Apartments in Easton MD
Easton City Info
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Popular Easton Apartments
Annapolis, Maryland, 21401
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,299 - $1,965
2 Bedrooms$1,550 - $2,375
Annapolis, Maryland, 21403
1 Bedroom$1,025 - $1,265
2 Bedrooms$1,335 - $1,520
3 Bedrooms$1,550 - $1,685
Cambridge, Maryland, 21613
1 BedroomPlease Call
Annapolis, Maryland, 21403
1 Bedroom$1,325 - $1,935
2 Bedrooms$1,515 - $2,205
3 Bedrooms$1,615 - $2,390
Easton Apartments Info
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Easton apartments are cleverly laid out near city popular destinations and appealing during all four seasons - there are numerous impressive apartments available for rent both west of city center and in many other enticing neighborhoods as well. Curious to learn more about Easton apartments or your apartment hunt in general? Be sure to visit our apartment guide for more detailed tips - we're sure you'll find the perfect apartment rental!
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Live the Dream in an Easton Apartment
Do you dream of living in a picturesque, peaceful place outside of the city? You’ll find just what you’re looking for in Easton, Maryland. This small Talbot County town gives renters a taste of the simple life plus a dash of excitement and two cups of fun. Rent an apartment in Easton and take advantage of the town’s self-described, "Rural yet sophisticated environment."
What about Easton Rental Rates?
Whether you’re looking for a cozy one bedroom apartment across the street from Mason’s gourmet restaurant or a spacious three bedroom pad that you can share with some of your closest friends, we’re here to help you track down the apartment that will be the perfect fit. Just how much can you expect to pay for an apartment in Easton? Take a look at the rent table to find out. It has all the latest averages on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Then, start looking for an apartment in Easton by checking out some of the rentals listed below. And be sure to tune in to WINX-FM for the best in country music!
Historic and Happy
Did you know that famous abolitionist, writer, and orator, Frederick Douglass, once resided in Easton, Maryland? Should you rent one of Easton’s apartments, you’ll be living in a great town with a history of upstanding citizenry. With its excellent educational system, tight-knit community, and small town pride, Easton is certainly the type of town to inspire greatness. Founded in 1710, Easton is the county seat of Talbot County. E-Town, as it’s affectionately called, has a population of only 15,000 people. You’re sure to know your local authors, teachers, and nearly everyone else if you rent an apartment here. And why shouldn’t you? The people here are in good spirits—they know they live in a great small town that has a lot to offer. Rent an apartment in Easton and become another one of its happy citizens. Pack your bags and a copy of Life and Times of Frederick Douglass and get here as soon as you can.
Shop and Eat in Easton
If you don’t own a copy of Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, you might able to find one at Harrison Street Books. Easton is home to numerous small businesses that are here to keep you fed, fashionable, and having fun. Being a rural town, Easton has its fair share of greasy spoons, but it also has a number of fine dining establishments. Visit Scossa Restaurant & Lounge for Northern Italian cuisine or head over to Out of the Fire for an oyster pot pie. Once you’re all filled up, why not go for a shopping extravaganza? Do you treat your cat like a queen? Visit Jake's Pet Boutique and pick her up a toy or treat. Need some furniture for your new apartment? Take a peek into Peddlers Cottage. Need some new duds? Stop by Lizzy Dee Fashions or Berrier Ltd. Make over your apartment walls while you’re at it and stop by one of Easton’s numerous galleries, such as Chesapeake Bay Heritage Gallery and Church Alley Gallery. With so many great businesses within reach, you’ll be a happy customer indeed. Whether or not you max out your credit card is your responsibility.
Show off your new clothes and rave about the oyster pie you just ate at one of Easton’s fun community events. If you’ve just migrated to Maryland, why not attend the Waterfowl Festival? This famous November festival draws 17,000 visitors a years and features the country’s best wildlife artists, music, activities, contests, and much more. You don’t have to wait until fall to enjoy Easton, however. First Weekend Easton – LIVE! (whoa!) events feature music, restaurant deals, art shows, and more. Come mingle with your new neighbors and support local talent. Speaking of artistic talent, be sure not to miss the Plein Air Competition & Arts Festival. Watch in awe as world-famous artists take on Easton’s beautiful landscape. Rent one of Easton’s great apartments and you’ll never run out of things to do. Leave the migrating to the waterfowl and stay a spell!
Average Apartment Rent in Easton, Maryland
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Easton Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Easton have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In August the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Easton apartment cost $947. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Easton rentals listed below.
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I've got dogs. What are the best places in Easton for being outdoors with pets?
Easton isn't home to any off-leash dog parks. There are, however, various parks in the area where you can bring your pets as long as you keep them on leash. These include Tots Park and Idlewild Park, both of which fall within the city limits. With over 124 acres, Seth Demonstration State Forest is the largest green space in town. Other big parks include Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area to the north, Tuckahoe State Park to the northeast, and Idylwild State Wildlife Management Area to the southeast.
How much are utilities in Easton?
Since Easton's climate varies month by month, utilities will change accordingly. Naturally, heating will drive the gas bill up in the winter, just as the use of air conditioning will raise the electric bill in the summer months. On average, however, gas and electric should not exceed $280 per month for a family of five. The water bill should amount to about $30 a month.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Easton?
Job opportunities in Easton are neither predominantly blue-collar nor white-collar in nature. The prevailing industry is healthcare, which employs 17% of Easton's workforce. After healthcare come retail, which employs 12%, and manufacturing, which employs 11%. Other major industries in Easton include accommodation (9%), education (8%), construction (7%), professional, scientific, and technical services (6%), public service (5%), finance (4%), administration (3%), transportation (2%), information technology (2%), wholesale (2%), and real estate (2%).