the full listing here.


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Published at Wed, 24 Oct 2018 19:00:12 +0000