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Popular North Wales Apartments
North Wales, Pennsylvania, 19454
1 BedroomUp to $925
2 BedroomsUp to $1,375
Lansdale, Pennsylvania, 19446
1 Bedroom$1,055 - $1,475
2 Bedrooms$1,360 - $2,340
Lansdale, Pennsylvania, 19446
1 Bedroom$755 - $1,080
2 Bedrooms$1,220 - $1,580
3 Bedrooms$1,595 - $2,020
Norristown, Pennsylvania, 19401
1 Bedroom$960 - $1,215
2 Bedrooms$1,215 - $1,440
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Far from the Welch Homeland
North Wales, Pennsylvania, is the perfect place for renters who want to live in a small, quiet town that's an easy drive from the busy big city. There are around 3,000 people who live in North Wales and, though new apartment renters who move in will find their neighbors friendly and inviting, this is a town that likes to keep things quiet. When it's time for a little big city excitement, Philadelphia is just a short drive away.
Having it all for Less
Most of the apartment rentals in North Wales are affordable though there are some units (such as those in newer buildings or those with great views) that will set renters back a bit. Newcomers to town should scope out the area thoroughly and be sure to use our apartment finder so you know you’re getting the best deal in town on the place you want. Check out the table above to get an idea of what places are currently renting for in North Wales.
New in Town No More
Renters in North Wales can get connected to their new community through the local library. Far from just a place to borrow books or study for an upcoming history exam, the North Wales Library serves as a meeting place for townspeople and for a variety of clubs and organizations. If you're in town in January, be sure to make it down for the annual gala. At other times of the year, renters can join up with a club to play games or work on arts and crafts with new friends.
Though joining a club is a great way to get to know the couple thousand people who live in town, if you want a wider social circle, you'll want to be sure to check the Montgomery Country calendar. The county's Department of Parks and Heritage Services organizes indoor and outdoor activities for children, adults, and seniors. There are ample nature hikes, cooking classes, sports games, holiday parties, and festivals to keep everyone entertained. Getting connected with other residents with similar interests will ensure that you won't feel like a newcomer to North Wales for long.
History, History, Everywhere!
Montgomery County is one of only a few places in the country that can live up to the claim that there is a historical site within minutes of your apartment. History buffs who move to town should be sure to check in with the Historical Society in order to find the location of nearby historical buildings, museums, and landmarks. In Philadelphia (just a short drive away), renters can also enjoy seeing plenty of historical sites.
There may not be any professional sports teams that make their home in North Wales, but nearby Philadelphia is home to a number of teams, including the aptly named Phillies in the MLB and the Union in the MLS. Sports fans can head into the city to see the game (and then stay for a great dinner and a little entertainment) whenever the mood strikes. For a little fun on the field yourself, sign up to play with one of the many casual teams in Montgomery County. (A great way for newbies to town to meet some new friends.)
Though most of Pennsylvania has been developed into either urban city centers or rural farmlands, there are still a few places renters can go to get away from it all. Renters in North Wales are only a few minutes from Evansburg State Park, a nature park with opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping, and even a golf course (just in case you're afraid of leaving civilization completely behind). The park is so close that renters can pop in for a picnic lunch or plan for a whole week of fun with the family or a few good friends.
Average Apartment Rent in North Wales, Pennsylvania
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North Wales Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in North Wales have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom North Wales apartment cost $884. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the North Wales rentals listed below.
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Will I need a car in North Wales?
Yes, you will most likely need a car in North Wales. In fact, only about 3 percent of North Wales residents uses mass transit to commute to work on a daily basis, while more than 82 percent drives private automobiles. These figures would indicate that the public transportation system in North Wales leaves a lot to be desired, and that's not far from the truth. However, there are some options available, such as the bus routes that SEPTA operates throughout the area. For more information regarding system maps and timetables, consult the SEPTA website.